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The use of macroscopic percolation theory to construct large-scale capillary pressure curves

, : The use of macroscopic percolation theory to construct large-scale capillary pressure curves. Water Resources Research 28(9): 2425-2436

This paper introduces a macroscopic invasion percolation process suitable for simulating the displacement of one immiscible fluid by another through porous media under conditions of capillary-dominated flow.

Accession: 002530424

DOI: 10.1029/92wr01176

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