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Constitutive theory for vertically averaged equations describing steam-water flow in porous media



Constitutive theory for vertically averaged equations describing steam-water flow in porous media



Water Resources Research 19(6): 1501-1510



Coleman and Noll method of exploitation of the entropy inequality. The solid phase is assumed to be inert and elastic while each fluid phase is allowed to undergo phase change. The general constitutive forms obtained are ultimately linearized for the slow flow case to obtain equations appropriate for the description of a geothermal reservoir or other slow, two-phase fluid flow through an elastic medium.--Modified journal abstract.

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DOI: 10.1029/wr019i006p01501


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