Darcian, Transitional, and Turbulent Flow through Porous Media

@inproceedings{Venkataraman1998DarcianTA,
  title={Darcian, Transitional, and Turbulent Flow through Porous Media},
  author={Pushkala Venkataraman and P. Mohan Rao},
  year={1998}
}
  • Pushkala Venkataraman, P. Mohan Rao
  • Published 1998
  • Geology
  • The study of flow through media consisting of large-sized grains is important in a number of civil engineering applications. Employing the square root of permeability as the characteristic length in defining friction factor and Reynolds number, theoretical curves, relating friction factor and Reynolds number—similar to the Moody diagram used in pipe flow to estimate the friction factor—have been developed using the ratio of characteristic length \id and square root of permeability √\ik as the… CONTINUE READING

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