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2. Consequently, the pore body and pore-throat diameters are averaged as the mean hydraulic tube diameter. The coordination number and tortuosity are assumed to remain constant during dissolution and precipitation because the pore-throat plugging effect is negligible. The rate of variation of the pore volume is assumed as directly proportional to the instantaneous available pore volume and the participating pore surface, over which scale can be formed because of the affinity of the precipitating substance to the substrate present at the pore surface.
12 shows a data fit to a graphical depiction of Eq. 65). 1, column 4. 3 implies that the area open for flow belongs to a constricted fractal porous medium in contrast to the value of d = 3 for a theoretical nonfractal three-dimensional medium. 13 shows the variation of Γ and β with φ according to Eq. 59). 13 covers the range of 0 ≤ φ ≤ 1. In reality, the range utilized in the analysis is limited by the range of actual data. 2. 0 implied by the Kozeny–Carman equation, that is, Eq. 7). This confirms the claim by Couvreur et al.
The power-law correlation of these data indicates that the pore surface vanishes at zero porosity. 2 Example 2: Dolomite Mowers and Budd (1996) studied the dolomite reservoirs of Little Sand Draw Field, Wyoming, and Bindley Field, Kansas, both of which contain late-stage calcite cements. 5 Correlation of specific grain or pore surface area versus porosity for the data of Haughey and Beveridge (1969) and Mowers and Budd (1996) (Civan, 2002d; © 2002 SPWLA, reproduced by permission of the Society of Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts).
Alternative Fuels Guidebook by Bechtold R.L.