# Difference between revisions of "Multi-phase fluid modulus"

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<math>\frac{1}{\kappa_f (P,T)}= \sum_{i}\frac{S_i}{\kappa_i(P,T)}</math> | <math>\frac{1}{\kappa_f (P,T)}= \sum_{i}\frac{S_i}{\kappa_i(P,T)}</math> | ||

− | Fluid bulk modulus of a pore filling fluid it a harmonic sum of it's components. The bulk modulus of any given fluid is a function of Pressure ''P'' and temperature ''T'' | + | Fluid bulk modulus of a pore filling fluid it a harmonic sum of it's components. The bulk modulus of any given fluid is a function of Pressure ''P'' and temperature ''T''. ''Si'' is the volume fraction of fluid ''i'' in the pore space (saturation), where <math> \sum_{i}S_i=1 </math> |

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## Latest revision as of 12:16, 9 April 2011

Fluid bulk modulus of a pore filling fluid it a harmonic sum of it's components. The bulk modulus of any given fluid is a function of Pressure *P* and temperature *T*. *Si* is the volume fraction of fluid *i* in the pore space (saturation), where