Darcy - Brinkman Example
Model ID: 609
This example model characterizes a transition in flow regimes: slow flow in porous media quickens to a perforation in a well casing and ultimately moves into and up the well.
Darcy’s law describes flow velocities at a distance from the well. Closer to the perforation the Brinkman equations apply. Movement of fluid in the well is described by the Navier Stokes equations.
This example starts with a model that couples Darcy’s law with the Brinkman equations and the Navier Stokes equations (in the wellbore) to produce a fully coupled simulation for three different flow laws.
This model was built using the following:Subsurface Flow Module
- darcy_brinkman.mph *
- darcy_brinkman.pdf - 0.34MB
- darcy_brinkman_4.3a.mph *
- darcy_brinkman_ns.mph *
- darcy_brinkman_ns.pdf - 0.41MB
- darcy_brinkman_ns_43a.mph *
- darcy_brinkman_ns_sbs.pdf - 0.6MB
- darcy_brinkman_sbs.pdf - 0.61MB
- transitional_flow_darcy_brinkman_ns.ppt - 1.06MB
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