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Darcy's Law applies to non-compressible fluids
passing through a porous medium if the seepage is
sufficiently slow that inertia and Turbulence
are insignificant. It describes a One form: κAΔp Q = - ———— μL - Q - Darcy Velocity, volume per unit time.
- κ - permeability of the medium.
- A - cross-sectional area of the medium.
- Δp - difference in pressure.
- μ - viscosity of the fluid.
- L - length of the medium.
Navier-Stokes Equations (NS Equations) are more general, and Darcy's Law can be derived from them. hydrology,fluid dynamics,field) |