Fluid mechanics in soils

  • Cours (CM) 24h
  • Cours intégrés (CI) -
  • Travaux dirigés (TD) 15h
  • Travaux pratiques (TP) 9h
  • Travail étudiant (TE) 12h

Langue de l'enseignement : Anglais

Description du contenu de l'enseignement

0 – Fluid mechanics basics
0.1 – Naviers-Stocke equation
0.2 – Convection / Diffusion and Reynold number
0.3 – Surfactants
1 – Surface tension effect
1.1 – Origin of surface tension
1.2 – Laplace law
1.3 – Surfactants
1.4 – Influence of temperature
2 – Poiseuille flow
3 – Flow in porous media
3.1 – Introduction
3.2 – Physical parameters
3.3 – Darcy flow
3.4 – Simple models of porous media
3.5 – Caracterisation technics
3.6 – Non-miscible flows in porous media
4 – Fundamentals of reservoir fluid flow
4.1 – Description of diffusion
4.2 – Fluid flow equations (un/steady state flows)
4.3 – Constant pressure solution (boundary condition)
4.4 – Constant flow solution (boundary condition)
4.5 – Principle of superposition

Practical works (Darcy flow, pumps, surface tension)

 

Compétences à acquérir

At the end of the course the students will be able to: i) describe or model fluid flow in soil ; ii) analyse a real situation and design an exploitation solution ; iii) set up, measure and analyse experimental data
 

Bibliographie, lectures recommandées

Fundamentals of reservoir engineering, Author: L. P. Dake; Editor: Elsevier Science (1983) / ISBN-13 : 978-0444418302 ; 462 pages
Reservoir engineering handbook, Author: T. Ahmed; Editor: Gulf Professional Publishing (2010) / ISBN-10 : 185617803X / ISBN-13 : 978-1856178037; 1472 pages

Pré-requis obligatoires

Fluid mechanics basics (L2)
 

Contact

Faculté de Physique et Ingénierie

3-5 RUE DE L'UNIVERSITE
67000 STRASBOURG

Formulaire de contact

Responsable

Robin Merine

Intervenants

Orkhan Huseynov

Robin Merine


LICENCE - Sciences de la Terre