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Non newtonian fluid in porous tubes of small diameters

, : Non newtonian fluid in porous tubes of small diameters. Journal de Biophysique et de Biomecanique 11(3): 1-98

A theoretical approach is used to modelize two-phase flows of non newtonian fluids in porous tubes of small diameters. An analytical partly numerical solution is obtained using simplifying hypothesis that can be justified by experimental results.


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