Porous Medium Dispersion and Related Phenomenon [sic] in a Potentrometric Streamtube Model

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University of Wyoming, 1983 - Oil reservoir engineering - 1004 pages
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This comprehensive simulation treatise included all known transport phenomenon of the day, to include radioactive degradation, integrated dispersion-diffusion and complex non-steady state multi-component/phase fluid propagation. The work culminated in a large bound volume comprising over 1000 pages and can be viewed and referred to not-for profit as a cloud coutesy/google doc here.
This all inclusive work was opportunely defended and satisfied requirements of successfully completed graduate program. This prodigious volume should qualify for some Guinness Book world record shearly based on magnitude, coherence and completion but very possibly might qualify with extreme gratitude for having literally sacked without warning, the entire university main frame computer system, most number of times we proclaim with sacred reverence.
This three dimensional graphic implementation/computation model predicted that chemical tracers were absorbed in the in-situ rock and therefore never surfaced in the Keone Lease of Kansas model study and preempted industry technology and 3-d graphical representaion by some tens of years. If you have technical savvy or leisurely reading interest and wish to indulge in a venture from which you may never complete, please submerge here at your own risk contact us via google groups or google+ for a personal barbell hard copy.
 

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