By M Panfilov, A Dmitrievsky
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35) implies that the tie-lines defined by the co efficients ( A + , B + ) and ( A ^ B _ ) has a common point: C = a, Ci = Afa + Bt, (36) Nonlinear Waves in Physicochemical Hydrodynamics... 43 in the composition space. Thus, a jump between two tie-lines is possible only if these two tie-lines intersect. This important and graphic implication of the mass balance equations has been established by Orr et al - . An important particular case is that of two states, " + " and "-", belonging to different invariant subspaces of the phase space.
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The assignment of the permeability coefficient in this form means that characteristic sizes of "active" pores are identical to those for solid skeleton. In principle, in the zone of Numerical Investigation of Thermal and Shock Waves ... 23 "active" porosity origin, where it is small and can be presented as bubbles or other unbonded or slightly bonded micro-spaces, this dependence must be specified by introducing threshold "active" porosity m'„ below which (0 > mf > TO'J penetrability is zero (kg = 0).
Proceedings of the International Conference Porous Media: Physics, Models, Simulation, Moscow, 19 - 21 November 1997 by M Panfilov, A Dmitrievsky