Case Study 2 - Solutions

01 01 1 10 tda iarmodel 100ft sssmodel 100 ft realdata

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Unformatted text preview: 8 0.2816 0.704 1.408 2.816 A plot of the data and model as above expect versus the log if is provided below: Case Study 2 ‐ Part 2 30 25 pD 20 15 10 5 0 0.01 0.1 1 10 tDA IAR Model ‐ 100 ft SSS Model ‐ 100 ft Real Data ‐ 100 ft IAR Model ‐ 100 ft SSS Model ‐ 500 ft Real Data ‐ 500 ft for stabilized flow to be reached in a square From the table in our book for dietz shape factors, the reservoir configuration is 0.1. This confirms to the values seen above, in which it looks as if both reservoirs vere from infinitely acting behavior at a 0.13, close to 0.10. The more general definition of dimensionless size seems to normalize with respect to reservoir area, and thereby makes changes in flow regimes occur at the same value of dimensionless time (generalized). It is also useful for scaling down the values into more manageable numbers. 6...
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