APPLICATION OF POLYNOMIAL BASED DIFFERENTIAL QUADRATURE METHOD IN DOUBLE PHASE (OIL-WATER) FLOW PROBLEM DURING SECONDARY OIL RECOVERY PROCESS

Dr. Amit K Parikh, Jishan K Shaikh, Dr. Absar Lakdawala

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In this present paper, we have studied an imbibition phenomenon in the double phase (oil-water) flow through homogeneous porous media in horizontal direction. This phenomenon occurs for the duration of the secondary oil recovery process. In this paper we used Polynomial based differential quadrature method for solving nonlinear partial differential equation using uniform grid space points with the help of specific initial conditions. Numerical values and graphical presentation are given by using MATLAB.


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