Indexed on: 01 May '84Published on: 01 May '84Published in: Fluid Dynamics
Models that describe the permeability of media with allowance for the structure of the pore space are considered. It is proposed to use percolation theory to describe the topology of the pore space. If the distribution of the pore channels in the medium is random, percolation theory makes it possible to determine the percolation threshold, and also to estimate the fluid conductivity of the cluster that then results. Results obtained for models of granular, porous, and cracked media are given.