The method of splitting the saturation and heterogeneity is developed as a new fast numerical tool to compute the effective relative permeabilities (e.r.p), including in case of time-dependent, dynamic, permeabilities. Description of dynamic model, explanation of dynamic capillary non-nequilibrium effects, tensor properties of e.r.p., solution of cell problems, calculation of e.r.p. and qualitative analysis are presented.
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- Splitting The Saturation and Heterogeneity for Time Dependent Effective Phase Permeabilities
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