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Measurement of gas dynamic parameters in slit during evaporation of walls
Technical sciences

Authors: Georgy V. BELJAKOV (b. 1936) graduated from the Moscow Engineering Phy- sics Institute in 1959. He is Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Senior Researcher at the “Geomechanics and fluid dynamics” Laboratory of the Institute of Geosphere Dynamics of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He is author of over 50 publications in the field of physics of high speed chemical processes and mechanics of multiphase fluids.
E-mail: m5184@yandex.ru
Aliya A. TAIROVA graduated from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology in 2008. She is Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Senior Researcher at the “Geomechanics and Fluid Dynamics” Laboratory of the Institute of Geosphere Dyna- mics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Associate Professor at the Department of Theo- retical and Experimental Physics of Geosystems of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. She is author of over 30 publications in the field of geomechanics and dyna- mics of fluids.
E-mail: moscouposte@gmail.com
Anatoly N. FILIPPOV (b. 1960) graduated from the M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University in 1982. He is Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor at the Department of Higher Mathematics, Leading Researcher at the Laboratory of Functional Aluminosilicate Materials of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas (National Research University). He is author of over 350 scientific papers in the field of physical-chemical mechanics, colloid chemistry and mathematics.
E-mail: filippov.a@gubkin.ru

Abstract: The results of laboratory measuring of gas-dynamic parameters in the fracture during evaporation of its walls are presented. The fracture of a shale layer was simulated by a slit created in plexiglass. The fracture was blown through by gas flow, its speed was experimentally measured. The values of flow rates, evaporation speed and entrainment of the mass of material from the surface of the slit are recorded. The shall recovery factor is calculated under laboratory conditions

Index UDK: 536.46

Keywords: exothermic reaction, evaporation of slit walls, gas flow, fracturing mo-deling, recovery factor

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