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Engineering
Geological Engineering
Darcy s law for fluid flow
Darcy s law for fluid flow
Darcy’s law for fluid flow in porous media relates the seepage velocity v to the hydraulic gradient h through a constant k (hydraulic conductivity). Thus,
v = kh
Is this relationship a physical law, kinematic relation, or material law?
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