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Predicting the Effect from Fluid Flow Dynamics on Lacustrine Deposition in Siltyand Gravel Formation at Ahoada Niger Delta of Nigeria( Vol-3,Issue-1,January 2017 )

Author(s):

Eleki A. G, Eluozo S. N, Nwaoburu A .O

Keywords:

void ratio fluid flow, velocity Lacustrine and coarse formation.

Abstract:

This study were carried out to monitor the behaviour of fluid dynamics from the deposition of silty and gravel formation found to predominantly deposit in some location of Ahoada Niger delta of Nigeria, the study were to monitor fluid flow dynamics in a heterogeneous stratification in the study area. The behaviour of the fluid flow under these condition were monitored though the deposition of fluid dynamics at the study area, these parameters were observed to influences fluid flow deposition in the formation, the study observed the structural setting of the soil macropoles in such deltaic deposition, the heterogeneity of the macropoles in the geological setting developed heterogeneity flows dynamics, the structural setting of these strata developed such heterogeneous influences expressing flow dynamics in heterogeneous deposition in Ahoada, the model express various formation characteristic conditions in soil, simulation of the model generated different dynamics flow that determine the rate of fluid flow in heterogeneous silty and gravel formation, the study has express the rate of fluid dynamics by expressing the effect from Lacustrine deposition that should definitely determine the heterogeneity yield coefficient from silty and gravel formation, this implies that the deposition of silty and gravel formation in deltaic location should be a penetrating unconfined bed formation, the deltaic effect from fluid dynamics express the rate of influences in every part of the study location, the study has also observed low yield rate deposition in some part of the location . This is an expression from the simulation data that shows the rate of dynamics fluid flow in silty and gravel formation, this deposition should be penetrating unconfined bed in the study area, the study has shows that phreatic bed yields cannot not produce enough quantity for industrial purpose. Experts will use this model to determine the rate of fluid flow dynamics for penetrating unconfined bed.

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