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I am using darcy's equation to model a tumor - tissue medium.

In the literature I found that K - Hydraulic conductivity is given by cm^2/(mmHg.s)

But in comsol it's given by (m/s)

Is there another term involved in this?

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I am using darcy's equation to model a tumor - tissue medium.

In the literature I found that K - Hydraulic conductivity is given by cm^2/(mmHg.s)

But in comsol it's given by (m/s)

Is there another term involved in this?

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydraulic_conductivity

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darcy's_law

http://petrowiki.org/Single_phase_permeability

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