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didn't really know where to put this thread since it's physics using math, so I'm sorry if it's not in its appropriate place.

My problem is:

I need to compute the mass of oil in a cylindrical core put into a core holder.it's partially filled of oil. I didn't know how to numerically calculate it knowing that the porosity of the core is different of the outside annular's one.

I'd be so thankful if u could help.

PS: it's none of HW, but I need it in a project I'm working on.

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