By B. C. Craft
Данное издание посвящено проблемам разработки месторождений нефти.
The first bankruptcy features a evaluate of fluid and rock homes. a number of new correlations are offered during this bankruptcy that may support these doing machine modeling. bankruptcy 2 features a improvement of the final fabric stability equation. the subsequent 4 chapters current details at the diversified reservoir forms which the unique textual content taken care of within the first 4 chap¬ters. New fabric has been additional in different locations all through those 4 chapters. bankruptcy 7 offers a dialogue of 1 part fluid move. The radial diffusivity equation is derived and strain brief research is brought. bankruptcy eight includes new fabric on water inflow. either edgewater and backside- water drives are mentioned. bankruptcy nine is an replace of the unique bankruptcy 7 but in addition includes a few new fabric on waterflooding and improved oil restoration suggestions. bankruptcy 10 is a brand new bankruptcy 011 background matching. it is a inspiration to which every reservoir engineer must have a few publicity. The strategy taken within the bankruptcy is to supply an instance of a heritage fit by means of combining the Schilthuis fabric stability equation with a fluid movement equation.
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30) will be - satisfied f o r all s E [Sm, Swelge 1 with Swelge + when the mobility + + ratio vanishes (for q'v 2 0 ) or tends to infinity (for Summarizing the case where the entropy sM *; 5 0). 29) is satisfied, we see that the Muskat free boundary model can be used when a less mobile fluid displacements"), is with displacing the heavier a more fluid mobile one ("low mobilitx remaining always beneath the 1ighter one. At present, no mathematical results are available concerning the existence or uniqueness of the solution of the Muskat free boundary problem IV.
Fluid 1 ___) ___3 . ' . .. . '. . , , . . ' . I , . L . , . . . . , . . ' . . . . , , . , ' . ;fluid 2 . .. . . , . _' . ' -. , , (2. . L. * ' . . , ,'. '. , .. . . ,. ' . ,. , . . .. ' , , . : . . . _ , .. . . _, . . . . . : . . . , . . L , I , ' rk . 1 \ r* boundary, Ch. 3) = u = l -d(u) grad P onre on r q . v = o on rp. 4) , = Ps < Pe + where the following additional simplifying assumptions have been made in order to retain only the essential features of the equations * * .
6) which, together with Muskat's generalization of Darcy's law kr . ( S ,x)B . (P . ) i. ggradZ (X)] = J P. 7) : + 1 (S = S,) yield the sought system of equations. , J which may vanish for extreme values of the saturation (see figure 7 ) , the Ch. 13) may be identically satisfied at places where - S2 = 1-SM. Hence the actual number of S1 Sm or at places where equations is not a prioril known. 10) of the miscible case, but which looks actually quite different because of the presence of the two pressure unknowns P1 and P2 instead of the single unknown P of the miscible case.
Applied petroleum reservoir engineering by B. C. Craft