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Lumped-parameter models of hydrocarbon reservoirs

Lumped-parameter models of hydrocarbon reservoirs

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Published by Society for Computer Simulation in La Jolla, Calif. (P.O. Box 2228, La Jolla 92038) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hydrocarbon reservoirs -- Geology -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statementedited by Ellis A. Monash.
    SeriesSimulation series ;, v. 12, no. 1
    ContributionsMonash, Ellis A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN880 .L86 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 111 p. :
    Number of Pages111
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2949432M
    LC Control Number84190174

      Reservoir modeling and characterization 1. Reservoir modeling and characterization Sigve Hamilton Aspelund 2. TThhee oorriiggiinnss ooff ooiill aanndd ggaass aanndd hhooww tthheeyy aarree ffoorrmmeedd Kerogen is the lipid-rich part of organic matter that is insoluble in common organic solvents (lipids are the more waxy parts of animals and . The reservoir is a porous and permeable lithological unit or set of units that holds the hydrocarbon reserves. Analysis of reservoirs at the simplest level requires an assessment of their porosity (to calculate the volume of in situ hydrocarbons) and their permeability (to calculate how easily hydrocarbons will flow out of them).

    ’s to billions of cells in ) in 3D reservoir models (Fig. 1b). This is associated with a significant decrease in the 3D reservoir model cell size from - m in ’s to 5 - 10m in as can be seen in Fig. 1c [14]. These 3D reservoir models have allowed better capture of geological Size: 3MB. Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the look at the thermodynamics of hydrocarbon reservoirs This brilliant, original work offers novel formulations of thermodynamic principles for hydrocarbon reservoirs.5/5(2).

    programming to develop a tool to predict the performance of hydrocarbon reservoirs in various operations strategies. Therefore, modeling systems or oil reservoirs have a great importance on the development and implementation of mathematical and stochastic models for the characterization of petroleum Size: KB. This is demonstrated with a synthetic vertical 1D model. The method was implemented in a commercial reservoir simulator to support modeling work for a giant undeveloped carbonate reservoir, where available data suggest that more than 3/4 of the initial oil in place could be located between the current FWL and a dome-shaped : Leonardo Patacchini, Farzeen Mohmed, Arthur P. C. Lavenu, Djamel Ouzzane, Richard Hinkley, Steven Cr.


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LUMPED-PARAMETER MODELS FOR LOW-TEMPERATURE GEOTHERMAL RESERVOIRS The geothermal system is considered mainly of three parts: (1) the reservoir, (2) the aquifer, and (3) the recharge source. In this study, the first two are treated as homogeneous tanks with average properties. The rechargeCited by: 1.

Tank models (also known as “lumped parameter” models) may be used to describe the dynamical response of a geothermal reservoir. In this paper, a generalized combined lumped-parameter model consisting of both two-phase and superheated geothermal fluid is : Zhen Qin, Zhen Qin, Ágúst Valfells, María Sigríður Guðjónsdóttir.

The Role of Lumped Parameter Modelling of Reservoir Pressure in the Resource Management of 6 Low-Temperature Geothermal Systems Utilized by the District Heating Network of Nordurorka in Central N. Lumped parameter models. In spite of contradictions expressed by some authors (e.g., Konikow and Bredehoeft ), the difference between validation and confirmati.

on is rather verbal, and mainly depends on equation usually yields proper solute velocities (i.e., can be validated in that. residence time of water, mean transit time, hydraulic age. Reliability of Lumped Parameter Modeling of Pressure Changes in Geothermal Reservoirs Gudni Axelsson1), Grímur Björnsson1) and Julio E.

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On the basis of the conventional model, some multiple-diode lumped-parameter equivalent circuit models [17][18][19][20][21] are proposed to reproduce the S-shaped I-V characteristics of OSCs. Petroleum Engineering Handbook Larry W.

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