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Integrated flow modeling, John R. Franchi

Label
Integrated flow modeling
Title
Integrated flow modeling
Statement of responsibility
John R. Franchi
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Integrated Flow Modeling presents the formulation, development and application of an integrated flow simulator (IFLO). Integrated flow models make it possible to work directly with seismically generated data at any time during the life of the reservoir. An integrated flow model combines a traditional flow model with a petrophysical model. The text discusses properties of porous media within the context of multidisciplinary reservoir modeling, and presents the technical details needed to understand and apply the simulator to realistic problems. Exercises throughout the text direct the reader to software applications using IFLO input data sets and an executable version of IFLO provided with the text. The text-software combination provides the resources needed to convey both theoretical concepts and practical skills to geoscientists and engineers
Member of
Cataloging source
WAU
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Fanchi, John R
Dewey number
553.28
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Language note
English
LC call number
TN870.57
LC item number
.F36 2000eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Developments in petroleum science
Series volume
49
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  • Hydrocarbon reservoirs
  • TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING
  • Hydrocarbon reservoirs
Label
Integrated flow modeling, John R. Franchi
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical reference (pages 273-280) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Extended rock-fluid interactions
  • Fluid properties
  • Fluid displacement
  • Formulation of flow equations
  • Source/sink terms
  • Solution of the extended flow equations
  • IFLO applications Original Research Article
  • Appendices
  • Introduction to IFLO
  • Initialization data
  • Overview
  • Recurrent data
  • Program supplement
  • Reservoir structure
  • Porosity
  • Permeability
  • Critical sample size
  • Petrophysical model
  • Relative permeability
  • Capillary pressure
  • Cover -- Contents -- About the Author -- Preface -- Chapter 1. Overview -- 1.1 Program Overview -- 1.2 Conventional Black Oil Simulator Equations -- 1.3 Extended Black Oil Simulator Equations -- 1.4 Program Operation -- 1.5 Input Data File- ITEMP. DAT -- 1.6 Output Data Files -- Exercises -- Chapter 2. Reservoir Structure -- 2.1 Coordinate Orientation -- 2.2 Traditional Mapping -- 2.3 Computer Generated Maps -- 2.4 Geostatistical Mapping -- 2.5 Bulk Volume and Net Volume -- Exercises -- Chapter 3. Porosity -- 3.1 Porosity Defined -- 3.2 Net Pore Volume and Saturation -- 3.3 Statistics of Porosity Distributions -- 3.4 Characteristic Volume -- Exercises -- Chapter 4. Permeability -- 4.1 Darcy's Law -- 4.2 Permeability -- 4.3 Directional De pendence of Permeability -- 4.4 Permeability Averaging -- Exercises -- Chapter 5. Critical Sample Size -- 5.1 Critical Sample Size for Porosity -- 5.2 Permeability Distributions -- 5.3 Critical Sample Size for Permeability -- 5.4 Measures of Permeability Heterogeneity -- Exercises -- Chapter 6. Petrophysical Model -- 6.1 Compressional and Shear Velocities -- 6.2 Estimates of Moduli -- 6.3 Moduli from Acoustic Velocities -- 6.4 Acoustic Impedance and Reflection Coefficient -- 6.5 Geostatistical Correlations -- Exercises -- Chapter 7. Relative Permeability -- 7.1 Effective Permeability and Relative Permeability -- 7.2 Two-Phase Relative Permeability -- 7.3 Averaging Relative Permeability Data -- 7.4 Two-Phase Relative Permeability Correlations -- 7.5 Three-Phase Relative Permeability Correlations -- Exercises -- Chapter 8. Capillary Pressure -- 8.1 Basic Concepts -- 8.2 Capillary Pressure -- 8.3 Capillary Pressure Measurements -- 8.4 Capillary Pressure Correlation Methods -- Exercises -- Chapter 9. Extended Rock-Fluid Interactions -- 9.1 Miscible Conditions -- 9.2 Solid Precipitation -- 9.3 Water Blocking -- 9.4 Mobility Control -- 9.5 Effective Relative Permeability and Capillary Pressure -- 9.6 Transmissibility -- Exercises -- Chapter 10. Fluid Properties -- 10.1 Fundamental Fluid Property Concepts -- 10.2 Black Oil Model PVT Data -- 10.3 Extrapolating Saturated Curves -- 10.4 Bubble Point Tracking -- 10.5 Extended Fluid Properties Model -- Exercises -- Chapter 11. Fluid Displacement -- 11.1 Mobility -- 11.2 Fractional Flow -- 11.3 Recovery Efficiency -- 11.4 Production Stages -- 11.5 Miscible Displacement Models -- Exercises -- Chapter 12. Formulation of Flow Equations -- 12.1 Conservation of Mass -- 12.2 Flow Equations for Three-Phase Flow -- 12.3 Recasting the Flow Equations -- 12.4 Introduction of the Capillary Pressure Concept -- 12.5 Extended Black Oil Simulator Equations -- Exercises -- Chapter 13. Source/Sink Terms -- 13.1 Productivity Index -- 13.2 Rate Constraint Representation -- 13.3 Pressure Constraint Representation -- 13.4 Well Constra
Control code
190826590
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
1 online resource (xv, 287 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780080534817
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)190826590
Label
Integrated flow modeling, John R. Franchi
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical reference (pages 273-280) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Extended rock-fluid interactions
  • Fluid properties
  • Fluid displacement
  • Formulation of flow equations
  • Source/sink terms
  • Solution of the extended flow equations
  • IFLO applications Original Research Article
  • Appendices
  • Introduction to IFLO
  • Initialization data
  • Overview
  • Recurrent data
  • Program supplement
  • Reservoir structure
  • Porosity
  • Permeability
  • Critical sample size
  • Petrophysical model
  • Relative permeability
  • Capillary pressure
  • Cover -- Contents -- About the Author -- Preface -- Chapter 1. Overview -- 1.1 Program Overview -- 1.2 Conventional Black Oil Simulator Equations -- 1.3 Extended Black Oil Simulator Equations -- 1.4 Program Operation -- 1.5 Input Data File- ITEMP. DAT -- 1.6 Output Data Files -- Exercises -- Chapter 2. Reservoir Structure -- 2.1 Coordinate Orientation -- 2.2 Traditional Mapping -- 2.3 Computer Generated Maps -- 2.4 Geostatistical Mapping -- 2.5 Bulk Volume and Net Volume -- Exercises -- Chapter 3. Porosity -- 3.1 Porosity Defined -- 3.2 Net Pore Volume and Saturation -- 3.3 Statistics of Porosity Distributions -- 3.4 Characteristic Volume -- Exercises -- Chapter 4. Permeability -- 4.1 Darcy's Law -- 4.2 Permeability -- 4.3 Directional De pendence of Permeability -- 4.4 Permeability Averaging -- Exercises -- Chapter 5. Critical Sample Size -- 5.1 Critical Sample Size for Porosity -- 5.2 Permeability Distributions -- 5.3 Critical Sample Size for Permeability -- 5.4 Measures of Permeability Heterogeneity -- Exercises -- Chapter 6. Petrophysical Model -- 6.1 Compressional and Shear Velocities -- 6.2 Estimates of Moduli -- 6.3 Moduli from Acoustic Velocities -- 6.4 Acoustic Impedance and Reflection Coefficient -- 6.5 Geostatistical Correlations -- Exercises -- Chapter 7. Relative Permeability -- 7.1 Effective Permeability and Relative Permeability -- 7.2 Two-Phase Relative Permeability -- 7.3 Averaging Relative Permeability Data -- 7.4 Two-Phase Relative Permeability Correlations -- 7.5 Three-Phase Relative Permeability Correlations -- Exercises -- Chapter 8. Capillary Pressure -- 8.1 Basic Concepts -- 8.2 Capillary Pressure -- 8.3 Capillary Pressure Measurements -- 8.4 Capillary Pressure Correlation Methods -- Exercises -- Chapter 9. Extended Rock-Fluid Interactions -- 9.1 Miscible Conditions -- 9.2 Solid Precipitation -- 9.3 Water Blocking -- 9.4 Mobility Control -- 9.5 Effective Relative Permeability and Capillary Pressure -- 9.6 Transmissibility -- Exercises -- Chapter 10. Fluid Properties -- 10.1 Fundamental Fluid Property Concepts -- 10.2 Black Oil Model PVT Data -- 10.3 Extrapolating Saturated Curves -- 10.4 Bubble Point Tracking -- 10.5 Extended Fluid Properties Model -- Exercises -- Chapter 11. Fluid Displacement -- 11.1 Mobility -- 11.2 Fractional Flow -- 11.3 Recovery Efficiency -- 11.4 Production Stages -- 11.5 Miscible Displacement Models -- Exercises -- Chapter 12. Formulation of Flow Equations -- 12.1 Conservation of Mass -- 12.2 Flow Equations for Three-Phase Flow -- 12.3 Recasting the Flow Equations -- 12.4 Introduction of the Capillary Pressure Concept -- 12.5 Extended Black Oil Simulator Equations -- Exercises -- Chapter 13. Source/Sink Terms -- 13.1 Productivity Index -- 13.2 Rate Constraint Representation -- 13.3 Pressure Constraint Representation -- 13.4 Well Constra
Control code
190826590
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
1 online resource (xv, 287 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780080534817
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)190826590

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