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A laboratory model study of waterflood behavior in linear systems

by H. Maguss

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Published by University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alta .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oil field flooding,
  • Electromechanical analogies,
  • Academic Dissertations

  • Edition Notes

    Masters thesis (Petroleum engineering) -- University of Alberta, 1962 -- Includes bibliography

    Statementby H. Maguss
    ContributionsAlberta Research Council
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26631425M
    OCLC/WorldCa65897064

    Conclusions •Flow in these waterflooded fields is controlled by two components; –Waterflood Hydraulic Induced Fractures (not NFR) –Matrix •Examining the early water breakthrough plots and injection pressures and rates indicates the presence of fracture flow at early times –P inj≈ P frac extension •At late times, good reservoir management and shear failure fracture. Initial field studies concerned recovery of waterflood residual oil. Well-to-well field tests have given increased recovery. Low salinity flooding has now progressed to application in new reservoirs at the outset of water injection. (can sometimes be planned in conjunction with treatment of brine by membrane separation to avoid reservoir souring).

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A laboratory model study of waterflood behavior in linear systems by H. Maguss Download PDF EPUB FB2

Table 1 —Model study’s some authors reported nonlinear behavior of Both plots can be applied for the diagnostic analysis of waterflood reservoirs. Model and field case studies show the. Model and field case studies show the benefits of this technique as a production-decline-analysis tool in forecasting the waterflood production decline and the ultimate oil : Zhengming Yang.

@article{osti_, title = {Analytical method to estimate waterflood performance}, author = {Cremonini, A S}, abstractNote = {A method to predict oil production resulting from the injection of immiscible fluids is described.

The method is based on two models: one of them considers the vertical and displacement efficiencies, assuming unit areal efficiency and, therefore, a linear flow. With this model, the degree of stratification can be measured by several parameters based on core-analysis data.

Among these are the Lorenz coefficient and the variation of a log-normal permeability distribution. The behavior of stratified systems is usually predicted by the Stiles, Dykstra-Parsons method or some modification of these. Such studies can shed light on the root cause of the poor waterflood response of a specific producer.

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Front stability can be studied using linear stability analysis. The effect of mobility and gravity on frontal advance can be studied using a flow model of an oil reservoir waterflood.

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Model studies also showed that over the range of imposed injection pressure differences and regional pressure gradients normally encountered in field operations, there was no effect on the recovery efficiency of a five-spot pilot waterflood.

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