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Reservoir Streamline Simulations Accounting for Effects of Capillarity and WettabilityNormal access

Authors: R.A. Berenblyum, A.A. Shapiro and E.H. Stenby
Event name: ECMOR IX - 9th European Conference on the Mathematics of Oil Recovery
Session: Discretisation Methods 2
Publication date: 30 August 2004
Organisations: EAGE
Language: English
Info: Extended abstract, PDF ( 669.09Kb )
Price: € 20

Summary:
B024 RESERVOIR STREAMLINE SIMULATION ACCOUNTING FOR EFFECTS OF CAPILLARITY AND WETTABILITY Abstract 1 In this work we present the mathematical grounds and the numerical developments necessary for introduction of the capillary forces and the wettability into a streamline-based simulator. The corresponding simulation tool (the CapSL simulator) has been developed on the basis of the 3DSL0.25 streamline simulator by R.Batycky SUPRI-C group Department of Petroleum Engineering Stanford. Our simulator is capable of predicting the two phase displacement with full account for capillary effects varying between different zones of a heterogeneous reservoir. Introduction In this paper we briefly describe the mathematical grounds


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