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Determination of the plastic hierarchical inclusion surface located in layered block media using acoustic monitoring dataNormal access

Authors: O.A. Hachay, A.Y. Khachay and O.Y. Khachay
Event name: 16th International Conference on Geoinformatics - Theoretical and Applied Aspects
Session: Mathematical methods and computer technologies in Geophysics and Geology
Publication date: 15 May 2017
DOI: 10.3997/2214-4609.201701843
Organisations: EAGE
Language: English
Info: Extended abstract, PDF ( 592.07Kb )
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Summary:
Analogies of process oil and gas from the process of mineralization, formation of ore deposits, which pronounced its endogenous nature, testify to the important role of endogenous factors in the formation of oil and gas accumulations. There is an urgent need to search not only the generation of hydrocarbons in the system with organic matter, but also in the broader system covering deposits of fossil fuels and ore deposits. The processes of developing oil and gas fields are connected with the movement of multiphase multicomponent media, which are characterized by non-equilibrium and nonlinear rheology. The actual behavior of the reservoir systems is determined by the complexity of moving fluids rheology and morphological structure of the porous medium, as well as the diversity of the processes of interaction between the fluid and the porous medium. This reservoir system, from which to extract the oil, is a complex dynamic hierarchical system. To address the objectives it is necessary to create a new interpretation of the theory of wave fields in the framework of a complicated model: layer-blocks with inclusions of hierarchical type. A new approach to the interpretation of the wave fields for determination of the contours of hierarchical objects surfaces. We developed an iteration process of solving the inverse problem for definition of 2D hierarchical inclusions k-th rank configurations. When interpreting the results of the monitoring it is necessary to use the data of such observation systems that are configured to study the hierarchical structure of the medium.


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