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Percolation Theory In Reservoir Engineering

by Peter King and Mohsen Masihi World Scientific Publishing Europe Ltd
Pub Date:
11/2018
ISBN:
9781786345233
Format:
Hbk 384 pages
Price:
AU$239.00 NZ$245.22
Product Status: Out of stock. Not available to order.
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This book aims to develop the ideas from fundamentals of percolation theory to practical reservoir engineering applications. Through a focus on field scale applications of percolation concepts to reservoir engineering problems, it offers an approximation method to determine many important reservoir parameters, such as effective permeability and reservoir connectivity and the physical analysis of some reservoir engineering properties. Starring with the concept of percolation theory, it then develops into methods to simple geological systems like sand-bodies and fractures. The accuracy and efficiency of the percolation concept for these is explained and further extended to more complex realistic models.Percolation Theory in Reservoir Engineering primarily focuses on larger reservoir scale flow and demonstrates methods that can be used to estimate large scale properties and their uncertainty, crucial for major development and investment decisions in hydrocarbon recovery. remove