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Practical Reservoir Simulation

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Title: Practical Reservoir Simulation
Author: Mike Carlson
ISBN: 0878148035 / 9780878148035
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 595
Publisher: PennWell
Year: 2003
Availability: In Stock
     
 
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This book uses a descriptive style on how to practically carry out reservoir simulations, written by a seasoned practicing simulation engineer. Mathematical development is kept to a minimum since this is covered in depth in many books and the literature. In particular, the author shows how to link geology and simulation input—the most critical aspect of successful reservoir simulation. The book covers all of the fundamental techniques that are unique to reservoir simulation, such as pseudo relative permeability. The second half of the book describes advanced studies, compositional modelling, hydraulically fractured and horizontal wells, EOR processe and thermal simulation with a heavy emphasis on steam assisted gravity drainage (SAGD).

• Material is presented in an easy to understand manner
• Teaches the critical link between geology and simulation input
• Provides years of experience on how to screen input data in depth
• Starts with the basics and then proceeds to advance simulation
• Shows how to evaluate studies conducted by others

Acknowledgments
Artwork Acknowledgments
A Note on Hand-Drawn Diagrams

Part 1 : Bread and Butter (Black Oil) Simulation
Chapter 1 : Introduction
Chapter 2 : Mathematical Considerations
Chapter 3 : Geology, Petrophysics, and Layering
Chapter 4 : Multidisciplinary Integration and Geostatistics
Chapter 5 : Production Performance Analysis
Chapter 6 : Reservoir Fluid PVT : Data Screening
Chapter 7 : Capillary Pressure and Relative Permeability : Data Screening
Chapter 8 : Pseudo Relative Permeability and Upscaling
Chapter 9 : Initialization
Chapter 10 : Integration and Gridding
Chapter 11 : Basic Data Set Building
Chapter 12 : History Matching
Chapter 13 : Predictions
Chapter 14 : Study Management

Part 2 : Selected Advanced Topics
Chapter 15 : Compositional Modeling : Gas Condensate and Volatile Oil Reservoirs
Chapter 16 : Hydraulically Fractured and Horizontal Wells
Chapter 17 : Advanced Processes
Chapter 18 : Naturally Fractured Reservoirs
Chapter 19 : Thermal Reservoir Simulation
Chapter 20 : Problem Sets

Appendix A
Appendix B
Index

 
 
 
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