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SPE J. 25 (06): 804–822.
Paper Number: SPE-12950-PA
Published: 01 December 1985
... storage pressure drop boundary condition sandface flow rate phase redistribution drillstem testing approximation coefficient wellbore storage laplace transformation dimensionless sandface flow rate equation artificial intelligence dimensionless time spherical flow drillstem/well testing...
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SPE J. 25 (05): 729–742.
Paper Number: SPE-11599-PA
Published: 01 October 1985
... communication and document the usefulness of these solutions, which enable us to obtain increased physical understanding of the performance of fractured wells in layered reservoirs. The influence of vertical variations in fracture conductivity is also considered. Example applications of the approximations...
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SPE J. 25 (04): 543–553.
Paper Number: SPE-10515-PA
Published: 01 August 1985
... generally is accepted, and the thermodynamic properties of the given system depend only on the pressure. This approximation made it possible to develop the direct sequential IMPES solution technique, taking into account the advantage of black-oil models wherein the number of components is equal...
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SPE J. 25 (03): 437–444.
Paper Number: SPE-12133-PA
Published: 01 June 1985
... or wellbores, it is possible to generate many common type curves. The procedure can be developed in an exact manner, in which case it is equivalent to existing techniques; however, a simple approximation step makes possible the generation of common solutions without recourse to numerical or ornate analytical...
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SPE J. 25 (01): 14–26.
Paper Number: SPE-10509-PA
Published: 01 February 1985
... of the flow domain into computational volume elements is based on. the criterion of approximate thermodynamic equilibrium at all times within each element. The thermodynamic conditions in the rock matrix are assumed to be controlled primarily by the distance from the fractures, which leads to the use...
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SPE J. 24 (06): 628–638.
Paper Number: SPE-10839-PA
Published: 01 December 1984
... ) ] . fractured reservoir line source solution upstream oil & gas pressure response thickness semilog straight line straight line drillstem testing procedure analyze data matrix fracture system observation well matrix system well response early time type curve warren approximation reservoir...
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SPE J. 24 (04): 458–466.
Paper Number: SPE-11273-PA
Published: 01 August 1984
... lsfd steam-assisted gravity drainage sagd fluid dynamics quasisteady-state approximation upstream oil & gas oil recovery saturation distribution steam zone volumetric velocity injection quality thermal method flow in porous media steam saturation distribution steam saturation...
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SPE J. 24 (04): 391–398.
Paper Number: SPE-10501-PA
Published: 01 August 1984
...B. L. Darlow; R. E. Ewing; M. F. Wheeler Effective numerical simulation of many EOR problems requires very accurate approximation of the Darcy velocities of the respective fluids. In this paper we describe a new method for the accurate determination of the Darcy velocity of the total fluid...
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SPE J. 24 (04): 382–390.
Paper Number: SPE-10502-PA
Published: 01 August 1984
...G. Chavent; G. Cohen; J. Jaffre; M. Dupuy; I. Ribera A new method to simulate incompressible diphasic flow in two dimensions (2D) is presented. Its distinctive features include (1) a reformulation of the basic equation using the premise of a global pressure and (2) approximation of convective terms...
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SPE J. 24 (04): 215–223.
Paper Number: SPE-12571-PA
Published: 01 April 1984
... analysis predictor variable regression confidence limit flow in porous media measured data accuracy algorithm accuracy polynomial approximation equation The JBN method 1 and the Jones-Roszelle method, 2 a modified version of the JBN method, are used to calculate relative...
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SPE J. 23 (06): 870–878.
Paper Number: SPE-10849-PA
Published: 01 December 1983
... is considered, with stresses symmetrical about both the pay-zone axis and the wellbore. An elliptical fracture perimeter is assumed. Fluid flows are one-dimensional (ID) Newtonian in the direction of the pay zone. Two models, FL1 and FL2, are developed. In FL1, a discontinuous stress variation is approximated...
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SPE J. 23 (06): 857–869.
Paper Number: SPE-10372-PA
Published: 01 December 1983
... simplifying assumptions and approximations are made. We assume that the interface separates dissimilar but adhering materials that are elastic to first order. We consider only differences in material properties and take stresses to be locally uniform. Approximations are made that reduce the fourth-order...
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SPE J. 23 (03): 544–552.
Paper Number: SPE-11817-PA
Published: 01 June 1983
... of the next timestep, thereby controlling the growth of time-truncation errors. The fully implicit approximation assumes that all well and flow terms can be regarded as constant throughout the duration of each timestep, and in certain problems this approximation can result in appreciable time-truncation...
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SPE J. 23 (01): 184–190.
Paper Number: SPE-11334-PA
Published: 01 February 1983
... → | = ( x − ξ ) 2 + ( y − η ) 2 + ( z − ζ ) 2 , 8 5 1981 21 9 1982 12 3 1982 1 2 1983 1 2 1983 Copyright 1983, Society of Petroleum Engineers lan offshore structure integral equation body surface time step approximation...
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SPE J. 22 (05): 635–646.
Paper Number: SPE-9767-PA
Published: 01 October 1982
...V. Casulli; D. Greenspan Fast, economical, and accurate finite-difference numerical methods are developed for approximating continuum models of both miscible and immiscible fluid flows in porous media. The methods apply to very general systems of equations and boundary configurations. Computer...
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SPE J. 22 (03): 399–408.
Paper Number: SPE-8027-PA
Published: 01 June 1982
... , D i ≡ ∑ j ( Pe i j ) − 1 ∂ C i j ∂ X . Eq. 6 then becomes timestep flux upstream oil & gas approximation concentration velocity algorithm vtu simulation overshoot numerical dispersion flooding flow in porous media...
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SPE J. 21 (06): 687–698.
Paper Number: SPE-9306-PA
Published: 01 December 1981
... 4 1981 1 12 1981 1 12 1981 Copyright 1981, Society of Petroleum Engineers injection production rate composition fussell co 2 upstream oil & gas relative permeability time step iteration approximation equation psia saturation pressure equation execution time...
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SPE J. 21 (03): 354–362.
Paper Number: SPE-9292-PA
Published: 01 June 1981
... for a naturally fractured system. 8 7 1980 2 3 1981 17 12 1980 1 6 1981 1 6 1981 Copyright 1981, Society of Petroleum Engineers drillstem testing two-porosity system approximation permeability fractured reservoir type curve initial decline upstream oil & gas flow...
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SPE J. 21 (03): 345–353.
Paper Number: SPE-8252-PA
Published: 01 June 1981
...James W. Watts This paper describes a way of solving the reservoir simulation pressure equation using preconditioned conjugate gradients. The preconditioning is based on an approximate inverse using a diagonal ordering of the difference equations. The new method has been tested and compared...
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SPE J. 21 (03): 289–295.
Paper Number: SPE-7685-PA
Published: 01 June 1981
... 1979 1 6 1981 1 6 1981 Copyright 1981, Society of Petroleum Engineers where ssip coefficient procedure approximation solution method drillstem testing diagonal residual term nonlinearity tolerance formulation equation drillstem/well testing fracture pwell...

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