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Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 53 (06): 355–363.
Paper Number: SPE-173181-PA
Published: 12 November 2014
... against experiments. A boundary-fitted coordinate system is used to discretize the flow equations and generate the mesh network. Fluid-flow equations were solved adopting an iterative method. The results of simulation include the effects of fluid rheology, flow rate, annulus dimensions, and eccentricity...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 52 (06): 433–440.
Paper Number: SPE-168223-PA
Published: 24 November 2013
... exponential model, is theassumption that BHP conditions remain constant throughout the declining life ofthe well. However, the most realistic well-specification scenario is that inwhich both BHP and flow rate decline in time (i.e., avariable-pressure-drawdown/-rate condition. In this study, we explore and...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 51 (06): 493–498.
Paper Number: SPE-158385-PA
Published: 19 July 2012
...Guohua Luan; Shunli He Summary The critical gas velocity and flow rate for unloading liquids from a gas well has been the subject of much interest, especially in old gas-producing fields with declining reservoir pressures. For low-pressure gas wells, Turner's model (also called Coleman's model) is...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 51 (05): 403–410.
Paper Number: SPE-157950-PA
Published: 17 July 2012
... rate increases at higher flow rates. Furthermore, the model predicts external deformations of the sample, which are in close agreement with the experimental observations. 29 3 2011 17 12 2011 22 9 2011 17 7 2012 5 9 2012 2012. Society of Petroleum Engineers...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 51 (03): 215–222.
Paper Number: SPE-157852-PA
Published: 24 April 2012
... & Gas Ramey Szpunar interpretation straight line atm skin effect skin factor type-curve-fitting method type curve Drillstem Testing relation flow rate bottomhole pressure permeability impairment wellbore zone drillstem/well testing Thickness flow-period data dst flow-period data...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 51 (01): 60–65.
Paper Number: SPE-136665-PA
Published: 09 January 2012
... the size of dispersed bubbles being comparable to the pore sizes. This study investigates this issue by measuring the foamy-oil viscosity under varied conditions. The effect of several parameters, such as flow rate, gas volume fraction, and type of viscometer employed, on foamy-oil viscosity was...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 49 (12): 57–64.
Paper Number: SPE-141518-PA
Published: 01 December 2010
... non-Newtonian fluid, including the effect of pipe rotation. Extensive experimental work has been conducted on METU-PETE Flow Loop for numerous non-Newtonian drilling fluids, including KCl-polymer muds and PAC systems for different flow rates and pipe rotation speeds, and frictional pressure losses are...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 49 (10): 45–52.
Paper Number: SPE-141651-PA
Published: 01 October 2010
... (ROP) from PDM outputs for any PDC bit design. More specifically, optimization is done for a hole section and optimum values of weight on bit (WOB) and surface RPM are obtained for the section. For given flow rates, estimated values of optimum WOB and surface RPM are used to calculate the corresponding...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 49 (10): 65–74.
Paper Number: SPE-141305-PA
Published: 01 October 2010
... & Gas gridblock scaling method reservoir simulation orientation flow rate flow simulation flow in porous media Fluid Dynamics objective function permeability model flow equation pressure difference tensor coarse block equation diagonal unstructured grid permeability optimization...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 49 (10): 15–24.
Paper Number: SPE-141517-PA
Published: 01 October 2010
... should be considered is hole cleaning. Hole cleaning is a challenging task even for a single-phase drilling fluid. Moreover, there is still a lack of information about how the cuttings are transported when gas-liquid mixtures are used as drilling fluids. Flow-rate optimization during UBD operations for...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 49 (08): 69–82.
Paper Number: SPE-113267-PA
Published: 04 August 2010
... each method. In recent years, cleaning sand using the wiper trip method has become the preferred technique. However, an appropriate pump rate and reservoir pressure are needed to maintain a proper return flow rate to carry the sands to the surface. For pressure-depleted reservoirs completed with...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 49 (07): 60–66.
Paper Number: SPE-139431-PA
Published: 01 July 2010
... 3 /s) were shown to be safe, even for the highest viscosity injection fluid tested, viz 30 cp (0.03 Pa-s). Viscosities greater than 20 cp (0.02 Pa-s) cause the injection fluid to break into adjacent sands if flow rates are above 2000 B/D (0.0037 m 3 /s). As expected, the higher the viscosity and...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 49 (04): 21–26.
Paper Number: SPE-136689-PA
Published: 01 April 2010
..., were conducted by the Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering Department at Middle East Technical University (METU) in order to determine various inclinations, flow rates and rate of penetrations. The inner pipe is subject to a sagging, therefore more realistic annulus representation is achieved...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 49 (04): 36–43.
Paper Number: SPE-136345-PA
Published: 01 April 2010
... optimization problem dynamic programming cost savings customer Upstream Oil & Gas throughput proceedings pipeline gas pipeline network compression ratio flow rate operation Optimization Method Artificial Intelligence Midstream Oil & Gas discharge pressure optimization annual meeting...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 49 (03): 51–57.
Paper Number: SPE-134248-PA
Published: 01 March 2010
... Dynamics enhanced recovery complex reservoir emulsion flow rate bitumen Upstream Oil & Gas effective viscosity pressure drop injection alkaline flooding Oil Recovery chemical flooding methods flow in porous media concentration sandpack heavy oil recovery Emulsion Quality emulsion flow...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 48 (10): 64–70.
Paper Number: SPE-130066-PA
Published: 01 October 2009
... & Gas tight gas reservoir radial flow fracture drillstem/well testing application constant rate solution reservoir permeability Drillstem Testing initial pressure Canadian Petroleum Technology rate solution equation hydraulic fracturing flow rate flow regime reservoir parameter...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 48 (05): 17–23.
Paper Number: PETSOC-09-05-17-TN
Published: 01 May 2009
... control artificial lift system multiphase pump Well Intervention sand cleanout system ultimate sand production monitoring downhole intervention production enhancement hydraulic jet pump flow rate Upstream Oil & Gas power fluid carrier fluid shape factor nozzle sand cleanout operation...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 48 (02): 47–53.
Paper Number: PETSOC-09-02-47
Published: 01 February 2009
... 2 2009 2009. Petroleum Society of Canada (now Society of Petroleum Engineers) oil sand Upstream Oil & Gas flow rate Butler bitumen bitumen rate viscosity enhanced recovery concentration Gravity Drainage diffusion coefficient mole fraction experimental data dynamic...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 47 (12).
Paper Number: PETSOC-08-12-61
Published: 01 December 2008
... Discharge diameter downhole intensifier remediation of hydrates intensifier milling MPa Production Chemistry Coiled tubing operations Upstream Oil & Gas gas separator flow rate pressure loss pump pressure threshold pressure gas cut differential pressure December 2008, Volume 47, No...
Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 47 (11).
Paper Number: PETSOC-08-11-63
Published: 01 November 2008
... the pore blocking mechanism, experiments were conducted using micro-model cells to visually understand the blocking mechanism. The composition of the fluid is varied, as well as the flow rate at which the fluid is injected. Through this, the pressure at which the microbubbles invade the medium for...
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