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J Pet Technol 73 (09): 62–63.
Paper Number: SPE-0921-0062-JPT
Published: 01 September 2021
... oil & gas nanoparticle aid oil recovery rock surface silica np Nanoparticles Aid Oil Recovery During Alternating Injection Although the potential of water. The crude oil used in this study was The oil recovery for this study was nanoparticles (NPs) to improve oil a volatile oil (properties...
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J Pet Technol 71 (01): 52–54.
Paper Number: SPE-0119-0052-JPT
Published: 01 January 2019
... that control the wetting of crude oil on the rock surface are likely to be central to a detailed description of the process. Models of wettability change often have been simplistic and not tied to the chemistry that controls wettability, instead driven by a simplistic criterion such as salinity level...
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J Pet Technol 69 (12): 78–80.
Paper Number: SPE-1217-0078-JPT
Published: 01 December 2017
.... The major challenge for water control in carbonate reservoirs is polymer bonding to the rock surface. Most commercial products are designed for sandstone formations, and most polymers will not strongly adsorb to carbonate reservoirs. A new water-shutoff polymer system has been developed for carbonate...
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J Pet Technol 69 (10): 85–86.
Paper Number: SPE-1017-0085-JPT
Published: 01 October 2017
... compatibility dual-wettability network imbibition rock surface imbibition oil recovery Brine complete paper tight rock contact-angle test equilibrium imbibition test droplet pore plug affinity oil-saturated sample dual-wettability pore network spontaneous imbibition Oil Recovery 85JPT...
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J Pet Technol 65 (10): 170–172.
Paper Number: SPE-1013-0170-JPT
Published: 01 October 2013
..., faster, and less expensive than the core scratch tester. The portable hardness-index tester measures and compares the impact and rebound velocities of a small steel ball after its collision with a rock surface to determine rock hardness, which, in turn, reflects the relative strength of the rock. Theory...
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J Pet Technol 41 (08): 797–849.
Paper Number: SPE-15619-PA
Published: 01 August 1989
... cut rock type bit design bit selection interaction cutter drag coefficient cutter force sierra white granite laboratory water jet lateral distance drag force cut depth rock surface nonlnteractlng cut coefficient Use of Single.Cutter Data in the Analysis of PDC Bit Designs: Part 1...
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J Pet Technol 41 (01): 59–66.
Paper Number: SPE-16886-PA
Published: 01 January 1989
... 1989 Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal of Petroleum Technology, January 1989 it dissolves the rock surface and penetrates the rock matrix. In the longitudinal direction, rock dissolved during time dt is pA(1-cj»dx=mR' (1) and the acid consumed in the same time period is RA(1-cj»dt=mA, (2) where R...
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J Pet Technol 38 (10): 1125–1144.
Paper Number: SPE-13932-PA
Published: 01 October 1986
... immiscible fluids. "In a rock/oil/brine system, it is a measure of the preference that the rock has for either the oil or water. When the rock is water-wet, there is a tendency for water to occupy the small pores and to contact the majority of the rock surface. Similarly, in an oil-wet system, the rock...
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J Pet Technol 35 (09): 1725–1734.
Paper Number: SPE-10072-PA
Published: 01 September 1983
... 1983. Society of Petroleum Engineers reservoir characterization permeability pore geometry upstream oil & gas pore type magnification rock surface canada photograph disaggregate artificial intelligence pore cast porosity comparator production test alberta basin sandstone...
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J Pet Technol 15 (09): 1031–1039.
Paper Number: SPE-498-PA
Published: 01 September 1963
..." in such a manner that the fluidis not permitted to flow through them. Temperature: 75 deg F. Rate of loading: essentially static (approximately0.002 in./second). Bit tooth: a sharp wedge-shaped tooth loadednormal to the rock surface. Rock surface: smooth and flat. Drilling fluid: hydraulic oil. In addition...

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