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Transactions of the AIME 216 (01): 321–323.
Paper Number: SPE-1235-G
Published: 01 December 1959
...John C. Martin Published in Petroleum Transactions, AIME, Volume 216, 1959, pages 321–323. Abstract Simplified equations are developed for the flow of fluids in gas drive reservoirs in which the effects of gravity can be neglected. The results show that the pressure distribution is governed by a...
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Transactions of the AIME 216 (01): 147–155.
Paper Number: SPE-1089-G
Published: 01 December 1959
... Navier-Stokes equation. This paper demonstrates that capillarity does eliminate the triple-valued behavior and indicates the magnitude of capillary and gravity effects on the saturation profile for a variety of systems. 1 12 1959 1 12 1959 1959. Original copyright American Institute of...
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Transactions of the AIME 216 (01): 23–25.
Paper Number: SPE-1092-G
Published: 01 December 1959
..., Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers, Inc. Copyright has expired. intercept GOR gravity PVT measurement correlation reservoir temperature Oil Viscosity dead oil viscosity Upstream Oil & Gas viscosity viscosity data gas-saturated oil smooth curve viscosity correlation saturation...
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Transactions of the AIME 204 (01): 120–127.
Paper Number: SPE-469-G
Published: 01 December 1955
... viscosity and shrinkage with gas solubility and oil gravity. In addition, a considerable number of relative permeability relationships for different types of reservoir rocks has been published. Also, the burden of the numerical work required in the solutions of the differential equation has, during the last...
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Transactions of the AIME 179 (01): 287–302.
Paper Number: SPE-949287-G
Published: 01 December 1949
... Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers, Inc. Copyright has expired. composition VISCOSITY study weight fraction trap gas atmospheric pressure tank oil gas-oil ratio gravity trap gas bitumen average molecular weight trap-liquid sample SAGE viscosity fraction trap gas Upstream...
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Transactions of the AIME 170 (01): 202–224.
Paper Number: SPE-947202-G
Published: 01 December 1947
... liquid laboratory dry gas condensate reservoir drillstem/well testing gas-condensate field composition gravity Upstream Oil & Gas flow rate separation Retrograde Condensation retrograde region interpretation pressure sink condensation Interpretation of Well Test Data in Gas...
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Transactions of the AIME 170 (01): 156–173.
Paper Number: SPE-947156-G
Published: 01 December 1947
... investigation yielded a product of agas-oil ratio in excess of 5000 cu ft per barrel and the gravity of the tankoil for the four fields in question varied between 52' and 63' API. The resultsof the investigation, together with analytical data concerning the compositionof the oil and gas, are submitted in...
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Transactions of the AIME 165 (01): 116–132.
Paper Number: SPE-946116-G
Published: 01 December 1946
... expired. drilling fluid chemistry drilling fluids and materials neoprene stopper core analysis drilling fluid formulation accuracy glass wool calibration drilling fluid selection and formulation Upstream Oil & Gas vacuum distillation crystallization procedure gravity quantity...
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Transactions of the AIME 160 (01): 65–76.
Paper Number: SPE-945065-G
Published: 01 December 1945
...George Granger Enthalpy-entropy diagrams are presented for natural gasses of 0.6, 0.7, 0.8,0.9, and 1.0 gravity over the pressure range of 5 to 10,000 lb. per sq. in. andtemperature range of 32 degrees to 700 degrees Fahrenheit. The charts indicatedirectly the work requirement and temperature rise...
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Transactions of the AIME 160 (01): 140–149.
Paper Number: SPE-945140-G
Published: 01 December 1945
...Donald L. Katz Charts for predicting the pressure to which natural gases may be expandedwithout hydrate formation have been prepared for gases of even gravity.Pressure-temperature curves for hydrate formation were established for gaseshaving gravities from 0.6 to 1.0. These curves and the thermal...
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Transactions of the AIME 160 (01): 100–113.
Paper Number: SPE-945100-G
Published: 01 December 1945
...M.J. Rzasa; D.L. Katz The derivations of three methods of computing the static pressure gradientsin natural gas wells have been presented to show the assumptions made. Chartswere developed from which the pressure gradients may be read when the well-headpressure, the well fluid gravity, depth, and...
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Transactions of the AIME 160 (01): 164–178.
Paper Number: SPE-945164-G
Published: 01 December 1945
..., and Petroleum Engineers, Inc. Copyright has expired. Upstream Oil & Gas producing sand productive area lower rigolet sand well production Completion Installation and Operations active water drive crude barge west segment dennis sand reservoir gravity rigolet sand texas company...
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Transactions of the AIME 146 (01): 140–149.
Paper Number: SPE-942140-G
Published: 01 December 1942
... Testing Saturation profile evaporation reserves replacement drillstem/well testing Simulation gas gravity pseudocritical condition natural gas quantity cleanup permeability heptane gas density gravity Trans equation molecular weight COPYRIGHT, 1942 AND 1943, BY THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE...
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Transactions of the AIME 142 (01): 70–75.
Paper Number: SPE-941070-G
Published: 01 December 1941
... fluid selection and formulation Upstream Oil & Gas weighting material filter loss drilling fluid chemistry drilling fluid formulation oil-base mud asphalt concentration application drilling fluid property stove-oil concentration physical property ingredient requirement gravity...
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Transactions of the AIME 142 (01): 131–136.
Paper Number: SPE-941131-G
Published: 01 December 1941
... Reservoir Conditions cylinder residual oil subsurface sample Texas plunger Upstream Oil & Gas reservoir temperature gravity enlarged part viscosity-pressure curve PVT measurement saturation pressure instrument determination Pressure Viscosimeter Viscosimeter Measurements of the...
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Transactions of the AIME 132 (01): 33–61.
Paper Number: SPE-939033-G
Published: 01 December 1939
... water saturation interstitial water salinity fluid content salinity flow in porous media sodium chloride porosity quantity pore space apparatus pyle gravity saturation permeability determination analytical data Core Analysis By HOWARD C. PYLE* AND JOHN E. SHERBORNE, t JUNIOR MEMBER...
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Transactions of the AIME 132 (01): 184–190.
Paper Number: SPE-939184-G
Published: 01 December 1939
... gravity dyne sq tip radius residual oil drilling fluid management & disposal saturation pressure subsurface sample determination Reservoir Conditions electrode interfacial tension cell correction interfacial tension atmospheric pressure hydrometer gravity Texas apparatus show data...
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Transactions of the AIME 127 (01): 81–90.
Paper Number: SPE-938081-G
Published: 01 December 1938
... No.1 (sec. 18, T. 3 S. R. 14 W.) at adepth of 7402 ft. on Aug. 24, 1935, flowing at the rate of about 400 bbl. perday, 28? gravity oil. The producing horizon in this well consists of about 72ft. of conglomerate and schist conglomerate situated below the nodular shale.(Miocene). The true (or solid...
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Transactions of the AIME 127 (01): 178–188.
Paper Number: SPE-938178-G
Published: 01 December 1938
... liberated gas; thecomposition and gravity of the residual oil; the amount and composition of the gas liberated upon flashing the oil from the separator to the stock tank; the shrinkage of the oil in passing from the reservoir to the stocktank. This information is frequently essential to the correct...
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Transactions of the AIME 123 (01): 49–58.
Paper Number: SPE-937049-G
Published: 01 December 1937
...Robert R. Boyd The gravity discussed here is that of the clean oil produced. Gravities offluids containing water, free or in the form of emulsion, sand, drilling mud ormineral salts of a no bituminous nature do not represent the gravity of crudeoil as considered in this paper. During recent years...

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