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Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal 25 (06): 945–953.
Paper Number: SPE-12116-PA
Published: 01 December 1985
...- mined from displacement experiments based on the Welge 20 and Johnson et al. 21 techniques. These tech- niques are based on three equations. d(Np ) fo krwfJ-o d(Wi ) (1) 1 krofJ-w and fo (3) Jones and Roszelle 22 derived a graphical aproach that determined fo by drawing tangents to the experimental N p...
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Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal 25 (06): 909–916.
Paper Number: SPE-12585-PA
Published: 01 December 1985
... of measured flow data generally will use mathematical models that use macroscopic properties. A homogeneous core sample is necessary for the experimental determination of relative permeabilities from displacement experiments. Explicit methods for estimating relative permeabilities from displacement...
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Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal 25 (06): 857–864.
Paper Number: SPE-12771-PA
Published: 01 December 1985
... multivalent cations, and clay transformations-are not considered. However, discussions of the effect that clay minerals and cation precipitation might have on silica dissolution are presented. precipitation might have on silica dissolution are presented. Experimental Procedure Static bottle experiments in...
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Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal 25 (06): 935–942.
Paper Number: SPE-9332-PA
Published: 01 December 1985
... presentation of data but can lead to the misinterpretation of the results of an experiment. When necessary, model-independent shear-rate conversions were applied before analysis to all the input data in this study to avoid misinterpretation of the results. Background: Analysis of Laboratory Rheology Data The...
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Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal 25 (05): 637–646.
Paper Number: SPE-11123-PA
Published: 01 October 1985
... experimental data conclusion reservoir characterization integrity normal stress upstream oil & gas chalk production experiment vicinity completion installation and operations chalk perforation exploratory well triaxial experiment loading dania chalk shear stress reduction perforation...
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Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal 25 (05): 656–664.
Paper Number: SPE-11072-PA
Published: 01 October 1985
... 11h hours at this temperature. The residue remaining at the end of the experimental period was con- sidered unburned fuel. The minimum ftont temperature was assumed to be the temperature where there was no unburned fuel. The heat value of the crude oil was obtained by run- ning DSC experiments at a...
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Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal 25 (05): 647–655.
Paper Number: SPE-11749-PA
Published: 01 October 1985
... presented also. Experimental Procedure Acrolein can irritate the skin and mucous membranes and is a strong lachrymator. Therefore, iUs suggested that all indoor hiboratory experiments inVolving acrolein be performed in a reliable fume hood. Handling acrolein out~ doors for the purpose of constructing...
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Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal 25 (05): 629–636.
Paper Number: SPE-11900-PA
Published: 01 October 1985
... porcelain disk (k = 7 md). (± 100 s - 1) are used. The equipment used to measure leakoff under representative fracturing conditions is de- scribed in the next section. Some experimental work to investigate fluid loss under dynamic conditions has been reported previously. 2.4-6 However, in these experiments...
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Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal 25 (05): 665–678.
Paper Number: SPE-11958-PA
Published: 01 October 1985
... behavior and fluid properties of the CO 2 /crude-oil mixtures. Thus there is good experimental confirmation that the simple theory of the effects of phase behavior on displacement performance describes accurately the behavior of flow in an ideal displacement, such as a slim tube. In a CO 2 flood in...
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Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal 25 (04): 580–586.
Paper Number: SPE-12126-PA
Published: 01 August 1985
...A.F. Chan; V.J. Kremesec, Jr. This paper describes experimental and theoretical studies of cation exchange in porous media with micellar fluids formulated using a broad-equivalent-weight (BEW) sulfonate. The sulfonates can be described as composed of two pseudocomponents a quasi-monosulfonate (the...
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Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal 25 (04): 473–481.
Paper Number: SPE-11231-PA
Published: 01 August 1985
... repeatability, over all the data points for all the bits, the pooled standard devia- tion for ROP (ft/hr) was 1.1 ft/hr [9.31xlO-2 mm/s]. This yielded a 95 % upper confidence limit of 1.4 ft/hr [11.85XlO-2 mm/s]. This means that we can be 95% confident that the actual experimental error is 1.4 ft/hr [11.85 x 10...
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Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal 25 (04): 603–613.
Paper Number: SPE-11233-PA
Published: 01 August 1985
... come both from the recalculation of selected experimental work reported in the literature and from new experiments. An important criterion for these experiments is to eliminate or greatly reduce the influence of fluid compressibility, so as to approximate field conditions in CO2 floods more closely...
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Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal 25 (04): 524–534.
Paper Number: SPE-10201-PA
Published: 01 August 1985
... be noted that these experiments typically use a nonpartitioning tracer as the measure of dispersion in a given phase. For more complete reviews, see Delshad 2 and MacAllister. 3 Experimental Procedures and Materials Before discussing the fluid flow procedure, we will discuss briefly the selection and...
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Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal 25 (04): 482–490.
Paper Number: SPE-10259-PA
Published: 01 August 1985
... fluid-flow pattern expected under fracture conditions. For a typical crosslinked fracturing fluid, experimental results indicate that fluid loss values can be a function of temperature, pressure differential, rate of shear, and degree of non-Newtonian behavior of the fracturing fluid. A mathematical...
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Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal 25 (02): 176–190.
Paper Number: SPE-12129-PA
Published: 01 April 1985
... dodecyl benzene sulfonate, in deionized water. Match of Experimental Data The theory has two empirical parameters that must be determined from the experiments, {3 and 2/(P)c. The APRIL 1985 DRAWN TIP + L-. - GA S CAPI LLARY TU BE Fig. a-Schematic of foam generator. dimensionless group, N p given by Eq...
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Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal 25 (02): 227–234.
Paper Number: SPE-11159-PA
Published: 01 April 1985
... experiments were conducted at a near atmospheric pressure and near adiabatic condition, at various injection rates including 15, 20, 30, 40, 50, and 60 scf/hr-sq ft [0.00127, 0.00169, 0.00254, 0.00339, 0.00423, and 0.0508 m/s]. The maximum pressure was 25 psig [172.4 kPa]. The experimental results reported...
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Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal 25 (02): 191–201.
Paper Number: SPE-11623-PA
Published: 01 April 1985
..., Ac, per unit volume. SPEJ P. 191 1 4 1985 1 4 1985 1985. Society of Petroleum Engineers experiment dimension sandstone compressibility flow rate aspect ratio pore structure pore porosity reservoir characterization thickness klinkenberg plot flow in porous media...
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Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal 25 (01): 101–112.
Paper Number: SPE-12125-PA
Published: 01 February 1985
... displacement of tetradecane (in upstream core) and dodecane in tandem core experi- ment (Run 2). 1.4 To ensure that Run 1 was not an experimental anoma- ly, we performed a similar displacement. In Run 2, tetradecane at residual saturation was in the upstream core and dodecane in the downstream core. A micellar...
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Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal 25 (01): 46–54.
Paper Number: SPE-11648-PA
Published: 01 February 1985
... experiments were conducted at the U.S. DOE's Nevada test site, where hydraulic fractures were created and monitored from an existing tunnel complex. This initial experiment was conducted to determine whether it was feasible to measure important fracture parameters accurately and obtain significant information...
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Society of Petroleum Engineers Journal 25 (01): 67–77.
Paper Number: SPE-10723-PA
Published: 01 February 1985
... vessel at the bottom. Liquid and gas are separated, and the gas is analyzed by means of a mass spectrometer. Typical measurements include oxygen con- sumption and CO2 production. Experimental Results To separate temperature and combustion effects, a first series of experiments was performed in which the...

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