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Analysis of five-spot tracer tests to determine reservoir layering

Dexter L Yuen

Analysis of five-spot tracer tests to determine reservoir layering

by Dexter L Yuen

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Published by Dept. of Energy, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Washington], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oil reservoir engineering -- Mathematical models,
  • Permeability

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    Statementby Dexter L. Yuen, William E. Brigham, and Heber Cinco-L, Stanford University Petroleum Research Institute
    SeriesSAN ; 1265-8
    ContributionsBrigham, William E., joint author, Cinco-L, Heber, joint author, United States. Dept. of Energy, Stanford University. Petroleum Research Institute
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 60 p. :
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17965003M

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Analysis of five-spot tracer tests to determine reservoir layering by Dexter L Yuen Download PDF EPUB FB2

This report presents a computer algorithm for determining the degree of heterogeneity among the layers of a reservoir. The algorithm uses the equations developed by Brigham and Smith that predict the behavior of a tracer slug flowing in a five-spot injection by: 4.

Get this from a library. Analysis of five-spot tracer tests to determine reservoir layering. [Dexter L Yuen; William E Brigham; Heber Cinco-L; United States. Department of Energy.; Stanford University. Petroleum Research Institute.]. A computer algorithm for determining the degree of heterogeneity among the layers of a reservoir is presented.

The algorithm uses the equations developed by Brigham and Smith that predict the behavior of a tracer slug flowing in a five-spot injection pattern.

To illustrate the use and potential. ANALYSIS OF FIVE-SPOT TRACER Analysis of five-spot tracer tests to determine reservoir layering book TO DETERMINE RESERVOIR LAYERING SUPR I-TR-8 Dexter L. Yuen, William E. Brigham and Heher Cinco-L Stanford University Petroleum Research Institute Stanford, California l l l l l (I Date Submitted-September ~ ~, l ~ ~ Date Published-February Prepared for the U.S.

Department of Energy. Get this from a library. Analysis of five-spot tracer tests to determine reservoir layering: SUPRE-TR [Dexter L Yuen; William E.

author Brigham; Heber. author Cinco-L; United States. Department of Energy. sponsoring body.] -- This report presents a computer algorithm for determining the degree of heterogeneity among the layers of a reservoir. At the same time, tracer test data can help determine residual oil saturation.

Tracer test results also provide information on fracture characteristics in a naturally fractured reservoir. (2) tracers in reservoir evaluation (well-to-well flow studies for water and gas flooding); (3) tracers for EOR-chemicals (the study of surfactant and polymer behaviour under relevant reservoir conditions); (4) tracers for the determination of residual oil saturation (partitioning tracers in single well or in well-to-well experiments).Cited by: 2.

ANALYSIS OF FIELD TRACERS FOR RESERVOIR DESCRIPTION 17 5 Description of field tracer project The seven tracers injected in the pattern were tritium, sodium thiocyanate (NaSCN), isopropyl alcohol (IPA), tertiary butyl alcohol (TBA), Cobalt- 57, Cobalt- 58, and CobaltCited by: This correction is applied at various points in a tracer test (e.g., tracer breakthrough, 10% recovery, etc.).

Tang () also extended the Brigham and Smith () model to estimating oil saturation in individual layers from tracer response.

Again, these methods assume constant intra-layer properties. At present, test interpretation technology is still based on the rule and theory during ss, which wasn’t be developed and improved further in view of the new problems in field. The field practice and theory comparison have shown that these basic theory and interpretation model diverges obviously appropriate category, and have the singlet, unilateral problem of considered element Author: Tong Jing Liu, Xin Hong Zhang, Xiao Qing Xie, Jian Zhou, Shan Xie.

The tracer tests conducted at the sites shown in fig. 1 are of one (or a combination of) following types (fig. 2): flow-path tracings (single-well or inter-well, monopole or dipole, mostly forced-gradient in stimulated systems), or single-well push-pull tests (method described by HERFORT ET AL.

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Petroleum Analysis Introduction Petroleum (also called crude oil) (ASTM Test Method D) meaning literally rock oil is the term used to File Size: KB. This paper describes the development of interwell tracer tests in the petroleum industry, from the first qualitative tracer test in the s to the latest quantitative tracer test in the s.

@article{osti_, title = {Prediction of tracer behavior in five-spot flow}, author = {Brigham, W.E. and Smith, D.H. Jr.}, abstractNote = {Equations are developed to predict the time of tracer breakthrough, the peak concentration of the tracer, and the general form of the breakthrough curve in a 5-spot flood.

It is shown that these results. This study has conducted experimental work and has developed a two-dimensional model to characterize retention processes. A method to directly determine some impor- tant flow parameters, such as the fracture aperture, from the analysis of tracer tests has been developed as a result of the new two-dimensional model.

Analysis Of Well-to-Well Tracer Flow To Determine Reservoir Layering. Summary. This paper discusses tracer flow in layered reservoirs. Analytic expressions are presented describing tracer breakthrough curves from layered systems at unity mobility ratio, including rigorous treatment of tracer mixing phenomena.

Review on Seismic Analysis of Elevated Storage Reservoir Parth D. Daxini1 Prof. Tarak P. Vora2 1,2Department of Civil Engineering 1,2Marwadi Education Foundation Group of Institutions, Rajkot Gujarat Technological University, India Abstract—The objective of Earthquake Engineering is toFile Size: KB.

Determining the relevance of boundary conditions on tracer test analysis becomes therefore a topic of renewed interest. The subject has been previously disscused by studying the tracer breakthrough curve sensitivity to diverse model parameter values.

In our present work we examine the issue from a new practical reservoir characterization. A new numerical scheme for modeling advective tracer flow in oil reservoirs and aquifers is presented.

It combines the method of fundamental solutions and a streamline time of flight approach for solving the pressure and concentration equations by: 4. Newberry Crater EGS test will provide a useful tool for interpreting tracer test response during the planned flowback operations planned in the spring of The purpose of this report is to describe the results of the tracer and model development for simulating and conducting tracer tests for characterizing EGS parameters.

A higher-order flux-limited finite-difference scheme has been implemented into a compositional simulator to discretize the convection terms of the component conservation equations and the relative permeability terms of the phase fluxes.

Harten's total variation diminishing criteria are imposed directly to the finite-difference equations and the bounds of the flux limiters which are suitable. An Image Analysis technique is used to analyze the process and evaluate the concentrations of a tracer at different points of the test section.

Furthermore, the Cited by: 7.Tracer testing has become a mature technology, and improved knowledge about tracer behavior in the reservoir, improved tracer analysis, and reduction of pitfalls have made tracer tests reliable. Many tracer compounds exist; however, the number of suitable compounds for well-to-well tracers is reduced considerably because of the harsh.