Hydrodynamics of Oil and Gas

Hardcover | January 31, 1995

byIan Lerche, R.O. Thomsen

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This monograph presents a wide range of examples showing the different patterns of behavior in permeable aquifers and highlights the interactions between the various elements involved. The author provides a comprehensive investigation of the effects of geometry, permeability, and fluid flow dynamical properties on the ability of an aquifer to retain oil and gas accumulations. With its highly accessible format, each chapter allows for a quick survey of specific factors in the development of hydrocarbon behavior using illustrations. Chapters also feature case histories and examples.

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This monograph presents a wide range of examples showing the different patterns of behavior in permeable aquifers and highlights the interactions between the various elements involved. The author provides a comprehensive investigation of the effects of geometry, permeability, and fluid flow dynamical properties on the ability of a...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:320 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.27 inPublished:January 31, 1995Publisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306448726

ISBN - 13:9780306448720

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Table of Contents

Introduction. Hydrodynamics of Thin Oil Stringers. Generalization of Hubbert's Conditions. Steadystate Oil Stringers in Capped Aquifers. Finite Width Aquifers. Variable Width, Constant Angle Aquifers. Finite Width, Variable Angle Aquifers. Effects Due to Variable Permeability. Saline and Fresh Water Flows. Dynamical Aspects of Permeable Flow. The Inverse Oil/Gas Stringer Problem. Migration and Diffusion of Hydrocarbons in Complex Stratigraphic Sequences. Research Thrusts and Crossdiscipline Ties. Appendix. Index.