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Unformatted text preview: TA-4PETR 3402Reservoir Rock PropertiesExperiment 6: Liquid PermeabilityExperiment Date: 26thOctober 2010Report Submission Date: 2ndNovember 2010Submitted By: Raymond HuppPartners Names:Aaron BlasBrady GrasmickExecutive Summary:In the following experiment entitled Liquid Permeability, our objective was to determine the permeability by recording the pressure drop of our given core sample by injecting a particular brine throughout the core. At first, we had to make sure that our given plug was fully saturated in the brine mixture. After that, we had to make sure that the three-way valve was in the bleed position and the two-way valve was in the closed position. After that, we recoded the core ID and copied our previous dimension data of our core from experiment five. Then we removed one side of the steel core holder and shook it loose for any core rings. Once this is complete, we then inserted the brine saturated core plug into the core holder and then stabilized the pressure inside. After this is done, we recorded the pressure difference and flow rate. Then, we used this data to is done, we recorded the pressure difference and flow rate....
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course PETR 3402 taught by Professor Siddiqui during the Spring '08 term at Texas Tech.
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