Petr 3402 Lab 10

Petr 3402 Lab 10 - TA-4PETR 3402Reservoir Rock...

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Unformatted text preview: TA-4PETR 3402Reservoir Rock PropertiesExperiment 10: Capillary PressureExperiment Date: 30th November 2010Report Submission Date: 6thDecember 2010Submitted By: Raymond HuppPartners Names:Aaron BlasBrady GrasmickExecutive Summary:In the following experiment entitled Capillary Pressure , our objective was to measure the capillary pressure of a core sample and to generate the pore size distribution data. By using the calculations and formulas, we got anywhere from 932 dynes/cm2to 17096 dynes/cm2for drainage and 932.498 dynes/cm2to 14298.295 dynes/cm2for the imbibition data.Intro:In this following experiment, our mission was to measure the capillary pressure of a core sample and to generate the pore size distribution data. This experiment will also determine the drainage and imbibition curves for an unconsolidated sand pack. This is one of the most important experiments that we need to know how to do....
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