Final Fall-2006 - FINAL EXAM PGE 424 Fall 2006 Part 1 (3...

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FINAL EXAM PGE 424 Fall 2006 MMS Part 1 (3 points each) 1. A rock strongly imbibes water but does not imbibe oil. What can you say about its wettability? What can you say about its USBM index? 2. What is rubber sleeve coring primarily used for? 3. The most significant characteristic of a semi-permeable plate/membrane used for capillary pressure measurements in the porous plate method is its ____________________. 4. All other factors being equal, the ratio of the average pore size for a sample with a permeability of 100 md to that for a sample with permeability 400 md would be ____________________. 5. Define the capillary number (in words or as an equation). What is the effect of capillary number on the relative permeability curves? -
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6. How does the presence of gas affect the porosity measured by neutron and density logs? 7. The formation factor measured from resistivity logs is 16. A sonic log reads the following, Δ tlog = 87.5, Δ tf = 189 μsec/ft, and Δ tma = 53. Is this consistent with the resistivity log? Explain. 8.
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Final Fall-2006 - FINAL EXAM PGE 424 Fall 2006 Part 1 (3...

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