MOnur
PE 3023
SUPPLEMET No. 5
2016 Fall
TU
A NOTE ON TWO-PHASE FVFs
Two-phase FVFs are secondary PVT properties as they are strictly a function of the standard PVT
properties (Bo, Bg, Rs, Rv, etc.). They are used to simplify the mathematical developments.

Reservoir Engineering I
Lecture 1
Introduction & Review of Rock &
Fluid Properties
Fall 2016
General
Instructor: Mustafa Onur
Office: Stephenson 2335
Office Hours:
TTH 9:30 11:59 am or F 9:30-11:59 am
Phone: 631-3059
E-mail: mustafa-onur@utulsa.edu

PE 3023
SUPPLEMET No. 9
2016 Fall
Derivation of Steady-State (SS) and Pseudo Steady-State (PSS) Productivity Equations for
a Fully Penetrating Well in a Circular Homogeneous, Isotropic Reservoir
Mustafa Onur
McDougall School of Petroleum Engineering, TU
H

PE 3023-Reservoir Eng. I
Handout 7
Math Preliminaries
Mustafa Onur
Fall 2016
Scalar vs. Vector Fields
Scalar Function and Field: A scalar function
is a function defined at each point of a certain
set of points in space and whose values are
real numbers de

Reservoir Engineering I
Lecture 6
Material Balance Equations (MBE)
& Applications Gas Reservoirs
Fall 2016
Outline
The MBEs and its applications for gas reservoirs are
presented:
p/z vs. G Plot for volumetric reservoirs
p/z vs. G Plot for water drive res

Reservoir Engineering I
Lecture-2
Black Oil Model
Fall 2016
Outline
Multiphase Flow Based on Isothermal Black-Oil Model
Three-component system simplifies the multiphase flow by
describing hydrocarbon mixture composed of thousands of
chemical components.

PE 3023
SUPPLEMET No. 9
2016 Fall
Derivation of Steady-State (SS) and Pseudo Steady-State (PSS) Productivity Equations for
a Fully Penetrating Well in a Circular Homogeneous, Isotropic Reservoir
Mustafa Onur
McDougall School of Petroleum Engineering, TU
H

MOnur
PE 3023
SUPPLEMET No. 2
2016 Fall
TU
DERIVATIONS OF MASS FRACTIONS FOR BOM and MBOM
Problem 1 Black Oil Model (BOM): Let`s consider a conventional black-oil (or beta) model. This
means (i) there is no mass transfer between the aqueous phase (water)

PE 3023 Reservoir Engineering I
OPTIONAL HOMEWORK No: 3
Mustafa Onur
Given Date : 10/24/2016
Due Date : 10/25/2016
Subject: Darcys equation, global flow regimes, steady-state flow equations, productivity index
Problem 1: Assume a cylindrical sand pack of

Superposition
Superposition
It is a fundamental tool of pressure
transient test analysis and reservoir
engineering.
It makes us to construct reservoir
response functions in complex situations
(boundaries, variable rate, variable
pressure production) usi