Porosity
Courtesy J. H. Wittke & T. E. Bunch, 20042008
Definition of Porosity
Vv void volume
VT total volume
VV
Total Porosity
VT
Experimental Definition of Porosity
for a Simple Porous Rock
Vb Vg V p
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Air enters a 28cm diameter pipe steadily at 200 kPa and 20C with a velocity of
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UNITS CONVERSION
Mass
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1 atm = 14.7 psi
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UNITS CONVERSION
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Reservoir Petrophysics PETR 2311 Fall 2013
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PETR 2111
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LABORATORY REPORT
EXPERIMENT 1: Porosity
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Porosity Lab
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1. A Newtonian, incompressible fluid (think water approximately) is being pumped under a constant pressure at low
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