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PULSE DECAY PERMEABILITY: ANALYTICAL SOLUTION
AND EXPERIMENTAL TEST
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by
Thierry Bourbie and Joel Walls
Stanford Rock Physics Project
Department of Geophysics
Stanford University
Stanford, Ca
Chapter 2 The properties of reservoir fluids
Natural Gases
Crude Oil Systems
Reservoir Water Systems
2.1 Natural Gases
A gas is defined as a homogeneous fluid of low viscosity and density that has no
CPE 327
Reservoir Engineering I
Homework #1
1. Calculate the mass in lb and density in lb/ft3 of methane gas contained at 68.05 atm and
20C in a cylinder with volume of 0.0906 m3. Assuming that methan
CPE 327 Reservoir Engineering I
Homework #5
Due Date: 12:00 PM on April 8th (Friday), 2016
1. Two wells are located 2500 ft apart. The well pressure at the top of perforations (9332 ft subsea)
in well
CPE 327 Reservoir Engineering I
Homework #3
Due Date: 12:00PM on March 4th, 2016
1. Coring was performed for the Wilcox Sand of Altair Field at a depth of 8270 ft. One core plug
of 1 inch diameter and
CPE 327 Reservoir Engineering I
Homework #1
Due Date: 12:00PM on February 5th, 2016
1. Calculate the mass in lb and density in lb/ft3 of methane gas contained at 68.05 atm and
20C in a cylinder with v
CPE 327 Reservoir Engineering I
Homework #4
Due Date: 12:00 PM on March 23th (Wednesday), 2016
1. An oil reservoir has a porosity of 20% with a net payzone thickness of 100 ft and connate
water satura
CPE 327 Reservoir Engineering I
Homework #6
Due Date: 12:00 PM on April 18th (Monday), 2016
1. Two glass capillary tubes of inside diameters (IDs) of 20 and 13 microns are used to test the
capillary r
CPE 327 Reservoir Engineering I
Homework #8
Due Date: 12:00 PM on May 2nd (Monday), 2016
1. A reservoir has been under waterflood for a few years. The relative permeability curves for
the reservoir ar
CPE 327 Reservoir Engineering I
Homework #2
Due Date: 12:00PM on February 22th, 2016
1. If the Sabine Field gas gravity is 0.65, calculate the compressibility factors from zero to
7000 psia at 160F, i
CPE 327 Reservoir Engineering I
Homework #7
Due Date: 12:00 PM on April 27th (Wednesday), 2016
1. A J-function relation can be seen in Figure 1. It applies for a limestone reservoir of permeability
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