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Macroscopic Simulation of Three Phase Flow Using Consistent Pore-Level Model Relative Permeabilities and Capillary PressuresNormal access

Authors: K.S. Sorbie, I.S. Ivanova and M.I.J. van Dijke
Event name: ECMOR IX - 9th European Conference on the Mathematics of Oil Recovery
Session: Physical Modeling
Publication date: 30 August 2004
Organisations: EAGE
Language: English
Info: Extended abstract, PDF ( 650.27Kb )
Price: € 20

Summary:
B014 MACROSCOPIC SIMULATION OF THREE PHASE FLOW USING CONSISTENT PORE- LEVEL MODEL RELATIVE PERMEABILITIES AND CAPILLARY PRESSURES Abstract 1 In this paper we perform 1D macroscopic simulations using theoretical three phase relative permeabilities and capillary pressures (3PRPs and 3PCPs) based on simple pore-scale models. These 3PRP models were used to perform a range of 1D three phase macroscopic simulations where “low” and “high” viscosity gas has been injected into a system at constant oil and water saturation. No trapped saturations were allowed in these model calculations in order to clarify the structure of the saturation profiles and the phase paths


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