saturation results of reservoir simulation of conceptual model

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saturation results of reservoir simulation of conceptual model

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Li
Yurun
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Li Yurun
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10.21227/2em7-f983
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10/30/2019
Abstract: 

This is a reservoir dataset including a large number of figures. Reservoir simulation, an important part of the petroleum industry, a powerful tool helping oil companies understand the reservoir better.

In this dataset, there more than 10,000 figures are showing in different period oilfield development. From the beginning to the end, we keep some variables constant while some changes to make clear the influences of different parts.

Viscosity, pressure gradient, injection-production velocity, and drive types are taken into consideration. The list shows as follow:
Different oil viscosity in different drive type:
1)water drive: 0.5mPa·s 1mPa·s 5mPa·s 10mPa·s
2)gas drive: 0.05mPa·s 0.1mPa·s 0.2mPa·s 0.5mPa·s 1mPa·s 5mPa·s 10mPa·s 20mPa·s
3) water-gas drive: 0.5mPa·s 1mPa·s 5mPa·s 10mPa·s 20mPa·s

Different pressure gradient in water-gas drive:
water-gas drive: 5MPa 10MPa 15MPa 5MPa(symmetry) 10MPa(symmetry) 15MPa(symmetry)

Different injection-production velocity in water-gas drive:
water-gas drive: 2m3/d 4m3/d 8m3/d 16m3/d 32m3/d 64m3/d 128m3/d

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This is a reservoir dataset including a large number of figures. Reservoir simulation, an important part of the petroleum industry, a powerful tool helping oil companies understand the reservoir better.

 

In this dataset, there more than 10,000 figures are showing in different period oilfield development. From the beginning to the end, we keep some variables constant while some changes to make clear the influences of different parts.

 

Viscosity, pressure gradient, injection-production velocity, and drive types are taken into consideration. The list shows as follow:

Different oil viscosity in different drive type:

1)water drive: 0.5mPa·s  1mPa·s   5mPa·s  10mPa·s 

2)gas drive: 0.05mPa·s  0.1mPa·s   0.2mPa·s  0.5mPa·s  1mPa·s  5mPa·s   10mPa·s   20mPa·s

3)   water-gas drive:   0.5mPa·s  1mPa·s   5mPa·s  10mPa·s  20mPa·s

 

Different pressure gradient in water-gas drive:

  water-gas drive: 5MPa  10MPa  15MPa  5MPa(symmetry)  10MPa(symmetry)  15MPa(symmetry)

 

Different injection-production velocity in water-gas drive:

water-gas drive:  2m3/d   4m3/d   8m3/d   16m3/d   32m3/d   64m3/d   128m3/d   

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[1] , "saturation results of reservoir simulation of conceptual model", IEEE Dataport, 2019. [Online]. Available: http://dx.doi.org/10.21227/2em7-f983. Accessed: Feb. 28, 2020.
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