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Zahra Riazi

Department of Infrastructure Engineering, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia

  • Research Article   
    Rock Typing by Bulk Volume Water Method in the Carbonate Reservoirs
    Author(s): Zahra Riazi*

    Rock typing is a part of the reservoir characterization process that is carried out after the data acquisition stage of field development. Permeability, porosity, initial water saturation, and Mercury Injection Capillary Pressure (MICP) account as the main data, which are applied during this process depends on the method. Permeability is the most common input data in most rock typing methods and can distinguish different types of conduits in the sandstones. Despite this, its data source is limited to few reservoir intervals and wells, regardless of time and cost of its laboratory works. Moreover, feeding outcomes of rock typing to a static or dynamic model using either different correlations or neural network methods is challenging and imposes more uncertainties to the models, especially for carbonates. At the same time, applying irreducible water saturation and porosity as .. View more»

    DOI: 10.35248/2157-7463.22.13.451

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