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The mathematics of reservoir simulation editor Richard E. Ewing

Contributor(s): Ewing, Richard E [editor].
Publisher: United States of America Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics - SIAM 1983Description: xiv, 186 pages illustrations 23 cm.Content type: Media type: Carrier type: ISBN: 9780898716627.Subject(s): Dinámica de fluidos | Ecuaciones diferenciales parcialesDDC classification: 627.860724
Contents:
Problems arising in the modeling of processes for hydrocarbon recovery. - - Finite element and finite difference methods for continuous flows in porous media. - - A front tracking reservoir simulator, five-spot validation studies and the water coning problem. - - Statistical fluid dynamics: the influence of geometry on surface instabilities. - - Some numerical methods for discontinuous flows in porous media.
Summary: Over the past few years, the interest in the numerical modeling of fluid displacement processes in porous media has been rising rapidly. the emergence of complex enhanced recovery procedures in the field of hydrocarbon extraction techniques has emphasized the need for sophisticated mathematical tools, capable of modeling intricate chemical and physical phenomena and sharply changing fluid interfaces. The goals of this volume are to explain to the mathematical and scientific community which problems need to be addressed, why they are difficult, what has been done previously to treat these difficulties, and which new techniques appear to possess potential for obtaining good simulation results.
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Colección general 627.860724 M426 (Browse shelf) 1983 1 Available 0000055429
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The emergence of complex enhanced recovery procedures in the field of hydrocarbon extraction techniques has emphasized the need for sophisticated mathematical tools, capable of modeling intricate chemical and physical phenomena and sharply changing fluid interfaces. This volume explains which problems need to be addressed, why they are difficult, what has been done previously to treat these difficulties, and which new techniques appear to possess potential for obtaining good simulation results.

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Problems arising in the modeling of processes for hydrocarbon recovery. - - Finite element and finite difference methods for continuous flows in porous media. - - A front tracking reservoir simulator, five-spot validation studies and the water coning problem. - - Statistical fluid dynamics: the influence of geometry on surface instabilities. - - Some numerical methods for discontinuous flows in porous media.

Over the past few years, the interest in the numerical modeling of fluid displacement processes in porous media has been rising rapidly. the emergence of complex enhanced recovery procedures in the field of hydrocarbon extraction techniques has emphasized the need for sophisticated mathematical tools, capable of modeling intricate chemical and physical phenomena and sharply changing fluid interfaces. The goals of this volume are to explain to the mathematical and scientific community which problems need to be addressed, why they are difficult, what has been done previously to treat these difficulties, and which new techniques appear to possess potential for obtaining good simulation results.

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