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  • Numerical Simulation of Reservoir Structures, Part III ...

    2012-4-26 · Range of rheology: Linear Elastic (generic) Elastic – Plastic (generic) Elastic – Plastic – Damage (Berea Sandstone from rock mechanics experiments) (B tti t l P t I)(Busetti et al., Part I) Differential stress (MPa) Model material behavior for a single element 300 400 Elastic Elastic ‐Plastic e e t a st ess ( a) 200 Elastic ‐Plastic ...

  • viscoelastic damage model with applications to stable and ...

     · The generalized viscoelastic damage rheology model was tested against new laboratory data, two experiments with Westerly granite GR1 and GR2 and two experiments with Berea sandstone BS1 and BS2. The Berea sandstone experimental data (Figs 9–11) reveal three aspects of deformation different from those of the Westerly granite that support the ...

  • UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA GRADUATE COLLEGE …

    2019-7-16 · 2.1 Material Parameters for Berea Sandstone 48 2.2 Model Parameters for Berea Sandstone Rheology 48 3.1 Summary of Simulations (Hydrofracture) 93 4.1 Stress Data for Barnett Shale Wells 174 4.2 Results of Fracture Reactivation Model 175 5.1 Outcrop Gamma-Ray Log Measurements 232

  • Shear Rate Determination from Pore-Scale Flow Fields ...

    2017-2-9 · In the Berea sandstone case in Fig. 8, it appears as if the flow field is dominated by stagnant flow regions because the shear rate converges to zero for decreasing flow velocities. For the RS1 sandstone, there is a predominant contribution from stagnant flow regions as well but it has also channel-like elements because we observer a ...

  • Damage and plastic deformation of reservoir rocks: Part …

    2013-11-25 · strain curves of the Berea Sandstone, and then benchmark sim-ulations of two experimental configurations are performed to calibrate the model rheology. Inrelatedstudies(Busetti,2009;part2,Busettietal.,2012), we apply this damage rheology to hydraulic fracturing of a rock layer and find that tendency to fracture and fracture geometry

  • (txt+pdf+epub+mobi ...

    2020-7-20 ·  (txt+pdf+epub+mobi) :,. : . : AZW3, DOCX, EPUB, MOBI, PDF, TXT.

  • PREDICTIVE PORE-SCALE MODELING OF SINGLE AND …

    A three-dimensional voxel representation of eith er a Berea sandstone or a sand pack (Table 1) is the basis for the networks used in this paper. A topologically equivalent network of pores and throats is then generated with pr operties (radius, volume etc.) extracted from the original voxel representation, shown schematically in Figure 1. Figure 1.

  • Poroelastic damage rheology: Dilation, compaction, and ...

    2005-1-26 · Under relatively low confining pressures (approximately lower than 100 MPa for Berea sandstone samples), porous rocks fail in a brittle mode with sharp localization of damage in a narrow deformation zone and dilatancy preceding the total failure. At these pressures the yield stress increases with confining pressure (positive slope for yield curve).

  • SPE 115142 Injectivity Characteristics of EOR Polymers

    2008-7-7 · affect injectivity: (1) debris in the polymer, (2) polymer rheology in porous media, and (3) polymer mechanical degradation. Using Berea sandstone cores (100-600 md) and various filters and filter combinations, an improved test was developed of the tendency for EOR polymers to plug porous media.

  • A constitutive relationship for mechanical hysteresis of ...

    2015-12-8 · Each type of sandstone displays distinctive features like the local maxima at low stress values and large excitation amplitude in Berea- and Pietra Serena sandstone. However, it appears that they all share properties, which are common also to the theoretical curves of figure 7 .

  • Injectivity Characteristics of EOR Polymers

    2009-11-2 · ing only a 19% viscosity loss after flow through 102-md Berea sandstone at a pressure gradient of 24,600 psi/ft. For 0.1% HPAM in both 0.3% NaCl brine and seawater in 573-md Berea sandstone, Newtonian behavior was observed at low to moderate fluid fluxes, while pseudodilatant behavior was seen at moderate to high fluxes.

  • Publications

    The experiment was performed in Berea sandstone cores with a single longitudinal fracture. The artificially created fracture was oriented parallel to the natural bedding of the rock. The sample was initially vacuum saturated with water, and oil was later injected through the longitudinal crack.

  • Path dependence of the potential for compaction banding ...

    2014-3-4 · The occurrence of compaction bands in Berea sandstone at those stress levels was actually detected by Baud et al. [ 2004 ]. From Figure 13 is also readily apparent that while the simulated test at 200 MPa is characterized by initial softening (i.e., H < 0 at yielding), the test at 250 MPa is entirely contained within the hardening regime (i.e ...

  • SPE 129200 New Insights into Polymer Rheology in …

    2010-1-19 · For our first studies with xanthan, we used two Berea sandstone cores (55-md and 269-md permeability) and one porous polyethylene core (5,120-md permeability). The 55-md Berea sandstone core was 14.35 cm long, with a square cross-section of 11.34 cm2. Porosity was 17% and the pore volume was 27.7 cm3. Two internal pressure

  • Inelastic compaction, dilation and hysteresis of ...

    2014-3-1 · Calculated compaction curves of Berea and Darley Dale differ by a factor two (Fig. 5). The compaction curves parameters (eq. 4) for Berea sandstone are: a = 0.22 per cent and b = 1/30 MPa −1 and for Darley Dale sandstones are: a = 0.34 per cent and b = 1/20 MPa −1. These parameters represent the compaction curve within 0.01 per cent.

  • Injectivity Characteristics of EOR Polymers | SPE ...

    2009-10-27 · Rheology and mechanical degradation in porous media were quantified for a xanthan and an HPAM polymer. Consistent with previous work, we confirmed that xanthan solutions show pseudoplastic behavior in porous rock that closely parallels that in a viscometer. ... experiencing only a 19% viscosity loss after flow through 102-md Berea sandstone at ...

  • Numerical Simulation of Reservoir Structures, Part I ...

    2012-4-26 · 2. The rheology is based on multiple experiments for Berea sandstone and is implemented in the finite element code Abaqus 3. We calibrated the stress, strain, and damage behavior for a range of confining pressures 4. The numerical rheology is now ready to be implemented in geological problems

  • Comparison of Xanthan and HPAM Solution Rheology in …

    2017-2-8 · The Berea sandstone cores were cast in a metal alloy, each with two internal pressure taps—one located 2 cm from the inlet sand face and one located 2 cm from the outlet sand face. The cores had three sections, with a central section length of 10 cm. Permeabilities were fairly uniform through the cores, averaging about 550 md.

  • Investigating the Alteration of Sandstone Pore System and ...

    2021-2-9 · Drilled formations are commonly invaded by drilling fluids during the drilling operations, and as a result, the rock pore system will have alterations that consequently alter the rock properties. The objective of this study is to investigate the impact of the most commonly used weighting materials in water-based mud (WBM) on the Berea Buff sandstone pore system and …

  • Unexpected viscoelastic deformation of tight sandstone ...

    2017-9-12 · Tight gas is one important unconventional hydrocarbon resource that is stored in tight sandstone, whose mechanical property greatly influences the tight gas production process and is …

  • Hydrodynamic Retention and Rheology of EOR Polymers …

    2015-1-23 · The 13-cm long Berea sandstone core (Core #2 in Table 1) had a permeability of 71-md and was cast in a metal alloy. Two internal pressure taps divided the Dundee core into three sections with lengths of 2.5 cm, 10 cm, and 2.5 cm. The Berea core also had three

  • Flow enhancement of water-based nanoparticle dispersion ...

    2015-3-3 · Berea sandstone, obtained from a quarry in Ohio, has fairly uniform grain size and smooth texture. The ''Layer-Berea sandstone'' has some thin shale layers, which decreased the core porosity and ...

  • Effect of aluminum oxide nanoparticles on the rheology …

    2019-8-15 · Also, Berea sandstone cores were purchased from Cleveland Quarries Inc. Other materials are crude oil of 34.97 0 API from the Niger Delta (Izombe Oilfield, OML 124), Polymer (Gum Arabic), Al 2 O 3 (30–60 nm, purity greater than 99%; manufactured by Sigma Aldrich and purchased from Equilab Solutions in Nigeria), Gum Arabic polymer and potato ...

  • Fracturing of Layered Reservoir Rocks

    (Chapter 2) A numerical rheology based on the elastic-plastic-damage properties of Berea sandstone is developed and calibrated to experimental rock mechanics data. A method for translating the stress-strain curve and acoustic emissions data into a material model included in the commercial finite element code Abaqus is presented.

  • Injectivity Characteristics Of EOR Polymers

    2021-6-15 · •Rheology in porous media ... 19% viscosity loss after flow through 102-md Berea sandstone at a pressure gradient of 24,600 psi/ft. CONCLUSIONS. 3. For 0.1% HPAM in both 0.3% NaCl brine and seawater in 573-md Berea sandstone, Newtonian behavior was observed at low to moderate fluid fluxes, while

  • Rock Rheology in Hydrocarbon Reservoirs

    2009-1-16 · Berea Sandstone Rheology: Elastic-Plastic with Damage Distance from Center (m) Fracturing Stage 0 6.8700300000000027E-4 1.3867400000000002E-3 2.0998000000000002E-3 2.82621E-3 3.5661900000000003E-3 4.32015E-3 5.0882600000000007E-3

  • Kaolinite Mobilisation in Sandstone: Pore Plugging vs ...

    2013-1-26 · the permeability of the Berea sandstone. Kaolinite is the dominant clay mineral in the Berea sandstone, and accounts for approximately 6% (Baudracco and Aoubouazza, 1995) to 9% of the solid mass (Shaw et al., 1991). Kaolinite particles are mobilised by an increase in the electrical double layer (EDL) repulsive force between

  • Nanotechnology Application in Chemical Enhanced Oil ...

    2019-1-13 · Berea sandstone: 14.8–20.6% OOIP a ... Rheology is defined as the study of flow and deformation behaviors of fluids under stress . For EOR applications, an improved rheological behavior of injectant is required to inhibit …

  • (PDF) Microemulsion Rheology and Alkaline-surfactant ...

    cosity measurements in Berea sandstone indicated apparent viscosities 1.5 to 6 times larger than those measured in a conventional shear rheometer . …

  • Inelastic compaction, dilation and hysteresis of ...

    2017-9-12 · Tight gas is one important unconventional hydrocarbon resource that is stored in tight sandstone, whose mechanical property greatly influences the tight gas production process and is …

  • SPE 89981 Predicting the Impact of Non-Newtonian …

    Newtonian fluids in Berea sandstone accurately. We then use the pore-scale model to predict trends in relative permeability as a function of flow rate in Berea sandstone for a non-Newtonian wetting phase. The relative permeability is defined as the ratio of …

  • (PDF) An Experimental Characterization of the Non-linear ...

    An Experimental Characterization of the Non-linear Rheology of Rock. August 1995; Authors: ... Berea sandstone . from . Hilbert . et . al. [1994] with . a . sim- ... sandstone. This chapter ...

  • (PDF) Microemulsion Rheology and Alkaline-surfacant ...

    In situ rheology measurements were made in outcrop Berea sandstone acquired from Kocurek Industries. X-ray diffraction (XRD) measurements were conducted to …

  • Poroelastic damage rheology: Dilation, compaction, and ...

    Under relatively low confining pressures (approximately lower than 100 MPa for Berea sandstone samples), porous rocks fail in a brittle mode with sharp localization of damage in a narrow deformation zone and dilatancy preceding the total failure. At these pressures the yield stress increases with confining pressure (positive slope for yield curve).

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