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Quantitative Methods in Reservoir Engineering

Quantitative Methods in Reservoir Engineering - Chin,  PhD, Wilson C. - ISBN: 9780080540122
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Mediatype: E-book (18-07-2002)
Genre: Energietechniek
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For the practitioner, this volume is a valuable tool for predicting reservoir flow in the most efficient and profitable manner possible, using quantitative methods rather than anecdotal and outdated methods. For the student, this volume offers insight not covered in other textbooks.

Too many approaches in traditional petroleum engineering are based on "ad hoc" and "common sense" methods that have no rigorous mathematical basis. Most textbooks dealing with reservoir engineering do not go into the necessary mathematical detail and depth. This new book by Wilson Chin, a revision of two earlier books published by Gulf Publishing, Modern Reservoir Flow and Well Transient Analysis and Formation Invasion, integrates rigorous mathematical methods for simulating and predicting reservoir flow both near and away from the well.

Predicts reservoir flow to maximize resources, time, and profits

Includes problems and solutions for students

Presents mathematical models in an easy-to-understand and easy-to-simulate format


Titel: Quantitative Methods in Reservoir Engineering
auteur: Chin, PhD, Wilson C.
Mediatype: E-book
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 480
Uitgever: Elsevier Science
Plaats van publicatie: 01
Publicatiedatum: 2002-07-18
NUR: Energietechniek
Afmetingen: 235 x 152
ISBN/ISBN13: 9780080540122
Intern nummer: 12342529


The material in this book is presented in a clear, easily understandable language.

Every topic is supplied with specific examples, that help to demonstrate certain elements of the theory.

...having this book is a must for every reservoir engineer expecially for those who have to make decisions as to what simulating software to choose for a particular reservoir and situation. - Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering