Unsteady State Relative Permeability Curves Derived from Saturation Data Spatially and Temporally Resolved Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging

  • Armin Afrough (Guest lecturer)

    Activity: Talks and presentationsConference presentations


    Relative permeability curves describe the displacement of immiscible fluids in rock samples. These curves, ordinarily time-consuming and difficult to measure, are critical for petroleum reservoir management. They help guide decision-making and permit optimal petroleum recovery. Spatial and temporal measurements of fluid content are essential for investigation of displacement phenomena. Pure phase-encoding with SE-SPI provides spatial and temporal proton density of fluids sufficiently precise to permit evaluation of partial derivatives. This quantitative information can be introduced in governing equations for immiscible displace-ment of fluids to give important properties: capillary dispersion, 퐷푐 and oil fractional flow, 푓표 which contain relative permeability information.
    Period19 Aug 2019
    Event titleInternational Conference on Magnetic Resonance Microscopy
    Event typeConference
    Conference number15
    LocationParis, FranceShow on map
    Degree of RecognitionInternational