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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.
19 Aug 2019
International Conference on Magnetic Resonance Microscopy