Petroleum Reservoir Simulation by Khalid Aziz and Antonín Settari

| abril 23, 2012 | 1 Comentario
Petroleum Reservoir Simulation - Khalid Aziz and Antonin Settari
DESCRIPCIÓN DEL TEXTO

Petroleum Reservoir Simulation is intended for theoretically minded engineers, and practically oriented mathematicians and scientists who want to understand how to develop and use computer models of petroleum reservoirs. This is not a numerical analysis book, although most of the book deals with the use of numerical techniques for solving partial differential equations.  The equations to be solved for the simulation of petroleum reservoirs have some rather special features that must be considered by the simulation engineer or scientist.

The book should be suitable for short courses designed for practising engineers and for self study. It is also hoped that it will serve as a reference for scientist and engineers engaged in the development and applications of simulation technology. Many of the ideas developed here apply directly to the simulation of ground water movement.


TABLA DE CONTENIDO

Preface

Nomenclature

1. Introduction

2. Fluid Flow Equations

3. Flow a single Fluid in one Dimension

4. Solution of Tridiagonal Matrix Equations

5. Multiphase Flow in one Dimension

6. Solution of Block Tridiagonal Equations

7. Flow of a single Fluid in two Dimensions

8. Solution of Pentadiagonal Matrix Equations

9. Multiphase Flow in two dimensions

10. Solution of Block Pentadiagonal Equations

11. Three-Dimensional Problems and Solutions Techniques

12. Special Topics

13. Practical Considerations

Appendix A. Review of Matrix Algebra

Appendix B. Selected Computer Programs

Bibliography

CARACTERÍSTICAS DE LA DESCARGA
Título: Petroleum Reservoir Simulation
Autor: Khalid Aziz and Antonín Settari
Idioma: Inglés
Número de Páginas: 476
Formato: .pdf
Peso del Archivo: 17.3 Mb
Compresor de Archivos: .RAR
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Categoría: Ingeniería de Petróleos

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  1. daniel dice:

    gracias por compartir estos libros muy valiosos para los que hemos estudiado ingenieria.

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