Pressure transients during injection: Constant rate and convolution solutions View Full Text


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1993-02

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T. S. Ramakrishnan, F. J. Kuchuk

ABSTRACT

Pressure transient testing during water injection is undertaken to evaluate the injection potential of a well. If properly interpreted, it can yield information such as effective mobilities of fluids, wellbore damage, and residual oil saturation. This is best done by the simultaneous use of downhole flow-rate and pressure measurements. Analytical solutions obtained under various assumptions for pressure response of an injection well are investigated. For a constant downhole flow rate, it is demonstrated that exact solutions may be obtained for an infinite reservoir during both the injection and the falloff periods. Due to the inherent nonlinearity of the problem, the constant rate solutions are not readily extended for the general case of varying flow rates. Therefore, we have employed an approximate technique. This technique can be used with an altered form of convolution and permits calculation of the pressure response for arbitrary rate data. The range of parameters under which this method may be used are also identified. Computational methods related to convolution are presented. The numerical techniques developed in this paper are sufficiently general that they may be applied to similar well-testing problems involving single-phase flow. More... »

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