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### A Porothermoelastic Model Considering the DynamicTemperature-Perturbation Boundary Effect for Borehole Stability in Fractured Porous Rocks

Jiajia Gao, Hai Lin, Jin Sun, Xiuping Chen, Huixiang Wang, Xianfeng Liu

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... of the fractured rock is assumed to be a rigid body. Two complementary approaches are often used to construct the governing equations considering...

2021

### AAPG/Datapages Discovery Series No. 7: Multidimensional Basin Modeling, Chapter 14: 3-D Coupled Basin Reaction, Transport, and Mechanics Modeling: Applications to Fracture, Fault, and Salt Tectonic Regimes

Tuncay, K., A. Park, P. Ortoleva

AAPG Special Volumes

.... Our model shows how these features emerge and change in 3-D by solving partial differential equations for all these variables.An overview of our Basin...

2003

### Rate-Transient Analysis of Communicating Wells Using the Dynamic Drainage Area (DDA) Concept

Hossein Ahmadi, Hamidreza Hamdi, Christopher R. Clarkson

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... fluids produced at the wellbore can be written in the form of material balance equations for a gas-water fluid system as follows: π( = 4...

2021

### Phase Field Approaches to the Kinetic Modeling of Hydrate Phase Transitions

Bjorn Kvamme, Atle Svandal, Trygve Buanes, Tatyana Kuznetsova

AAPG Special Volumes

... uses a Monte Carlo approach to evaluate the progress of the crystal growth, in contrast to PFT, which solves a set of coupled differential equations...

2009

### Modeling the Stimulated Reservoir Volumes using DPDK Approach Coupled with Rock Mechanics; #42405 (2019)

Jack H. Deng, Zhangxing Chen, Jia Luo, Kun Wang, Hui Liu

Search and Discovery.com

... for Solving Flow-Stress Equations Numerical Experiments I. Fracture deformation for natural joints II. Dynamic 2nd fracture network deformation tuned...

2019

### Finite Difference Modelling: Part IV

Lasse Amundsen, Γrjan Pedersen, Martin LandrΓΈ

GEO ExPro Magazine

..., are more physically complete β they solve the full differential equations. They are easy to implement but are limited by computer capabilities...

2019

### A Streamlined Approach to Fault Stress Analysis and Natural Fracture Prediction

Seth Busetti

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... ππ ππππππ = (ππππT β ππ ππ 2 )0.5 The Fracture Stability parameters are thus calculated from the above equations, the three principal stresses...

2021

### Abstract: Comparative Study on 2D Microseismic Source Location with Synthetic Seismograms Recorded by Borehole- and Surfacereceiver Arrays; #90224 (2015)

Anton Biryukov, Simon G.E. Harvey, and Giovanni Grasselli

Search and Discovery.com

... derivative. After performing a central second order ο¬nite difference (FD) approximation, an explicit scheme for solving the wave propagation in time...

2015

### A Coupled Geomechanics-Reservoir Properties Workflow for Unconventional Play Landing Zone Optimisation

Jinying Zhou, Taixu Bai, Qingguang Qu, Biwen Gui

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... Input The new model requires limit inputs for solving fracturing growth and accessible hydrocarbon volume, there three sets of input data requreid...

2019

### 3-D Finite Difference Modeling of Microseismic Source Mechanisms in the Wolfcamp Shale of the Permian Basin

Robert Meek, Robert A. Hull, Austin Von der Hoya, David Eaton

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... ππ₯ π ππ‘ Wave motion is computed by solving the boundary value problem involving these differential equations. To derive a 3D velocity model P-wave...

2015

### Relationship Between Porosity, Permeability, and Surface Areas of Sediments

George V. Chilingar, Richard Main, Ali Sinnokrot

Journal of Sedimentary Research (SEPM)

..., T. S., 1954, Verification of tortuosity equations: Am. Assoc. Petroleum Geologists Bull., v. 38, p. 2226-2232. GREER, F. C., AND BEESON, C. M., 1960...

1963

### Integrated EUR and Production Decline Analysis for Unconventional Production in Stacked Development

Le Lu, Yao Li, Andrew Sneddon, Michael Hale, Brian Dombroski, Christopher Flenthrope, Wanyi Zhang, Sheng Wu, Yongchun Tang

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... of linear equations can be constructed for all peak ratios in the fingerprints and all end-members considered. Solving the linear regression...

2022

### Abstract: Comparing Post-stack AVO Inversion to Prestack Inversion for Estimating Rock Properties; #90171 (2013)

Paul F. Anderson

Search and Discovery.com

... to achieve those estimates. The number of potential AVO equations one has access to now exceeds what many would consider useful. The problem then becomes...

2013

### Abstract: Comparing Post-stack AVO Inversion to Prestack Inversion for Estimating Rock Properties; #90171 (2013)

Paul F. Anderson

Search and Discovery.com

... to achieve those estimates. The number of potential AVO equations one has access to now exceeds what many would consider useful. The problem then becomes...

2013

### On the Characterization of Porosity and Permeability in Limestones; #120055 (2012)

Philippe Gouze

Search and Discovery.com

... equations that make use of the porosity and a specific surface parameter or Katz-Thomson equations relating permeability to porosity and the electrical...

2012

### Characterization and Modelization of the Geometrical and Flow Properties of Fractured Carbonates: Application to Amellago Outcrop Data; #120075 (2012)

I. Malinouskaya, P. M. Adler, J.-F.Thovert, and V. Mourzenko

Search and Discovery.com

..., the hydraulic properties are obtained by solving the governing flow equations, which are written on the local scale and applied to the fracture...

2012

### Mathematical Model of Energy Storage in Gas Hydrate and its Flow in Pipeline Systems; #42005 (2017)

Oluwatoyin O. Akinsete, Sunday O. Isehunwa

Search and Discovery.com

... and control hydrate growth (gas storage capacity) in gas pipeline system for different gas composition. Methodology β’ The governing equations...

2017

### Simulation of Hydraulic Fracture Networks in Three Dimensions Utilizing Massively Parallel Computing Resources

Randolph R. Settgast, Scott Johnson, Pengcheng Fu, Stuart Walsh, Joshua White

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... equations ofο¬uid pressure. the rock matrix, have parallel plate flow consisting of of static equilibrium on to model body yields the fractures the standard...

2014

### Depth of Investigation for Linear Flow: Theory and Practice

Arjun Ravikumar, John Lee

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... of investigation equations using numerical simulation. Xie et al. (2015) solved for the depth of investigation by obtaining asymptotic solutions...

2018

### An Efficient Three-Dimensional Multiphase Particle-in-Cell Model for Proppant Transport in the Field Scale

Shaowen Mao, Zhi Shang, Seunghwan Chun, Jiawei Li, Kan Wu

Unconventional Resources Technology Conference (URTEC)

... simulations, one has to treat particles with different sizes or materials as separate phases, which requires solving extra continuity and momentum equations...

2019

### Transformation of Resistivity to Pseudovelocity Logs

Albert J. Rudman , Joseph F. Whaley , Robert F. Blakely , Maurice E. Biggs

AAPG Bulletin

...) where TTf is transit time in the fluid (mud filtrate) and TTs is transit time in the solid. Solving for P and equating equations 2 and 3, EQUATION...

1975

### Enhancing Limited Log Suites with Neural Networks

J.S. Arbogast, M.H. Franklin, M.L. Butler, K.A. Thompson

Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists

... equations describing the inner workings of the human nervous system. They have been shown to be effective in providing sophisticated dataprocessing...

1997

### Calculation of the Effect of Clay Content in Determination of the Coefficient of Oil- and Gas-Saturation by the Resistivity Method

V. N. Dakhnov

Petroleum Geology: A Digest of Russian Literature

... of which is determined from the value of Π Π½,Π³. Obtaining Π Π½,Π³ = 1/(1βkΠ½ΠΊ and PΠ½ = 1/(1βkΠ½)n, substituting in formula (1), and solving it relative...

1960

### Least Square Q-Kirchhoff Migration: Implementation and Application

Xiaodong Wu, Yi Xie, Joe Zhou, Dechun Lin, Yu Wang

Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA)

... an explicit solution m = (LT LQ )β1 LT d Q Q (3) However, solving the inversion problem (3) for real applications is computationally expensive even...

2018

### Resolving complex velocity and gas absorption features with full-waveform inversion in the Taranaki Basin, New Zealand

Yuelian Gong, Dominic Fell, Robert Hunn, Richard Bisley, Alexander Karvelas, Bee Jik Lim

Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA)

... by solving a nonlinear least-square (LS) optimization problem: min β(π©[π¦], π) $ Where m stands for subsurface models, h(β,β) measures the misfit...

2019