A treatise on the use of pseudopressure approach for the transient analysis of multiphase production from unconventional reservoirs
This thesis presents a formal discussion of the use of the pseudopressure approach to analyze multiphase pressure- and rate-transient data of fractured wells in unconventional reservoirs. Among several options for the treatment of the multiphase flow problem, pseudopressure approach is an attractive semi-analytical choice for pressure- and rate-transient analysis as it reduces the problem to a single-phase flow analogy and enables the use of standard well-test analysis tools and techniques. However, the pseudopressure approach is inherently approximate and its success is strongly dependent on ...
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