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Thermal Rate Allocation Technique

Thermal Rate Allocation Technique

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Title: Thermal Rate Allocation Technique
Author: Bashier, Mujahid Mirghani; Alsheikh, Mohamed Ibrahim; Musa, Mohamed Abdalazim
Abstract: of the most important parameter is to identify the type of the fluid being produced and its rate. This problem is easier to be detected in single layer production wells than in comingled wells because the production from different zones is delivered to the surface in matter of sum through one conduit. Rate allocation is defined as determination of production rates of each layer in single well producing in commingled manner. Rate allocation is a very major concern to specify unwanted fluids production. Also, it is useful in identifying the participation percentage of each zone moreover; it is a major factor to develop a reservoir models history matching for those reservoirs producing in a commingled manner. Thermal Rate Allocation is performed through equations that relate temperature with flow rate. Those equations have been derived based on mass balance, energy balance and many assumptions. A fiber optical distributed temperature sensing system can provide a reliable down-hole temperature values at various periods of time a long wellbore length (temperature profile) rather than measuring a single value of temperature causatively, without restricting production.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/16548
Date: 2014


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