Parametric study of sand production prediction

analytical approach.

N. Morita, D. L. Whitfill, O. P. Fedde, T. H. Lovik

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    Abstract

    An unconventional perforation tunnel stability analysis is conducted in this work by separating the role of two independent factors upon sand production: one is the well pressure, and the other is the local pressure gradient around a cavity. Such a separation clarifies most of the phenomena observed during sand production in oil fields. Simple analytical solutions for poroelasto plastic materials allowed repeated calculations for a parameter sensitivity study. The results obtained should be used on a qualitative basis because of some degree of simplification.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
    PublisherSoc. Pet. Engrs
    Publication statusPublished - 1987

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    Sand
    Well pressure
    Oil fields
    Pressure gradient
    Tunnels
    Plastics

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Engineering(all)

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    Morita, N., Whitfill, D. L., Fedde, O. P., & Lovik, T. H. (1987). Parametric study of sand production prediction: analytical approach. In Unknown Host Publication Title Soc. Pet. Engrs.

    Parametric study of sand production prediction : analytical approach. / Morita, N.; Whitfill, D. L.; Fedde, O. P.; Lovik, T. H.

    Unknown Host Publication Title. Soc. Pet. Engrs, 1987.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

    Morita, N, Whitfill, DL, Fedde, OP & Lovik, TH 1987, Parametric study of sand production prediction: analytical approach. in Unknown Host Publication Title. Soc. Pet. Engrs.
    Morita N, Whitfill DL, Fedde OP, Lovik TH. Parametric study of sand production prediction: analytical approach. In Unknown Host Publication Title. Soc. Pet. Engrs. 1987
    Morita, N. ; Whitfill, D. L. ; Fedde, O. P. ; Lovik, T. H. / Parametric study of sand production prediction : analytical approach. Unknown Host Publication Title. Soc. Pet. Engrs, 1987.
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