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070305 Lec Skin Factor

070305 Lec Skin Factor

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Published by Avinash Patil
Reservoir Engineering
Reservoir Engineering

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Published by: Avinash Patil on May 28, 2013
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PETE 324 (07A) —
Skin Factor Concept
Slide 1
Petroleum Engineering 324Reservoir Performance
Thomas A. Blasingame, Ph.D., P.E.
Department of Petroleum Engineering Texas A&M UniversityCollege Station, TX 77843-3116 (USA)+1.979.845.2292t-blasingame@tamu.edu
Skin Factor Concept05 March 2007
 
PETE 324 (07A) —
Skin Factor Concept
Slide 2
Skin Factor:
Orientation
"Skin Factor" Concept: (Radial flow system withnear-well damage or stimulation)
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Derive the skin factor identity for a well in a radial flowsystem with a "skin zone" —where the well has near-well damage or stimulation.
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Explain how this model can be used —both in theoryand applications.
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Discuss any limitations (physical or conceptual) that younote.
"Skin Factor" Concept Based on:
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Finite thickness model for the radial flow skin factor.
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Effective wellbore radius concept.
 
PETE 324 (07A) —
Skin Factor Concept
Slide 3
Skin Factor:
Finite Thickness Model
"Finite Thickness" Concept:
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Assumption of a simple 2-zone radial compositereservoir model.
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Steady-state flow is assumed in the "inner-zone" andany other relevant flow regime can exist in the "outer-zone".

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