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Название: Petrophysics. Theory and Practice of Measuring Reservoir Rock and Fluid Transport Properties
Авторы: Tiab D., Donaldson E.
"Presenting concepts, theories, and lab procedures related to porous rocks and gases, hydrocarbon liquids, and aqueous solutions, this third edition reference (the first was published in 1996, and the second in 2003) has been updated and expanded. Two new chapters on reservoir characterization and on basic well-log interpretation offer the basic introductory material intended as a foundation for further study of the topics. Djebbar (petroleum engineering, U. of Oklahoma) and Donaldson (retired after a long career in public, private, and academic spheres) introduce mineralogy and petroleum geology before covering porosity and permeability, formation resistivity and water saturation, capillary pressure, wettability, applications of Darcy?s Law, naturally fractured reservoirs, and the effect of stress on reservoir rock properties, among other topics." — Reference and Research Book News
Content: Front-matter, Pages i-iii Dedication, Page ii Copyright, Page iv Preface, Page xiii About the Authors, Pages xv-xvi Acknowledgment, Page xvii Units, Pages xix-xx Chapter 1 - Introduction to Mineralogy, Pages 1-26 Chapter 2 - Introduction to Petroleum Geology, Pages 27-83 Chapter 3 - Porosity and Permeability, Pages 85-219 Chapter 4 - Formation Resistivity and Water Saturation, Pages 221-326 Chapter 5 - Capillary Pressure, Pages 327-370 Chapter 6 - Wettability, Pages 371-418 Chapter 7 - Applications of Darcy’s Law, Pages 419-483 Chapter 8 - Naturally Fractured Reservoirs, Pages 485-552 Chapter 9 - Effect of Stress on Reservoir Rock Properties, Pages 553-666 Chapter 10 - Reservoir Characterization, Pages 667-714 Chapter 11 - Fluid–Rock Interactions, Pages 715-801 Chapter 12 - Basic Well-Log Interpretation, Pages 803-827 Appendix - Measurement of Rock and Fluid Properties, Pages 829-912 Index, Pages 913-950