PE3303 Syllabus - Reservoir Rocks And Fluid Properties - 2021 Regulation Anna University

PE3303 Syllabus - Reservoir Rocks And Fluid Properties - 2021 Regulation Anna University

PE3303

RESERVOIR ROCKS AND FLUID PROPERTIES

 LTPC

3003

OBJECTIVES:
• To enable the students to understand
• Petroleum reservoir system and fluid properties
• Basic principles and operations in upstream petroleum industry

UNIT I

9

The earth, crust, plate tectonics and geologic times. Sedimentary geology, Basins and Margins. Origin, accumulation and migration of petroleum. Properties of subsurface fluids. Petroleum Chemistry.

UNIT II

9

Porosity. Permeability. Porosity – Permeability relationship. Electrical properties of rocks. Measurement of formation resistivity. Correlation of FRwith porosity, permeability and water saturation. FR of ShalyReservoir rocks. Effect of stress on porous rocks. Formation evaluation.

UNIT III

9

Fluid Satuaration and Capacity pressure. Determination of capillary pressure. Pore size distribution. Wettability. Evaluation of wettability and its effect on oil recovery. Alteration of wettability. Effect of wettability on electrical properties of rocks.

UNIT IV

9

Linear flow of incompressible fluids. Linear flow of gas. Darcy’s and Poiseuille’s laws. Various flow systems. Multiple permeability rocks

UNIT V

9

Reservoir fluid properties – Phase behaviour of hydrocarbon system. Fluid rock interactions. Reservoir fluid characteristics. PVT analysis. Flash liberation and differential liberation study.

TOTAL: 45 PERIODS

OUTCOMES:: Upon completion of the course, students will be able to
On completion of the course, the students would have knowledge on the understand the  Petroleum reservoir system and fluid properties  Darcy’s Law to calculate permeability of single phase; definition of interfacial tension  Capillary pressure to determine saturation changes in reservoir; definition of effective and relative permeability  Drainage/imbibition curves to characterize reservoir relative permeability.  PVT analysis for reservoir fluids

TEXT BOOKS:
1. Craft, B.C. and Hawkins M.F. revised by Ronald E. Terry and J. Brandon Rogers, “Applied Petroleum Reservoir Engineering” third edition, Prentice-Hall (2014) 2. Djebbar Tiab and Erle C. Donaldson “Theory and practice of measuring Reservoir rock and fluid Transport properties” fourth edition, Gulf Professional Publishing (2015)

REFERENCES:
1. Amyx, J.W., Bass D.M. & Whiting., R.L., “Petroleum Reservoir Engineering” McGraw Hill 1998.

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