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Wettability of a formation is defined as the tendency of one fluid to spread on the surface in competition with other fluids which are also in contact with it. However, the impacts of temperature on the wettability distribution in the reservoir and modification of relative permeability curves are not well studied in the literature. Therefore in thi...
The wettability of a formation is defined as the tendency of one fluid to spread on a surface in competition with other fluids which are also in contact with it. However, the impact of temperature on wettability in an aquifer and the modification of relative permeability curves based on the temperature variation in aquifers is not well covered in t...
CO2 injection into geological formations is considered one way of mitigating the increasing levels of carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere and its effect on and global warming. In regard to sequestering carbon underground, different countries have conducted projects at commercial scale or pilot scale and some have plans to develop potent...
Spontaneous imbibition is known as one of the main recovery driving forces in naturally fractured reservoirs. In this study, a numerical model to investigate the impact of carbonated water on oil recovery during spontaneous countercurrent imbibition is presented. This model includes the dynamic modification of oil viscosity, oil swelling, wettabili...
Carbon dioxide (CO2) storage in aquifers or injection to petroleum reservoirs for enhanced oil recovery purposes are the ways of mitigation of global warming. Dissolution of carbon dioxide in water forms carbonic acid. This acid would react with the carbonate components in carbonate rocks (i.e., CaCO3, MgCO3) and cause dissolution of salts thereaft...