Title:

Studies of Flow Problems with the Simulator Shaft78

Authors:

K. Pruess, R.C. Schroeder, and J. Zerzan

Conference:

Stanford Geothermal Workshop

Year:

1978

Session:

Modelling

Language:

English

File Size:

364KB

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Abstract:

In recent years, a number of numerical simulators for geothermal reservoirs have been developed. these is to aid reservoir engineers in ( i ) determining characteristic parameters of reservoirs (most important among those being the reserves of fluid and heat ), and ( i i ) simulating the performance of reservoirs upon production and injection. The general purpose of The various simulators differ in the approximations made in the underlying physical model ( e.g., dependence of rock and fluid properties upon thermodynamic variables ), in the geometrical definition of the reservoir (one-, two-, or three- dimensional, regular or irregular shape), in the choice of thermodynamic variables, and in the mathamatical techniques used for solving the coupled mass and energy transport equations.


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