Dynamic Capillary Pressure Method 2016-10-25T11:54:43+00:00

Fundamentals of Fluid Flow in Porous Media

 

Chapter 2

Multi-phase Saturated Rock Properties:

Laboratory Measurement of Capillary Pressure: Dynamic Capillary Pressure Method

Figure 2‑60 shows schematically the apparatus used in this method. This involves injecting the two fluids into a rock core simultaneously, and producing one behind a semi-permeable membrane. Simultaneous steady state flow of two fluids is established in the core. By the use of special wetted disks (semi-permeable membrane), the pressure of the two fluids in the core is measured and the difference is capillary pressure. The saturation is varied by changing the rate of one fluid.

Dynamic Measurement of Capillary Pressure
Figure 2-60: Dynamic Measurement of Capillary Pressure

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References

[1] Brown (1951)

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