Pseudo-steady state (PSS) flow is an important time-dependent flow regime that
quickly follows the initial transient flow regime in the constant-rate production of
a closed boundary hydrocarbon reservoir. The characterization of the PSS flow
regime is of importance in describing the reservoir pressure distribution as well as the
productivity index (PI) of the flow regime. The PI describes the production potential
of the well and is often used in fracture optimization and production-rate decline
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- Petroleum Engineering
- chemical engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- fractured Vertical well
- Psuedo Steady State Flow
- Semi Steady State
- Shape Factor
- Hydrocarbon reservoirs
- Uniform flow (Fluid dynamics)
- Shape theory (Topology)
- Oil wells--Hydraulic fracturing.
- Wells--Fluid dynamics.
- Oil reservoir engineering--Mathematical models.
- Partial requirement for: M.S., Arizona State University, 2017Note typethesis
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 30-32)Note typebibliography
- Field of study: Chemical engineering