Gas and condensate relative permeability at near-critical conditions: capillary and reynolds number dependence

@inproceedings{App2002GasAC,
  title={Gas and condensate relative permeability at near-critical conditions: capillary and reynolds number dependence},
  author={Jeffrey F. App and Kishore K Mohanty},
  year={2002}
}
Abstract Measurement of gas and condensate relative permeabilities is typically performed through steady state linear coreflood experiments. Experiments are normally designed to minimize the saturation variations throughout the core so that the relative permeabilities can be evaluated through direct application of Darcy's Law to each phase. This study addresses relative permeability prediction from linear corefloods for low permeability, near-critical gas–condensate systems at velocities… CONTINUE READING