Prediction of two-phase capillary pressure-saturation relationships in fractional wettability systems.

@article{OCarroll2005PredictionOT,
  title={Prediction of two-phase capillary pressure-saturation relationships in fractional wettability systems.},
  author={Denis M O'Carroll and Linda M. Abriola and Catherine A Polityka and Scott A Bradford and Avery H. Demond},
  journal={Journal of contaminant hydrology},
  year={2005},
  volume={77 4},
  pages={
          247-70
        }
}
Capillary pressure/saturation data are often difficult and time consuming to measure, particularly for non-water-wetting porous media. Few capillary pressure/saturation predictive models, however, have been developed or verified for the range of wettability conditions that may be encountered in the natural subsurface. This work presents a new two-phase capillary pressure/saturation model for application to the prediction of primary drainage and imbibition relations in fractional wettability… CONTINUE READING

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