Waterflooding: Textbook 3 (Spe Textbook Series #3) (Paperback)
Waterflooding is an important method of improving recovery, but successful waterflood performance requires a sound design. Waterflooding begins with understanding the basic principles of immiscible displacement, then presents a systematic procedure for designing a waterflood. The emphasis is on fundamental concepts and their application in solving various waterflooding problems. Design procedures that can be prepared as small computer programs and selected computer subprograms for more complex designs are presented.