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Amsterdam, Netherlands : Elsevier, 2015.
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ISBN 9780081004234 ((ebook))
ISBN 0081004230 ((ebook))
ISBN 008044346X (pbk.)
ISBN 9780080443461 (pbk.)
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Developments in petroleum science ; volume 65
Tištěná verze : Schön, Juergen H. Physical Properties of Rocks : Fundamentals and Principles of Petrophysics. : Elsevier Science, ©2015
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Front Cover; Physical Properties of Rocks: Fundamentals and Principles of Petrophysics; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1: Rocks-Their Classification and General Properties; 1.1. Introduction; 1.2. Igneous Rocks; 1.3. Metamorphic Rocks; 1.4. Sedimentary Rocks; 1.4.1. Overview; 1.4.2. Clastic Rocks; 1.4.2.1. Classification; 1.4.2.2. Textural Properties; 1.4.2.3. Some Fundamental Clay Properties; 1.4.3. Carbonate and Evaporate Rocks; 1.4.3.1. Introduction; 1.4.3.2. Composition; 1.4.3.3. Classification; 1.4.4. Comparison of Siliciclastic and Carbonate Sediments.
1.5. Physical Properties of Rocks-Some General Characteristics1.6. Measurements of Rock Samples and Core Analysis; Chapter 2: Pore Space Properties; 2.1. Introduction; 2.2. Porosity; 2.2.1. Definitions; 2.2.2. Porosity of Clastic Rocks; 2.2.3. Porosity of Carbonate Rocks; 2.2.4. Fractures, Fractured Rocks; 2.3. Specific Internal Surface; 2.4. Fluids in the Pore Space-Saturation and Bulk Volume Fluid; 2.5. Permeability; 2.5.1. Introduction and Definitions; 2.5.2. Rock Permeability-An Overview; 2.5.3. Clastic Rocks; 2.5.3.1. Permeability as a Function of Porosity and Pore Size, Grain Size.
2.5.3.2. Permeability Description in Hydrogeology2.5.3.3. Influence of Shale Content; 2.5.4. Carbonate Rocks; 2.5.5. Summary: Main Influences Controlling Permeability-Porosity Relationships; 2.5.6. Pressure Dependence; 2.5.7. Permeability Models; 2.5.7.1. Overview; 2.5.7.2. The Capillary Tube Model (Kozeny-Carman); 2.5.7.2.1. The Fundamental Equation; 2.5.7.2.2. Modified Model; 2.5.7.2.3. Implementation of the Specific Surface; 2.5.7.2.4. Modifications for an Approximation of the Real Pore Geometry; 2.5.7.3. Flow Through Fractures and Channels.
2.5.7.4. Modelling Shale Influence upon Permeability2.5.8. Multiphase Flow-Effective Permeability; 2.5.9. Wettability; 2.6. Capillary Pressure; 2.6.1. Fundamentals; 2.6.2. Drainage and Imbibition; 2.6.3. Capillary Pressure-Description by an Equation; 2.6.4. Conversion of Laboratory Capillary Curves to Fluid Distribution in a Reservoir; 2.7. The Digital Core-A Look into the Pore Space; 2.7.1. Principle; 2.7.2. Examples; 2.7.3. Digital Versus Conventional Core; Chapter 3: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR): Petrophysical Properties; 3.1. Introduction; 3.2. The Principle of an NMR Measurement.
3.3. NMR Relaxation Mechanisms of Fluids in Pores and Fluid-Surface Effects3.3.1. Overview; 3.3.2. Bulk Relaxation; 3.3.3. Surface Relaxation; 3.3.4. Diffusion-Induced Relaxation; 3.3.5. Description of Relaxation as a Multi-Exponential Decay-Data Inversion; 3.4. Applications; 3.4.1. Porosity and Pore Volume Partitioning; 3.4.2. Permeability, Pore Size, and Capillary Pressure Estimate; 3.4.3. Fluid (Hydrocarbon) Typing; Chapter 4: Density; 4.1. Definition and Units; 4.2. Density of Rock Constituents; 4.2.1. Density of Minerals; 4.2.2. Density of Pore Fluids; 4.3. Density of Rocks.
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