Rate-Convolved Horner Plot for Analysis of Simultaneously Acquired Flow Rate and Pressure Data
The authors presents a new technique called the Rate-Convolved Horner plot for analyzing rate and pressure data which offers certain advantages in comparison to other methods. These advantages include: simplicity and analogy to conventional Horner plot, integration of flow period data with shut-in data, better handle on skin, and its adaptability for quick wellsite interpretation. Field examples are presented to show the application of this technique to a variety of well testing configurations. The technique presented is especially suited for the analysis of short duration transient tests, i.e., after underbalance perforating, TCP/DST, closed chamber testing and IMPULSE Testing because of rapid variations of flow rate in such tests.
S. M. Tariq, "Rate-Convolved Horner Plot for Analysis of Simultaneously Acquired Flow Rate and Pressure Data," Society of Petroleum Engineers of AIME, (Paper) SPE, Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), Jan 1989.
The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.2118/19816-MS
Proceedings: SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition 1989
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
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