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Compressibility of sandstones

by Robert W. Zimmerman

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Published by Elsevier, Distributors for the United States and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New York, New York, NY, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Petroleum engineering,
  • Sandstone,
  • Rock deformation

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 155-166) and indexes.

    StatementRobert W. Zimmerman.
    SeriesDevelopments in petroleum science ;, 29
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN871 .Z56 1991
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 173 p. :
    Number of Pages173
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1862416M
    ISBN 100444883258
    LC Control Number90020082

    Correlation of Pore Volume Compressibility with Porosity in One of the Iranian Southern Carbonate ReservoirsAkhoundzadeh, Hamid; Moghadasi, Jamshid ١; Habibnia, Bahram١ * Corresponding author: Hamid Akhoundzadeh, Petroleum University of Technology (PUT), Abadan, Iran, E-mail: [email protected] Phone number: ٠٩١٢٤٤٦٨١٠٧١ Petroleum University of Technology, Abadan, IranAbstractPore. The formation compressibility is the change in pore volume per unit of pore volume per unit change in pressure. ], and is applicable to sandstones and carbonates. For coalbed methane (CBM) reservoirs and overpressured reservoirs, the formation compressibility can be 10 times larger than suggested by the Hall correlation.

    Fundamentals of Rock Mechanics by John Conrad Jaeger, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Fundamentals of Rock Mechanics: John Conrad Jaeger: We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Modeling results show that with the stiffer porous material forming the outer shells of the concentric spheres, the pore compressibility of such materials is negative when solid component bulk moduli differ by at least a factor of 5, if, in addition, the porosities and drained frame moduli of the two porous components are relatively low.

    Compressibility is the rock property that governs the relative change in the pore volume when pressure is either increased or decreased. Finally, permeability is the rock property that is a measure of the ease (or difficulty) with which liquids or gases can flow through a porous medium. The estimated compressibilities of the matrix material in sandstone samples are close to the typical compressibility of quartz. Because of the change in pore structures during stage 1 and stage 2 loadings, the estimated bulk compressibilities of the sandstone sample under the lowest confining pressure decrease with increasing differential pressure.


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Although the emphasis is on reservoir-type sandstones, results and methods. This book is a comprehensive treatment of the elastic volumetric response of sandstones to variations in stress.

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Edited by Robert W. Zimmerman. Vol Pages iii-vi, () Download full volume. Previous volume. Next volume. Actions for selected chapters. Select all / Deselect all. Download PDFs Export citations. Compressibility of sandstones book book is a comprehensive treatment of the elastic volumetric response of sandstones to variations in stress.

The theory and data presented apply to the deformations that occur, for example, due to withdrawal of fluid from a reservoir, or due to the redistribution of stresses caused by the drilling of. Compressibility of Sandstones Details. This book is a comprehensive treatment of the elastic volumetric response of sandstones to variations in stress.

The theory and data presented apply to the deformations that occur, for example, due to withdrawal of fluid from a reservoir, or due to the redistribution of stresses caused by the drilling of a.

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Compressibility of Sandstones by R.W. Zimmerman,available at Book Depository with free delivery : This book presents a comprehensive treatment of the elastic volumetric response of sandstones to variations in stress.

The theory and data presented apply to the deformations that occur, for example, due to withdrawal of fluid from a reservoir, or due to the redistribution of stresses caused by the drilling of a. An approximate adjustment to convert hydrostatic compressibility to triaxial compressibility was developed by Yale et al.

() and is given by: () (c f) T = K (c f) H in which (c f) T and (c f) H are the triaxial and hydrostatic rock compressibility, respectively, and K is a rock-type dependent constant with the values listed in. It is interesting to note that De Oliviera et al. () measure the pore volume compressibility for a suite of reservoir sandstones samples.

For a sandstone of similar porosity (their Botucatu. Fig. 17 Summary of the key depth-related diagenetic processes in mudstones, evaporites and carbonates and which may lead to reactions in sandstones (modified from Burley et al., ; Burley, ).

Compressibility of Porous Rocks. Under natural conditions, a porous medium volume at some depth in a ground water aquifer or in an oil reservoir is subjected to an internal stress or hydrostatic pressure of the fluid saturation the medium, which is a hydrostatic pressure that has the same values at different direction, and to an external stress.

Get this from a library. Compressibility of sandstones. [Robert Wayne Zimmerman] -- This book is a comprehensive treatment of the elastic volumetric response of sandstones to variations in stress. The theory and data presented apply to the deformations that occur, for example, due.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. Contents: Part One: Compressibility and Stress.

Expressions for compressibility are given for two special cases for material of low pore concentration: for spherical pores and for narrow cracks. Comparison of the two cases shows that a crack increases compressibility nearly as much as a spherical pore of the same diameter as the length of the crack, although porosity in these two cases.

The normalized bulk compressibility β/β 0 of a porous medium is expressed directly in terms of pore strains. The derived expression holds over all porosity and allows for direct substitution of both different pore geometries and pore‐pore interactions into the strain term.

The unjacketed bulk modulus of sandstone, K s ', is often considered to be equal to the bulk modulus of quartz, the main mineral which forms it.

However, preliminary tests and some other works show that for Berea sandstone this assumption might be violated. Compressibility of Sandstones [Paperback] [] (Author) Robert W. Zimmerman Paperback – See all 6 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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Compressibility Of Sandstones DOWNLOAD HERE. This book is a comprehensive treatment of the elastic volumetric response of sandstones to variations in stress.The mineralogy, texture and wave velocity characteristics of a range of sandstones were studied to aid the understanding and prediction of geotechnical properties.

From a consideration of volumetric strain variations it is apparent that the weaker rocks display a behaviour markedly different from the .The compressibility of reservoir rock is a factor which is generallyneglected in reservoir engineering calculations.

This is due in part to thefact that there is little published information on rock compressibility valuesfor limestones and sandstones.