Simulating oil entrapment in clastic sequences

The book introduces procedures for simulating migration and entrapment of oil in three dimensions in sequences of sandstones and shales. A principal purpose is to show how simulation experiments can represent oil migration routes and predict places where oil may be trapped in sandstones and intercalated shales. The book derives the differential equations used to represent three-dimensional motions of porewater and oil in sedimentary sequences, and shows how the equations may be transformed into finite form for numerical solution with computers. There is emphasis on the graphic display of s

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Main Author Wendebourg, Johannes.
Other Authors Harbaugh, John Warvelle, 1926-
Edition1st ed.
Place, Publisher, Year Oxford, U.K. ; Tarrytown, N.Y. : Pergamon, c1997.
Pages1 online resource (229 p.)
ISBN1-281-05912-9
9786611059125
0-08-054124-0
LanguageEnglish
Series TitleComputer methods in the geosciences ; ; 16.
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