Fundamentals of Reservoir Engineering by L.P. Dake

By L.P. Dake

I'm a mechanical engineer who has no history with geophysics or reservoir engineering, yet i must say that in case you have a few wisdom on thermodynamics , chemistry and a few calculus, this booklet will fairly stroll you thru the basics of Reservoir engineering.
It is de facto thorough and it explains issues in a truly uncomplicated way.
Good ebook for somebody who desires to find out about this box, and needs to educate herself or himself approximately it.

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Group header (12″‐P‐102‐A3A) Deviation 5: High pressure Type: pipeline Design conditions/ parameters: 1. Liquid rate : 2. Gas flow rate 3. Pressure 4. Temperature 5. Viscosity of pure oil at operating temperature 6. Density at operating temperature 2500 m3/day Negligible with GOR (MAX)10 V/V 10 kg/cm2 50°C 270 cp 15 API: 966 kg/m3 Causes Consequences Risk matrix Safeguards Recommendations S L RR 1. Refer More flow deviation of this node Node 1. Group header (12″‐P‐102‐A3A) Deviation 6 : High temperature Type: pipeline Design conditions/ parameters: 1.

These scores are summed up for ­hazards applied within that group. 3) Hazard score for each department is the sum of the scores computed for each of the six groups. Similarly one can estimate the control scores as well. Control score for each department is the sum of the scores of each of the six groups as tabulated above. 4) After determining the hazard and control scores for each department, risk index can be calculated as given below. Risk index may be either positive or negative depending upon the control measures and hazard groups present in each department.

Such methodology is called recording by exception. In this method, it is assumed that anything that is not included is deemed to be satisfactory. On the other hand, recent practices are to report everything in detail. Each keyword is clearly stated as applied to the system under study. Even statements like “no cause could be identified” or “no consequence arose from the cause recorded” are also seen in these statements. This is called full recording. Full recording reports verify the fact that a rigorous study has been undertaken as it is evident from the comprehensive document.

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