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|Title:||External filter cake erosion: mathematical model and experimental study|
Van den Broek, W.
|Citation:||Proceedings of the SPE 6th European Formation Damage Conference, 2005, 2005, pp.257-270|
|Part of:||6TH European Formation Damage Conference 2005: Delivering Sustained Production|
|Publisher:||Society of Petroleum Engineers|
|Conference Name:||SPE 6th European Formation Damage Conference (25-27 May 2005 : Scheveningen, The Netherlands)|
|Al-Abduwani, F., Bedrikovetski, P., Farajzadeh, R., van den Broek, W.M.G.T. and Currie, P. K.|
|Abstract:||In this article a system of equation to describe the steady state external filter cake thickness profile along the cuboid crossflow filtration setup geometry as well as the well bore geometry are introduced. The first equation is obtained from the analysis of forces acting on a deposited particle at the outermost limit of the external cake. The second equation is obtained from the volume conversation of the transporting fluid in the given geometry. Coupling the two equations yields an implicit solution of the cake profile. Boundary conditions are required as well as the quantification of an empirical factor that can be quantified experimentally. Experiments conducted were analysed and the empirical friction coefficient was quantified and presented. Simulations based on the developed solution are also presented. Copyright 2005, Society of Petroleum Engineers.|
|Description:||SPE paper 94635|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 6|
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