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Abstract

Coreflood experiments for obtaining relative permeability curves are often subjected to capillary effect which is neglected in the laboratory data interpretation. Due to the well-known capillary end-effect the water saturation distribution prior to start of a flooding experiment is often non-uniform. In addition the saturation at different location of the core has experienced different saturation history, which might make hvsteresis effect significant in the final relative permeability curves.

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1995-05-15
2021-06-14
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