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Unsteady State Relative Permeability

Unsteady State Relative Permeability

Overview: 

 

Relative permeabilities refer to multiphase flow conditions. The relative permeabilities will allow you to have a comparison of the ability of each fluid to flow with respect to other when two or more fluids are present in the rock. Relative permeabilities are saturation dependent. At MetaRock Laboratories we have the capability of measuring relative permeability in the lab. This type of data will allow to obtain relative permeability curves, input data that is useful for reservoir engineers and petrophysicists for reservoir models.  

Our EOR experts will help you come up with an optimum laboratory testing program for measuring relative permeabilities and relative permeability curves for validating your models and evaluate the petrophysical properties in your fields. 

 

Specs: 

 

Recommended for high permeability rocks 

 

Recommended Sample Dimensions: 

 

  • Length: 2”   

  • Diameter: 1” 

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