Experimental testing of mobility predictions in averaged models of viscous fingering

K. S. Sorbie, N. B. Tsibuklis, A. Dwebi

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    In this paper miscible viscous fingering results have been presented for '2D linear' displacement experiments at mobility ratios of approximately M = 4, 11 and 30. Both effluent profiles (recoveries) and pressure drops along the fingers have been measured and the reproducibility of these in each of the experimental cycles in repacked beds is very good. The effluent and pressure behaviour has been modelled using direct fine grid numerical simulation and a number of averaged models of viscous fingering have been evaluated using the experimental pressure data including the Koval, Todd and Longstaff, Fayers and the Odeh and Cohen models. It has been found that direct numerical simulation reproduces both the experimental effluent concentration profiles and the observed pressure drop behaviour very well. However, of the averaged model approaches, the Todd and Longstaff and an equivalent mixing model give the most satisfactory agreement with the observed effective in situ mobilities (pressure drops) in the

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    Title of host publicationProceedings of the 1991 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition
    Pages255-270
    Number of pages16
    VolumeGamma
    Publication statusPublished - 1991
    EventSPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition 1991 -
    Duration: 6 Oct 19919 Oct 1991

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    ConferenceSPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition 1991
    Period6/10/919/10/91

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    Sorbie, K. S., Tsibuklis, N. B., & Dwebi, A. (1991). Experimental testing of mobility predictions in averaged models of viscous fingering. In Proceedings of the 1991 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (Vol. Gamma, pp. 255-270)
    Sorbie, K. S. ; Tsibuklis, N. B. ; Dwebi, A. / Experimental testing of mobility predictions in averaged models of viscous fingering. Proceedings of the 1991 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition. Vol. Gamma 1991. pp. 255-270
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    Sorbie, KS, Tsibuklis, NB & Dwebi, A 1991, Experimental testing of mobility predictions in averaged models of viscous fingering. in Proceedings of the 1991 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition. vol. Gamma, pp. 255-270, SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition 1991, 6/10/91.

    Experimental testing of mobility predictions in averaged models of viscous fingering. / Sorbie, K. S.; Tsibuklis, N. B.; Dwebi, A.

    Proceedings of the 1991 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition. Vol. Gamma 1991. p. 255-270.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

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    Sorbie KS, Tsibuklis NB, Dwebi A. Experimental testing of mobility predictions in averaged models of viscous fingering. In Proceedings of the 1991 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition. Vol. Gamma. 1991. p. 255-270