Pore scale study of water alternating gas (WAG) injection using high-pressure micromodels with different conditions of wettability

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Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2000
EventSPE PhD Student Contest, European Petroleum Conference - Paris, France
Duration: 24 Oct 200025 Oct 2000

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ConferenceSPE PhD Student Contest, European Petroleum Conference
CountryFrance
CityParis
Period24/10/0025/10/00

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Sohrabi Sedeh, M. (2000). Pore scale study of water alternating gas (WAG) injection using high-pressure micromodels with different conditions of wettability. Paper presented at SPE PhD Student Contest, European Petroleum Conference, Paris, France.
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Sohrabi Sedeh, M 2000, 'Pore scale study of water alternating gas (WAG) injection using high-pressure micromodels with different conditions of wettability' Paper presented at SPE PhD Student Contest, European Petroleum Conference, Paris, France, 24/10/00 - 25/10/00, .

Pore scale study of water alternating gas (WAG) injection using high-pressure micromodels with different conditions of wettability. / Sohrabi Sedeh, Mehran.

2000. Paper presented at SPE PhD Student Contest, European Petroleum Conference, Paris, France.

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