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Series: Advances in Petroleum Engineering

Series Editor: Wilson C. Chin

Scope: Advances in Petroleum Engineering focuses on the latest advances in the operations, technologies, and best practices in the field of petroleum engineering, including drilling, reservoir engineering, formation testing, well logging, and many other topics.

About the Series Editor:
Wilson C. Chin, who earned his Ph.D. at M.I.T., has published ten books on original oilfield research, and over one hundred papers and forty patents in well logging and petroleum engineering. He has collaborated with leading companies and universities worldwide and worked extensively in high-data-rate MWD design and advanced electromagnetic algorithm development.

Submission to the series:
The Series is open to Handbooks, authored books, edited volumes, textbooks, as well as the occasional single chapter. To submit a book proposal in the series, send your proposal to:
Phil Carmical, Publisher
1303 Chestnut Ave.
Austin, TX 78702
Phone: (512)203-2236
Email: pcarmical@scrivenerpublishing.com
Skype: pcarmical

Published and Forthcoming Titles

Wave Propagation in Drilling, Well Logging, and Reservoir Applications

Fluid Flow Modeling in Drilling, Well Logging and Reservoir Engineering

Intergrated Fluid Invasion and Electromagnetic Models for Resistivity Logging

 
Resistivity Modeling
Propagation, Laterolog and Micro-Pad Analysis
By Wilson C. Chin
Copyright: 2017 2017   |   Status: Published   |   Hardcover
 
A petroleum engineer well-known around the world, the author of this latest installment in the “Advances in Petroleum Engineering” series, presents cutting-edge new techniques in reservoir engineering, such as resistivity algorithms that model AC coil tool and DC laterolog and micro-pad device response, to facilitate advanced interpretation and “time lapse logging,” integrated with Darcy flow models for saturation via Archie’s law to provide general descriptions for field resistivities which vary with space and time.