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Evolution of Steam Chamber During Oil Recovery by Steam-Assisted Gravity Drainage Method and more art by [11] Anastasiia Kostina

Evolution of Steam Chamber During Oil Recovery by Steam-Assisted Gravity Drainage Method, 2020
189 x 189 x 1 cm (h x w x d)
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The picture illustrates evolution of steam chamber in case of non-homogeneous injection of steam pressure along the horizontal wellbore. The main objects in the picture are differently scaled miniatures of the oil reservoir.

Each miniature shows steam distribution produced by neighboring horizontal wells in cross-sections of the reservoir. The smallest miniature corresponds to the initial stage of oil recovery and the largest one describes steam distribution in the reservoir at the final stage.

Evolution shows that steam chambers in each cross-section have their own unique time of coalescence. Complete coalescence of steam chambers in every point of the reservoir is presented in the central object.



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