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The Quantitative Measurement of Inflowing Stream Composition with the Use of Distributed Moisture Meters

R.A. Valiullin, R.F. Sharafutdinov, R.T. Khabirov, K.R. Ahmetov, U.G. Misnikov, I.R. Bakiev, S.G. Kudryashova

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DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.18599/grs.53.3.7

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The paper deals with the problems associated with determining the composition of fluid in the horizontal wellbore according to measurements data made by distributed moisture meters in apparatus Agate kg-42. It is shown that the quantitative measurement for oil-water system is possible only in the areas of flow rate not less than 50-100 m3/day at an inclination from the horizontal from -0.1 ° to 0.1 °. Thereat water volume ratio less than 0.12 and more than 0.88 is not registered. For oil-gas system quantitative assessment is possible only in the areas of flow rate not less than 100-200 m3/day at the down flow and inclination from the horizontal from 0° to -0.1°. At higher flow rate range grows for angles for which quantitative processing is possible. At inclination higher than 30 degree on upward areas it is necessary to use density determination methods (gamma densitometer, manometry in stationary operating condition of the well).

two-phase flow, lamellar flow state, phase flow rate

Bashkir State University
Surgutneftegas, JSC

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Valiullin R.A., Sharafutdinov R.F., Khabirov R.T., Ahmetov K.R., Misnikov U.G., Bakiev I.R., Kudryashova S.G. The Quantitative Measurement of Inflowing Stream Composition with the Use of Distributed Moisture Meters. Georesursy [Georesources]. No. 3(53). 2013. Pp. 21-24.