The 1st model from the SPE-72469-PA paper is a two-phase immiscible dead oil-dry gas comparative study. The problem description can be found in: Cristie M.A. et al. 2001 Tenth SPE Comparative Solution Project: A Comparison of Upscaling Techniques. SPE Res. Eval. Eng. 4(4):308-317. DOI: 10.1007/10.2118/72469-PA. The problem involves a vertical cross-section with highly heterogeneous permeability distribution. Porosity distribution is uniform. Initially, the reservoir is filled with oil. There are two wells on opposite sides of the cross-section, completed in every layer. Gas is injected via one well subject to constant injection rate. The second well is operating under constant bottom-hole pressure. Injection results in gas sweep toward production well through high permeable pathways. The buoyancy results in that gas is migrating closer to the caprock rather that to the reservoir basement. Here, we consider the full problem, not applying any upscaling technique. The oil and gas production rates and production totals as well as pressure, oil saturation and gas saturation should be reported.
|SPE10A.RUN||2015.D||Input file for the 10th SPE Comparative Study (model 1).|
|SPE10A.pvsm||-||ParaView state file for the output visualization and postprocessing.|