@inbook{41e80f67bc9c4b3aaf52f319aa30fb18,

title = "Identification of naturally fractured reservoirs by optimal control methods",

abstract = "The dynamic behavior of naturally fractured petroleum reservoirs is described by a mathematical model based on the assumption that the reservoir rock can be represented by an array of identical, rectangular parallelopipeds where the blocks correspond to the matrix and the spacing between, to the fractures. Material balance conditions imposed on the oil and/or gas phases result, in general, in a coupled set of nonlinear partial differential equations. By solving this system of equations one gets reservoir pressure history. Physical properties of the reservoir such as porosity and permeability and those characterizing the deviation of the behavior of a medium with »double porosity« from that of a homogeneous porous medium are represented by parameters appearing in the model. This paper deals with the problem of determination of the parameters described above in real life naturally fractured reservoirs.",

author = "Anatol Winter",

year = "1981",

month = dec,

day = "30",

doi = "10.22008/gpub/38300",

language = "English",

isbn = "87-421-0725-3",

volume = "1980",

series = "DGU {\AA}rbog",

publisher = "DGU",

pages = "75--89",

booktitle = "DGU {\AA}rbog 1980",

}