Once you feature nonheritable bottomhole pressing data, you need to understand how to explain the data received. Because reservoir pressure data point has many applications, interpreting it wrongly could skew results elsewhere. This article discusses standardisation of data, unchanging pressures, pressure-depth plots, and the effect of capillary pressure.
Ideally, pressing should be recorded incessantly during a transient test. first results are obtained once the bottom-hole pressure is measured, though boundary pressures frequently can be converted to bottom-hole measure if adequate information is on tap active the wellbore system. It is ordinarily beneficial to phonograph record bottom-hole, tubing-head, and casing-head pressures during a well test.
The press drop experienced in lifting supply fluids to the surface is one of the main factors affecting fit deliverability. As much as 80% of the total force loss in a flowing fit may occur in lifting the reservoir fluid to the surface. Wellbore motion demonstration relates to estimating the pressure-rate relationship in the wellbore as the reservoir fluids move to the bound through the tubulars.