Streamline simulation theory and practice pdf
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Datta-Gupta A., King M.J. Streamline Simulation: Theory and Practice
Computational Geosciences. Waterflooding is a common secondary oil recovery process. However, a major bottleneck in the optimization framework is the large number of reservoir flow simulations often required. In this work, we propose a new method based on streamline-derived information that significantly reduces these computational costs in addition to making use of the computational efficiency of streamline simulation itself. We seek to maximize the long-term net present value of a waterflood by determining optimal individual well rates, given an expected albeit uncertain oil price and a total fluid injection volume. We approach the optimization problem by decomposing it into two stages which can be implemented in a computationally efficient manner.