Incorporating electrostatic effects into the effective stress relation — Insights from chalk experiments

  • Anders Nermoen, Reidar Inge Korsnes, Eirik Vika Storm, Trond Stødle, Merete Vadla Madland, Ida Lykke Fabricius
  • Geophysics, May 2018, Society of Exploration Geophysicists
  • DOI: 10.1190/geo2016-0607.1

The stiffness and strength of chalks depends on pore fluids, temperature and duration of exposure.

What is it about?

We found systematic dependencies in how the mechanical properties changed. We used the experiments to expand the effective stress relation.

Why is it important?

This is important because the effective stress that drive deformation can be estimated from reservoir flow models.

Perspectives

Anders Nermoen
International Research Institute of Stavanger

Use experimental data and makes it applicable to reservoir cases in which reservoir mechanics can be calculated from flow and temperature models.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1190/geo2016-0607.1

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