EOR (Oil Recovery Enhancement) Technology Using Shock Wave in the Fluid

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In this research the alternative method is presented increases of oil recovery of an oil collector. Shock wave impact on layer. The technology is developed, advantage of this method is shown in comparison with layer hydraulic fracturing. For increase oil recovery and restoration of wells the traditional is widely applied technology of hydraulic fracturing of layer (flyuding), allowing on the short period to recover a well. Sense of a flyuding that hydrostatic pressure is created is considerable exceeding mountain and bringing to a rupture of a collector on one or several cracks. In this work the alternative technique of increase in oil recovery is offered by creation of a shock wave small intensity in the bottom fluid. With a high frequency of repeatability set of blows increases quantity of micro cracks in collector rock, increasing coefficient of permeability of layer without breaking its connectivity.

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Bale V. Reddy, Shishir Kumar Sahu, A. Kandasamy and Manuel de La Sen

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297-303

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M. Petrichenko et al., "EOR (Oil Recovery Enhancement) Technology Using Shock Wave in the Fluid", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 627, pp. 297-303, 2014

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