Relative permeability is the ratio of the effective permeability of a fluid to the absolute permeability of the rock which is an indication of motion ability of the fluid in the presence of another fluid in a porous media. It is totally affiliated to saturation level.
Experiment Description
 
Water (or oil) is injected in a suitable pressure to the plug saturated with oil (or water). By measuring the volume of oil and water at the outlet, water-oil relative permeability curves are obtained for imbibition or drainage utiliz¬ing Jones & Roszelle Method.
Professional Services Specification (URP-PS01)
·Pore Pressure: up to 6,000 Psi
·Confining Pressure Required: up to 6,300 Psi
·Core Diameter: 1.5" (Other upon Request)
·Core Length: 2" To 6" (Other upon Request)
·Pressure Taps: Inlet and Outlet of Core Holder
·Core Holder Position: Horizontal
·Wetted Parts: Stainless Steel
·Input Power Supply: 220 VAC, 50 Hz
·Working Temperature: 150°C ±0.1 'C
·Separator Working Pressure: Atmospheric Pressure
·Separator Working Temperature: Ambient
·Separator Volume Accuracy: 0.01 ml
·Pressure Accuracy: 0.05% FS.
·Computer Controlled System
·User Friendly Automated Data Acquisition, Calculating And Reporting
Software Fast Measurement System
High pressure syringe pump is required.
 
This apparatus is also available in Basic Research (URP-BR01) and Professional Research (URP-PR01) models
Unsteady State Relative Permeameter
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