Journal of China University of Petroleum (Edition of Natural Science)

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Journal of China University of Petroleum (Edition of Natural Science) (ISSN: 1673-5005) is a monthly peer-reviewed scopus indexed journal from 2006 to up to now. The publisher of the journal is Ed. Off. Journal of the Univ. Petroleum, China . JCUP welcomes all original papers of engineering, earth science around the world from any sorts of professionals.

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19 Jul 2024


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Journal of China University of Petroleum (Edition of Natural Science)
Heat production law and temperature control method of milling tools for workover under action of thermo-mechanical coupling

The refined control of heating substations is of great significance for on-demand heating provision and for the efficient operation of district heating systems (DHSs). This paper proposes an integrated control strategy for substations based on the prediction of the water-supply temperature and indoor temperature. Firstly, online sequential extreme learning machine (OS-ELM) is used to predict the water-supply temperature. Then, a linear prediction model is established to predict the indoor temperature. Finally, the integrated regulation strategy is established with the goal of minimizing ope

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Experimental validation of properties on new fluidized-bed catalyst cooler

The efficiency of a fluidized bed reactor depends on the bed fluid dynamic behavior, which is significantly influenced by the bubble properties. This work investigates the bubble properties of a bubbling fluidized bed reactor using computational particle fluid dynamic (CPFD) simulations and electrical capacitance tomography (ECT) measurements. The two-dimensional images (along the reactor horizontal and vertical planes) of the fluidized bed are obtained from the CPFD simulations at different operating conditions. The CPFD model was developed in a commercial CPFD software Barracuda Virtual R

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A modeling paradigm for unconventional reservoir parameters based on an interpretable neural network

In the past few decades, the machine learning (or data-driven) approach has been broadly adopted as an alternative to scientific discovery, resulting in many opportunities and challenges. In the oil and gas sector, subsurface reservoirs are heterogeneous porous media involving a large number of complex phenomena, making their characterization and dynamic prediction a real challenge. This study provides a comprehensive overview of recent research that has employed machine learning in three key areas: reservoir characterization, production forecasting, and well test interpretation. The result

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Application of multi-information fusion modeling of fracture-vuggy reservoir in Ordovician reservoir of 12th block in Tahe Oilfield

Ultra-deep (7500–9000 m) Ordovician tight limestone heterogeneous fractured-vuggy reservoir is an important target of FuMan Oilfield in Tarim Basin. The strike-slip fault controlled reservoir is related to formation fracture and dissolution caused by geological stress. The seismic wave-field anomaly characteristics with different energy and irregular waveform are displayed in the seismic profile. Accurate identification of fractured-vuggy reservoirs wrapped in tight limestone is the direct scheme to improve production efficiency. Therefore, a new combination method flow of seismic wav

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Shallow shale gas enrichment model of Taiyang-Haiba in Zhaotong demonstration area

Pore and its structural characteristics are key parameters affecting shale gas reservoir development. Accurate quantitative characterization of shale pore and its structural characteristics is of great significance for evaluating shale reservoir state. In this study, 15 shallow marine shale samples were collected in Well Y108. X-ray diffraction results indicate that brittle minerals are the most common components in shale. In this paper, various pore types are classified and characterized by scanning electron microscope images. The total porosity of shale measured by the mercury intrusion m

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