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E3 Journal of Scientific Research

E3 Journal of Scientific Research Vol. 1 (1) pp. 001-006, March 2012; © E3 Journals; ISSN 2276-9919

Simulation of ionic transport for estimation of hydraulic conductivity by history matching electric log measurements with Modflow and MT3D

Chris Russell *
2308 Interstate Ave. Grand Junction, CO 81505, 970.433.4829
*Corresponding Author E-mail: chrisrussellphd@yahoo.com
Accepted 1 January 2012


It was found that the hydraulic conductivity (permeability) of a formation could be estimated by history matching the invasion of a known mud filtrate into a known water quality (resistivity) of an aquifer. A drilled well is modeled, varying permeability, in a reservoir simulator until the invasion parameters of a contaminant transport model matches the resistivity curves made on an electric well log for a given set of data.

Keywords: TDS = total dissolved solids; ppm = part per million or mg/l; ohmm = ohm meter; mho = seimens; SI Metric Conversion Factors; ft x 3.048; E-01 = m; ft2 x 9.290 340 E-02 = m2; ft3 x 2.831 685 E-02 = m3; bbl x 1.589 873 E-01 = m3; gal x 6.677 467 E+01 = m3; acre x 4.046873 E-01= ha;

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