By L. H. Reiss
Contents: 1. creation. 2. construction geology of fractured reservoirs. three. Use of construction info in fractured reservoirs. four. restoration mechanisms in fractured reservoirs. five. Simulation of fractured reservoirs. 6. software to the advance and exploitation of fractured reservoirs. Appendices. good logging in fractured reservoirs. good functionality and good assessments in fractured reservoirs. dating among the fracture parameters. Compressibility of fractured reservoirs. Multiphase move in fractured reservoirs. Mathematical simulation of fractured reservoirs. Bibliography. Index.
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Furthermore, even if the reactions are theoretically possible, some structures must be more favorable for certain reactions. The species in the partly dehydrogenated hydrocarbon pool responsible for stepwise aromatization seems to “remember” the structure of the hydrocarbon feed. Hardlyanyhexatrienewasformedfrom 2,4-hexadiene, whereas 1,4-hexadiene produced rather high amounts of trans1,3,5-hexatriene (21). Itseemslikelythat there isan aromatizationroute involvingthereaction2-hexene + 2P-hexadiene followedby cyclization of the latter, bypassing the stage of hexatrienes (1 1, 21).