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COURSE SYLLABUS

ENPE 470 Reservoir Modeling


Instructor:

Dr. Fanhua (Bill) Zeng


Office: PTRC 202.3
Phone: 337-2526
E-mail: fanhua.zeng@uregina.ca

Lecture Hours: MW, 11:30-12:45, Sept 7 Dec. 6, 2016


Classroom: ED616
Office Hours: W 1:30 3:30
Course Website: URCOURSES
Course Description
Understand the basic theory of reservoir modeling and use CMGs reservoir simulators to
solve reservoir engineering problems too complex for classical analytical techniques.
Textbook:
(1) Zeng, ENPE 470 Reservoir modeling: Class notes, distributed through the
course website.
(2) Ertekin, Abou-Kassem and King: Basic Applied Reservoir Simulation, SPE
Textbook 7, 2001.
Reference Book:
(3) CMG Users Guide
(4) Mttax and Dalton, Reservoir Simulation, SPE Monograph Volume 13
(5) Carlson, Practical Reservoir Simulation
Course Notes: Other handouts will be distributed in the course website.
Table of Content:
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Overview of Reservoir Simulation by Using CMG
Chapter 3: Simple 1-D linear flow
Chapter 4: 1-D 1-Phase Flow
Chapter 5: 2-D/3-D Linear flow
Chapter 6: 1-Phase Reservoir Simulation
Chapter 7: Multi-phase Reservoir Simulation
Chapter 8: Accuracy of Reservoir Simulation
Chapter 9: History match
Chapter 10: Projects

Course Projects:
(1) Two course projects
(2) Each group has 2 students
Grading:

Assignments:
Class Attendance+In-Class exercises:
Project:
Mid-term Exam:
Final Exam:

5%
10%
20%
30%
35%

Class policy:

No form of cheating will be tolerated.


Any form of cheating, including looking at another students paper during an
exam, exchanging information during an exam, using another persons work as
your own, etc, will be filed with the Deans office.
Academic
integrity
and
student
behavior:
http://www.uregina.ca/president/executive-team/ed-governance-univsecretary/student-appeals/student-behaviour.html
From the U of R Undergraduate Calendar
(http://www.uregina.ca/student/registrar/publications/undergraduatecalendar/current.html):
15.14.2.2 Cheating
Cheating constitutes academic misconduct. Cheating is dishonest behaviour (or
the attempt to behave dishonestly),usually in tests or examinations. It includes:

unless explicitly authorized by the course instructor or examiner, using


books, notes, diagrams, electronic devices, or any other aids during an
examination, either in the examination room itself or when permitted to
leave temporarily;
copying from the work of other students;
communicating with others during an examination to give or receive
information, either in the examination room or outside it;
consulting others on a take-home examination (unless authorized by the
course instructor);
commissioning or allowing another person to write an examination on
ones behalf;
not following the rules of an examination;
using for personal advantage, or communicating to other students, advance
knowledge of the content of an examination (for example, if permitted to
write an examination early);

altering answers on an assignment or examination that has been returned;


taking an examination
Message from the Dean
The University of Regina is committed to academic integrity and to the
maintenance of "an environment that is free from harassment, discrimination,
and
intimidation"
(http://www.uregina.ca/president/executive-team/edgovernance-univ-secretary/student-appeals/student-behaviour.html).

We as professional engineers are obliged to conduct ourselves "in an honourable


and ethical manner, upholding the values of truth, honesty and trustworthiness,
and shall safeguard human life and welfare and the environment" (Code of
Ethics,
posted
under
Regulatory
Bylaws
on
http://www.apegs.ca/Portal/Pages/Act-Bylaws. Keep these values in mind as you
complete your studies at U of R, and as you practice engineering in the future,
they will serve you well.