Special core analysis

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In the petroleum industry, special core analysis, often abbreviated SCAL or SPCAN, is a laboratory procedure[1] for conducting flow experiments on core plugs taken from a petroleum reservoir. Special core analysis is distinguished from "routine or conventional core analysis" by adding more experiments, in particular including measurements of two-phase flow properties, determining relative permeability and capillary pressure.

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  • Roxense, SCAL data analysis package
  • Sendra, commercial simulator to aid in SCAL experiments

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