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This a pack of book and CD. This is one of the best tools that the reservoir engineer has at his disposal, allowing the engineer and geologist to create the most efficient and cost effective plan possible for drilling and production. If your simulation is faulty, too general or inaccurate in any way, this can affect the production, cost and time spent at the site, which affects the bottom line. Any of these problems can happen when a simulation is generated from a program that is outdated, an unproven method or even a set of equations that use too much guesswork. This book offers a practical, real-world approach to solving reservoir simulation problems. As a reference for the engineer in the field, it offers a new approach using more mathematical models for the engineer to devise his or her own approach to a particular problem.
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Mohammad Reza Eslami (born in Tehran, Iran) is a Professor in Mechanical Engineering at Tehran Polytechnic (Amirkabir University of Technology), Tehran, Iran.
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