At SCL, we offer not only qualification testing but also expertise in computer numerical modeling and analysis of downhole completion systems. By constructing numerical models, we can analyze the performance of downhole equipment under fluid flow conditions. This service can be characterized as an analytical study of physical and chemical processes in the near-wellbore space. Such studies provide additional insights into the potential use of downhole equipment and complement qualification testing studies. In some cases, analytical studies are necessary to properly set up the physical testing of equipment. For instance, to test the wire screen’s erosion resistance and durability, we need to create an erosion model of the screen surface, calculate it, and set the erosion test parameters accordingly. Thus, computer modeling is an essential component of equipment qualification testing.
Fluid inflow model is built according to formation permeability data near the well. The model allows predicting the inflow profile, identifying areas of unproductive sections of the well, and determining the characteristics of fittings when using the ICD. The simulation result can be represented in the form of fluid flow profile diagrams along the well.
This service includes fluid flow computer simulation through downhole equipment. This modeling allows to analyze equipment performance in different reservoir conditions and fluid flow regimes.
Numerical equipment erosion model;It is necessary to simulate this process to assess the impact of erosion over the long term. The model is verified based on physical tests of erosion impact. The computational model can be effectively used to select the wire profile of the slot screen.
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