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Title: TI-59 Reservoir engineering manual. [Texas Instruments-59 Calculator Programs]

Abstract

Twenty-seven reservoir engineering programs to be used with the Texas Instruments-59 programmable calculator are presented. The programs include methods, equations, and flow charts which describe the required input and resulting output. Also given with each program is an example and a program listing. (JMT)

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6404455
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Book
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United States
Language:
English
Subject:
02 PETROLEUM; 03 NATURAL GAS; CALCULATORS; PROGRAMMING; RESERVOIR ENGINEERING; CALCULATION METHODS; FLUID FLOW; PETROLEUM DEPOSITS; RESERVOIR ROCK; ENGINEERING; GEOLOGIC DEPOSITS; MINERAL RESOURCES; RESOURCES; 020300* - Petroleum- Drilling & Production; 030300 - Natural Gas- Drilling, Production, & Processing

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Hollo, R., and Fifadara, H. TI-59 Reservoir engineering manual. [Texas Instruments-59 Calculator Programs]. United States: N. p., 1980. Web.
Hollo, R., & Fifadara, H. TI-59 Reservoir engineering manual. [Texas Instruments-59 Calculator Programs]. United States.
Hollo, R., and Fifadara, H. 1980. "TI-59 Reservoir engineering manual. [Texas Instruments-59 Calculator Programs]". United States. doi:.
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