## Abstract

he quadratic method of programming is used to solve the following type of problem. A circular reservoir is subjected to a peripheral waterflood. The reservoir is drained by wells arranged in 3 concentric circles. The objective is to control the operation of producing wells, that a maximum quantity of water-free oil will be produced. The wells are flowed so that bottomhole pressure is above the bubble point. A quadratic equation is used to express the essential features of the problem; a system of linear equations is used to express the boundary conditions. The problem is solved by means of the Wolf algorithm method. The method is demonstrated by an illustrative example.

## Citation Formats

Korotkov, S F, and Khalitov, N T.
Application of a quadratic method of programming to a particular problem of a rational development of a waterflooded field.
USSR: N. p.,
1965.
Web.

Korotkov, S F, & Khalitov, N T.
Application of a quadratic method of programming to a particular problem of a rational development of a waterflooded field.
USSR.

Korotkov, S F, and Khalitov, N T.
1965.
"Application of a quadratic method of programming to a particular problem of a rational development of a waterflooded field."
USSR.

@misc{etde_7056582,

title = {Application of a quadratic method of programming to a particular problem of a rational development of a waterflooded field}

author = {Korotkov, S F, and Khalitov, N T}

abstractNote = {he quadratic method of programming is used to solve the following type of problem. A circular reservoir is subjected to a peripheral waterflood. The reservoir is drained by wells arranged in 3 concentric circles. The objective is to control the operation of producing wells, that a maximum quantity of water-free oil will be produced. The wells are flowed so that bottomhole pressure is above the bubble point. A quadratic equation is used to express the essential features of the problem; a system of linear equations is used to express the boundary conditions. The problem is solved by means of the Wolf algorithm method. The method is demonstrated by an illustrative example.}

journal = {Izv. Vyssh. Uchebn. Zaved., Neft Gaz; (USSR)}

volume = {5}

journal type = {AC}

place = {USSR}

year = {1965}

month = {Jan}

}

title = {Application of a quadratic method of programming to a particular problem of a rational development of a waterflooded field}

author = {Korotkov, S F, and Khalitov, N T}

abstractNote = {he quadratic method of programming is used to solve the following type of problem. A circular reservoir is subjected to a peripheral waterflood. The reservoir is drained by wells arranged in 3 concentric circles. The objective is to control the operation of producing wells, that a maximum quantity of water-free oil will be produced. The wells are flowed so that bottomhole pressure is above the bubble point. A quadratic equation is used to express the essential features of the problem; a system of linear equations is used to express the boundary conditions. The problem is solved by means of the Wolf algorithm method. The method is demonstrated by an illustrative example.}

journal = {Izv. Vyssh. Uchebn. Zaved., Neft Gaz; (USSR)}

volume = {5}

journal type = {AC}

place = {USSR}

year = {1965}

month = {Jan}

}