mobility ratio


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mobility ratio

[mō′bil·əd·ē ‚rā·shō]
(petroleum engineering)
The ratio of the mobility of the driving fluid (such as water) to that of the driven fluid (such as gas) in a petroleum reservoir.
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Laboratory results show that when the slug volume of the injecting fluid increases, more oil is recovered due to more reduction of mobility ratio of water to the oil.
In the Athabasca oil (m = 4) for Case C, the relatively rapid change of the slope of the velocity profile reflects the effect of higher gas to oil mobility ratio and higher dimensionless parameter, m.
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