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Combustion kinetics of heavy oils in porous media
M Cinar, LM Castanier, AR Kovscek
Energy & Fuels 25 (10), 4438-4451, 2011
1322011
Predictability of crude oil in-situ combustion by the isoconversional kinetic approach
M Cinar, B Hascakir, LM Castanier, AR Kovscek
SPE Journal 16 (03), 537-547, 2011
702011
Isoconversional kinetic analysis of the combustion of heavy hydrocarbons
M Cinar, LM Castanier, AR Kovscek
Energy & Fuels 23 (8), 4003-4015, 2009
662009
Temperature transient analysis of slightly compressible, single-phase reservoirs
M Onur, M «inar
SPE Europec featured at EAGE Conference and Exhibition?, SPE-180074-MS, 2016
652016
An investigation of recent deconvolution methods for well-test data analysis
M Onur, M Cinar, D Ilk, PP Valko, TA Blasingame, PS Hegeman
SPE Journal 13 (02), 226-247, 2008
592008
Transient temperature behavior and analysis of single-phase liquid-water geothermal reservoirs during drawdown and buildup tests: Part I. Theory, new analytical and approximate†…
Y Palabiyik, M Onur, OI Tureyen, M Cinar
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 146, 637-656, 2016
412016
Kinetics of crude-oil combustion in porous media interpreted using isoconversional methods
M Cinar
Stanford University, 2011
412011
Analysis of sandface-temperature-transient data for slightly compressible, single-phase reservoirs
M Onur, M Cinar
Spe Journal 22 (04), 1134-1155, 2017
362017
A new non-isothermal lumped-parameter model for low temperature, liquid dominated geothermal reservoirs and its applications
M Onur, H Sarak, OI Tureyen, M Cinar, A Satman
33rd Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering, Stanford University, USA, 2008
322008
Improved analysis of the kinetics of crude-oil in-situ combustion
M Cinar, LM Castanier, AR Kovscek
SPE Western Regional Meeting, SPE-113948-MS, 2008
302008
A comparative study of recent robust deconvolution algorithms for well-test and production-data analysis
M Cinar, D Ilk, M Onur, PP Valko, TA Blasingame
SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition?, SPE-102575-MS, 2006
302006
A combined experimental and simulation workflow to improve predictability of in situ combustion
M Bazargan, B Chen, M Cinar, G Glatz, A Lapene, Z Zhu, L Castanier, ...
SPE Western Regional Meeting, SPE-144599-MS, 2011
292011
Transient temperature behavior and analysis of single-phase liquid-water geothermal reservoirs during drawdown and buildup tests: Part II. Interpretation and analysis†…
M Onur, Y Palabiyik, OI Tureyen, M Cinar
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 146, 657-669, 2016
282016
Modeling and analysis of temperature transient sandface and wellbore temperature data from variable rate well test data
M Onur, M Cinar
SPE Europec featured at EAGE Conference and Exhibition?, D041S011R004, 2017
242017
Reservoir characterization using dynamic capacitance–resistance model with application to shut-in and horizontal wells
M Salehian, M «żnar
Journal of Petroleum Exploration and Production Technology 9, 2811-2830, 2019
232019
Effect of pressure on the isoconversional in situ combustion kinetic analysis of Bati Raman crude oil
E Anto-Darkwah, M Cinar
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 143, 44-53, 2016
172016
Interpretation of temperature transient data from coupled reservoir and wellbore model for single phase fluids
C Alan, M Cinar
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 209, 109913, 2022
132022
Investigation of the combustion characteristics of Bati Raman oil with sand
M Deniz-Paker, M Cinar
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 157, 793-805, 2017
132017
Creating enhanced geothermal systems in depleted oil reservoirs via in situ combustion
M Cinar, IA Kampusu
Proceedings of the Thirty-Eighth Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir†…, 2013
122013
Reservoir management through characterization of smart fields using capacitance-resistance models
M Salehian, C Temizel, IM Gok, M Cinar, MY Alklih
Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference, D031S075R003, 2018
72018
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