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Heat Required to Increase Temperature of Reservoir Formula and Calculator
Amount of Heat Required to Increase the Temperature of Reservoir Formula and Calculator
Eq. 1
Q = 43,560 · V_{r} · M_{r} · (T_{f}  T_{i})
Where:
V_{r } = Volume of Reservoir (acre ft)
M_{r} = Volumetric Heat Capacity of
Reservoir (BTU/ft^{3} F)
T_{i} = Initial Temperature (K)
T_{f} = Final Temperature
(K)
Q = Amount of Heat Required to Increase the Temperature (BTU)
Source: Reference: Prats, M. 1986. Thermal Recovery. Society of Petroleum Engineers, New York, Chapter: 5, Page: 41.
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