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A new method to construct reservoir capillary pressure curves using NMR log data and its application


Applied Geophysics 5.2
A new method to construct reservoir capillary pressure curves using NMR log data and its application

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Accession: 036989197

DOI: 10.1007/s11770-008-0017-3



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