Rise in core

The rise in core (RIC) method is an alternate reservoir wettability characterization method described by S. Ghedan and C. H. Canbaz in 2014. The method enables estimation of all wetting regions such as strongly water wet, water wet, intermediate water and oil wet, oil wet and strongly oil wet regions in relatively quick, accurate measurements in terms of Contact angle rather than wettability index.


The rise in core (RIC) method is an alternate reservoir wettability characterization method described by S. Ghedan and C. H. Canbaz in 2014. The method enables estimation of all wetting regions such as strongly water wet, water wet, intermediate water and oil wet, oil wet and strongly oil wet regions in relatively quick, accurate measurements in terms of Contact angle rather than wettability index.
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