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Figure 7.9: Water saturations in the three-dimensional domain with fractures
after 181 days of injection; capillary pressures in the rock matrix are positive
before are shown in figure 7.10. The effectiveness of the sweep due to imbibition
is best illustrated with the plan view of water saturation at z equal of 25 feet after
1003 days of injection (shown in figure 7.11.
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