عنوان مقاله [English]
Relative permeability is one of the most important parameters affecting reservoir performance; it is determined from experimental measurements (e.g. cores), which can be time consuming and costly. Considering the relationship between relative permeability and resistivity, the relative permeability of phase diagrams (wet and nonwet) can be estimated by using resistivity data. This study determined the relative permeability by using resistivity logs in one of the Iran oil fields and compared it with experimental results. In view of the availability of resistivity logs from oil wells, this research can play an important role in the feasibility study of estimating the relative permeability by resistivity logs, which could be valuable in terms of saving time, economics, and dynamic reservoir simulation.