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Calibration of the gas effect using neutron, density, and gamma-ray-intensity wire-line logs
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in [Reston, Va.?]
Written in English
|Other titles||Calibration of the gas effect using neutron, density, and gamma-ray-intensity wire-line logs.|
|Statement||by Timothy C. Hester.|
|Series||Open-file report -- 99-128., U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 99-128.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||23|
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Calibration of the "gas effect" using neutron, density, and gamma-ray-intensity wire-line logs (OCoLC) Print version: Hester, T.C. Calibration of the "gas effect" using neutron, density, and gamma-ray-intensity wire-line logs (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book.
Calibration of the "gas effect" using neutron, density, and gamma-ray-intensity wire-line logs (OCoLC) Microfiche version: Hester, T.C. Calibration of the "gas effect" using neutron, density, and gamma-ray-intensity wire-line logs (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet.
The neutron-density logs combination and resistivity log s were u sed for the identification and characterization of various fluids in th e reservoir zone.
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This study presents results of log analysis from Mpapai well, which is located in the East Pande Block, southern coast of Tanzania. The study aimed at assessing the hydrocarbon potential of lithological units encountered during drilling of Mpapai well.
To achieve the general objective, suites of wire-line logs from Mpapai well were used for the : Aneth L. Lyaka, Gabriel D.
Mulibo. These results are Calibration of the gas effect using neutron with a more conventional approach of using a combination of gamma-ray, sonic, resistivity, neutron, and density logs. Logs depicting natural gamma emission (K, U, Th), bulk density, sonic travel time and resistivity were utilised, as was the borehole televiewer for fracture control.
Selected data from these logs were correlated with parameters of source richness, hydrocarbon content and by: 16 Understanding the density log The various density logs actually measure the electron density, RhoE, of the medium by measuring the gamma spectrum in the areas where the compton scattering dominates.
With increasing density the gamma ray intensity will be reduced in the entire spectrum. Book contents; Standard Handbook of Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering. Standard Handbook of Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering. Volume 1.Pages 4 - Drilling and Well Completions.
Author links open overlay panel Frederick E. Beck Ph.D. Daniel E. Boone (Consultant) Cited by: The density depends on fluid density and matrix density in porous formation. The detectors measure the gamma rays flux resulting from scattering and absorption effect of the formation. The higher the formation density, the lower the gamma ray intensity at the detectors.
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Full text of "Vol 5 Reservoir Engineering And Petrophysics" See other formats. Aeration with air or gas reduces the density of the mud and allows for faster drilling rates. The lighter aerated mud does not develop as much pressure on bottom as a normal mud.
The lower pressure allows the cuttings made by the bit to easily break away from the bit's cutters; the cutters therefore always contact fresh, undrilled formation. Bibliogov Calibration of the Gas Effect Using Neutron, Density, and Gamma-Ray-Intensity Wire-Line Logs: Open-File Report by T C Hes.
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The effect of temperatures on color development had been previously studied in an effort to achieve agreement between the two methods of calibration. Calibration curves were prepared using ml volumetric flasks and midget impingers immersed in a 0°C ice bath.
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