Coring Methods and SystemsCoring Methods and Systems



This book is a practical guide to downhole rock sampling and coring concepts, methods, systems, and procedures for practitioners and researchers.

Author: Rahman Ashena

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319777337

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This book is a practical guide to downhole rock sampling and coring concepts, methods, systems, and procedures for practitioners and researchers. Its chapters are based upon years of extensive studies and research about the coring methods and via direct and continuous communication and consultation obtained from various service and operator companies such as Baker Hughes GE, NOV, OMV, and Sandvik. The contributors discuss the state-of-the-art coring methods and systems (mainly used in the petroleum industry), which include: · conventional coring; · wireline continuous coring; · invasion mitigation coring (low invasion, gel coring, sponge coring); · jam-detection, anti-jamming, full closure; · safe-coring and tripping; · oriented-coring; · pressure/in-situ coring; · logging-while-coring; · motor coring; · mini-coring; · coiled Tubing Coring; and · underbalanced coring. The contributors provide practical and applicable understanding of the procedures of these coring methods and systems, as well as the specific core barrel components, working mechanisms, and schematics of the tools and processes used. Because Coring Methods and Systems analyses and compares the core barrels used in both petroleum and mining industries, it enhances the communication and may allow knowledge transfer between the two industries. As core damage is a serious issue during coring and handling jeopardizing correct calibration of exploration data, Coring Methods and Systems has greatly focused on its identification and its mitigation. Therefore, it can be used as an ideal source for geologists, core analysts, and reservoir engineers, to ensure the retrieval of high-quality cores.

Transactions of the ASAE Transactions of the ASAE



Results problems caused by current agricultural and manufacturing agree with
conventional soil coring methods . The device is methods . The systems
approach , looking at all impacts of a transportable , easy to use , requires little
water to ...

Author: American Society of Agricultural Engineers

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ISBN: CHI:45749506

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An Inexpensive Portable Vibracoring System for Shallow water and Land ApplicationAn Inexpensive Portable Vibracoring System for Shallow water and Land Application



Initially, pneumatic coring systems deployed from ships and barges were
designed to obtain cores on the Inner Continental Shelf ... A method was also
devised to extract less than 10-foot (3 meters) cores without the use of the 14-foot
tripod.

Author: Kenneth Finkelstein

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015095031665

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Page: 15

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Determination of Residual Oil SaturationDetermination of Residual Oil Saturation



In some instances , salt / gel or pregelatinized starch muds have į been used 5 - 7
as the coring fluid when coring to evaluate ... 2 - 6 - 17 CORING METHODS
Coring service companies offer wireline coring systems , CORING METHODS.

Author: Interstate Oil Compact Commission

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ISBN: UCAL:B4489163

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Page: 302

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Three dimensional Ground water Modeling in Depositional Systems Wilcox Group Oakwood Salt Dome Area East TexasThree dimensional Ground water Modeling in Depositional Systems Wilcox Group Oakwood Salt Dome Area East Texas



Disturbance during coring was minimized by use of a coring method designed
especially to recover unconsolidated sediments , which involved an expandable
rubber sleeve that encases and protects the core as it enters the core barrel .

Author: Graham E. Fogg

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ISBN: UIUC:30112026793932

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Page: 55

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A three-dimensional model was constructed of ground-water flow in the Wilcox-Carrizo aquifer system near Oakwood salt dome to facilitate understanding the hydrogeology around salt domes of the Gulf interior region and ultimately to evaluate the hydrologic suitability of Oakwood Dome for storage of high-level nuclear waste.

ProceedingsProceedings



Neither is this method suitable for various test applications involving analysis of
chemical properties . Coring systems , providing representative seabed samples ,
are typically preferred in these latter types of investigations . Coring requires ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015049108056

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Paleoseismicity Derived from Piston coring Methods Explorer and Juan de Fuca Plate Systems British ColumbiaPaleoseismicity Derived from Piston coring Methods Explorer and Juan de Fuca Plate Systems British Columbia



New results presented here are the first attempt to constrain large earthquake shaking on the boundary between these plates and determine if the Explorer Plate experiences strong shaking during very large quakes.

Author: Michael Riedel

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ISBN: 0660036207

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The history of very large subduction zone earthquakes on the western North American margin has been established through analysis of sedimentary deposits of the continental slope that record the events in turbidite sequences. Details and the geographic limits of areas affected by shaking by large earthquakes are not well constrained in the northern portion of the subduction zone including the northern Juan de Fuca Plate and the Explorer Plate. New results presented here are the first attempt to constrain large earthquake shaking on the boundary between these plates and determine if the Explorer Plate experiences strong shaking during very large quakes. These initial results suggest that the Explorer Plate does not experience strong shaking during subduction events.

JOIDES JournalJOIDES Journal



Gas and liquid sampling from nonpermeable formations would be highly
desirable , but no methods for accomplishing this are now available or in
development . Developing a pressure coring system continues to be an
engineering priority at ...

Author: Joint Oceanographic Institutions for Deep Earth Sampling

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ISBN: CHI:38700435

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