Dr. Hayadavoudi Report # 4 - PETE 493 Due Date: October 27,...

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Due Date: October 27, 2008 PETE 493 Date Submitted: October 27, 2008 Coring and Core Quality This laboratory was about learning and understanding coring, core quality, and the coring machine itself in the shop. Two types of sandstone were experimented on with the coring machine with variable speeds and pressure applied to each of the rocks. The coring machine had four different pulleys which produced a different pulley speed. Coring the Berea sandstones, we were to evaluate the effect of rotary speed and the rate of loading on core quality in terms of the least amount of core breakage or core recovery, straightness or the least amount of dogleg, and the integrity of the core wall. A timer was available for us to distinguish which stone, the high or low permeability and porosity rock, to have a faster drilling rate with different speeds and pressures. In our experiment we were to drill a core with a length of 3 ½ inches and a diameter of .5 inches. The core machine included four different pulleys which produced
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2009 for the course PETROLEUM 493 taught by Professor Hayatovodi during the Spring '09 term at University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

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Dr. Hayadavoudi Report # 4 - PETE 493 Due Date: October 27,...

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