Christian Okoye Lab 1 - The University of Lafayette...

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The University of Lafayette Louisiana Department of Petroleum Engineering Experiment No. 1 Unconsolidated Sand Sieve Analysis PETE 394 Reservoir Mech Lab Date Performed: 26 January 2009 Date Submitted: 2 February 2009 Submitted to: Dr. Christian U. Okoye Signature:____________________________ , D. Team Members: G 1
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Engineering Report No. 1 Unconsolidated Sand Sieve Analysis Table of Contents Page I. Abstract 3 II. Introduction 3 III. Apparatus and Procedure 4 IV. Discussion 5 V. Conclusion 6 VI. Recommendations 6 VII. References 6 VIII. Appendix 6 IX. Data 7-8 2
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Abstract: The purpose of this experiment is to accumulate a good description of the particle size which makes up sediments and sedimentary rocks. We used different instruments and equipment to determine different calculations such as screen weight, sand weight, sand retained, and sand passing through the sieves. Sieve analysis is the distinctive routine carried out on a formation sand sample for the selection of the proper size gravel pack sand. Formulas are used to determine calculations for example the uniformity
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