HW #8S. Survey_Solution f02 - 1. Calculate the X, Y, and Z...

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PETROLEUM ENGINEERING 661 Homework #8 Solution The table below gives data from a directional survey. Survey Measured Depth Inclination Azimuth Point ft I , deg A , deg ------------ ------------------------ ---------------- -------------- A 4,100 4 30 B 4,400 7 12 C 4,700 12 12 D 5,200 18 350 Point A has coordinates X = 100 (ft) positive towards the east Y = 100 (ft) positive towards the north Z = 4,000 (ft) TVD, positive downwards The coordinates of the wellhead are (X, Y, Z) = (0, 0, 0)
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Calculate the X, Y, and Z coordinates of points B, C and D using : (i) The Tangential method (ii The Average Angle method (iii) The Radius of Curvature method (iv) The Balanced Tangential method (v) The Minimum Curvature method 2. Plot the results of the survey in horizontal and vertical view (see Figs. 8.17 & 8.18 in text). 3. Calculate and tabulate the horizontal departure and bearing at each point using the Minimum Curvature Method....
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HW #8S. Survey_Solution f02 - 1. Calculate the X, Y, and Z...

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