Beirut Arab University
Faculty of Engineering
Petroleum department
Ch. 7
Magnetic survey
Dr. Rami HARKOUSS
Petroleum & Petrochemical Eng.
Drilling and Production Petroleum Eng.
Spring 2015
Introduction
The aim of a magnetic survey is to investigate
subsur
Beirut Arab University
Faculty of Engineering
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Ch. 3
Elements of
seismic surveying
Dr. Rami HARKOUSS
Petroleum & Petrochemical Eng.
Drilling and Production Petroleum Eng.
Spring 2015
Introduction
In seismic surveying, seismic waves are
Beirut Arab University
Faculty of Engineering
Petroleum department
Ch. 5
Seismic refraction
surveying
Dr. Rami HARKOUSS
Petroleum & Petrochemical Eng.
Drilling and Production Petroleum Eng.
Spring 2015
Introduction
The seismic refraction surveying method
Beirut Arab University
Faculty of Engineering
Petroleum department
Ch. 4
Seismic reflection
surveying
Dr. Rami HARKOUSS
Petroleum & Petrochemical Eng.
Drilling and Production Petroleum Eng.
Spring 2015
Introduction
Seismic reflection surveying is the most
Beirut Arab University
Faculty of Engineering
Petroleum department
Geophysical
techniques
Dr. Rami HARKOUSS
Petroleum & Petrochemical Eng.
Drilling and Production Petroleum Eng.
Spring 2015
BEFORE BEGINNING
What are the different types of exploration
meth
Beirut Arab University
Faculty of Engineering
Petroleum department
Ch. 2
Data processing
Dr. Rami HARKOUSS
Petroleum & Petrochemical Eng.
Drilling and Production Petroleum Eng.
Spring 2015
Introduction
Geophysical surveys measure the variation of some phy
SONIC
OR
ACOUSTIC LOGS
DEFINITION
The
sonic log is a porosity log that
measures interval transit time (t) of
compressional sound wave traveling
through one foot of formation.
UNITS
The
units are micro seconds/ft, which is the
inverse of velocity.
THE SO
Neutron Log
A reaction between radioactive elements emits fast neutrons,
which collide with the nuclei of other atoms, most importantly
hydrogen nuclei. Detectors count the slowed neutrons deflected
back to the tool. An apparent neutron porosity can be ob
Well logging
Week 2
The Field Operation
The wireline electrical logging is done from a logging truck sometimes referred to as a
mobile truck.
The truck carries the downhole measurement instruments, the electrical cable and winch
needed to lower the tools
Well Logging
What is well logging?
How does well logging work?
When and why do we need it?
Units Must All Remember
Oilfield Units are based on UK/US Imperial measures. These are still in
common use even though most oil producing areas have opted for
metr
Production Monitoring
Daily production is measured by monitoring the volumes of
oil, gas and water produced over a 24 hour period. In
addition, pressure and temperature will be measured at key
locations in the production process. Petroleum Engineers are
p
Beirut Arab University
Faculty of Engineering
Petroleum department
Fall 2015
4. Calculation of Phase
Equilibria
Dr. Rami HARKOUSS
Petroleum & Petrochemical Eng.
Drilling and Production Petroleum Eng.
Introduction
In case of thermodynamical phase equilibri
Beirut Arab University
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3. Equations of state
Dr. Rami HARKOUSS
Petroleum & Petrochemical Eng.
Drilling and Production Petroleum Eng.
Introduction
Graphical illustrations of equilibrium surfaces and
th
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Faculty of Engineering
Petroleum department
5. PVT measurements
Dr. Rami HARKOUSS
Petroleum & Petrochemical Eng.
Drilling and Production Petroleum Eng.
Fall 2015
Introduction
Accurate crude oil data are necessary to
control the prod
Probability and statistics
Math 381
Instructor: Maya Chatila
Grade Distribution: Midterm:50%, Final: 40%,
h.w + attendance: 10%.
Class Rules: -Attendance is mandatory, no one can attend in
other section under any circumstances.
-Any h.w submitted without
Ex: the probability that a student passes the
exam is 0.7. find the probability that the student
will pass the test on the third try
Poisson Distribution
- Experiment in which we observe the counts of
events within a set unit of time.
The given time inter
Special Continuous Probability
Distributions
Uniform
Gamma and special case exponential
normal
Special Continuous Probability Distributions
The most important continuous probability distribution in
the entire field of statistics is the normal distribut
Statistics for Tourism Business
For BTS Off Campus Stream
1. The specific statistical methods that can be used to summarize or to describe a collection of
data is called:
a) Descriptive statistics
b) Inferential statistics
c) Analytical statistics
d) All
-Exercises (application of counting on
probability)
-Random variable
Exercises
Ex1:It is required to seat 4 boys and 3 girls in a row.
a) How many arrangements are possible?
b) How many arrangements are possible if the boys
and girls seat alternately star
Sheet (1)
Stress and Strain
1.
A force of 80 N is supported by the bracket as shown.
Determine the resultant internal loadings acting on the
section through point A.
2.
Determine the resultant internal torque acting on the cross
sections through points C
Sheet (6)
Stress Transformation
1.
Determine the normal stress and shear stress acting on
the inclined plane AB. Solve the problem using the
method of equilibrium described in Sec. 9.1.
2.
Determine the normal stress and shear stress acting on
the incline
Sheet (5)
Combined Loadings
1.
The tank of the air compressor is subjected to an
internal pressure of 0.63 MPa. If the internal
diameter of the tank is 550 mm, and the wall
thickness is 6 mm, determine the stress
components acting at point A. Draw a volum
Sheet (4)
Bending and Transverse Shear
1.
The engine crane is used to support the engine, which has
a weight of 6 kN. Draw the shear and moment diagrams of
the boom ABC when it is in the horizontal position shown.
2.
Members ABC and BD of the counter chai
Sheet (3)
Torsion
1.
The motor delivers a torque of 50 N.m to the shaft
AB. This torque is transmitted to shaft CD using
the gears at E and F. Determine the equilibrium
torque T' on shaft CD and the maximum shear
stress in each shaft. The bearings B, C, a
Chapter 4
Ch
Axial Load
Elastic Deformation ofanAxially Loaded Member
ofanAxially
Px
A x
E
d
1
P x dx
A x E
and
d
dx
P x
d
E
A x
dx
L
0
P x dx
A x E
Elastic Deformation ofanAxially Loaded Member
ofanAxially
Constant Load and Cross-sectional Ar
Sheet (2)
Mechanical Properties of Materials and Axial Load
1.
A concrete cylinder having a diameter of 150 mm and
gauge length of 300 mm is tested in compression. The
results of the test are reported in the table as load
versus contraction. Draw the stre
The Carbon Cycle and Organic Matter
Objectives
Recognize the importance of Carbon in the Life Cycle
Explain the Carbon Cycle
Recognize the chemical formulas associated with the
Carbon Cycle
Describe the Greenhouse Effect
Compare the Biomolecules pres