Applied Geothermics for Petroleum Engineers by Kutasov

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Applied Geothermics for Petroleum Engineers by Kutasov
DESCRIPCIÓN DEL LIBRO
The purpose of the book is to present in a clear and concise form methods of utilizing the data of temperature surveys in deep boreholes as well as the results of field, laboratory, and analytical investigations in geothermics to the wide range of petroleum reservoir engineers, drilling and production engineers, petroleum geologists, and geophysicists. This book is developed mainly from notes used for six years in courses (Applied Geothermics, Impact of Elevated Temperatures and High Pressures on Drilling and Production, Arctic Drilling and Production) given to senior and graduate students at the Petroleum Engineering and Geosciences Department of the Louisiana Tech University.

El propósito del libro es presentar de una forma clara y concisa los métodos de utilización de los datos de los estudios de temperatura en pozos profundos, así como los resultados de campo, resultados de laboratorio, e investigaciones analíticas en geotermia para la amplia gama de ingenieros de yacimientos de petróleo, los ingenieros de perforación y producción, los geólogos del petróleo, y geofísicos.

TABLA DE CONTENIDO
1. Introduction

2. Temperature field of reservoirs

2.1 Thermal properties of formations
2.2 Heat flow and temperature
2.3 Basic heat transfer equations
2.4 Thermal regime of permafrost
2.5 Temperatures anomalies due to topographic and geological factors

3. Wellbore and formations temperature during drilling

3.1 Heat exchange in the wellbore-formation system
3.2 Downhole circulating mud temperatures
3.3 Drilling fluid densities at high temperatures and pressures
3.4 Hydrostatic mud pressure
3.5 Drilling through hydrates
3.6 Formation temperatures around the wellbore
3.7 Thermal stresses in formations and casings
3.8 Drilling through permafrost interval
3.9 Hole enlargement control in permafrost areas

4. Wellbore and formations temperature during shut-in

4.1 Determination of the downhole shut-in temperatures
4.2 Prediction of the formations temperatures
4.3 Temperature distribution in formations
4.4 Restoration of the thermal equilibrium in permafrost areas

5. Cementing of casing

5.1 Strenght and thickening time of cement
5.2 Cemente heat generation
5.3 Temperature increase due to cement hydration
5.4 Bottomhole fluid circulating temperatures
5.5 Designing cementing programs for deep wells
5.6 Cementing of casing in permafrost regions

6. Production and injection wells

6.1 Heat transfer
6.2 Temperature profiles in wells
6.3 Water formation volume factor
6.4 Temperature around the wellbore
6.5 Permafrost thawing and estimation of well thermal insulation efficiency
6.6 Thermal stresses

7. Interpretation and utilization of temperature data

7.1 Effect of the free thermal convection and casing
7.2 Determination of formation temperature
7.3 Estimation of the geothermal gradient
7.4 Mud density program
7.5 Location of the cement column top
7.6 The injectivity profile
7.7 The use of  thermistors in temperature probes
7.8 Interpretation of temperature surveys in shallow wells

8. Appendices

8.1 Appendix A. Converions factors
8.2 Appendix B. Thermal properties of formations
8.3 Appendix C. Computer programs (Fortran)
CARACTERÍSTICAS DE LA DESCARGA
Título: Applied Geothermics for Petroleum Engineers
Autor: I. M. Kutasov
Idioma: Inglés
Año de Publicación: 1999
Edición: First edition
Número de Páginas: 347
Formato: .pdf
Peso del Archivo: 12.1 Mb
Compresor de Archivos: .ZIP
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