WAVE PROPAGATION IN DRILLING, WELL LOGGING AND RESERVOIR APPLICATIONS
|Author(s)||Wilson C. Chin|
|D O W N L O A D|
The wave propagation is considered one of the central elements of all fields of oil engineering, for example drilling vibrations and swab-surge, various electro-magnetic wave applications, sonic applications and many others; however, it has not been ever treated rigorously enough and has not been provided with detailed description in scientific terms.
The present volume is delivering the vibration models for the drill string and is explaining the reasons why the lateral vibrations resulting in the catastrophic consequences cannot get observed from the water surface. In addition to that the author is developing the brand new approaches to the mud acoustics to further implement them to the MWD telemetry modeling. He is establishing new algorithms for the interpretation of the borehole geophysics.
There are many other aspects covered in the pages of this publication, all of them being very important for the oil field-oriented activities and we recommend this book to all practicing drilling engineers, as well as the scientists and researchers in this field who will appreciate the wide coverage of the topics provided by the author who is in turn the oil industry expert.
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