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2.1.3 Sand or solids control

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Paper presented at the 55th U.S. Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium, June 18–25, 2021
Paper Number: ARMA-2021-1938
... deformation, indicating porosity and higher permeability has stronger that the lower the bottom hole pressure of the fluid-solid coupling. The order of displacement production well, the greater the bottom hole pressure deformation is SAND>SHALE (CLAY)>SHALE; of the water injection well, therefore the higher...
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Paper presented at the 1st Canada - U.S. Rock Mechanics Symposium, May 27–31, 2007
Paper Number: ARMA-07-176
... material, such as sand or tailings, is a factor. As mine water levels are allowed to rise in the abandoned mine, the newly saturated backfill may be re-mobilized and washed out of stopes, removing support that would other- wise keep the stope walls and crown pillars from collapsing. 2.1.3 Other...
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J Ship Prod Des 38 (02): 61–75.
Paper Number: SNAME-JSPD-10190054
Published: 13 May 2022
...; (B) Forward body. Fig. 21 Hull surface after sanding (not painted). Sanding the hull is probably the most error prone process of the entire model building due to the lack of control over the amount of sanding that should be done in order to obtain the nal surface (Fig. 21). 3. Tools, costs...
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Paper presented at the European Petroleum Conference, November 16–18, 1992
Paper Number: SPE-24999-MS
...-Watt University as part of an on-going project on optimum gravel sizing for effective sand control. The 3-D modelling is based on the simple probability concept in which the gravel-pack structure is simulated in three dimensional format by modelling the deposition or settling of gravels one at a time...
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Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, September 26–28, 2016
Paper Number: SPE-184485-STU
... they are normally set are dis- cussed. [1] Conductor Pipe The first and the shortest casing string in the well which helps protect shallow sands from being contam- inated and help prevent washouts is known as conductor casing. It can be used for attaching a blowout preventer (BOP). It is used to protect...
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Paper presented at the 51st U.S. Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium, June 25–28, 2017
Paper Number: ARMA-2017-0588
... to plug leakage pathways in the near wellbore environment or in fractures. The enzyme urease catalyzes the hydrolysis of urea to react with calcium to form solid calcium carbonate (similar to limestone). UICP test specimens were prepared in triplicate by filling 2.5 cm diameter × 5 cm long molds with sand...
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Paper presented at the 6th World Petroleum Congress, June 19–26, 1963
Paper Number: WPC-10619
... reduction in equipment life, and a tremen- dous lowering of heat transfer efficiency in the exchangers, solids can also take the plant out of operation by clogging of equipment. The cooling water is often a source of solids in suspension in the form of sands, organic materials, products of corrosion, algae...
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Paper presented at the ISRM Regional Symposium - EUROCK 2014, May 27–29, 2014
Paper Number: ISRM-EUROCK-2014-219
... rock char- acteristics, but detailed enough to fully describe the rock for use in geomechanical modeling; such as borehole drilling stability (Prasad, 2009), wellbore completions, or sand production prediction applica- tions. These properties are routinely measured from core analysis or already...
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Paper presented at the 3rd ISRM Young Scholars Symposium on Rock Mechanics, November 8–10, 2014
Paper Number: ISRM-YSS-2014-031
... the compactness and strength of the high-water material. sand control packing material China University rich-water filling material strength specimen creep characteristic photograph ettringite superhigh-water packing material characteristic rich-water packing material Upstream Oil & Gas...
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Paper presented at the 44th U.S. Rock Mechanics Symposium and 5th U.S.-Canada Rock Mechanics Symposium, June 27–30, 2010
Paper Number: ARMA-10-333
... injections in one major fracture (in y-direction). Fig. 13. Schematics of the stress increase in both x- and y- directions due to the solid deposition in two mutually perpendicular fractures (in y- and x- directions). 2.1.3 Injection Slurry Properties The initial leak-off coefficient for the clean sand zones...
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Paper presented at the 11th World Petroleum Congress, August 28–September 2, 1983
Paper Number: WPC-20235
... is the downhole steam generator (DSG), which may also lead to an extension of the present economic steaming depth. In the field of completion techniques, developments and advancements in sand control, both mechanical and chemical, and application of foam cement in primary cementation together with equipment...
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Paper presented at the The Thirteenth International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference, May 25–30, 2003
Paper Number: ISOPE-I-03-114
... through all design steps mentioned above and evaluation of the existing and newly identified solutions the following has been chosen for realization. As forces necessary for successful penetration are extremely dependent to the soil conditions (mud, clay, sand, ) there is no general solution. Only rough...
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Paper presented at the 14th World Petroleum Congress, May 29–June 1, 1994
Paper Number: WPC-26135
... SPE 26541 (1993) 27. Dusseault, M. and Santarelli, F. A conceptual model for massive solids production in poorly consolidated sandstones Int. Symp. ISRM/SPE Rock at Great Depth Pau (1989) Balkema Pub. 28. Weingarten, J. S. and Perkins, T. K. Prediction of sand production in gas wells: methods...
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Paper presented at the 1st Canada - U.S. Rock Mechanics Symposium, May 27–31, 2007
Paper Number: ARMA-07-151
... are given in Table 1. 2.1.3 Lithologies around the salt dome The surface overburden layer, which is mostly com- prised of sand, is considered isotropic and elastic, and has no assumed failure criteria. The upper Ca- prock 1 layer, consisting of gypsum and limestone, is also assumed to be elastic. Its...
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Paper presented at the 50th U.S. Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium, June 26–29, 2016
Paper Number: ARMA-2016-033
... Abstract: Extended leak-off tests are important in petroleum engineering for obtaining underground stress information, which is critical for issues such as wellbore stability, lost circulation, casing design, hydraulic fracturing, sand production, and reservoir compaction and subsidence...
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Paper presented at the SPWLA 16th Annual Logging Symposium, June 4–7, 1975
Paper Number: SPWLA-1975-MM
... to allow for unconsolidated material. Equation (9) of Somerton, et al., (1974) with the assumed solid conductivities used, provides poor agreement, although it is derived for un- consolidated sands. Equation (7) of Moiseyenko, et al., (1970) from core samples, smooths out to consistently low values...
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Mar Technol SNAME N 46 (04): 219–228.
Paper Number: SNAME-MTSN-2009-46-4-219
Published: 01 October 2009
... we call shoreline impact ) the cleanup cost is supposed to increase significantly mainly because of the difficulty of cleaning up oil from sand and rock and the economical damage to local industry such as tourism and cultivation. 3. Factors influencing the cost of oil spills In order to estimate...
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Paper presented at the 53rd U.S. Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium, June 23–26, 2019
Paper Number: ARMA-2019-0507
... would be able to determine whether the injection is above or below formation parting pressure, or to determine if the water is injected through a fracture or into formation matrix. From the pump pressure to formation sand face, there are several hydraulic pressure changes should be considered...
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Paper presented at the ASSE Professional Development Conference and Exposition, June 9–12, 2002
Paper Number: ASSE-02-704
... of a dust deflagration or explosion by the following chemical reaction: fuel + oxygen oxides + energy Sand is an example of a material that will not explode as a suspended dust due to its composition as SiO2, a stable oxide. The practical implication is that not all dusts are explosive. A well-proven...
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Paper presented at the SPE Latin America Petroleum Engineering Conference, March 8–11, 1992
Paper Number: SPE-23624-MS
... is to extend the well known Moineau Those pumps, well known for monophase fluids, screw system of pumping heavy oil on the surface or are light and cheap and their running clearances downhole, to mixtures with a higher gas fraction. give a large capability to withstand sand or solid The rotating screw is made...

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