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Paper presented at the SPE Eastern Regional Meeting, October 17–19, 2000
Paper Number: SPE-65621-MS
... of this change and its implications for a quality cement job. Much has been written about the characterization of Class H and other oilwell cements. For example, Polkowski concluded that the cement thickening time is directly related to Blaine Fineness and the average size of the C3S crystals and fluid loss...
SPE J. 16 (06): 307–309.
Paper Number: SPE-5940-PA
Published: 01 December 1976
... to be the determination of the potential equilibrium binders in the chemical studies. The starting materials were highly reactive reagent quality CaO, microcrystalline quartz (Tripoli of 8,000-sq cm/gm Blaine fineness), or silicic acid. The water-to-solids ratio was 5.0, and the autoclaving was conducted up...
Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, September 27–30, 1987
Paper Number: SPE-16651-MS
... cement casing and cementing belite abundance blaine fineness composition clinker type cement formulation society of petroleum engineers particle upstream oil & gas crystal size alite diffraction cement property elemental composition clinker cement additive matrix cement chemistry...
Paper presented at the Fall Meeting of the Society of Petroleum Engineers of AIME, September 28–October 1, 1975
Paper Number: SPE-5518-MS
... Blaine Fineness Retarder Concentration SOCIETY OF PETROLEUM ENGINEERS OF AIME 6200 North Central Expressway Dallas, Texas 75206 PAPER NUMBERSPE 5518 THIS PRESENTATION IS SUBJECT TO CORRECTION Improved Cementing of High Temperature Oi I and Gas We I Is Through Computer App I i cations By Oliver W...
SPE Prod & Oper 1 (03): 174–178.
Paper Number: SPE-12911-PA
Published: 01 May 1986
...-Photomicrograph of cement containing weathered particles. . problem with oilwell cements can be found during the grinding of the clinker. As indicated by API, the major difference in the makeup of Class G and Class H oilwell cements is the relative fineness or Blaine fineness of the cement. 2 Class G is specified...
Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, September 22–26, 1985
Paper Number: SPE-14195-MS
.... The thickening times were then determined on each sample using the Spec 5 schedule and the Schedule 5g. Blaine Fineness tests were a 1 so run on each sample. The data collected is tabulated in Table 8. After blending and transferring the cement the Spec 5 tests shC7tled a very small drop in thickening time...
SPE Prod & Oper 6 (02): 213–216.
Paper Number: SPE-20038-PA
Published: 01 May 1991
... TESTED Particle Size" Blaine Fineness (pm) Specific Sample (cm 2 /g) dgo d 50 d 10 Gravity Class G 2,985 61.2 24.8 5.7 3.14 A 4,790 29.0 12.8 4.0 3.06 B 5,400 25.4 11.1 3.5 3.04 C 6,540 23.6 8.5 2.7 3.06 D 7,490 12.4 5.7 2.4 2.91 E 7,600 23.4 6.8 1.8 3.14 Provides the diameter (microns) below which...
Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, September 24–27, 2006
Paper Number: SPE-102184-MS
.... The minerals are then calculated using the Bogue calculation, which assumes that the four main minerals are pure minerals4. It should be noted that this calculation does not give the true amounts of the four mineral phases4. After grinding, the Blaine fineness of the cement is determined...
Paper presented at the SPE Production Operations Symposium, March 10–12, 1985
Paper Number: SPE-13808-MS
... sandstones, of Pennsylvanian age (Figure 1), located in Roger Mills and Custer Counties of Oklahoma. Generally speaking, these reservoir rocks are fine to very fine grained, moderately to fairly clean. Nevertheless, detrimental clay minerals such as kaolinite, chlorite, illite, and smectite are present...
SPE Prod & Oper 8 (01): 45–50.
Paper Number: SPE-21972-PA
Published: 01 February 1993
... * d 90 ** d,ot 5.0 9.5 2.2 9.2 20.4 3.1 15.0 32.1 3.9 21.0 53.0 4.5 24.5 55.9 6.1 '50% of the particles smailer than this size. , '90% of the particles smaller than this size. ttO% of the particles smaller than this size. 50 40 % 30 20 Small Particle Size Cement Blaine Fineness (cm2/g) 9,000 6,500...
Paper presented at the 7th ISRM Congress, September 16–20, 1991
Paper Number: ISRM-7CONGRESS-1991-317
... Sedimentation is checked by use of a sedimentation cylinder (Figure 1). Typical sedimentation of mixes of cement and water without additives and without fillers is shown on Figure 2. The Figure exhibits the parameters on which sedimentation depends. These are the fineness of the cement in terms of the specific...
Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, October 9–12, 2005
Paper Number: SPE-96927-MS
... close to API Class C cement in surface area. See Figure 4 for a comparison of a Pennsylvania Type I and a Texas Class C. All that surface area allows higher normal water: cement ratio to be used. Surface areas of more than 6,000 square centimeters per gram on Blaine Fineness are common with some...
Paper presented at the SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, September 26–29, 2004
Paper Number: SPE-91002-MS
... it will set and gain strength. At low temperatures, particularly, this relationship is even easier to see and is the basis of yet another approach to solving the problems of deepwater cementing. The traditional measure of surface area is the Blaine fineness, usually expressed in cm2/g. For an API Class G...
Journal: SPE Drilling & Completion
SPE Drill & Compl 20 (03): 179–186.
Paper Number: SPE-84839-PA
Published: 01 September 2005
... the fact that their Type I cement is a finer grind than API Class A, which has a minimum Blaine specification of 150 m2/kg. In fact, a survey of selected cement plants in the northeast for more than a 6-month period yielded an average of 380 m2/kg for the seven different plants. The advantage of the fine...
Paper presented at the SPE Oilfield and Geothermal Chemistry Symposium, January 22–24, 1979
Paper Number: SPE-7875-MS
... in and to any copyright covering this paper. Abstract Portland cements require the addition of fine silica (quartz) to maintain reasonable strength and permeability at elevated temperatures. The production permeability at elevated temperatures. The production of the desired high temperature stable silicate...
Journal: Journal of Petroleum Technology
J Pet Technol 70 (07): 44–45.
Paper Number: SPE-0718-0044-JPT
Published: 01 July 2018
... for capital,” said James Blaine, project executive for international projects for ExxonMobil, adding that while the cost of the Argentine operations run by its XTO Energy division are high compared with the Permian, “these are early days.” “We do see a path to success. The question is, how fast will we get...
Journal: SPE Journal
SPE J. (2021)
Paper Number: SPE-205350-PA
Published: 25 February 2021
... · ACCL , where p cem = % cement in mixture; p F A = % fly ash in mixture; p CaO − F A = % CaO in fly ash; p GGBFS = % GGBFS in mixture; p S F = % silica fume in mixture; Blaine = Blaine fineness of cement; Na 2 O eq...
Paper presented at the IADC/SPE Asia Pacific Drilling Technology, September 11–13, 2000
Paper Number: SPE-62746-MS
... surface area determine (Blaine fineness). Finally all of the necessary API Specification tests, which include determinations of free water, thickening time at Schedule 5, soundness and compressive strength must be conducted and this information recorded on a report. In choosing between available class G...
Paper presented at the ISRM International Symposium - 8th Asian Rock Mechanics Symposium, October 14–16, 2014
Paper Number: ISRM-ARMS8-2014-301
... through JA Funnel (sec) Final Bleeding Rate Time to Reach Hardness Index of 2mm (Hours) Compressive Strength (N/mm2) Specific Surface Area (Blaine Value )(cm2/g) Filling Rate 3,8803,810 53.26 3,540 FA030 OPC FA-0 (JIS II) FAF20 OPC 3030 20 FA-F (Fine Powder) 4,140 56.24 56.88 55.82 55.62 FAF30 OPC FA-F...
Paper presented at the Fall Meeting of the Society of Petroleum Engineers of AIME, October 6–9, 1974
Paper Number: SPE-5028-MS
... Minimum H G %Free Lime 1.80 0 0.25 1.80 % Total Alkali 0.86 0.44 0.85 0.55 % CaO 65.35 63.89 65.02 63.89 % SiOa 23.74 21.84 23.57 21.98 %Al 4;35 4.08 4.14 4.26 % Fe~o3 4.52. 2.22 3.32 3.93 Blaine Fineness* 3790(A) 2150 2150 3015 Loss On Ignition 2.79 0.55 0.56 2.79 (Calculations) z c3s 56.44 47.87 47.87...
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