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comment Avalance diode -looking symbols with two triangles in the case of backpressure pump?
@Qmechanic just create a label petroleum-engineering: mix of chemistry, mechaniscs, simple arithmetics and physics. I think it is better to use labels to differentiate first this kind of questions. I cannot due it yet because less than 1k points.
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accepted Avalance diode -looking symbols with two triangles in the case of backpressure pump?
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comment Avalance diode -looking symbols with two triangles in the case of backpressure pump?
I think I answered by question but I found the solution from electronics instead of drilling, hope someone can verify the ideas :)
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asked Avalance diode -looking symbols with two triangles in the case of backpressure pump?
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comment How to locate the Oil-Water-Contact (OWC) from resisitivity log? What is enough abrupt change in resistivity from resistive gas to conductive water?
@CuriousOne Thanks for encouraging: sometimes asking the right question is the trick to fool you do the right thing. When I tried to provide you the information, I realised the solution, best social teamwork -- I feel painful to say that I solved the problem. I just connected the dots :D
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comment How to locate the Oil-Water-Contact (OWC) from resisitivity log? What is enough abrupt change in resistivity from resistive gas to conductive water?
@CuriousOne unfornately we don't have any course book (yet ~1k pages of lecture slides, petrophysics is a wild subject -- mix of physics, chemistry and practise. I provided answer below if you got interested in log analysis. You need to be very careful in analysing the chart, it is just basic thinking :)
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answered How to locate the Oil-Water-Contact (OWC) from resisitivity log? What is enough abrupt change in resistivity from resistive gas to conductive water?
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asked How to locate the Oil-Water-Contact (OWC) from resisitivity log? What is enough abrupt change in resistivity from resistive gas to conductive water?
Nov
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revised What are the Correlations for the Super-compressability Z factor?
Unbelievable simple model with SG for the supercompressability determination without any repulsive/attractive forces consideration.
Nov
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revised What are the Correlations for the Super-compressability Z factor?
Unbelievable simple model with SG for the supercompressability determination without any repulsive/attractive forces consideration.
Nov
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answered What are the Correlations for the Super-compressability Z factor?
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comment What are the Correlations for the Super-compressability Z factor?
I want labels something like compressability, z-factor, gas-deviation-factor -- I could not find any label and I cannot yet create any label.
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asked What are the Correlations for the Super-compressability Z factor?
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asked Backspin in outer space i.e. in a liquid with no viscosity: not changing direction?
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comment What is the motivation for Mohr's circle?
Great! +1 some references to read further?