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Horizontal Flow Loop Design For The Study Of Drill String Rotation Effects On Cuttings Transport, David C. Rathgeber
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Exploration and Production companies are continually focusing more time, energy and resources into Extended Reach Drilling in order to maximize reservoir production while minimizing both environmental impact and development costs. These long laterals (2:1 Measured Depth: True Vertical Depth) are often more difficult to drill and can be severely impacted by inadequate drilling practices. Cuttings transport efficiency is a critical parameter of Extended Reach Drilling operations, and poor wellbore cleaning can lead to excessive torque, drag, and several other serious downhole problems.
Although many studies have been performed that identify the importance of drill string rotation on cuttings movement ...
The Effects Of Low Aspect Ratio And Heat Exchanging Internals On The Bubble Properties And Flow Regime In A Pilot-Plant Bubble/Slurry Bubble Column For Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis, Hayder Al-Naseri
"Fischer-Tropsch synthesis (F-T) is a process utilized to convert the syngas mixture of CO and H2 to synthetic fuel and chemicals that executed commercially by using the bubble/slurry bubble column reactor. The experimental results reveal that the investigated parameters, in terms the presence of internals, and reducing the aspect ratio and the solids loading, increase the local gas holdup, interfacial area, bubble passage frequency, and decrease the bubble rise velocity, bubble chord length. Meanwhile, the aspect ratio H/D = 4, and 5 provide enough height to established the fully developed flow regime. As a result of the variation ...