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29 leaves : ill. ; 30 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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57 p. ; 22 cm.
Se revisa la dinámica socio económica y productiva del departamento de Pasco y se plantea lograr un desarrollo sustentable aprovechando sus capacidades y recursos mineros.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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2 v. : ill. ; 25 cm. + 1 CD-ROM.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
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1 online resource
  • Foreword xix Preface xxi Acknowledgements xxiii Summary xxv 1 Introduction 1 1.1 Introduction 1 1.2 Introduction of Drilling Engineering 1 1.3 Importance of Drilling Engineering 2 1.4 Application of Drilling Engineering 2 1.5 History of Oil Discovery 3 1.6 An Overview of Drilling Engineering 5 1.7 Organization Chart and Manpower Requirements during Drilling Operations 12 1.8 Aspect of Sustainability in Drilling Operations 13 1.9 Summary 15 References 16 2 Drilling Methods 17 2.1 Introduction 17 2.2 Types of Drilling Methods 18 2.3 Rotary Drilling Rig and its Components 20 2.4 Drilling Process 22 2.5 Types of Rotary Drilling Rigs 50 2.6 Nature and Need for Sustainable Drilling Operations 57 2.7 Current Practice in the Industries 58 2.8 Future Trend in Drilling Methods 61 2.9 Summary 62 2.10 Nomenclature 62 2.11 Exercise 63 Appendix 2A 65 Rig Floor (Conventional Rotary Rig) 65 Rig Floor (Top Drive) 65 Blowout Preventer Stack And Wellhead 66 Drilling Fluid Equipment 66 References 71 3 Drilling Fluids 73 3.1 Introduction 73 3.2 Drilling Fluid Circulating System 74 3.3 Classifi cation of Drilling Fluids 76 3.4 Composition of Drilling Fluids 82 3.5 Mud Additives 84 3.6 Measurement of Drilling Fluids Properties 101 3.7 New Drilling Mud Calculations 124 3.8 Design of Mud Weight 125 3.9 Current Developments in Drilling Fluids 128 3.10 Future Trend on Drilling Fluids 131 3.11 Summary 133 3.12 Nomenclature 133 3.13 Exercises 135 References 136 4 Drilling Hydraulics 141 4.1 Introduction 141 4.2 Types of Fluids 142 4.3 Flow Regimes 156 4.4 Hydrostatic Pressure Calculation 162 4.5 Fluid Flow through Pipes 169 4.6 Fluid Flow through Drill Bits 171 4.7 Pressure Loss Calculation of the Rig System 173 4.8 Current Development on Drilling Hydraulics 183 4.9 Future Trend on Drilling Hydraulics 192 4.10 Summary 195 4.11 Nomenclature 195 4.12 Exercise 197 References 199 5 Well Control and Monitoring Program 205 5.1 Introduction 205 5.2 Well Control System 206 5.3 Warning Signals of Kicks 211 5.4 Control of Infl ux and Kill Mud 214 5.5 BOP Equipment for Well Control System 227 5.6 Well Monitoring System 238 5.7 Current Practice in Well Control and Monitoring 240 5.8 Future Trend on Well Control and Monitoring System 244 5.9 Summary 247 5.10 Nomenclature 247 5.11 Exercise 248 References 249 6 Formation Pore and Fracture Pressure Estimation 251 6.1 Introduction 251 6.2 Geological Aspects of Rock Mechanics in Drilling 252 6.3 Current Development on Formation Pore and Fracture Pressure 312 6.4 Future Trend on Formation Pore and Fracture Pressure 313 6.5 Summary 314 6.6 Nomenclature 314 6.7 Exercise 317 References 318 7 Basics of Drill String Design 321 7.1 Introduction 321 7.2 Drill String Components 322 7.3 Drilling Bit 334 7.4 Drill String Design 344 7.5 Bit Design 364 7.6 Drilling Bit Selection 366 7.7 Drilling Bit Performance 368 7.8 Drilling Optimization Techniques 371 7.9 Factors Aff ecting Rate of Penetration 379 7.10 Rate of Penetration Modelling 392 7.11 Current Development on Drill String and Bottomhole Assembly Design 416 7.12 Future Trend on Drill String and Bottomhole Assembly Design 423 7.13 Summary 424 7.14 Nomenclature 424 7.15 Exercise 427 References 428 8 Casing Design 433 8.1 Introduction 433 8.2 Importance of Casing String 434 8.3 Types of Casing String 435 8.4 Components of Casing String 441 8.5 Classifi cation and Properties of Casing 442 8.6 Manufacturing of Casing 446 8.7 Rig-site Operation 447 8.8 Casing Design and Selection Criteria 451 8.9 Current Development in Casing Technology 477 8.10 Discussions on Some Case Studies 490 8.11 Future Trend on Casing Design Development 497 8.12 Summary 498 8.13 Nomenclature 498 8.14 Exercises 499 References 500 9 Cementing 503 9.1 Introduction 503 9.2 Applications of Oil Well Cements 504 9.3 Cement Production 508 9.4 Classifications of Oil Well Cements 510 9.5 Cement Properties 513 9.6 Types of Cementing 522 9.7 Oil Well Cement Additives 528 9.8 Cementing Design Process 531 9.9 Laboratory Tests on Cements Slurry 534 9.10 Mechanics of Cementing 549 9.11 Cement Job Evaluation 555 9.12 Cement Volume Calculation 557 9.13 Practical Calculations 558 9.14 Recommendations for Successful Cementing 564 9.15 Current Development on Cementing 564 9.16 Future Trend on Cementing 565 9.17 Summary 566 9.18 Nomenclature 567 9.19 Exercises 568 References 570 10 Horizontal and Directional Drilling 571 10.1 Introduction 571 10.2 Functions 572 10.3 Basic Terminologies 576 10.4 Types of Directional Drilling 580 10.5 Well Planning Trajectory 594 10.6 Directional Drilling Tools 599 10.7 Well Survey 616 10.8 Geo-steering 635 10.9 Current Trends in Directional Drilling 636 10.10 Future Trends in Directional Drilling 637 10.11 Summary 639 10.12 Nomenclature 639 10.13 Exercise 640 References 642 11 Well Drilling Cost Analysis 643 11.1 Introduction 643 11.2 Variables Related to Drilling Costs 644 11.3 Types of Well Drilling Costs 645 11.4 Brake Down of Total Well Drilling Cost 647 11.5 Authorisation for Expenditure 647 11.6 Drilling Cost Estimation 649 11.7 Well Drilling Time Estimation 656 11.8 Time Value of Investment 668 11.9 Price Elasticity 669 11.10 Current Trend on Drilling Cost Analysis 670 11.11 Future Trend on Drilling Cost Analysis 672 11.12 Summary 673 11.13 Nomenclature 673 11.14 Exercise 674 References 677 12 Well Completion 679 12.1 Introduction 679 12.2 History of Well Completion 680 12.3 Requirements for Well Completion 680 12.4 Types of Well Completion 683 12.5 Factors Infl uencing Well Completion Design 695 12.6 Completion Equipment and Materials 697 12.7 Sand Control 719 12.8 Remedial Cementing 721 12.9 Corrosion and Corrosion Prevention 724 12.10 Current Development on Well Completion 729 12.11 Future Trend on Well Completion 733 12.12 Summary 735 References 735 Index 737.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780470878170 20160618
The book clearly explains the concepts of the drilling engineering and presents the existing knowledge ranging from the history of drilling technology to well completion. This textbook takes on the difficult issue of sustainability in drilling engineering and tries to present the engineering terminologies in a clear manner so that the new hire, as well as the veteran driller, will be able to understand the drilling concepts with minimum effort. This textbook is an excellent resource for petroleum engineering students, drilling engineers, supervisors & managers, researchers and environmental engineers for planning every aspect of rig operations in the most sustainable, environmentally responsible manner, using the most up-to-date technological advancements in equipment and processes.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780470878170 20160618
Book
iii, [3], 108 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
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1 videodisc (77 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
1 online resource (xiv, 605 pages) : illustrations
  • Preface Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: From the Pharaonic Age to the Information Age: Have We Progressed in Technology Development Skills? Chapter 3: How long has this 'technological disaster' been in the making? Delinearized History of Civilization and Technology Development Chapter 4: Is Modern Science Capable of Discerning Between True and False? Chapter 5: Fundamentals of Mass and Energy Balance Chapter 6: A True Sustainability Criterion and Its Implications Chapter 7: What is Truly Green Energy? Chapter 8: Good Light and Bad Light Chapter 9: Do You Believe in Global Warming? Chapter 10: Is the 3R's mantra sufficient? Chapter 11: Truly Green Refining and Gas Processing Chapter 12: Greening of Flow Operations Chapter 13: The Greening of Enhanced Oil Recovery Chapter 14: Deconstruction of Engineering Myths Prevalent in the Energy Sector Chapter 15: Conclusions References.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118444054 20160608
Can green petroleum reverse global warming and bring down high gasoline prices? Written in non-technical language for the layperson, this book investigates and details how the oil and gas industry can go green with new processes and technologies, thus bringing the world's most important industry closer to environmental and economic sustainability.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118444054 20160608

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