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Well Logging

Data Acquisition and Applications

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This book explains in detail all the physical principles on which are based the logging tools Wireline (WL) and Logging While Drilling (LWD). It describes as well the fundamental tools of the principal service companies, focusing on the factors that influence measurement and on the main applications in geology, geophysics, and petrophysics. As such it constitutes a reference document for all geologists and engineers involved in petroleum exploration and field development.

Content

1-56Review of fundamental notions
57-90General processes used for recording physical parameters
91-94Generalities on electrical measurements
95-124Resistivity measurements
125-142Conductivity measurements
143-162Electromagnetic wave propagation and attenuation measurements
163-178Magnetic susceptibility and total magnetic field measurements
179-194Spontaneous Potential measurement
195-208Generalities on nucelar measurements
209-220Generalities on natural radioactivity
221-230Total Natural Radioactivity measurement
231-252Spectrometry of natural radioactivity
253-282Density and photoelectric index measurements
283-296Generalities on neutron physics
297-320Neutron porosity measurements
321-356Spectrometry of induced gamma rays
357-376Thermal neutron die-away measurements
377-398Nuclear magnetic resonance measurements
399-408Generalities on acoustic measurements
409-436Sonic transit time measurement
437-452Sonic amplitude and attenuation measurements
453-464Well seismic techniques
465-482Generalities on rock texture and structure determination
483-556"Dip" and image acquisation, interpretation and applications
557-564Temperature measurements
565-568Borehole caliper measurements
569-572Wireline rock sampling
573-584Fluid sampling and pressure measurement
585-586Place and role of logging in petroleum exploration
587-590Logging programs
591-642"Quick-look" methods

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