By George R. Gray, etc.
The numerous significant advancements that experience taken position within the box of oil good drilling fluids know-how have referred to as for a complete rewriting of the overdue Walter F. Rogers' vintage reference resource. This Fourth version describes the newest thoughts and refinements of drilling fluids expertise and continues to be the basic advisor to a fancy zone of petroleum construction.
desk of Contents
1. advent to Drilling Fluids
2. the improvement of Drilling Fluids expertise
three. gear and tactics for comparing Drilling Fluid functionality
four. Clay Mineralogy and the Colloid Chemistry of Drilling Fluids
five. The Rheology of Drilling Fluids
6. The Filtration houses of Drilling Fluids
7. the skin Chemistry of Drilling Fluids
eight. gap balance
nine. Drilling difficulties concerning Drilling Fluids
10. finishing touch, Workover, and Packer Fluids
eleven. Drilling Fluid parts
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Cation Exchange Capacity: Methylene Blue Test The methylene blue test serves to indicate the amount of active clay in a mud system or a sample of shale. The test measures the total cation exchange capacity of the clays present and is useful in conjunction with the determination of solids content as an indication of the colloidal characteristics of the clay minerals. Similarly, shale cuttings can be characterized and some estimations can be made regarding mud-making properties and possible effects on hole stability.