An Experimental Study on Cement Sheath Sealing Evaluation

ZHAO Xiaofeng, MA Wenhao, LIAO Hualin, HE Hongjun

Abstract


According to the problem of cement sheath sealing evaluation, a laboratory simulation experiment has been conducted. By making such scaled models, simulate the different cementationconditionsof interfaces, and measured by the logging instrument which is established underthe principle of similarity, then proposed the evaluation method of cement sheath, finally realized the quantitativeevaluationofthe cement sheath seal integrity in the lab.
Key words: Cement sheath; Seal evaluation; Simulated experiment; Fast fourier transform


Keywords


Cement sheath; Seal evaluation; Simulated experiment; Fast fourier transform

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/5413

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