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(2) CHE KU AFIZA HANIM BINTI CHE KU MAZUAN (17652)

(3) JACINTO SIQUERA (16623)

(4) MOHD IMAN BIN MOHD NAZRI

(16548)

Your drilling team was tasked to formulate a drilling mud to be used to circulate a slim vertical wellbore

PCB4223 with true vertical depth (TVD) of 2,000 ft which is located at the southern part of Seri Iskandah,

Malaysia. The slim wellbore consists of a casing of OD = 13-3/8 inches (ID = 12.565 inches) at a depth of

300 ft followed by an open hole section of diameter, 12.25 inches. The drillstring, which extends to a total

depth of 2,000 ft has OD and ID respectively, 5.5 inches and 4.276 inches. The drill collar is designed as

an integral part of the drill bit with OD and ID of 9 inches and 2.875 inches respectively has a total length

of 50 ft. The mud is required to be circulated at a discharge rate of 550 gpm. The drill bit consists of a tricone bit with a discharge coefficient, Cd, of 0.95 and three varying nozzles sizes of 13/32-in, 14/32-in and

15/32-in. The following data in TABLE 1 were obtained from laboratory experiment for the drilling mud using

a rotational viscometer at 70oF. The measured mud weight was 10.5 ppg. Assume a smooth casing and

drillpipe surface.

Rotor

Speed

(RPM)

Dial

Reading

(degree)

600

106

300

67

200

50

100

29

Your company management has tasked your team to carry out the following assignment for a successful

drilling operation.

a) Characterize the drilling mud rheological constants with the Bingham plastic (BP), Power law (PL),

an Herschel-Bulkley (HB) fluid models using (i) the standard approach and (ii) regression approach.

Also apply the graphical method to predict the rheological constants of the mud sample.

b) Estimate the error margin between the experimental data and the predicted data in (ai) and (aii)

using the error measures (i) mean percent error (MPE) (ii) coefficient of determination, R2. Select

the best rheological model that represents your mud data.

c) Using the best mud rheological properties, estimate the pump pressure required to circulate the

drilling mud from the drillstring to the surface.

d) Estimate the equivalent circulating density (ECD) required for this wellbore operation.

e) Present your findings to the management in both report form and power point presentation.

Open

Project Members: (1) AFIFAH BT MOHD FAUZI (17481)

(2) MUHAMMAD HASHRY BIN ABDUL SHUKOR (18686)

(3) JONATHAN SELVARAJ A/L DAVID THELMARAJ (17378)

(4) MOHD.KHAIRUL ANNUAR BIN JOROJI (17184)

Your drilling team was tasked to formulate a drilling mud to be used to circulate a slim vertical wellbore

PCB4223 with true vertical depth (TVD) of 2,000 ft which is located at the southern part of Seri Iskandah,

Malaysia. The slim wellbore consists of a casing of OD = 13-3/8 inches (ID = 12.565 inches) at a depth of

300 ft followed by an open hole section of diameter, 12.25 inches. The drillstring, which extends to a total

depth of 2,000 ft has OD and ID respectively, 5.5 inches and 4.276 inches. The drill collar is designed as

an integral part of the drill bit with OD and ID of 9 inches and 2.875 inches respectively has a total length

of 50 ft. The mud is required to be circulated at a discharge rate of 550 gpm. The drill bit consists of a tricone bit with a discharge coefficient, Cd, of 0.95 and three varying nozzles sizes of 13/32-in, 14/32-in and

15/32-in. The following data in TABLE 1 were obtained from laboratory experiment for the drilling mud using

a rotational viscometer at 70oF. The measured mud weight was 10.5 ppg. Assume a smooth casing and

drillpipe surface.

Rotor

Speed

(RPM)

Dial

Reading

(degree)

600

105

300

64

200

48

100

30

Your company management has tasked your team to carry out the following assignment for a successful

drilling operation.

a) Characterize the drilling mud rheological constants with the Bingham plastic (BP), Power law (PL),

an Herschel-Bulkley (HB) fluid models using (i) the standard approach and (ii) regression approach.

Also apply the graphical method to predict the rheological constants of the mud sample.

b) Estimate the error margin between the experimental data and the predicted data in (ai) and (aii)

using the error measures (i) mean percent error (MPE) (ii) coefficient of determination, R2. Select

the best rheological model that represents your mud data.

c) Using the best mud rheological properties, estimate the pump pressure required to circulate the

drilling mud from the drillstring to the surface.

d) Estimate the equivalent circulating density (ECD) required for this wellbore operation.

e) Present your findings to the management in both report form and power point presentation.

Open

Project Members: (1) AHMAD KHAIRUDDIN BIN MOHD SAHAR (17333)

(2) DHARAMRAJ A/L SURESH KUMAR (16712)

(3) KHAIRUDDIN BIN MUHD ALI (17543)

(4) MUHAMAD AFIQ FARHAN BIN NORDIN (18636)

Your drilling team was tasked to formulate a drilling mud to be used to circulate a slim vertical wellbore

PCB4223 with true vertical depth (TVD) of 2,000 ft which is located at the southern part of Seri Iskandah,

Malaysia. The slim wellbore consists of a casing of OD = 13-3/8 inches (ID = 12.565 inches) at a depth of

300 ft followed by an open hole section of diameter, 12.25 inches. The drillstring, which extends to a total

depth of 2,000 ft has OD and ID respectively, 5.5 inches and 4.276 inches. The drill collar is designed as

an integral part of the drill bit with OD and ID of 9 inches and 2.875 inches respectively has a total length

of 50 ft. The mud is required to be circulated at a discharge rate of 550 gpm. The drill bit consists of a tricone bit with a discharge coefficient, Cd, of 0.95 and three varying nozzles sizes of 13/32-in, 14/32-in and

15/32-in. The following data in TABLE 1 were obtained from laboratory experiment for the drilling mud using

a rotational viscometer at 70oF. The measured mud weight was 10.5 ppg. Assume a smooth casing and

drillpipe surface.

Rotor

Speed

(RPM)

Dial

Reading

(degree)

600

139

300

87

200

67

100

43

11

Your company management has tasked your team to carry out the following assignment for a successful

drilling operation.

a) Characterize the drilling mud rheological constants with the Bingham plastic (BP), Power law (PL),

an Herschel-Bulkley (HB) fluid models using (i) the standard approach and (ii) regression approach.

Also apply the graphical method to predict the rheological constants of the mud sample.

b) Estimate the error margin between the experimental data and the predicted data in (ai) and (aii)

using the error measures (i) mean percent error (MPE) (ii) coefficient of determination, R2. Select

the best rheological model that represents your mud data.

c) Using the best mud rheological properties, estimate the pump pressure required to circulate the

drilling mud from the drillstring to the surface.

d) Estimate the equivalent circulating density (ECD) required for this wellbore operation.

e) Present your findings to the management in both report form and power point presentation.

Open

Project Members: (1) AJAIPREET SINGH CHAAL A/L GURMIT SINGH (17270)

(2) DYLAN HO ZHE XIN (17171)

(3) KISHOKE A/L CHANDRA (15906)

(4) MUHAMAD ASYRAAF BIN VAEA (17667)

PCB4223 with true vertical depth (TVD) of 2,000 ft which is located at the southern part of Seri Iskandah,

Malaysia. The slim wellbore consists of a casing of OD = 13-3/8 inches (ID = 12.565 inches) at a depth of

300 ft followed by an open hole section of diameter, 12.25 inches. The drillstring, which extends to a total

depth of 2,000 ft has OD and ID respectively, 5.5 inches and 4.276 inches. The drill collar is designed as

an integral part of the drill bit with OD and ID of 9 inches and 2.875 inches respectively has a total length

of 50 ft. The mud is required to be circulated at a discharge rate of 550 gpm. The drill bit consists of a tricone bit with a discharge coefficient, Cd, of 0.95 and three varying nozzles sizes of 13/32-in, 14/32-in and

15/32-in. The following data in TABLE 1 were obtained from laboratory experiment for the drilling mud using

a rotational viscometer at 70oF. The measured mud weight was 10.5 ppg. Assume a smooth casing and

drillpipe surface.

Rotor

Speed

(RPM)

Dial

Reading

(degree)

600

140

300

92

200

69

100

43

Your company management has tasked your team to carry out the following assignment for a successful

drilling operation.

a) Characterize the drilling mud rheological constants with the Bingham plastic (BP), Power law (PL),

an Herschel-Bulkley (HB) fluid models using (i) the standard approach and (ii) regression approach.

Also apply the graphical method to predict the rheological constants of the mud sample.

b) Estimate the error margin between the experimental data and the predicted data in (ai) and (aii)

using the error measures (i) mean percent error (MPE) (ii) coefficient of determination, R2. Select

the best rheological model that represents your mud data.

c) Using the best mud rheological properties, estimate the pump pressure required to circulate the

drilling mud from the drillstring to the surface.

d) Estimate the equivalent circulating density (ECD) required for this wellbore operation.

e) Present your findings to the management in both report form and power point presentation.

Open

Project Members: (1) AMERUL AIDEED BIN ZAINAL ANNUAR (17359)

(2) FARIZ FADZUAN BIN FAHMI (18691)

(3) KUGANES A/L PERIASAMY PILLAI (16452)

(4) MUHAMAD FAIZZUDIN BIN AHMAD AZHAR (17521)

PCB4223 with true vertical depth (TVD) of 2,000 ft which is located at the southern part of Seri Iskandah,

Malaysia. The slim wellbore consists of a casing of OD = 13-3/8 inches (ID = 12.565 inches) at a depth of

300 ft followed by an open hole section of diameter, 12.25 inches. The drillstring, which extends to a total

depth of 2,000 ft has OD and ID respectively, 5.5 inches and 4.276 inches. The drill collar is designed as

an integral part of the drill bit with OD and ID of 9 inches and 2.875 inches respectively has a total length

of 50 ft. The mud is required to be circulated at a discharge rate of 550 gpm. The drill bit consists of a tricone bit with a discharge coefficient, Cd, of 0.95 and three varying nozzles sizes of 13/32-in, 14/32-in and

15/32-in. The following data in TABLE 1 were obtained from laboratory experiment for the drilling mud using

a rotational viscometer at 70oF. The measured mud weight was 10.5 ppg. Assume a smooth casing and

drillpipe surface.

Rotor

Speed

(RPM)

Dial

Reading

(degree)

600

110

300

65

200

48

100

29

drilling operation.

a) Characterize the drilling mud rheological constants with the Bingham plastic (BP), Power law (PL),

an Herschel-Bulkley (HB) fluid models using (i) the standard approach and (ii) regression approach.

Also apply the graphical method to predict the rheological constants of the mud sample.

b) Estimate the error margin between the experimental data and the predicted data in (ai) and (aii)

using the error measures (i) mean percent error (MPE) (ii) coefficient of determination, R2. Select

the best rheological model that represents your mud data.

c) Using the best mud rheological properties, estimate the pump pressure required to circulate the

drilling mud from the drillstring to the surface.

d) Estimate the equivalent circulating density (ECD) required for this wellbore operation.

e) Present your findings to the management in both report form and power point presentation.

Open

Project Members: (1) AQEELAH BT RASHIDI (17757)

(2) GYZYLOV MAKSAT (15708)

(3) LAW CHEW KAR (17182)

(4) MUHAMAD FARIS BIN SALLEH (18771)

Your drilling team was tasked to formulate a drilling mud to be used to circulate a slim vertical wellbore

PCB4223 with true vertical depth (TVD) of 2,000 ft which is located at the southern part of Seri Iskandah,

Malaysia. The slim wellbore consists of a casing of OD = 13-3/8 inches (ID = 12.565 inches) at a depth of

300 ft followed by an open hole section of diameter, 12.25 inches. The drillstring, which extends to a total

depth of 2,000 ft has OD and ID respectively, 5.5 inches and 4.276 inches. The drill collar is designed as

an integral part of the drill bit with OD and ID of 9 inches and 2.875 inches respectively has a total length

of 50 ft. The mud is required to be circulated at a discharge rate of 550 gpm. The drill bit consists of a tricone bit with a discharge coefficient, Cd, of 0.95 and three varying nozzles sizes of 13/32-in, 14/32-in and

15/32-in. The following data in TABLE 1 were obtained from laboratory experiment for the drilling mud using

a rotational viscometer at 70oF. The measured mud weight was 10.5 ppg. Assume a smooth casing and

drillpipe surface.

Rotor

Speed

(RPM)

Dial

Reading

(degree)

600

140

300

95

200

73

100

45

drilling operation.

a) Characterize the drilling mud rheological constants with the Bingham plastic (BP), Power law (PL),

an Herschel-Bulkley (HB) fluid models using (i) the standard approach and (ii) regression approach.

Also apply the graphical method to predict the rheological constants of the mud sample.

b) Estimate the error margin between the experimental data and the predicted data in (ai) and (aii)

using the error measures (i) mean percent error (MPE) (ii) coefficient of determination, R2. Select

the best rheological model that represents your mud data.

c) Using the best mud rheological properties, estimate the pump pressure required to circulate the

drilling mud from the drillstring to the surface.

d) Estimate the equivalent circulating density (ECD) required for this wellbore operation.

e) Present your findings to the management in both report form and power point presentation.

Open

Project Members: (1) ATAJAN NURMAMEDOV (16621)

(2) FOO YEW JEN (16900)

(3) MIZA RASYIDA BT RAMLAN (18696)

(4) MUHAMMAD AIMAN BIN MUA'AD (17133)

PCB4223 with true vertical depth (TVD) of 2,000 ft which is located at the southern part of Seri Iskandah,

Malaysia. The slim wellbore consists of a casing of OD = 13-3/8 inches (ID = 12.565 inches) at a depth of

300 ft followed by an open hole section of diameter, 12.25 inches. The drillstring, which extends to a total

depth of 2,000 ft has OD and ID respectively, 5.5 inches and 4.276 inches. The drill collar is designed as

an integral part of the drill bit with OD and ID of 9 inches and 2.875 inches respectively has a total length

of 50 ft. The mud is required to be circulated at a discharge rate of 550 gpm. The drill bit consists of a tricone bit with a discharge coefficient, Cd, of 0.95 and three varying nozzles sizes of 13/32-in, 14/32-in and

15/32-in. The following data in TABLE 1 were obtained from laboratory experiment for the drilling mud using

a rotational viscometer at 70oF. The measured mud weight was 10.5 ppg. Assume a smooth casing and

drillpipe surface.

Rotor

Speed

(RPM)

Dial

Reading

(degree)

600

145

300

92

200

69

100

41

drilling operation.

a) Characterize the drilling mud rheological constants with the Bingham plastic (BP), Power law (PL),

an Herschel-Bulkley (HB) fluid models using (i) the standard approach and (ii) regression approach.

Also apply the graphical method to predict the rheological constants of the mud sample.

b) Estimate the error margin between the experimental data and the predicted data in (ai) and (aii)

using the error measures (i) mean percent error (MPE) (ii) coefficient of determination, R2. Select

the best rheological model that represents your mud data.

c) Using the best mud rheological properties, estimate the pump pressure required to circulate the

drilling mud from the drillstring to the surface.

d) Estimate the equivalent circulating density (ECD) required for this wellbore operation.

e) Present your findings to the management in both report form and power point presentation.

Open

Project Members: (1) ATIA IZAZI BINTI RORZALI (18667)

(2) HAIRUL AZMAR BIN AMERAN (17531)

(3) MOHAMAD SHAFFUAN ZAQUAN BIN MISHAN (17360)

(4) MUHAMMAD ALIF BIN AINUL FARID (18697)

PCB4223 with true vertical depth (TVD) of 2,000 ft which is located at the southern part of Seri Iskandah,

Malaysia. The slim wellbore consists of a casing of OD = 13-3/8 inches (ID = 12.565 inches) at a depth of

300 ft followed by an open hole section of diameter, 12.25 inches. The drillstring, which extends to a total

depth of 2,000 ft has OD and ID respectively, 5.5 inches and 4.276 inches. The drill collar is designed as

an integral part of the drill bit with OD and ID of 9 inches and 2.875 inches respectively has a total length

of 50 ft. The mud is required to be circulated at a discharge rate of 550 gpm. The drill bit consists of a tricone bit with a discharge coefficient, Cd, of 0.95 and three varying nozzles sizes of 13/32-in, 14/32-in and

15/32-in. The following data in TABLE 1 were obtained from laboratory experiment for the drilling mud using

a rotational viscometer at 70oF. The measured mud weight was 10.5 ppg. Assume a smooth casing and

drillpipe surface.

Rotor

Speed

(RPM)

Dial

Reading

(degree)

600

153

300

98

200

74

100

47

drilling operation.

a) Characterize the drilling mud rheological constants with the Bingham plastic (BP), Power law (PL),

an Herschel-Bulkley (HB) fluid models using (i) the standard approach and (ii) regression approach.

Also apply the graphical method to predict the rheological constants of the mud sample.

b) Estimate the error margin between the experimental data and the predicted data in (ai) and (aii)

using the error measures (i) mean percent error (MPE) (ii) coefficient of determination, R2. Select

the best rheological model that represents your mud data.

c) Using the best mud rheological properties, estimate the pump pressure required to circulate the

drilling mud from the drillstring to the surface.

d) Estimate the equivalent circulating density (ECD) required for this wellbore operation.

e) Present your findings to the management in both report form and power point presentation.

Open

Project Members: (1) AZZEEQ AZUAN BIN ZAINAL ABIDIN (18655)

(2) IDA NURDIYANA BINTI MOHD YUNUS (17188)

(3) MOHAMED AFIQ BIN AMIR SHARIFFUDIN (15357)

(4) MUHAMMAD ANWAR BIN IBRAHIM (17539)

PCB4223 with true vertical depth (TVD) of 2,000 ft which is located at the southern part of Seri Iskandah,

Malaysia. The slim wellbore consists of a casing of OD = 13-3/8 inches (ID = 12.565 inches) at a depth of

300 ft followed by an open hole section of diameter, 12.25 inches. The drillstring, which extends to a total

depth of 2,000 ft has OD and ID respectively, 5.5 inches and 4.276 inches. The drill collar is designed as

an integral part of the drill bit with OD and ID of 9 inches and 2.875 inches respectively has a total length

of 50 ft. The mud is required to be circulated at a discharge rate of 550 gpm. The drill bit consists of a tricone bit with a discharge coefficient, Cd, of 0.95 and three varying nozzles sizes of 13/32-in, 14/32-in and

15/32-in. The following data in TABLE 1 were obtained from laboratory experiment for the drilling mud using

a rotational viscometer at 70oF. The measured mud weight was 10.5 ppg. Assume a smooth casing and

drillpipe surface.

Rotor

Speed

(RPM)

Dial

Reading

(degree)

600

171

300

114

200

84

100

52

drilling operation.

a) Characterize the drilling mud rheological constants with the Bingham plastic (BP), Power law (PL),

an Herschel-Bulkley (HB) fluid models using (i) the standard approach and (ii) regression approach.

Also apply the graphical method to predict the rheological constants of the mud sample.

b) Estimate the error margin between the experimental data and the predicted data in (ai) and (aii)

using the error measures (i) mean percent error (MPE) (ii) coefficient of determination, R2. Select

the best rheological model that represents your mud data.

c) Using the best mud rheological properties, estimate the pump pressure required to circulate the

drilling mud from the drillstring to the surface.

d) Estimate the equivalent circulating density (ECD) required for this wellbore operation.

e) Present your findings to the management in both report form and power point presentation.

Open

Project Members: (1) CHANTHIRA SEGARAN A/L MUNIANDY (17485)

(2) IZWAN BIN AHMAD (18621)

(3) SYARIFAH NURSYAHIRAH BINTI SYED OMAR (17279)

(4) MUHAMMAD ASYRAF BIN CHE PEE (17546)

PCB4223 with true vertical depth (TVD) of 2,000 ft which is located at the southern part of Seri Iskandah,

Malaysia. The slim wellbore consists of a casing of OD = 13-3/8 inches (ID = 12.565 inches) at a depth of

300 ft followed by an open hole section of diameter, 12.25 inches. The drillstring, which extends to a total

depth of 2,000 ft has OD and ID respectively, 5.5 inches and 4.276 inches. The drill collar is designed as

an integral part of the drill bit with OD and ID of 9 inches and 2.875 inches respectively has a total length

of 50 ft. The mud is required to be circulated at a discharge rate of 550 gpm. The drill bit consists of a tricone bit with a discharge coefficient, Cd, of 0.95 and three varying nozzles sizes of 13/32-in, 14/32-in and

15/32-in. The following data in TABLE 1 were obtained from laboratory experiment for the drilling mud using

a rotational viscometer at 70oF. The measured mud weight was 10.5 ppg. Assume a smooth casing and

drillpipe surface.

Rotor

Speed

(RPM)

Dial

Reading

(degree)

600

66

300

50

200

43

100

33

11

drilling operation.

a) Characterize the drilling mud rheological constants with the Bingham plastic (BP), Power law (PL),

an Herschel-Bulkley (HB) fluid models using (i) the standard approach and (ii) regression approach.

Also apply the graphical method to predict the rheological constants of the mud sample.

b) Estimate the error margin between the experimental data and the predicted data in (ai) and (aii)

using the error measures (i) mean percent error (MPE) (ii) coefficient of determination, R2. Select

the best rheological model that represents your mud data.

c) Using the best mud rheological properties, estimate the pump pressure required to circulate the

drilling mud from the drillstring to the surface.

d) Estimate the equivalent circulating density (ECD) required for this wellbore operation.

e) Present your findings to the management in both report form and power point presentation.

Open

10

Project Members: (1) SARRIN RIZEDAH BINTI SAPUAN (17656)

(2) SRY THEARITH (17861)

(3) MOHD AZEEM BIN MUSTAFA (17241)

(4) SYED DZAFEER BIN SYED IDRUS (18773)

PCB4223 with true vertical depth (TVD) of 2,000 ft which is located at the southern part of Seri Iskandah,

Malaysia. The slim wellbore consists of a casing of OD = 13-3/8 inches (ID = 12.565 inches) at a depth of

300 ft followed by an open hole section of diameter, 12.25 inches. The drillstring, which extends to a total

depth of 2,000 ft has OD and ID respectively, 5.5 inches and 4.276 inches. The drill collar is designed as

an integral part of the drill bit with OD and ID of 9 inches and 2.875 inches respectively has a total length

of 50 ft. The mud is required to be circulated at a discharge rate of 550 gpm. The drill bit consists of a tricone bit with a discharge coefficient, Cd, of 0.95 and three varying nozzles sizes of 13/32-in, 14/32-in and

15/32-in. The following data in TABLE 1 were obtained from laboratory experiment for the drilling mud using

a rotational viscometer at 70oF. The measured mud weight was 10.5 ppg. Assume a smooth casing and

drillpipe surface.

Rotor

Speed

(RPM)

Dial

Reading

(degree)

600

76

300

52

200

42

100

29

drilling operation.

a) Characterize the drilling mud rheological constants with the Bingham plastic (BP), Power law (PL),

an Herschel-Bulkley (HB) fluid models using (i) the standard approach and (ii) regression approach.

Also apply the graphical method to predict the rheological constants of the mud sample.

b) Estimate the error margin between the experimental data and the predicted data in (ai) and (aii)

using the error measures (i) mean percent error (MPE) (ii) coefficient of determination, R2. Select

the best rheological model that represents your mud data.

c) Using the best mud rheological properties, estimate the pump pressure required to circulate the

drilling mud from the drillstring to the surface.

d) Estimate the equivalent circulating density (ECD) required for this wellbore operation.

e) Present your findings to the management in both report form and power point presentation.

Open

11

Project Members: (1) TAHYR GAZAKOV (17018)

(2) TAREK MAMDOUH ISMAIL EL SAYED AMER (17739)

(3) UMAIR BIN MOHD AZMI (17515)

(4) WAN MOHD TAUFIK BIN WAN RAJABUL ME'ARAJUDDIN (18635)

PCB4223 with true vertical depth (TVD) of 2,000 ft which is located at the southern part of Seri Iskandah,

Malaysia. The slim wellbore consists of a casing of OD = 13-3/8 inches (ID = 12.565 inches) at a depth of

300 ft followed by an open hole section of diameter, 12.25 inches. The drillstring, which extends to a total

depth of 2,000 ft has OD and ID respectively, 5.5 inches and 4.276 inches. The drill collar is designed as

an integral part of the drill bit with OD and ID of 9 inches and 2.875 inches respectively has a total length

of 50 ft. The mud is required to be circulated at a discharge rate of 550 gpm. The drill bit consists of a tricone bit with a discharge coefficient, Cd, of 0.95 and three varying nozzles sizes of 13/32-in, 14/32-in and

15/32-in. The following data in TABLE 1 were obtained from laboratory experiment for the drilling mud using

a rotational viscometer at 70oF. The measured mud weight was 10.5 ppg. Assume a smooth casing and

drillpipe surface.

Rotor

Speed

(RPM)

Dial

Reading

(degree)

600

81

300

42

200

28

100

14

drilling operation.

a) Characterize the drilling mud rheological constants with the Bingham plastic (BP), Power law (PL),

an Herschel-Bulkley (HB) fluid models using (i) the standard approach and (ii) regression approach.

Also apply the graphical method to predict the rheological constants of the mud sample.

b) Estimate the error margin between the experimental data and the predicted data in (ai) and (aii)

using the error measures (i) mean percent error (MPE) (ii) coefficient of determination, R2. Select

the best rheological model that represents your mud data.

c) Using the best mud rheological properties, estimate the pump pressure required to circulate the

drilling mud from the drillstring to the surface.

d) Estimate the equivalent circulating density (ECD) required for this wellbore operation.

e) Present your findings to the management in both report form and power point presentation.

Open

12

Project Members: (1) MUHAMMAD NADZIR BIN ABDOL RAHMAN (17598)

(2) DARVEEN A/L NITHEYANATHAN (17201)

(3) MUHAMMAD FADRUL BIN JAMALUDEEN (17497)

(4) MUHAMMAD DANIAL BIN AB RAZIP (18688)

PCB4223 with true vertical depth (TVD) of 2,000 ft which is located at the southern part of Seri Iskandah,

Malaysia. The slim wellbore consists of a casing of OD = 13-3/8 inches (ID = 12.565 inches) at a depth of

300 ft followed by an open hole section of diameter, 12.25 inches. The drillstring, which extends to a total

depth of 2,000 ft has OD and ID respectively, 5.5 inches and 4.276 inches. The drill collar is designed as

an integral part of the drill bit with OD and ID of 9 inches and 2.875 inches respectively has a total length

of 50 ft. The mud is required to be circulated at a discharge rate of 550 gpm. The drill bit consists of a tricone bit with a discharge coefficient, Cd, of 0.95 and three varying nozzles sizes of 13/32-in, 14/32-in and

15/32-in. The following data in TABLE 1 were obtained from laboratory experiment for the drilling mud using

a rotational viscometer at 70oF. The measured mud weight was 10.5 ppg. Assume a smooth casing and

drillpipe surface.

Rotor

Speed

(RPM)

Dial

Reading

(degree)

600

67

300

43

200

33

100

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drilling operation.

a) Characterize the drilling mud rheological constants with the Bingham plastic (BP), Power law (PL),

an Herschel-Bulkley (HB) fluid models using (i) the standard approach and (ii) regression approach.

Also apply the graphical method to predict the rheological constants of the mud sample.

b) Estimate the error margin between the experimental data and the predicted data in (ai) and (aii)

using the error measures (i) mean percent error (MPE) (ii) coefficient of determination, R2. Select

the best rheological model that represents your mud data.

c) Using the best mud rheological properties, estimate the pump pressure required to circulate the

drilling mud from the drillstring to the surface.

d) Estimate the equivalent circulating density (ECD) required for this wellbore operation.

e) Present your findings to the management in both report form and power point presentation.

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Project Members: (1) OMID BOOJARI (17030)

(2) SYED MAHADHIR CHAIDIR ALIDRUS (17738)

(3) NILZA ROMAO NHAMUAVE (16559)

(4) MUNZIR BIN IBRAHIM (17218)

PCB4223 with true vertical depth (TVD) of 2,000 ft which is located at the southern part of Seri Iskandah,

Malaysia. The slim wellbore consists of a casing of OD = 13-3/8 inches (ID = 12.565 inches) at a depth of

300 ft followed by an open hole section of diameter, 12.25 inches. The drillstring, which extends to a total

depth of 2,000 ft has OD and ID respectively, 5.5 inches and 4.276 inches. The drill collar is designed as

an integral part of the drill bit with OD and ID of 9 inches and 2.875 inches respectively has a total length

of 50 ft. The mud is required to be circulated at a discharge rate of 550 gpm. The drill bit consists of a tricone bit with a discharge coefficient, Cd, of 0.95 and three varying nozzles sizes of 13/32-in, 14/32-in and

15/32-in. The following data in TABLE 1 were obtained from laboratory experiment for the drilling mud using

a rotational viscometer at 70oF. The measured mud weight was 10.5 ppg. Assume a smooth casing and

drillpipe surface.

Rotor

Speed

(RPM)

Dial

Reading

(degree)

600

67

300

34

200

23

100

12

Your company management has tasked your team to carry out the following assignment for a successful

drilling operation.

a) Characterize the drilling mud rheological constants with the Bingham plastic (BP), Power law (PL),

an Herschel-Bulkley (HB) fluid models using (i) the standard approach and (ii) regression approach.

Also apply the graphical method to predict the rheological constants of the mud sample.

b) Estimate the error margin between the experimental data and the predicted data in (ai) and (aii)

using the error measures (i) mean percent error (MPE) (ii) coefficient of determination, R2. Select

the best rheological model that represents your mud data.

c) Using the best mud rheological properties, estimate the pump pressure required to circulate the

drilling mud from the drillstring to the surface.

d) Estimate the equivalent circulating density (ECD) required for this wellbore operation.

e) Present your findings to the management in both report form and power point presentation.

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Project Members: (1) WONG TAT FONG (19309)

(2) NURFARHANAH BINTI ABU KASIM (17686)

(3) RUL EZZAD RAMLI (18742)

(4) PRAVEEN KUMAR S/O ALAGASON (17304)

PCB4223 with true vertical depth (TVD) of 2,000 ft which is located at the southern part of Seri Iskandah,

Malaysia. The slim wellbore consists of a casing of OD = 13-3/8 inches (ID = 12.565 inches) at a depth of

300 ft followed by an open hole section of diameter, 12.25 inches. The drillstring, which extends to a total

depth of 2,000 ft has OD and ID respectively, 5.5 inches and 4.276 inches. The drill collar is designed as

an integral part of the drill bit with OD and ID of 9 inches and 2.875 inches respectively has a total length

of 50 ft. The mud is required to be circulated at a discharge rate of 550 gpm. The drill bit consists of a tricone bit with a discharge coefficient, Cd, of 0.95 and three varying nozzles sizes of 13/32-in, 14/32-in and

15/32-in. The following data in TABLE 1 were obtained from laboratory experiment for the drilling mud using

a rotational viscometer at 70oF. The measured mud weight was 10.5 ppg. Assume a smooth casing and

drillpipe surface.

Rotor

Speed

(RPM)

Dial

Reading

(degree)

600

96

300

69

200

57

100

41

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drilling operation.

a) Characterize the drilling mud rheological constants with the Bingham plastic (BP), Power law (PL),

an Herschel-Bulkley (HB) fluid models using (i) the standard approach and (ii) regression approach.

Also apply the graphical method to predict the rheological constants of the mud sample.

b) Estimate the error margin between the experimental data and the predicted data in (ai) and (aii)

using the error measures (i) mean percent error (MPE) (ii) coefficient of determination, R2. Select

the best rheological model that represents your mud data.

c) Using the best mud rheological properties, estimate the pump pressure required to circulate the

drilling mud from the drillstring to the surface.

d) Estimate the equivalent circulating density (ECD) required for this wellbore operation.

e) Present your findings to the management in both report form and power point presentation.

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Project Members: (1) MUHAMMAD ASRAF BIN OSMAN (15488)

(2) RAHIMAN MUHAMAD (16165)

(3) Any other person whose name is not captured

PCB4223 with true vertical depth (TVD) of 2,000 ft which is located at the southern part of Seri Iskandah,

Malaysia. The slim wellbore consists of a casing of OD = 13-3/8 inches (ID = 12.565 inches) at a depth of

300 ft followed by an open hole section of diameter, 12.25 inches. The drillstring, which extends to a total

depth of 2,000 ft has OD and ID respectively, 5.5 inches and 4.276 inches. The drill collar is designed as

an integral part of the drill bit with OD and ID of 9 inches and 2.875 inches respectively has a total length

of 50 ft. The mud is required to be circulated at a discharge rate of 550 gpm. The drill bit consists of a tricone bit with a discharge coefficient, Cd, of 0.95 and three varying nozzles sizes of 13/32-in, 14/32-in and

15/32-in. The following data in TABLE 1 were obtained from laboratory experiment for the drilling mud using

a rotational viscometer at 70oF. The measured mud weight was 10.5 ppg. Assume a smooth casing and

drillpipe surface.

Rotor

Speed

(RPM)

Dial

Reading

(degree)

600

84

300

60

200

50

100

37

14

12

drilling operation.

a) Characterize the drilling mud rheological constants with the Bingham plastic (BP), Power law (PL),

an Herschel-Bulkley (HB) fluid models using (i) the standard approach and (ii) regression approach.

Also apply the graphical method to predict the rheological constants of the mud sample.

b) Estimate the error margin between the experimental data and the predicted data in (ai) and (aii)

using the error measures (i) mean percent error (MPE) (ii) coefficient of determination, R2. Select

the best rheological model that represents your mud data.

c) Using the best mud rheological properties, estimate the pump pressure required to circulate the

drilling mud from the drillstring to the surface.

d) Estimate the equivalent circulating density (ECD) required for this wellbore operation.

e) Present your findings to the management in both report form and power point presentation.

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