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The goal of this first chapter is to discuss well logging in terms of its traditional application to formation hydrocarbon evaluation and to describe the wide variety of physical measurements which address the relevant petrophysical parameters. We begin with a description of the logging process, to provide an idea of the experimental environment in which the measurements must be made.
The birth of logging can be dated to the first recorded event  at Pechelbronn on September 5, where H.
Doll and the Schlumberger brothers and a few others made a semicontinuous resistivity measurement in that tired old field in Alsace. The operation was performed with a rudimentary device a sonde consisting of a bakelite cylinder with a couple of metallic electrodes on its exterior.
Wireline refers to the armored cable by which the measuring devices are lowered and retrieved from the well and, by a number of shielded insulated wires in the interior of the cable, provide for the electrical power of the device and a means for the transmission of data to the surface. More recently, the devices have been encapsulated in a drill collar, and the transmission effected through the mud column.
This procedure is known as logging while drilling LWD. The process of logging involves a number of elements, which are schematically illus- trated in Fig. Our primary interest is the measurement device, or sonde.
Currently, over fifty different types of these logging tools exist in order to meet various informa- tion needs and functions. Some of them are passive measurement devices; others exert some influence on the formation being traversed.
Their measurements are transmitted to the surface by means of the wire line.
Much of what follows in succeeding chapters is devoted to the basic principles exploited by the measurement sondes, without much regard to details of the actual devices.
It is worthwhile to mention a few general points regarding the construction of the measurement sondes. download Hardcover. download Softcover.
FAQ Policy. About this Textbook Well logging lies at the intersection of applied geophysics, petroleum and geotechnical engineering. Show all. Pages Introduction to Well Log Interpretation: Finding the Hydrocarbon Ellis, Darwin V. Induction Devices Ellis, Darwin V. Method and apparatus for neutron induced gamma ray well logging.
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True to the Elsevier style, the paper quality and photographics are excellent. I would certainly recommend this book be placed on the shelves of all sedimentologists and petroleum scientists. Well Logging for Earth Scientists. Ellis, Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp, Dfl.
Thorough explanations of the physical principles that are difficult to find in the six decades of well logging literature are presented on the subject. Graphic explanations of the mechanics and operations of well logging tools also accompany discussion of physics and mathematics.