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Computer analysis of digital well logs

James H. Scott

Computer analysis of digital well logs

by James H. Scott

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey in [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geophysical well logging -- Data processing.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 16.

    Statementby James H. Scott.
    SeriesGeological Survey circular -- 879., U.S. Geological Survey circular -- 879.
    ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p. :
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17830424M

      Basic Well Log Analysis is a general introduction to common openhole logging measurements, both wire line and MWD/LWD, and the interpretation of those measurements to determine the traditional analytical goals of porosity, fluid saturation, and lithology/mineralogy. It is arranged by the interpretation goals of the data, rather than by the underlying physics of the Price Range: $39 - $ In its most usual form, an oil well log is a record displayed on a graph with the measured physical property of the rock on one axis and depth (distance from a near-surface reference) on the other axis. More than one property may be displayed on the same graph. Well logs are recorded in nearly all oil and gas wells and in many mineral.

    #4: Looking for well-known stuff is a really straightforward problem - finding the weird stuff in the nooks and crannies is not. Unfortunately, with logs, the stuff you want to find is in the nooks and crannies; your firewall and IDS detected the well-known stuff. Approach log analysis with “the mind of a File Size: 4MB. Computer forensics is often painstaking, but finding electronic evidence that helps convict or exonerate someone can be immensely satisfying. Find out what a computer forensics investigator does and where the evidence is, the steps that investigators follow when obtaining and preparing e-evidence, and how that evidence is used.

    The information captured by logs can be used to help protect sensitive data and to support incident response and forensic analysis in the event of a suspected data breach or other forms of. @article{osti_, title = {Determination of lithology from well logs using a neural network}, author = {Rogers, S.J. and Fang, J.H. and Karr, C.L. and Stanley, D.A.}, abstractNote = {The authors have developed a computer program to automatically determine lithologies from well logs using a back-propagation neural network. Unlike a conventional serial computer, a neural network is a.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Scott, James H. Computer analysis of digital well logs. [Washington, D.C.?]: U.S. Dept.

of the Interior, Geological. COMPUTER ANALYSIS OF DIGITAL WELL LOGS By JAMES H. SCOTT ABSTRACT A comprehensive system of computer programs has been de­ veloped by the U.S. Geological Survey for analyzing digital well logs.

The programs are operational on a minicomputer in a research well-logging truck, making it possible to analyzeCited by: 1. Genre/Form: Online resources: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Scott, James H.

Computer analysis of digital well logs. [Washington, D.C.?]: U.S. Dept. Handbook of Well Log Analysis: For Oil & Gas Formation Evaluation [Pirson, Sylvain J.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Handbook of Well Log Analysis: For Oil & Gas Formation EvaluationAuthor: Sylvain J.

Pirson. Basic Well Log Analysis is a general introduction to common openhole logging measurements, both wire line and MWD/LWD, and the interpretation of those measurements to determine the traditional analytical goals of porosity, fluid saturation, and lithology/ by:   Basic Well Log Analysis is a general introduction to common openhole logging measurements, both wire line and MWD/LWD, and the interpretation of those measurements to determine the traditional analytical goals of porosity, fluid saturation, and lithology/mineralogy.

It is arranged by the interpretation goals of the data, rather than by the underlying physics of the. Formation Evaluation with Pre-Digital Well Logs covers the practical use of legacy materials for formation evaluation using wireline logging equipment from until the introduction of digital logging in the s and ‘70s.

The book provides powerful interpretation techniques that can be applied today when an analyst is faced with a drawer. To develop a system for analysis of well logs with a digital computer, three steps are necessary.

First, the log information must be in computer language; that is, digital form. Second, computer programs must be perfected for the interpretive methods applicable to the various logging systems so that the computer completes the sequence of.

The digital well log data set from USLandGrid is the most comprehensive collection of North Dakota LAS files available on the market today. With o individual wells and overindividual curves, USLandGrid offers companies an easy way to expand their existing coverage, start from scratch for newly acquired acreage, or quickly get down the path on play evaluations.

@article{osti_, title = {WELLOG: computer software system for analyzing and plotting well log data (a user's guide to WELLOG. REV2)}, author = {Atwood, J.W. and Killpack, T.J. and Glenn, W.E. and Nutter, C.}, abstractNote = {WELLOG is a software system that has been developed to plot digitized well log data in a manner suitable for analysis.

In computing, a log file is a file that records either events that occur in an operating system or other software runs, or messages between different users of a communication software. Logging is the act of keeping a the simplest case, messages are written to a single log file.

A transaction log is a file (i.e., log) of the communications between a system and the users of that system. Also, with the logs available in digital form, porosities and other computer-derived curves can be recalculated using lithologic parameters deter- mined for each individual well by the area geologist rather than the regional book parameters used by the logging company in the initial : Joseph E Robinson.

About the Book Author. Linda Volonino (PhD, MBA, CISSP, ACFE) is a computer forensic investigator and expert witness with Robson Forensic, Inc.

and a member of do Anzaldua (MBA, CISSP, EnCE, CHFI, IBM I-Series) teaches computer forensics and information security at South Texas College and works with private organizations and government agencies. Many operations are still using paper logs or spreadsheets to record activities throughout shifts.

With advancements in technology, electronic logs provide a better way to manage shift handover with easy-to-use data entry points. They also provide a host of usable features to help managers and admin track and on: 4 Riverchase Ridge, Birmingham,AL.

Filter well spots on a map. Click a well spot to load logs instantly into the browser. Select multiple wells to create a quick cross section. Quick and Easy Interpretations. View perforations, DST results, and well tops with logs.

Interpret and download your own contacts with header data. Download Digital Data. Editor’s comment: This article is the first in a series of short “tutorial-like” notes styled to mentor users of digital well log data in becoming confident practitioners of Petrophysics.

This first tutorial is aimed at those analysts of digital well logs who are lulled by slick pictures of computed answer products into believing the task is easy and quickly by: 2.

As research progresses in computer applications to well log analysis and lithologie interpretation, computer logs and plots should be included in this manual. The experimental logs now available were not included at this time, because they could be misleading.

At the present state of the art. The two most basic tools used in petroleum exploration and production are well logs and seismic data. Their integration is essential to enhance the probability of success of exploratory and development ventures.

In this module we concentrate on the subject of well logs. Although we always hope for success when we drill wells, we can learn valuable information from dry holes also. So, let’s. Basic Relationships of Well Log Interpretation INTRODUCTION This chapter provides a general introduction to well logging principles and methods that will be used throughout the book.

Succeeding chapters (2 through 6) introduce the reader to specific log types. The text discusses how different log types measure various. Features. Log analysis packages usually store data in a depth-oriented database.

This directly associates a well's scientific data (including wireline traces, core data, tops, and test intervals) with the specific depths of their ing on the LAP used, database depth values may change (1) by a constant increment (usually based on the smallest common sampling increment) or (2) by Link: Web page.

The quantitative and qualitative analyses were done for the three exploration wells with the depth ranges of m for Royal well 1, m for Royal well 2, and m for Royal well Author: Oluwaseun Fadeyi.r/oilandgasworkers: From roughnecks to refinery engineers and everyone in between, a place to share knowledge, news, and make connections.COMPUTER-ASSISTED INTERPRETATION OF GEOPHYSICAL WELL LOGS IN A COAL DEPOSITIONAL ENVIRONMENT, ILLINOIS BASIN, KENTUCKY By jEFFREY J.

DANIELS andjAMES H. SCOTT ABSTRACT Physical properties detected by Author: Jeffrey J. Daniels, James H. Scott.