4 edition of Application of the electromagnetic borehole flowmeter found in the catalog.
Application of the electromagnetic borehole flowmeter
by National Risk Management Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Cincinnati, OH
Written in English
|Statement||by Steven C. Young ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Young, Steven C., National Risk Management Research Laboratory (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 59 p.|
|Number of Pages||59|
Paillet, F.L., Crowder, Robert, and Hess, A.E., , High resolution flowmeter logging - a unique combination of borehole geophysics and hydraulics; Part II--Borehole applications with the heat-pulse flowmeter: Symposium on the Application . Posted in Liquid Flow Meters on J Liquid flow meters are essential in measuring the displacement or bulk movement of liquids in an application. There are various types of flow quantification devices available, and one such type is electromagnetic .
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Environmental Protection Agency. A vertical component electromagnetic (EM) borehole flowmeter with the versatility and sensitivity req uired for application at most sites has been developed by the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA).
The prototype TVA EM flowmeters. The book explains the theory, numerical modeling, and applications of a borehole electromagnetic telemetry system, which is used for wireless communication between the downhole tool and the surface control center during oilfield drilling and covers both 2D and 3D electromagnetic.
This report describes the operation and application of the TVA prototype EM borehole flowmeters, including theory, design, calibration, basic field applications, data analysis, and potential. Borehole flowmeters are downhole tools that measure axial flow in a well or borehole.
Desirable flowmeter characteristics include low detection limit, a wide range of operation, accuracy, durability, reliable performance, and a small diameter and length. The recently developed electromagnetic (F.M) flowmeter Cited by: Although this document focuses on the design and application of the electromagnetic flowmeter developed under this project for the measurement of the vertical component of flow within a well, the data collection and methods of analysis apply to other types of vertical component flowmeters.
Application Procedures for the Electromagnetic Borehole Flowmeter in Shallow Unconfined Aquifers Article in Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation 21(4) - November with 25 Reads. Fig. Electromagnetic flowmeter data for a crystalline-bedrock borehole in New Hampshire illustrating the effect of the rough borehole wall compared to the smooth inside of casing on flow measurements where there is no significant difference between inside diameter of the casing and the average borehole Cited by: Electromagnetic-induction logs record the electrical conductivity or resistivity of the rocks and water surrounding the borehole.
Electrical conductivity and resistivity are affected by the porosity. An Evaluation of Borehole Flowmeters Used to Measure Horizontal Ground-Water Flow in Limestones of Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee, By John T.
Wilson1, Wayne A. Mandell2, Frederick L. File Size: 5MB. It is increasingly common for the electromagnetic borehole flowmeter (EBF) to he used to measure hydraulic conductivity (K) distributions in subsurface flow systems.
Past applications involving the Cited by: This report describes an electromagnetic (EM) borehole flowmeter which is based on Faraday's law of induction and produces a voltage proportional to the velocity of water passing through the central.
This report describes an electromagnetic (EM) borehole flowmeter, developed by the Tennessee Valley Authority (TV A), which is based on Faraday's law of induction and produces a voltage.
Recently developed high-resolution flow logging equipment such as the heat-pulse (Hess, ) and electromagnetic (Molz and others, ) flowmeters add the important ability to tie borehole. principle of electromagnetic flow meas-urement is especially important.
This book is intended to serve as a gen-eral source of information when it comes to the use and technology of electro-magnetic flowmeters (EMF). To start off, the reader is introduced to the basics of the electromagnetic File Size: 2MB. Abstract High-resolution flowmeter measurements such as those obtained with heat-pulse and electromagnetic flowmeters are often analyzed to produce in situ permeability profiles of heterogeneous aquifers.
However, the borehole. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated. Get this from a library. Application of the electromagnetic borehole flowmeter: project summary.
[Steven C Young; National Risk Management Research Laboratory (U.S.);]. Borehole wire-line packers and downhole transducer (for differential head measurements) Cross-well flow testing and monitoring; Flowmeter logging in ambient or stressed, single- and cross-hole surveys; Borehole heat-pulse flowmeter; Borehole electromagnetic (EM) flowmeter; Spinner flowmeter.
for future application of the technology. Borehole flowmeter instrument The term “borehole flowmeter” in this report refers to any instrument that measures the vertical flow inside a well casing.
Various types of borehole flowmeters have been used in field applications Author: G.P. Flach. This book explains the theory, numerical modeling, and applications of a borehole electromagnetic telemetry system used for wireless communication between the downhole tool and the surface control .Magnetic Flowmeter Applications.
Although there are numerous types of magnetic flowmeters available for measuring liquid flow rates, all of them function according to the fundamental principles of .Electromagnetic flow meters are not without drawbacks, though.
There are several of them, and they should be considered before deciding whether to use this type of flow meter. The application of electromagnetic flowmeters .