Final Project Report Prepared for the Minerals Management Service Under the MMS/OTRC Cooperative Research Agreement 1435-01-99-CA-31003 Task Order 85222 Project Number 440
OTRC Library Number: 12/04-A146
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3. This dual kill rate would require that a kill rate pressure be taken at more than one rate, and the kill sheet should reflect these kill rate/kill rate pressure combinations. A thorough explanation can be found in Parts II and III.
Contacts: Dr. Jerome J. Schubert Department of Petroleum Engineering Texas A&M University, M.S. 3116 College Station, TX 77843-3116 979/862-1195, jschubert@.tamu.edu fax 979/845-1307 Dr. Jonggeun Choe Seoul National University School of Civil and Geosystems Engineering Seoul 151-742, Korea (822)880-8081, firstname.lastname@example.org fax (82-2)871-8938
Part I Modifications to an Existing Windows-Based Well Control Simulator to Model Extended Reach and Multilateral Wells by Dr. Jonggeun Choe, Seoul National University As summarized in this report, Task 2 the scope of work has been completed. We have completed the following: -Modify and update an existing conventional simulator using Visual Basic v.6.0 -Modify the simulator to model extended reach wells -Take into account gas compressibility factor on casing pressure and drill pipe pressure -Take into account compressibility of mud and formation on well stabilization -Modify the simulator to handle multilateral wells -Use the simulator to evaluate and compare current and new procedures, if any, from this study -Develop a Windows-based well control program with the following capabilities: • Ability to modify, save, and retrieve input data