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  • Drilling Engineering 2 Course (1st Ed.)

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  • 1. drilling hydraulics: A. types & criteria of fluid flow

    B. fluid Rheology and modelsa. Bingham plastic & Power-law models

  • 1. Laminar Flow in Pipes and Annuli

    2. Turbulent Flow in Pipes and Annuli

    3. Pressure Drop Across Surface Connections

    4. Pressure Drop Across Bit

    5. Optimization of Bit Hydraulics

    6. Particle Slip Velocity

  • laminar flowing pattern application

    For drilling operations the fluid flow of mud and

    cement slurries are most important.

    When laminar flowing pattern occurs, the following set of equations can be applied

    to calculate the friction pressure drop [psi] p, the shear rate at the pipe wall and the circulation bottom hole pressure for the different flow models:

    Fall 13 H. AlamiNia Drilling Engineering 2 Course (1st Ed.) 5

  • Laminar: Newtonian Fluid modelFlow through pipe:

    Flow through annulus:

    When comparing the mean velocity with the so called critical velocity, denoted by c (can, cp),

    the fluid flow pattern can also be determined. This classification is given by:

    < c ... laminar flow > c ... turbulent flow

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  • Laminar: Bingham Plastic Fluid ModelFlow through pipe

    cp in [ft/sec]

    Flow through annulus

    can in [ft/sec]:

    Fall 13 H. AlamiNia Drilling Engineering 2 Course (1st Ed.) 7

  • Laminar: Power-law Fluid ModelFlow through pipe

    cp in [ft/min]:

    Flow through annulus

    can in [ft/min]:

    Fall 13 H. AlamiNia Drilling Engineering 2 Course (1st Ed.) 8

  • turbulent fluid flow behavior description To describe the flow behaviour,

    friction pressure loss and shear rate at the pipe wall for laminar flow, analytic equations are applied.

    For turbulent fluid flow behavior, analytic models to calculate these parameters are extremely difficult to derive. Therefore, various concepts that

    describe their behavior are used in the industry.The concept based on the dimensionless quantity

    called Friction factor is the most widely applied correlation technique.

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  • friction factor determination for fully developed turbulent flow pattern

    [in] ... absolute roughness of pipe, see from following table (Absolute pipe roughness for several types of circular pipes)

    [1] ... relative roughness of pipe

    To solve this equation for f, iteration techniques have to be applied.

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  • Friction factor for turbulent flow

    The friction factor can also be obtained from the figure.

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  • Friction factor estimation

    In drilling operations, the relative roughness is oft assumed to be insignificant (usually less than 0.0004) which reduces the friction factor equation to the following equation for smooth pipes:

    For smooth pipes and turbulent flow (

    = 0 and 2,100

  • The pressure drop calculation at turbulent flow patternThe pressure drop at turbulent flow pattern is then

    computed for the different flow models when replacing di with the equivalent diameter de = 0.816 (d2 d1).

    When the friction factor is computed, the pressure drops for the individual flow models can be calculated.

    For Newtonian Fluid Model:

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  • Power-law Fluid Model:

    For fluids that behave according to the power-law fluid model, an empirical friction factor correlation based on the flow behaviour index n is used.

    This correlation gives for:Flow through pipe:

    Flow through annulus:

    a [cp] ... apparent Newtonian viscosity

    Fall 13 H. AlamiNia Drilling Engineering 2 Course (1st Ed.) 15

  • Friction factor for Power-Law

    Reynolds number is then compared with the critical Reynolds number, which is depended on the flow behaviour index n and should be obtained from the figure

    Friction factor for Power-Law fluid modelFall 13 H. AlamiNia Drilling Engineering 2 Course (1st Ed.) 16

  • pressure drop for power law

    Instead of using the figure, following equation can be applied to determine the friction factor iteratively:

    When the friction factor f is calculated, the corresponding pressure drop can be calculated with the Newtonian fluid model equation:

    Fall 13 H. AlamiNia Drilling Engineering 2 Course (1st Ed.) 17

  • the total pressure loss at the surface equipmentThe pressure drop in surface connections comprise

    the pressure drops along the standpipe, the rotary hose, swivel and kelly.

    Since different rigs do use different equipment, the total pressure loss at the surface equipment can only be estimated. (pf )se [psi] ... pressure loss through total surface

    equipment, q [gpm] ... flow rate, E [1] ... constant depending on the type of surface equipment used

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    Groups of surface equipment

  • Equivalent drillpipe lengths for surface equipmentAnother approach is

    to determine the equivalent length of drillpipe for each surface equipment and

    then use the relevant equations to determine the surface pressure loss.

    The Figure gives the equivalent lengths of the different equipment parts.

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  • pressure drop across the bit

    The pressure drop across the bit is mainly due to the change of fluid velocities in the nozzles.

    To increase the penetration rate, when the mud flows through the nozzles its speed is increased drastically which causes a high impact force when the mud hits the bottom of the hole. This high fluid speed on the other hand

    causes a relative high pressure loss.

    This pressure loss is very sensitive to the nozzle seize.

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  • Calculation of pressure drop across the bitThe bit pressure drop

    itself can be calculated with:

    AT [in2] ... total nozzle area

    dn [1/32] ... jet nozzle seize

    [ft/sec] ... mean nozzle velocity

    q [gpm] ... flow rate

    m [ppg] ... mud density

    Cd [1] ... discharge coefficient, depending on the nozzle type and size (commonly Cd = 0.95)

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  • Initiating Circulation

    All the equations to calculate the individual pressure drops presented above assume a nonthixotropic behavior of the mud.

    In reality, an additional pressure drop is observed when circulation is started due to the thixotropic structures which have to be broken down.

    This initial phase of addition pressure drop may last for one full circulation cycle.

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  • Initiating Circulation pressure drop calculationThe additional pressure drop can be estimated

    applying the gel strength g of the drilling mud as:For flow through pipes:

    For flow through annuli:

    g [lbf/100 ft2] ... gel strength of the drilling mud

    Fall 13 H. AlamiNia Drilling Engineering 2 Course (1st Ed.) 26

  • hydraulic program design

    The penetration rate in many formations is roughly proportional to the hydraulic horsepower expended at the bit.

    To drill most efficiently hydraulic programs are designed for maximum bottom hole cleaning

    (how much bottom hole cleaning is necessary to reach maximum penetration rate)

    combined with maximum bottom hole cleaning based on the surface hydraulic horsepower availability.

    Fall 13 H. AlamiNia Drilling Engineering 2 Course (1st Ed.) 28

  • drilling optimization parameters

    For this reason, mud rheology,

    hydraulics (individual pressure drops) and

    bit nozzle selection are the parameters to consider for drilling optimization.

    To optimize drilling hydraulics, different approaches can be made. The hydraulics can be designed to either optimize the nozzle velocity,

    the bit hydraulic horsepower or

    to optimize the jet impact force.

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  • The total pressure drop at the circulation systemThe total pressure drop at the circulation system

    is the summation of the pressure drop at the bit and

    the pressure drop through the rest of the circulation system.

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  • Optimum pressure drop across the bit

    The pressure drop across the bit can be written as:

    Hydraulic horsepower:

    Jet impact force:

    m [1] slope of the parasitic pressure loss (pf )d vs. flow rate

    Theoretically m = 1.75

    but in general it is better to determine m from field data than assuming this value.

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  • optimum nozzle area

    When plotting flow rate vs. pressure on a log-log plot, the optimum design is found at the intersection between the path of optimum hydraulics and the (pf )d line for either of the criteria mentioned above.

    Having determined the optimum design, the optimum pump flow rate,

    optimum nozzle area and

    corresponding pressure losses can be calculated:

    Fall 13 H. AlamiNia Drilling Engineering 2 Course (1st Ed.) 32