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MP_standard-ICDP (Logging tool)


Model id: Mud Parameter standard size, Antares

Measurements:

  • pressure
  • electric mud resistivity or mud conductivity
  • temperature
  • total natural gamma

Purpose: mud properties: temperature, pressure, resistivity

Characteristics: Quartzdyne QL20K hi-resolution pressure sensor, PT-1000 temperature sensor (inside housing), flushed electrode array for resistivity; Pressure [MPa], MudRES [Ohmm], MP-TEMP [°C], GR [gAPI]

Limitations: Tmax 270°C without pressure sensor installed, Tmax with pressure sensor is 200°C

Specifications:

Vertical resolution:0.100 m
Typical logging speed:8.00 m/min
Maximum pressure:130.0 MPa
Maximum temperature:270℃
Maximum boreholedeviation:50°
Required boreholefluid:
water based mud, low solidsThe borehole has to be filled with a water based mud that has as little solid content as possible.
Minimum borehole diameter:0.130 m
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Type of datatransfer:
cableData are transferred in real time via a cable.
Required type of logging cable:
7 conductorA logging cable with 7 conductors.
Required cablehead:
LEH-SLB 3.3 inchSchlumberger LEH connector, SLB type, 3.3 inch.
Implement search on winches with this cable head.
Type of signal:
digitalDigital signal transmission.
Maximum cable length:7000 m
Acquisitionsystem (recommended):Antares-ICDP
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Length:4.80 m
Maximum diameter:0.092 m
Weight:70 kg
Belongs to toolstring:
standaloneA stand alone tool that cannot be integrated in a tool string.
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Usage conditons:Only non-commercial research is allowed/welcome.
Additional usage conditions:Logging as service by ICDP OSG
Additional information available at:https://www.icdp-online.org/fileadmin/icdp/services/img/Logging/OSG_Slimhole_Sondes_Specs_pics_01.pdf

Operator and contact:

Operator:GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, Centre for Scientific Drilling
Contact person:Jochem Kück
Email:jochem.kueck@gfz-potsdam.de
Telephone:+49 3312881087
Address: Telegrafenberg
Building A69
14473 Potsdam, Germany


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