DrillingFluidsCommonQuestions

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Hydraulic Module-1 What is the definition of a Fluid? 3 Itis a substance, which, due to the nature of its internal structure, offers very little resistance to change in shape, when pressure is applied. 3 Itis a substance, which, due to the nature of its internal structure, offers alarge resistance to change in shape, when pressure is applied. 3 Itis a substance which, due to the nature of its internal structure, continues to flow, when pressure is applied. 3 Itis a substance, which, due to the nature of its internal structure, is compressible, when pressure is applied. Correct! An Inhibitive Silicate mud System is an example of which mud type: 3 Invert Emulsion <) OilBased Mud <) Water Based Mud Correct! What instrument would be used to measure the Plastic Viscosity and Yield Point of a fluid? A Viscometer A pipette AFilter Press Litmus Paper 000V OY A Baroid Mud Balance Correct!
What are the Functions of Drilling Fluid? (Select all that apply.) Prevent Caving ] Hold gas in solution until the "bubble point" is reached Suspend Cuttings in the wellbore when Pumps are off Cool and Lubricate the system [C] Form Wall cake (Filter cake) which is thick and permeable in nature Have sufficient density to Control Formation Pressures Form Wall cake (Filter cake) which is thin and impermeable in nature ] Allow cuttings to settle in the wellbore when Pumps are off Transmit Hydraulic Energy Remove Cuttings from wellbore Control Corrosion Suspend weight of drill string and casing [ Submit Question ] Correct! Optimization can be best described by which statement below? 3 The procedure or procedures used to make a system or a design as effective or as functional as possible. 3 The procedure or procedures used to maximize the rate at which a task is completed whilst minimizing the effect on the environment. 3 The procedure or procedures used to minimize the effect on the environment of a particular system. 3 The procedure or procedures used to maximize the rate of completion of a task, without taking into account the effect on the overall system. Incorrect. What instrument would be used to measure the Gel Strength of a fluid? Litmus Paper A Viscometer A pipette A Marsh Funnel A Baroid Mud Balance AFilter Press QOOVOOO Correct!
What fluid properties would be measured if a Retort was performed? The liquid and solid content of the fluid The sand content of the fluid The extent of the flocculation within a fluid The Temperature at which the fluid becomes unstable The Hydrogen lon Concentration in the fluid O0O0OLVOOY The Cation Exchange Capacity of the fluid Correct! What fluid properties would be measured if a pH test was performed? 3 The sand content of the fluid The Temperature at which the fluid becomes unstable The liquid and solid content of the fluid The Viscosity of the fluid The Hydrogen lon Concentration in the fluid O00VOO The extent of the flocculation within a fluid 3 The Cation Exchange Capacity of the fluid Correct!
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