The time factor effects of the drilling cement pastes on its working characteristics by increasing temperature.
KRIŽMA Martin1, a *, KIŠAC Marián2,b, SVOBODA Dušan3,c
1 Institute of Construction and Architecture SAS, Dúbravská cesta 9, +421/02/84503 Bratislava, Slovakia
2 Institute of Construction and Architecture SAS, Dúbravská cesta 9, +421/02/84503 Bratislava, Slovakia
3NAFTA a. s., Votrubova 1, +421/02/82109 Bratislava, Slovakia
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drilling cements – petroleum, natural gas, thermal water, cement paste, laboratory and increased temperature, experimental verification working characteristics in pressure and in tension
By drills realization in order to obtain petroleum and natural gas, the isolation of the individual layers along the height of drilling activity is the most important factor for judging the serviceability and follow-existence of the finished work. The special cements for drilling are used as plugging material suited according to API Spec. 10A (American Petroleum Institute).
Recently, in the institute we have dealt with the impact of the time factor on the pressure characteristics and stress-strain diagrams of samples from the drilling mud additives , due to the time factor for composites containing drilled and subsequently in practice applied aggregates  and also the characteristics of a drilling cement made for lower and laboratory increased temperatures . In the article we deal with a similar topic. Results for tension and pressure characteristics gathered in time up to 120 hours were used to generate the stress-strain diagrams, static and dynamic modules in compression. Heat background of tests answers the real terms of drilling activities up to 1200 m. In conclusion, we will compare the results with available foreign results.
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