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Scirj Volume VIII, Issue X, October 2020 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

Characterization of Rheological Behavior of Non-Newtonian Oil Well Drilling Muds at Low Shear Rates

Dr. Shallal N. Mahdi

Abstract: Non –Newtonian Drilling muds are liquid fluids, made practically from some sort of chemically active, mica like hydrated sedimentary clays of origin from the Cretaceous age, called Sodium Montmorillonite, which may mix with other additives to form oil well drilling muds. Oil well drilling muds are slim suspension systems, used to hold and lift drilling bit excavated soil and rock cuttings up wellbore from down hole to surface separation and treating systems. Those flaky suspensions can generate groups and or series of chemical structures once mixed with water. These structures will be strong and firm according to the concentration of the components of the suspension, also, to the rest or static conditions which can be measured by a particular rotary sensing apparatuses, called rheometrs.

Reference this Paper: Characterization of Rheological Behavior of Non-Newtonian Oil Well Drilling Muds at Low Shear Rates by Dr. Shallal N. Mahdi published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume VIII, Issue X, October 2020 Edition, Page 18-24 ".

Search Terms: Drilling Muds Rheology, Non-Newtonian Fluids, Oil well Drilling, Bentonites-Polymer Suspensions

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