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347 Woodworking Patterns A Bound Set of Popular Woodworking by Cal Beverly (Editor)

By Cal Beverly (Editor)

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2 Detector Calibration. Calibration of any of these total-gas detectors should be carried out in terms of EMA. The response of the device will then be a function of both the gas concentration 42 Openhole Log Analysis and Formation Evaluation and the gas composition. For example, if a mixture of 25% methane and 75% air passes through the detector, then the response will be 25 ´ 1 = 25% EMA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. Thus, the same total gas reading could be obtained with only half as much ethane, a third as much propane, etc.

Katharometer [Thermal Conductivity Detector (TCD)]. This device responds to the thermal conductivity of the mixture of mud or cuttings and the carrier gas (air) as measured by a heated platinum wire. It is less sensitive than either the FID or the CCD. 2 Detector Calibration. Calibration of any of these total-gas detectors should be carried out in terms of EMA. The response of the device will then be a function of both the gas concentration 42 Openhole Log Analysis and Formation Evaluation and the gas composition.

1. Thus, the same total gas reading could be obtained with only half as much ethane, a third as much propane, etc. It is also common to correct the raw readings for a number of variables related to the drilling process. These include • • • • Mud-pump output Penetration rate Volume of mud per unit length of hole Bit size These are combined to obtain a dilution ratio that is multiplied by the raw total gas reading to give a normalized reading that is independent of the mechanical details of the drilling process.

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