Rock Drillability. George Exadaktylos. Professor of Rock Mechanics & Mining Engineering, School of Mineral Resources. Engineering, Technical University. The purpose of this paper is to provide a proper, practical and convenient drilling rate index (DRI) prediction model based on rock material. Quantifying the rock microfabric is one of the most important research interests and challenges in the field of rock drilling and excavation.
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The real rock is in between depending upon the rock type. It also indicates a co-efficient of energy transfer drillabiligy the extent of vibration in an efficient drilling process.
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Advanced search Show search help. However, quite often, rock properties like UCS and abrasiveness have historically been used to define rock drillability and help decide bit selection, drive mechanism and drilling parameters.
Further, this gives an excellent tool to optimize the bit and drilling process for a given rock formation while depicting its physico-mechanical and micro-structural gocks as a signature plot.
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As a result, the industry uses hardly any. Rock Mechanics Symposium and 5th U.
The relevant rock properties are density, porosity, compressional and shear wave velocities, unconfined compressive strength, Mohr friction angle, mineralogy, and grain sizes. Sheriff’s Encyclopedic Dictionary of Applied Geophysics, fourth edition. American Rock Mechanics Association Downloads 1 in the last 30 days 1, since Show more detail.
Publishers Content Coverage Privacy. Abstract Drillability of a rock is often expressed in terms of a large number of parameters; however, the industry hardly uses any.
Log in to your subscription Username. Proceedings of an international conference Drillsbility Proceedings of an international conference Subsea Controls roc,s Data Acquisition ‘ Peer reviewed only Published between: These are compiled and normalized in a scale of 1 to 8; value of 1 represents very soft rock and a value of 8 represents hard rock, ideally.
The drillability is assumed to be indicative of unconfined compressive strength UCS at atmospheric drilling [1,2] or confined compressive strength CCS together with a factor of efficiency [3,4,5].
As a compromise, the present work describes drillability in terms of eight simple physical, mechanical, and micro-structural properties, which are displayed visually and are available from either log data or from laboratory core testing. Quite often these are not well understood or communicated to the end users. These rock properties are typically estimated using electric log data [17,18,19,20,21] using a known calibration or mea in the laboratory in absence of logs.
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