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geology-where the pressure Is above the bubble point

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Subject: Geology
Topic: General Geology
Due on: 10/28/2015
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1. A core, 2.13” in diameter and 30“ in length, has been recovered from a 5,000 ft deep
sandstone. In order to run a point -load test, ten 3” long cores have been cut. The Following
failure loads (in psi) were obtained: 3,420 ; 3,150 ; 2,950 ; 3,280 ; 2,825 ; 3,410 ; 2,780 ; 3,050;
2,950 ; and 3,310. Estimate the
Young’s modulus

2. A well is drilled in an oil zone, where the pressure Is above the bubble point. This shalysandstone formation has the following given conditions:
Rw = 0.05 Ω m, Rt = 5 Ω m, Rsh = 1 Ω m, Φe = 0.18 .Using given equations to estimate the oil
saturation, assuming (1) Vsh is negligible, (2) Vsh = 0.25
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