The coaxial-cable experiment conducted in the lab was with 80 m coaxial cable( RG-85). This experiment compares the TDR response between damaged and undamaged cable. For the damaged cable, the damaged section is in the middle (40 m). The amplitude of the data is mV with time (us).
Wu, Y. and Wang, J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Mar 15, 2018 9 Resources 0 Stars Publicly accessible
This test was conducted at the Chevron Cymric oilfield in the California central valley near Bakersfield. A reflected seismic signal was observed in all three components (x, y, z) of the 3-component Episensor geophone, as well as all phones on the single component array. The arriv...
Wu, Y. et al Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
For the model calculation we applied EM3D using completion diagram of CaMI site and a background resistivity consistent with the borehole logs. It was also important to use the accurate position of the return electrode. We note that for the data fit the code also incorporated we...
Wang, J. and Wilt, M. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
The objective of this field test is to validate several technologies for non-invasive well integrity assessment using existing wells with a known completion. The tests were made at the Cymric oil field, which is a steam flood operation. The wells therefore undergo similar downhole...
Wang, J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Feb 21, 2019 5 Resources 0 Stars Publicly accessible
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