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H D T REAL SHAPE L A T E R A L VARIATIONS I N THICKNESS EXTERNAL FORM CORRELATIONS. N D T (CURVES AND DIPS) ARRANGEMENT OR SEOUENCE OF BEDS OF BED A L L LOGS 1 I I ABRUPT ASPECT BOUNDARIES NATURE I PROGRESSIVE CONFORMABLE LOAD PHYSICAL ORIGIN ON BASE (LOWER ! H D T (CURVES A N D DIPS) CORRELATIONS H D T (CURVES A N D DIPS) EROSIONAL (SCOUR MARKS) TOOL MARKS A L L LOGS (SHAPE OF CURVES BELL. FUNNEL, CYLINDER) I HDT (CURVES A N D DIPS) BOUNDARY) TRAILS ORGANIC ORIGIN BURROWS BEDDING PLANE FEATURES PHYSICAL CURRENT (RIPPLES) H D T (CURVES A N D DIPS) ORIGIN EROSIONAL H D T (CURVES A N D DIPS) 3 N TOP MUD CRACKS ,UPPER ORGANIC BOUNDARY) ORIGIN I TRACKS TRAILS BURROWS MASSIVE OR HOMOGENEOUS HETEROGENEOUS 1 INTERNAL 0 RGAN IZATl ON LAMINATED I A L L LOGS A N D HDT (CURVES) H D T (CURVES A N D DIPS) HORIZONTAL CROSS LAMINATIONS FORESETS - H D T (CURVES AND DIPS) GRADED BEDDING HDT(CURVES A N D DIPS) A L L LOGS BUT ESPECIALLY H D l ORIENTED I N T E R N A L FABRIC (CURVE EVOLUTION) GROWTH STRUCTURE LOAD MARKS i VERTICAL PHYSICAL POST DEPOSITIONAL DEFORMATION H D T (DIPS AND CURVES) CONVOLUTE MOVEMENT INJECTION FRACTURES FAULTS A L L LOGS AND H D T (CURVES.
Electrical generator (H). - dark-room for development of the film (D). - a printer (not shown). Recent years have seen the introduction of fully computerized logging units, which not only handle the data acquisition, but permit well-site evaluations to be made. 2-18shows Schlumberger’s CSU * (Cyber Service Unit). Similar units are Gearhart’s DDL (Direct Digital Logging), Dresser Atlas’s CLS (Computerized Logging Service) and Welex’s DLS (Digital Logging System). ~ TABLE 2-2 Recommended maximum logging speeds.
G) Lateral variations are monitored by correlations between adjacent wells. L Fig. 1-32. An example of a sequence of homogeneous bedded and heterogeneous strata as distinguished by the dipmeter (From Payre and Serra, 1979). examination of outcrops, cores and cuttings. This will be developed in volume 2. Tables 1-4 set out the correspondence between geological factors and the log parameters which describe them. We will now study the principles of each of the logging services. This will provide an understanding of how formation geology affects tool response, and the uses to which the various log measurements can be put.
Fundamentals of Well-Log Interpretation1. The Acquisition of Logging Data by O. Serra (Eds.)