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The Ultrasonic Borehole Imager is a new generation acoustic borehole televiewer built on ultrasonic imaging technology. It allows for borehole stability tests, fracture analysis, and structural interpretations independent of mud type. A high-resolution transducer on the Ultrasonic Borehole Imager produces sound images of the borehole. The precise borehole cross section measurement provided by the equipment can be used to determine crucial borehole stability and breakout information.
The transducer’s high-resolution image is perfect for measuring the internal geometry of the casing. The rotating transducer built into the UBI sonde functions as both a transmitter and a receiver. For tracking the whole range of typical openhole diameters, the transducer subassembly is offered in a number of sizes. By minimising attenuation in heavy fluids and preserving a good signal-to-noise ratio, the subassembly is also chosen to optimise the distance travelled by the ultrasonic sound pulse in the borehole fluid.
The conventional and higher resolution operating frequencies of the ultrasonic borehole imager measure amplitude and transit time. The logging environment, such as the mud type and density, is taken into account while choosing the image resolution. Image resolution is increased by increasing frequency. A reliable measurement in highly dispersive muds is provided by the lower standard frequency.
The Global Ultrasonic Borehole Imager market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Halliburton Unveils New Borehole Imaging Technology. A wireline logging service that assists operators in obtaining more precise well data to better assess production potential generates high-resolution images in oil-based mud to facilitate formation appraisal. The instrument offers high-resolution photographs of the reservoir structure for more accurate identification of bedding, fracture patterns, fault zones, and potential flow obstacles.
The industry has struggled to obtain high resolution photographs in fluid systems made of oil or synthetic materials. Customers can choose any three of StrataXaminer’s ten operational frequencies to record simultaneously. With this dynamic range, operators can alter the image quality in a single run depending on the formation type, fluid system, and record.The equipment can function at higher pressures than earlier technologies and comes in three versions to maximise the acquisition quality in boreholes of different sizes. As it collects data up and down a well, the 8-pad instrument offers the maximum borehole coverage, enhancing data quality and offering additional collection choices on a single pass in hole.
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