Sand Failure: Effect of Biocide on the Geomechanical Properties of Outcrop Carbonate Rock Under Static Conditions

Elizabeth Wuyep, Gbenga Oluyemi, Kyari Yates, Alfred Akisanya

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Abstract

The effects of chemical interaction of a biocide with formation rocks on the rock geomechanical properties are examined. A combination of analytical test (Scanning Electron Microscopy/Energy-Dispersive X-Ray Analysis, X-Ray Powder Diffraction and Particle Size Distribution) and uniaxial compressive test was used in this study. The particle size distribution showed an increase in D50 with poor sorting for the chemically treated carbonate core samples. The XRPD shows evidence of altered minerals in the chemically treated samples. It was observed that the interaction led to precipitation of new materials that clogged the pore space of the samples leading to up to 150% increase compressive strength of the carbonate following treatment with the biocide. The results give more insight into the limitations of the existing sand production prediction models with respect to the effect of oilfield chemicals on the strength of the reservoir rocks. Key words: Chemical interaction, glutaraldehyde, dolomite, uniaxial compressive strength, reservoir rock
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationRecent Advances in Geo-Environmental Engineering, Geomechanics and Geotechnics, and Geohazards
EditorsAmjad Kallel, Zeynal A. Erguler, Zhen-Dong Cui, Ali Karrech, Murat Karakus, Pinnaduwa Kulatilake, Sanjay K. Shukla
PublisherSpringer
Chapter43
Pages183 - 185
Number of pages3
ISBN (Electronic)978-3-030-01664-4
ISBN (Print)978-3-030-01664-7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2019

Publication series

NameAdvances in Sciences, Technology and Innovation
PublisherSpringer Nature Switzerland AG
ISSN (Print)2522-8714
ISSN (Electronic)2522-8722

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carbonate rock
outcrop
pesticide
reservoir rock
compressive strength
sand
particle size
carbonate
pore space
sorting
rock
X-ray spectroscopy
dolomite
scanning electron microscopy
X-ray diffraction
mineral
prediction
energy
effect
chemical

Keywords

  • Chemical interaction
  • Glutaraldehyde
  • Carbonate
  • Reservoir rock
  • Uniaxial compressive strength

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Wuyep, E., Oluyemi, G., Yates, K., & Akisanya, A. (2019). Sand Failure: Effect of Biocide on the Geomechanical Properties of Outcrop Carbonate Rock Under Static Conditions. In A. Kallel, Z. A. Erguler, Z-D. Cui, A. Karrech, M. Karakus, P. Kulatilake, & S. K. Shukla (Eds.), Recent Advances in Geo-Environmental Engineering, Geomechanics and Geotechnics, and Geohazards (pp. 183 - 185). (Advances in Sciences, Technology and Innovation). Springer . https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-01665-4_43

Sand Failure : Effect of Biocide on the Geomechanical Properties of Outcrop Carbonate Rock Under Static Conditions. / Wuyep, Elizabeth; Oluyemi, Gbenga; Yates, Kyari; Akisanya, Alfred.

Recent Advances in Geo-Environmental Engineering, Geomechanics and Geotechnics, and Geohazards. ed. / Amjad Kallel; Zeynal A. Erguler; Zhen-Dong Cui; Ali Karrech; Murat Karakus; Pinnaduwa Kulatilake; Sanjay K. Shukla. Springer , 2019. p. 183 - 185 (Advances in Sciences, Technology and Innovation).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Wuyep, E, Oluyemi, G, Yates, K & Akisanya, A 2019, Sand Failure: Effect of Biocide on the Geomechanical Properties of Outcrop Carbonate Rock Under Static Conditions. in A Kallel, ZA Erguler, Z-D Cui, A Karrech, M Karakus, P Kulatilake & SK Shukla (eds), Recent Advances in Geo-Environmental Engineering, Geomechanics and Geotechnics, and Geohazards. Advances in Sciences, Technology and Innovation, Springer , pp. 183 - 185. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-01665-4_43
Wuyep E, Oluyemi G, Yates K, Akisanya A. Sand Failure: Effect of Biocide on the Geomechanical Properties of Outcrop Carbonate Rock Under Static Conditions. In Kallel A, Erguler ZA, Cui Z-D, Karrech A, Karakus M, Kulatilake P, Shukla SK, editors, Recent Advances in Geo-Environmental Engineering, Geomechanics and Geotechnics, and Geohazards. Springer . 2019. p. 183 - 185. (Advances in Sciences, Technology and Innovation). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-01665-4_43
Wuyep, Elizabeth ; Oluyemi, Gbenga ; Yates, Kyari ; Akisanya, Alfred. / Sand Failure : Effect of Biocide on the Geomechanical Properties of Outcrop Carbonate Rock Under Static Conditions. Recent Advances in Geo-Environmental Engineering, Geomechanics and Geotechnics, and Geohazards. editor / Amjad Kallel ; Zeynal A. Erguler ; Zhen-Dong Cui ; Ali Karrech ; Murat Karakus ; Pinnaduwa Kulatilake ; Sanjay K. Shukla. Springer , 2019. pp. 183 - 185 (Advances in Sciences, Technology and Innovation).
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