Severity Analysis of Stick-slip Bifurcation in Drill-string Dynamics under Parameter Variation

Ibukunolu O Oladunjoye, Vahid Vaziri, James Ing, Sumeet S Aphale

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Abstract

Bifurcations are an interesting class of dynamic behavior exhibited by many nonlinear systems. Drill string typically employed in underground oil exploration are highly nonlinear systems whose dynamic behavior has generated huge research interest. Though it is well-known that typical drill-strings behave like piecewise smooth systems and the severity of bifurcations they exhibit has not been studied in depth. In this work, a two degree of freedom (2-DOF) model of the drill-string is constructed and its dynamic behavior. In-depth analysis of the effect of parameter variation on the severity of bifurcations is conducted. This can potentially deliver key insights in the design of control strategies aimed at suppressing problematic stick-slip oscillation.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEnvironment and Water Resource Management / 837: Health Informatics / 838: Modelling and Simulation / 839: Power and Energy Systems (AfricaEWRM 2016)
EditorsProf. Gagoitseope Mmopelwa, Dr. Naomi M. Seboni, Prof. Jagdish Prakash, George O. Anderson
PublisherACTA Press
Pages1-8
Number of pages8
ISBN (Electronic)978-0-88986-985-1
ISBN (Print)978-0-88986-984-4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 26 Sep 2016

Keywords

  • drill-string dynamics
  • stick-slip oscillation
  • stick-slip severity
  • drill-string
  • bifurcation

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    Oladunjoye, I. O., Vaziri, V., Ing, J., & Aphale, S. S. (2016). Severity Analysis of Stick-slip Bifurcation in Drill-string Dynamics under Parameter Variation. In P. G. Mmopelwa, D. N. M. Seboni, P. Jagdish Prakash, & G. O. Anderson (Eds.), Environment and Water Resource Management / 837: Health Informatics / 838: Modelling and Simulation / 839: Power and Energy Systems (AfricaEWRM 2016) (pp. 1-8). ACTA Press. https://doi.org/10.2316/P.2016.838-014