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Application of Machine Learning to accidents detection at directional drilling [article]

Ekaterina Gurina, Nikita Klyuchnikov, Alexey Zaytsev, Evgenya Romanenkova, Ksenia Antipova, Igor Simon, Victor Makarov, Dmitry Koroteev
2019 arXiv   pre-print
The model can detect an anomaly and identify its type by comparing the real-time measurements while drilling with the ones from the database of past accidents.  ...  We present a data-driven algorithm and mathematical model for anomaly alarming at directional drilling. The algorithm is based on machine learning.  ...  The main contribution of this paper is an anomaly detection approach for directional drilling operations, called the analogues search model.  ... 
arXiv:1906.02667v2 fatcat:qgpmwtjmgfh73fs3ibfadwmle4

Dispelling the myth of robotic efficiency

I A Crawford
2012 Astronomy & Geophysics  
I will argue below that the experience of human exploration during the Apollo missions, more recent field analogue studies, and trends in robotic space exploration actually all point to exactly the opposite  ...  This conclusion is corroborated by direct field comparisons of human and robotic exploration at planetary analogue sites on Earth.  ...  MSL, which at this writing is en route to Mars, has cost an estimated $2.5bn (Leone 2011) . Thus, in real terms, Apollo cost 70 times as much as MSL.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-4004.2012.53222.x fatcat:p3cxpr4nlzewpkkfsybrtundae

The 2005 MARTE Robotic Drilling Experiment in Río Tinto, Spain: Objectives, Approach, and Results of a Simulated Mission to Search for Life in the Martian Subsurface

Carol R. Stoker, Howard N. Cannon, Stephen E. Dunagan, Lawrence G. Lemke, Brian J. Glass, David Miller, Javier Gomez-Elvira, Kiel Davis, Jhony Zavaleta, Alois Winterholler, Matt Roman, Jose Antonio Rodriguez-Manfredi (+17 others)
2008 Astrobiology  
The mission used a fluidless, 10-axis, autonomous coring drill mounted on a simulated lander.  ...  The Mars Astrobiology Research and Technology Experiment (MARTE) simulated a robotic drilling mission to search for subsurface life on Mars.  ...  We gratefully acknowledge the hard work and camaraderie from the many individuals who participated in the MARTE project, for their contributions to the development of the MARTE drilling system and their  ... 
doi:10.1089/ast.2007.0217 pmid:19032053 fatcat:dz6eq5mxu5fkdmp7kb4rpdkyve

A Survey on Industry 4.0 for the Oil and Gas Industry: Upstream Sector

Olakunle Elijah, Pang Ai Ling, Sharul Kamal Abdul Rahim, Tan Kim Geok, Agus Arsad, Evizal Abdul Kadir, Muslim Abdurrahman, Radzuan Junin, Augustine Agi, Mohammad Yasin Abdulfatah
2021 IEEE Access  
This paper investigates the state-of-the-art efforts directed toward I4.0 technologies in the O&G upstream sector.  ...  Finally, future directions and research opportunities such as framework, edge computing, quantum computing, communication technologies, standardization, and innovative areas related to the implementation  ...  [173] used a unique AI-based application that allows the operator to prevent electrical submersible pump failure 12 days before the actual failure occurred and at the same time optimizing production  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3121302 fatcat:5ohmnlkrfjattcj6xdt4m2dwuq

Quantitative determination of stress by inversion of speckle interferometer fringe patterns: experimental laboratory tests

Douglas R. Schmitt, Mamadou S. Diallo, Frank Weichman
2006 Geophysical Journal International  
This time-lapse capability is useful when transient effects, such as thermal expansion displacements produced by the heat of drilling or ongoing time-dependent deformation, are active.  ...  Speckle interferograms are produced at rates near 4 Hz using a local Pearson's correlation method and are stored for analysis.  ...  The 24 bit grey-scale (Engler 2002) that allows the fringe patterns to be calculated using the algorithm of Schmitt & Hunt (1997) , and viewed in near real time (at four fringe patterns per second)  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-246x.2006.03099.x fatcat:4bhuk546prhqpbiusgdnmn4gqu

Application of Radio Beacons in SAR Operations

Mario Bakota, Zvonimir LuŁic, Danijel PuŁic
2020 TransNav: International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation  
The efficiency of the homing signal was examined by using two separate radio locating systems.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Research activities presented in this paper were conducted under the scientific research project "Use of a radio locating in SAR operations-2675/2017" supported by the University of Split-Faculty  ...  The radio direction finding equipment used by VTS and SAR centers depends on the search resources they use and on the potential search area.  ... 
doi:10.12716/1001.14.03.13 fatcat:wcmbboy755cuhh2rzrcqovgkba

Subsurface robotic exploration for geomorphology, astrobiology and mining during MINAR6 campaign, Boulby Mine, UK: part I (Rover development)

Thasshwin Mathanlal, Anshuman Bhardwaj, Abhilash Vakkada Ramachandran, María-Paz Zorzano, Javier Martín-Torres, Charles S. Cockell, Sean Paling, Tom Edwards
2019 International Journal of Astrobiology  
KORE was further tested in the Mine Analogue Research 6 (MINAR6) campaign during September 2018 in the Boulby mine (UK), the second deepest potash mine in Europe at a subsurface depth of 1.1 km, the results  ...  and search and rescue operations in case of an accident.  ...  The authors of this paper would like to thank Kempe Foundation for its generous funding support to develop KORE, the workshop at the Teknikens Hus, Luleå, for their invaluable and unconditional support  ... 
doi:10.1017/s147355041900020x fatcat:k6tu54kfpnb4lee32g7i2q35re

A Microbial Oasis in the Hypersaline Atacama Subsurface Discovered by a Life Detector Chip: Implications for the Search for Life on Mars

Victor Parro, Graciela de Diego-Castilla, Mercedes Moreno-Paz, Yolanda Blanco, Patricia Cruz-Gil, José A. Rodríguez-Manfredi, David Fernández-Remolar, Felipe Gómez, Manuel J. Gómez, Luis A. Rivas, Cecilia Demergasso, Alex Echeverría (+7 others)
2011 Astrobiology  
We performed a Mars analogue drilling campaign next to the Salar Grande (Atacama, Chile) in July 2009, and several cores and powder samples from up to 5 m deep were analyzed in situ with LDChip300 (a Life  ...  Thin liquid water films would permit microbes to proliferate by using detected organic acids like acetate (19.14 lg g -1 ) or formate (76.06 lg g -1 ) as electron donors, and sulfate (15875 lg g -1 ),  ...  Drilling and sample collection The apron at the base of a mountain of volcanic origin nearby the Salar Grande was chosen as a Mars analogue for the drilling and life-detection campaign (Fig. 1A) .  ... 
doi:10.1089/ast.2011.0654 pmid:22149750 pmcid:PMC3242637 fatcat:rlq2spf6hzgadgxvywsea2t6ba

Advanced monitoring of machining operations

R. Teti, K. Jemielniak, G. O'Donnell, D. Dornfeld
2010 CIRP annals  
Due to the high signal sampling rate, this estimator may be used for real-time flank wear estimation at time epochs of few milliseconds, which can help with early detection of undue tool wear and related  ...  Signals detected by these sensors are subjected to analogue and digital signal conditioning and processing with the aim to generate functional signal features correlated (at least potentially) with tool  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cirp.2010.05.010 fatcat:wunja27dajbt7p3owvnpknrov4

Flexible infrastructure free navigation for vehicles in underground mines

Johan Larsson, Mathias Broxvall, Alessandro Saffiotti
2008 2008 4th International IEEE Conference Intelligent Systems  
Assume that the vehicle starts at at the junction j6 facing in the direction of tunnel t7 and is given the goal to move to j5.  ...  Sonars are mainly used to detect obstacles, linear features and doors.  ... 
doi:10.1109/is.2008.4670406 fatcat:73jrwfbuyrftlf4fffatlvbsh4

Exploration Of Natural And Engineered Reservoirs For Geothermal Resource

Adele Manzella, Patrick Ledrù
2008 Zenodo  
Establishing predicted fluid circulation and temperature distribution for optimised well design, interactively locating the optimal well path and using real-time monitoring while drilling would allow to  ...  Passive seismic methods can also be used to detect the response to longer injection or production test periods and to help identify fracture and fault directions away from the well location, which in turn  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1257292 fatcat:tz6et3sje5cmhmdfjjtw6lzp4e

Tertiary deep-marine reservoirs of the North Sea region: an introduction

T. McKie, P. T. S. Rose, A. J. Hartley, D. W. Jones, T. L. Armstrong
2015 Geological Society Special Publication  
The combination of rotary steerable directional drilling with real-time surveying, including at-bit inclination and equivalent circulating density (ECD) monitoring, has allowed well design to progress  ...  Using all of these readings, pulsed up into the hole in real time when drilling, enables timely geosteering decisions to be taken to maximize reservoir penetration lengths.  ... 
doi:10.1144/sp403.12 fatcat:d4eipuzfa5f33dcwdxknlrcr7i

The dilatancy–diffusion hypothesis and earthquake predictability

Ian G. Main, Andrew F. Bell, Philip G. Meredith, Sebastian Geiger, Sarah Touati
2012 Geological Society Special Publication  
The basic hypothesis has stood up well in the laboratory, where catastrophic failure of intact rocks has been observed to be associated with geophysical signals associated both with dilatancy and pore  ...  complex systems generally, and specifically in oil and gas reservoir engineering, and may provide a clue as to why simple local laws for dilatancy and diffusion do not scale simply to bulk properties at  ...  The net effect is that the system becomes more non-linear, with a shorter detectable precursor duration, and overall less predictable in real time, as the strain rate decreases.  ... 
doi:10.1144/sp367.15 fatcat:oyz4qegmcvg5lg5g4dvjt5jdte

PCR-based analysis of microbial communities during the EuroGeoMars campaign at Mars Desert Research Station, Utah

Cora S. Thiel, Pascale Ehrenfreund, Bernard Foing, Vladimir Pletser, Oliver Ullrich
2011 International Journal of Astrobiology  
For the first time, we have demonstrated that it is possible to perform direct on-site DNA analysis by PCR at MDRS, a simulated planetary habitat in an extreme environment that serves as a model for preparation  ...  The search for evidence of past or present life on Mars will require the detection of markers that indicate the presence of life.  ...  with the E-Gel Safe Imager Real-time Transilluminator (Invitrogen, Germany).  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1473550411000073 fatcat:h7hpkc3mxzb6vejehtejdtoo3m

Advances in borehole imaging technology and applications

Stephen E. Prensky
1999 Geological Society Special Publication  
Advances in digital acquisition and processing permit real-time display and evaluation of images of the open borehole or the inside of casing.  ...  Borehole imaging devices are currently available for both wireline and loggingwhile-drilling (LWD) environments for use in both openhole and cased wells.  ...  Borehole video images are acquired in real-time as a series of analogue static images and recorded in continuous mode using conventional VCR technology.  ... 
doi:10.1144/gsl.sp.1999.159.01.01 fatcat:oj6b36ouhnddjfqtri3mirdyzu
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