The Electrical Resistivity Of Cement Paste Incorporated With Retarder
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Model test for Piezoresistivity of the Smart Cement B
as X-ray diffraction, calorimetric analysis, scanning electron microscopy and ultrasonic methods. Electrical resistivity is one of the method can be used to investigate the behavior of the oil well cement ( Vipulanandan and Heidari, 2014) due to the accuracy, ease of testing and nondestructive characteristics (Li et al. 2003) of this method. 2.
Subject: Experimental research for evaluating the performance
In all performed concrete was incorporated an admixture 395 N produced by MBT-Master Builders Technology Brasil, because that one is an admixture normally used in the concrete ready mix plants in the region of the great São Paulo. This admixture can act as a water reducer, as a plasticizer and as a retarder, according ASTM C 494 type D and E.
Monitoring of Smart Cemented Field Well B. Basirat and C
2. Li Zong-jin and Wei Xiao-sheng (2003), The Electrical Resistivity of Cement Paste Incorporated with Retarder. Journal of Wuhan University of Technology - Mater. SCi. Ed., 18, 2 4. 3. Ravi, K., Bosma, M., and Gastebled, O., (2002), Improve the Economics of Oil and Gas Wells by Reducing the Risk of Cement Failure.