problem 1) describe in details the conventional resistivity logging method with reference to principle, devices used, log presentation and application.
problem 2) describe in brief the different components of wire line logging equipments with neat diagram.
problem 3) Describe temperature logging with reference to objectives, principle, properties measured and applications.
problem 4) Describe how focussed electrode logs are useful over conventional resistivity logs. Describe the principle, equipment, depth of investigation, vertical resolution and application of Laterolog 7.
problem 5) prepare short notes on the following:
a) What are the constituents of MWD and its importance.
b) Application of caliper logging.
c) Parameters of importance in “logging environment”.
d) Shale potential.
e) Delaware effect.
problem 6) Describe the working principle of spectral Gamma Ray log, its qualitative and quantitative use.
problem 7) Describe induction logging with reference to objectives, properties measured, principle, equipment, optimum logging, conditions.
problem 8) Answer the following:
a) Describe the factors affecting shape and amplitude of SP curves.
b) Microspherically focussed logs.
c) Sequence of events in simple DST and its application.