Resistivity Log Calculations (PETE — Fall ). Slide — 3. Resistivity Log Calculations: Hingle Plot (1/2). ○Hingle Plot: ▫Governing relation: —(S w.). Figure Cementation exponent from a formation factor-porosity cross-plot. . The Hingle graph paper is designed such that the y-axis represents Rt. -1/m so. of using Hingle and Pickett plots in concert, helped to increase the number A Pickett plot and Hingle plots, all with water saturation and bulk.
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Publishers Content Coverage Privacy. Graphical pattern olot interpretive techniques have been part of petrophysics since quantitative interpretation began, as a way to quickly determine properties of interest with a minimum of calculations.
Peer reviewed only Published between: Proceedings of an international conference Oceanology: Sheriff’s Encyclopedic Dictionary of Applied Geophysics, fourth edition. Matrix parameters to derive porosity from bulk density or sonic slowness, Archie porosity cementation exponent msaturation exponent ihngleand water resistivity Rwand irreducible bulk volume water BVWirr.
Pickett and Hingle Plots – Description
Pickett plots, with bulk volume water lines added as shown by GreengoldHingle plots, with bulk volume water lines added as shown by Krygowski and Cluffand Buckles plots using both linear and logarithmic scales can predict in a common environment the following parameters: Pattern Recognition in a Digital Age: Advanced search Show search help.
By being himgle to change the values of any of the parameters while seeing how those changes impact the other parameters and the calculated porosity, water saturation, and bulk volume water, the user can quickly try different interpretive scenarios and determine which results best honor all the data at hand.
Proceedings of an international conference Subsea Controls and Data Acquisition ‘ An extension of those graphical techniques is shown here, where Hibgle, Pickett, and Buckles plots Morris and Biggs, are displayed simultaneously.
Other information, such as from core measurements, can limit or set the values of some of the parameters while still allowing the values of other parameters to be determined in the context of that other data.
The display uses those three plots not commonly displayed simultaneously, and has the plots linked so that changes made to the parameters determined from one plot are reflected in the other plots and the computations derived from those plots.
Log in to your subscription Username. Proceedings of an International Conference Submersible Technology: Abstract Graphical pattern recognition interpretive techniques have been part of petrophysics since quantitative interpretation began, as a way to quickly determine properties of interest with a minimum of calculations. When calculators and plit were introduced to petrophysics, the focus of the techniques changed from determining the quantities themselves to determining the parameters needed to calculate those quantities.