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Cement Slurry Chemistry

  • Caili DaiEmail author
  • Fulin Zhao
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Abstract

Cement slurry chemistry is to study the composition and property of cement slurry and its control and adjustment to achieve the purpose of sealing leakage layers, complex stratum, and protecting the production layer and casing. The type, structure, performance, and function mechanisms of cement additives are major components of cement slurry chemistry. Therefore in this chapter, the function and composition of cement slurry, the density of cement slurry and its adjustment, the thickening of cement slurry and the adjustment of thickening time, the rheological property of cement slurry and its adjustment, the filtration property of cement slurry and its control, gas channeling and its control, the leakage of cement slurry and its treatment, and cement slurry systems are introduced.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Petroleum EngineeringChina University of Petroleum (East China)QingdaoChina

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