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Chapter 1
Introduction
 
Chapter 2
Introduction
Safety and the Environment
The Planning Process
Fluid Categories
Fluid Density
Crystallization Temperature
Temperature and Pressure Effects
Estimating Required Fluid Volume
Fluid Compatibility
 
Chapter 3
Maintenance of Clear Brine Fluid Properties
Corrosion Control
Displacement
Fluid Loss Control
Filtration and Brine Clarity
 
Chapter 4
Introduction
General Density Equations
Brine Volume Calculations
Weight Up of Single Salt Brine with Dry Chemicals
Cutback Calculations
Mixing Viscosified Pills
Spotting Balanced Pills
Slug Calculations
 
Chapter 5
Introduction
Clear Brine Fluids
Fluids Specially Blended to Control Fluid Loss
Breaker Technology
Bridging Agents
Corrosion Control Additives
Dry Salt Weight Material
Formation Protection Additives
pH Control & Buffering Agents
Rheological and Filtrate Control Products
Filtration Products
Chemical Displacement Products
Specialized Rental Equipment
Specialty Wellbore Cleanup Tools
 
Chapter 6
Introduction
Units of Measurement
Common Minerals and Metals
Useful Conversion Factors
Useful Formulas
Capacity Tables
Hole Capacity
Drill Pipe Capacity and Displacement
API Casing and Liner Capacity and Displacement
Tubing Capacity and Displacement
Annular Capacity

Annular Velocity
Single Salt Fluid Composition and Blending Tables
Ammonium Chloride Composition and Blending Tables
Potassium Chloride Composition and Blending Tables
Sodium Chloride Composition and Blending Tables
Sodium Formate Composition and Blending Tables
Potassium Formate Composition and Blending Tables
Sodium Bromide Composition and Blending Tables
Calcium Chloride Composition and Blending Tables
Calcium Bromide Composition and Blending Tables

 
Chapter 7
Introduction
CBF Chemical Constituents
Brine Handling and Personal Safety
Environmental Considerations: Brine Handling and Disposal
Agency Contact Information
 
Chapter 8
Information
Crystallization Temperature
Corrosion Control
Displacement
Reduction of Fluid Loss
Filtration
Clarity
Conclusion
 
Chapter 9
References
 
Chapter 10
Introduction
List of Tables
List of Figures
List of Symbols Used in Equations
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