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Articles by M.B. Naghibi Sistani
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  M.H. Bahari , A. Bahari , F. Nejati Moharrami and M.B. Naghibi Sistani
  In this research, GA is employed to determine constant coefficients of Bourgoyne and Young model and consequently predict drilling rate with high accuracy. Bourgoyne and Young model represents a general mapping between drilling rate and some drilling variables. There are eight unknown parameters in this model, which are dependent to the ground formation types. These eight parameters can be determined using previous drilling experiences. Previous drilling experiences include date sets of eight different drilling parameters such as depth, bit weight, rotary speed and pore pressure. In this research, sensory data of drilling nine different wells of Khangiran Iranian gas field has been collected to obtain needed sets. Bourgoyne and Young recommended multiple regression method to determine unknown coefficients. However, applying multiple regression method leads to physically meaningless values in some situations. Although, some new mathematical methods have recently been issued to reach meaningful results, applying them diminishes drilling rate prediction accuracy in practice. In order to reach more accurate prediction and physically meaningful coefficients, we applied Genetic Algorithm (GA) to determine unknown parameters of Bourgoyne and Young model. Afore-mentioned wells were considered for applying the new approach and testing it. Simulation results prove the proficiency of the new methodology to determine constant coefficients of Bourgoyne and Young model.
 
 
 
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