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API RP 13B-1 (Complete Document)
Revision / Edition: 4    Chg: W/ ERTA    Date: 08/00/14   Abbreviations Definitions
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RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR FIELD TESTING WATER-BASED DRILLING FLUIDS*** ISO ADOPTION FROM ISO 10414-1 ***
Additional Comments:GX13B14
Published By:American Petroleum Institute (API)
Page Count:104
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Description / Abstract Back to Top
This part of ISO 10414 provides standard procedures for determining the following characteristics of water-based drilling fluids:

a) drilling fluid density (mud weight);

b) viscosity and gel strength;

c) filtration;

d) water, oil and solids contents;

e) sand content;

f) methylene blue capacity;

g) pH;

h) alkalinity and lime content;

i) chloride content;

 j) total hardness as calcium.

Annexes A through K provide additional test methods which may be used for

— chemical analysis for calcium, magnesium, calcium sulfate, sulfide, carbonate and potassium;

— determination of shear strength;

— determination of resistivity;

— removal of air;

— drill-pipe corrosion monitoring;

— sampling, inspection and rejection;

— rig-site sampling;

— calibration and verification of glassware, thermometers, viscometers, retort-kit cup and drilling-fluid balances;

— permeability-plugging testing at high temperature and high pressure for two types of equipment;

— example of a report form for water-based drilling fluid.
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