Investigation of impact resistance of grouting materials

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Background: Cementing of the production column is an important stage of well completion, which in turn requires the correct selection of the formulation of grouting solutions that ensure the durability of well operation.

Aim: In this article, the analysis of the main factors affecting the quality of well cementing at each stage is carried out, and the impact resistance of grouting materials in the bottom-hole zone of the well is considered in detail.

Materials and methods: The method of assessing the impact resistance of grouting materials by the magnitude of impact strength is described.

Results: The results of research work carried out on the basis of this method with reinforced grouting solutions used to increase the specific impact strength of cement stone are presented.

Conclusion: Experimental studies have shown the effectiveness of polypropylene fiber and building micro-reinforcing fibers at concentrations of 0.25 and 0.5%.

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Arman A. Kabdushev

Dulaty University

Author for correspondence.
ORCID iD: 0000-0003-3579-9054
SPIN-code: 5037-3470
Scopus Author ID: 57194217536
ResearcherId: AAV-7634-2020


Kazakhstan, Taraz

Farit A. Agzamov

Ufa State Petroleum Technological University

ORCID iD: 0000-0001-5850-5261
SPIN-code: 9128-0651
Scopus Author ID: 8732118800
Russian Federation, Ufa

Bauyrzhan Z. Manapbayev

Dulaty University

ORCID iD: 0000-0001-9140-178X
SPIN-code: 4155-1047
Scopus Author ID: 57210184600
ResearcherId: AAW-8553-2020

Cand. Sc. (Engineering)

Kazakhstan, Taraz

Dinara N. Delikesheva

Satbayev University

ORCID iD: 0000-0001-5442-4763
SPIN-code: 4233-8581
Scopus Author ID: 57204049436
ResearcherId: AAG-7861-2019
Kazakhstan, Almaty

Darkhan R. Korgasbekov

Satbayev University

ORCID iD: 0000-0001-9135-4848
SPIN-code: 5692-0779
Scopus Author ID: 57191987993
ResearcherId: AAC-2862-2020
Kazakhstan, Almaty


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2. Figure 1. Cracks and microcracks occurring along the cement stone after the casing leakage test

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3. Figure 2. Vertical dynamic pile (derrick) to test plugging stone samples

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4. Figure 3. Pile (derrick) to test the impact resistance of the floor

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5. Figure 4. Test results of grouting stone samples for 2 and 7 days

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6. Figure 5. Result of an impact study on cement stone that does not contain an ivy enhancer additive

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7. Figure 6. Result of an impact study on cement stone that contains an ivy enhancer additive

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Copyright (c) 2023 Kabdushev A.A., Agzamov F.A., Manapbayev B.Z., Delikesheva D.N., Korgasbekov D.R.

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