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or more extendable arms. 4. • It uses a tool which has 2. • The arms can move in and out as the tool is withdrawn from the borehole. • Caliper log is shown in track 1 of the master log together with the bit size for reference. . and the movement is converted into an electrical signal.Introduction • The Caliper Log is a tool for measuring the diameter and shape of a borehole.

giving larger values of borehole diameter than expected. the two arm caliper will lock into the long axis of the oval cross section. • This is due to the effect of the pressures in the crust being different in different directions as a result of tectonic forces. • In oval holes. • In this case tools with more arms are required. . • Many boreholes can attain an oval shape after drilling.• Borehole diameters larger and smaller than the bit size are possible.

. which is useful in plotting the trajectory of the borehole. and give two independent perpendicular caliper readings. • The tool also calculates and integrates the volume of the borehole and includes sensors that measure the direction (azimuth) and dip of the borehole. • This has 4 arms that can be opened to 30 inches (40 inches as a special modification). • An example of a 4 arm caliper tool is the Borehole Geometry Tool (BGT).• In the 4 arm (dual caliper) tool. the two opposite pairs work together to give the borehole diameter in two perpendicular directions.

• Some of the other tools have sensors attached to pads that are pressed against the borehole wall. up to 30 arms are arranged around the tool allowing the detailed shape of the borehole to be measured. • The pressing device is also a form of caliper.• In the multi-arm tools. and so caliper information can sometimes also be obtained from these tools. .

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or as a differential caliper reading. which is standard for measuring bit sizes. where the reading represents the caliper value minus the drill bit diameter.Log Presentation • The caliper logs are plotted in track 1 with the drilling bit size for comparison. • The scale is generally given in inches. .

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and that they are different indicating an oval hole. • This information is useful to estimate the amount of drilling mud in the borehole. • Also the tool rotates in the hole (the pad 1 azimuth P1AZI changes). . • The hole azimuth is reasonably constant at HAZI»180°. • Note that data from the caliper pairs are shown together.• The 4 arm (or dual caliper) tools are presented in a range of formats. and to estimate the amount of cement required to case the hole. and the dip is almost vertical (DEVI is about 0°).

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Simple Caliper Interpretation .

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• Measurement of borehole volume. where h stands for the hole. hmc = (dbit – dh)/2. in inches. • Indicator of good permeability and porosity zones (reservoir rock) due to development of mudcake in association with gamma ray log. • Calculation of mudcake thickness. . • Measurement of required cement volume.Uses of the Caliper Log The commoner uses of the caliper log are as follows: • Contributory information for lithological assessment.

. • Other log data can often be corrected for bad hole conditions using the caliper readings. the less reliable the final data will be. but the larger the correction.• Indication of hole quality for the assessment of the likely quality of other logs whose data quality is degraded by holes that are out of gauge.

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