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Effect of Kaolinite Clay on Properties of Drilling Mud
Full Text(PDF, )  PP.851-857  
Author(s)
Gideon Majiyebo Adogbo, Isa Mohammed
KEYWORDS
Drilling mud, Kankara kaolin clay, Density, Viscosity
ABSTRACT
Kaolin Clay minerals was used as ingredient for drilling mud formulation. Beneficiated Kankara Kaolin clay, barite, starch were used in the preparation of various drilling mud mixtures. Viscosity measurement were taken within 4.3s-1 and 34.1s-1 shear rate
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