Estimation of drilling rate of diamond driller using rock properties and driller specifications

A. Yazitova, S. Yagiz

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Abstract

The aim of this paper is to evaluation of the rock properties and driller specifications to estimate the rate of drilling (DR) for diamond drillers. To estimate the DR, raw data from 63 diamond drilling cases were collected and evaluated to obtain the dataset for the aim. Dataset has two parts; rock properties include uniaxial compressive strength (UCS), Brazilian tensile strength (BTS), density (D) and brittleness (BI). Also driller specifications that is composed of thrust (Th), rotational speed rate (RPM) and bit diameter (BitD) herein. After dataset was constructed, simple, multiple linear and non-linear regression analyses were carried out to predict the DR. Concluding remark is that the estimation of DR are multiple nonlinear regression task to achieve the best model to predict the drilling rate of diamond driller. It is found that BI, D, Th, RPM and BitD have a great effect on the DR that can be estimated as a function of rock properties and driller specifications with correlation coefficient (r) of 0.89.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationISRM International Symposium - EUROCK 2020
EditorsC.C. Li, H. Odegaard, A.H. Hoien, J. Macias
PublisherInternational Society for Rock Mechanics
ISBN (Electronic)9788282080729
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2020
EventISRM International Symposium - EUROCK 2020 - Trondheim, Virtual, Norway
Duration: Jun 14 2020Jun 19 2020

Publication series

NameISRM International Symposium - EUROCK 2020

Conference

ConferenceISRM International Symposium - EUROCK 2020
CountryNorway
CityTrondheim, Virtual
Period6/14/206/19/20

Keywords

  • Brittleness
  • Diamond drilling
  • Driller specification
  • Drilling rate
  • Rock properties

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Geochemistry and Petrology

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