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annular velocity, apparent viscosity, yield point to plastic viscosity ratio, and

particle size
varying angles of pipe inclination, pipe eccentricities, and different fluid flow
regimes (laminar and turbulent). Fluid velocity, hole inclination, and mud
Mud yield point [YP], plastic viscosity [PV] and YP/PV ratio
Drill-pipe eccentricity, cuttings size, drill-pipe outside diameter and hole
diameter, rheology, ROP, and inclination angle, friction coefficient of the cuttings
against the wall affected highly the bed formation at high angles of deviation.
Rheology of drilling fluid, hole angle, drill-pipe eccentricity, fluid velocity in
annulus, cuttings size
hole angle, fluid rheology, cuttings size, drill pipe eccentricity, circulation ratio,
annular size, and drill-pipe rotation
Use of large drill-pipe diameter, increase of fluid density, and flow rate provided
possible control.
annular fluid velocity, mud density, mud rheology, mud type, cuttings size,
ROP, drill pipe rotation speed (RPM), eccentricity of drill pipe, drill pipe diameter
and hole angle
flow rate, angle of inclination, mud rheology, mud density, cuttings size,
drill pipe eccentricity, ROP, and drill pipe rotation (RPM)
fluid flow rate, rate of penetration (ROP), mud rheology, mud weight , and
flow regimes, drilling eccentricity, cuttings density, and cuttings size, mud
density difference ratio between cuttings and drilling fluid
various modes of particle transport: settling, lifting, and rolling
monitoring torque and drag
fluid yield point (YP)
pump rate, fluid rheology, drill pipe eccentricity, and particle settling
fluid flow index n
dependency of the interfacial friction factor on the Reynolds number, on the
ratio between particle diameter and hydraulic diameter, and on the behaviour
index in horizontal bed of cuttings.
annular drilling fluid velocity, hole inclination angle, drill string rotation,
annular eccentricity, ROP, and characteristics of drilled cuttings.
Taylor vortices contributed to the lift of the cuttings and aided to a better
cuttings transport
Rotary speed, hole inclination, mud rheology, cuttings size, and fluid flow rate
cuttings bed heights, pressure drop and cuttings transport velocities at
different rate of penetration and mudflow rates

flow rate, inclination

angle, mud rheological properties and mud weight, cuttings size, drill pipe
eccentricity, and ROP
annular flow velocity, apparent viscosity, and particle size
mud rheology effect and rheological parameters affecting particle settings
vortices influence on hole cleaning