Oil and gas well drilling involves the use of a variety of equipment, such as drill bit, travel block, winch, sand pipe, motors, fuel and water tanks, swivel sleeve, drill hose, rotary table, pipe walkways, guide pipe, chisel, drilling column, mud storage tank, circulating mud pump and more. The process of drilling oil and gas wells has already been studied quite well. Much more interesting is that with the same drilling rig it is possible to carry out seismic surveys based on acoustic waves. The acoustic waves generated by drilling equipment propagate deep into the earth and are reflected back to the surface by various rock layers. Waves will propagate at different speeds depending on the density or variety of rock layers they pass through. Reflected waves are recorded by audio-sensitive vibration-detecting devices (microphones). On the surface of the earth, reflected waves are perceived by seismometers, and on the water - by hydrophones. Thus, seismologists can interpret signal distortions associated with hydrocarbon traps. The following article is devoted to investigating computer modeling using multimedia technologies to calculate the main indicators of the oil and gas field development process.
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