Quantitative analysis of multicomponent mud logging gas based on infrared spectra
This work deals with quantitative analysis of multicomponent mud logging gas based on infrared spectra. An accurate analysis method is proposed by combining a genetic algorithm (GA) and a radial basis function neural network (RBFNN). The GA is used to screen the infrared spectrum of the mixed gas, while the selected spectral region is used as the input of the RBFNN to establish a calibration model to quantitatively analyze the components of logging gas. The analysis results demonstrate that the proposed GA-RBFNN performs better than FS-RBFNN and ES-RBFNN, and our proposed method is feasible.