2 edition of Care and use of sucker rods found in the catalog.
Care and use of sucker rods
California. Bureau of Industrial Education.
|Statement||prepared in co-operation with University of California, Division of Vocational Education, and American Petroleum Institute, Division of Production, Central Committee on Training. Approved by American Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors, Committee on Research and Education.|
|Series||Vocational training courses, petroleum industry series|
|LC Classifications||TN871.5 .C3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||55062654|
A Sucker Rod is ideally made from steel. However, it is also available in fiber glass, which is known as a Fiber Reinforced Plastic Sucker Rod (FRP). A typical Sucker Rod can vary in diameter, ranging from 3/4 to 1 1/4 inch, and can be ft., in length. The following are the various types of Sucker Rods used: Steel Sucker Rod. Pony rod. In summary, the novel sucker rod cradle apparatus of the present invention is considered to be in accordance with the recommendations and specifications contained in the American Petroleum Institutes manuals A.P.I. B and BR for the care and handling of oilfield sucker rods and should therefore be considered as a unique device for handling.
Modern Sucker-Rod Pumping by Gabor Takacs (Author) › Visit Amazon's Gabor Takacs Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Gabor Takacs (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. ISBN Reviews: 1. Mainly due to its long history, sucker-rod pumping is a very popular means of arti- ficial lift all over the world, roughly two-thirds of the producing oil wells are on this type of lift.
Sucker Rod Guides reduce sucker rod to tubing contact, thus reducing costly metal-to-metal contact. Some sucker rod guide designs also aide in the removal of paraffin from production tubing. Guide designs offer various sizes, materials and end tapers that help to decrease turbulence, promote smooth laminar flow, and help reduce guide wear. Helpful References for Sucker Rod Pumping: (Green =Link) Books: The Beam Lift Handbook: by Dr. A.L. Podio & Dr. Paul Bommer () - a comprehensive ref. with fantastic diagrams.. Rod Pumping: Modern Methods of Design, Diagnosis, and Surveillance: by Dr. Sam Gibbs ().(This book is more for the engineer and those who want to understand the underlying .
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Sucker rod pumping systems are the oldest and most widely used type of artificial lifting system for oil wells. Figure shows a schematic of a rod pumping system. Sucker-rod pumping is the most widely used artificial lift method for onshore oil wells. Sucker-rod strings transfer the motion from the driving machine on the wellhead to the downhole oil pump.
This recommended practice (RP) covers the care and handling of steel sucker rods, including guidelines on selection, allowable stress, proper joint makeup, corrosion control and used rod inspection. API RP 11BR. October 1, Recommended Practice for Care and Handling of Sucker Rods a.
This recommended practice is under the jurisdiction of. Sucker-Rod Pumping Handbook presents the latest information on the most common form of production enhancement in today’s oil industry, making up roughly two-thirds of the producing oilwell operations in the world.
The book begins with an introduction to the main features of sucker rod pumping and an explanation and comparison of lift methods.
Sucker rod guide is a downhole tool for preventing eccentric wear of pumping Wells, which is suitable for pumping Wells with eccentric wear, especially for pumping Wells with eccentric wear Care and use of sucker rods book the neutral point of sucker rod and directional inclined Wells, and for those with eccentric wear below the neutral point of sucker rod and the nylon centralizer on the sucker rod body.
Care and Handling of Sucker Rods Upstream Segment API RECOMMENDED PRACTICE 11BR NINTH EDITION, AUGUST Special Notes API publications necessarily address problems of a general nature. With respect to particular circumstances, local, state, and federal laws and regulations should be reviewed.
A sucker rod is a steel rod, typically between 25 and 30 feet (7 to 9 meters) in length, and threaded at both ends, used in the oil industry to join together the surface and downhole components of a reciprocating piston pump installed in an oil well.
The pumpjack is the visible above-ground drive for the well pump, and is connected to the downhole pump at the bottom. Use of Rod Wrenches for Manual Makeup 7 Installation of Polished Rod Clamp on Polished Rod 8 Inspection of Used Sucker Rods and Couplings General Visual Inspections Electromagnetic Inspections Pin End Inspections Coupling Inspection Acceptance Criteria Completion of Inspection.
recommended practice for care and use of subsurface pumps. publisher standards referenced by this book - (show below) - (hide below) nace mr 01 metallic materials for sucker-rod pumps for corrosive oilfield environments: api 11ax russian: 13ed specification for subsurface sucker rod pump assemblies, components, and.
for the Care and Handling of Sucker Rods,” covers the care and handling of steel sucker rods, including guidelines on selection, allowable stress, proper joint makeup, corrosion control and used rod inspection for sucker rods in reciprocating, positive displacement sucker rod lift systems.
Sept. 25 - 28, Sucker Rod Pumping Workshop 4. Sucker rods can be caused to fail pre-maturely. Understanding the effects of seem-ingly minor damage to rod strings, and know-ing how that damage can produce catastro-phic failures, is very important for production personnel.
Sucker rod failure analysis is chal-lenging and you need to be able to look past the obvious and seek clues from the not so. EL sucker rods are available in 5/8- 3/4- 7/8- 1- and 1 1/8-in.
diameters. All sizes are offered in and ft ( and m) lengths. Pony rods are manufactured under strict quality standards and from the same alloy steels as the EL sucker rod. Key Benefits. In this article, the last updated list of API & ISO standards for sucker rod pumps is presented.
These standards can be considered as reference documents as well as a basis for training classes in the subject of sucker rod pumps. RP 11AR – Recommended Practice for Care and Use of Subsurface Pumps (includes Errata dated December ).
Sucker Rods. Sovonex™ Sucker Rods: Always Up to Spec The consistently high quality of Sovonex™ sucker rods is the result of an advanced manufacturing process combined with a stringent inspection plan. Production is fully auto.
Sucker rod is the rod that a pump is attached to and then run down inside 2 3/8" or 2 7/8" tubing in an oil/gas well.
Sucker rod will have threaded ends with a section that is "squared" to accept a "rod wrench" and they are joined together with a coupler referred to as a "rod.
PETOL™ SUCKEROD TRANSFERS enable rig workers to easily transfer pulled sucker rods to and from the racking platform. These sucker rod transfers are.
API RP 11AR, "Recommended Practice for Care and Use of Subsurface Pumps," does list the general advantages and disadvantages of the various pump types and lists the acceptable materials for barrels and plungers; and API RP 11 BR, "Recommended Practice for Care and Handling of Sucker Rods," supplements API Spec 11 AX by providing corrosion.
Physical Characteristics of Sucker Rods c. Dimensional Analysis of Sucker-rod Pumping Systems A catalog of over dynamometer cards derived from the electronic analog computer for many combinations of the independent non-dimensional parameters Fo/Skr and N/NO was included in the material released to API by Sucker Rod Pumping Research, Inc.
Sucker-Rod Pumping Handbook presents the latest information on the most common form of production enhancement in today's oil industry, making up roughly two-thirds of the producing oilwell operations in the world.
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Recommended Practice for the Care and Handling of Sucker Rods. scope: Coverage. This specification covers (1) dimensional requirements on sucker rods, couplings, sub couplings, and polished rod connections; (2) stipulations on thread gages, gaging practice, and gage certification; (3) composition of two grades of sucker rods; (4) requirements on packaging; and (5) conditions under which the API monogram may be used.This specification provides the requirements and guidelines for the design of steel sucker rods and pony rods, polished rods, polished rod liners, couplings and sub-couplings, fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) sucker rods, sinker bars, polished rod clamps, stuffing boxes, and pumping tees as defined herein for use in the sucker rod lift method for the petroleum and natural gas industry.The numerical result shows that the peak of polished rod load for sucker rod beam pump unit CD, for non-tapered sucker rod string is lb, while for tapered rod string is lb.
For that reason, to avoid the sucker rod string breaks due to the overload, the use of tapered sucker rod beam string is suggested in this research.