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Oilwell Drilling Engineering

By
Don W. Dareing
Don W. Dareing
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ISBN:
9780791861875
No. of Pages:
512
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2019

The previous chapter underscores the importance of performance and duration of on-bottom drilling time (td) between bit runs. Tool reliability becomes especially important in offshore drilling operations where rig rates are relative high compared with on-land drilling. Premature failure of anyone of these tools effects footage cost by a lower on-bottom drilling duration (td).

9.1
Downhole Tool Design
9.2
Theory of Stress
9.3
Theory of Strain
9.4
Generalized Hooke’s Law
9.5
Challenges in Downhole Tool Design
9.6
Drill Bit Design and Expectations
9.7
Positive Displacement Drilling Motors
9.8
Drilling Turbines
9.9
Measurement While Drilling Instrumentation
9.10
Problems
9.11
List of References
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