This Advanced Casing Design course is a three-day tubular fundamentals course including basic concepts of axial, burst, and collapse in addition to more advanced theory on biaxial, triaxial, and thermal loads including Annular Pressure Build-up (APB) and wellhead movement. This is a theory course and includes hand calculations and exercises. Participants are recommended to complete this course prior to taking a StressCheck™ or WellCat™ course. This course is ideal for drilling engineers and engineers requiring tubular theory fundamentals.
Casing Design Philosophy
Casing/Tubing Types and Functions
Design Engineer’s Responsibility
Formation Pressures and Margins
Casing Seat Selection Methods, Top Down and Bottom Up
Kick Margin & Kick Tolerance
Design Factors and Safety Factors
Why Design Factors are Meaningless Unless Tied to a Load Case Scenario
API Pipe Equations & Ratings
Axial, Burst, and Collapse
Max Load Case Method
Graphical Design Method
Triaxial (VME) Analysis
API and Proprietary Connections
Corrosion and Sour Service Issues
Annular Pressure Buildup and Mitigation
Wellhead Growth and Related Issues
When to Use StressCheck™ and When to Use WellCat™
Lecture, exercises, hand calculations, tests, PowerPoint slides and discussion.
Participants should bring a scientific calculator and Halliburton Red Book (optional).
Advanced Casing Design is designed for Drilling engineers, Well Site Leaders, Superintendent, and any other senior drilling personnel requiring tubular theory fundamentals.
The Advanced Casing Design Course usually hosts a class size of 10-15 persons.
Advanced Casing Design is a 5 day course.
COURSE DATES 2018:
Mon 5th – Fri 9th
Mon 3rd – Fri 7th
Mon 25th – Fri 29th
Mon 12th – Fri 16th
Classes will begin at 7:30 A.M.
Students will be dismissed by noon on the final day.
Interested in this course? Apply here.