Elements of Oil and Gas Well Tubular Design

Elements of Oil and Gas Well Tubular Design

von: P.D. Pattillo

Elsevier Reference Monographs, 2018

ISBN: 9780128118580 , 606 Seiten

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Elements of Oil and Gas Well Tubular Design


 

Elements of Oil and Gas Well Tubular Design addresses the fundamentals of tubular design and string characterization for analysis models, theory and algorithms inĀ  oil and gas wells. Filling the gap between the theory and field operation, this reference focuses on the mechanical design of tubing and casing. Packed with derivations, origins of tubular design, and detailed well design worked examples, this book provides the well designer with sound engineering principles applicable to today's oil and gas wells.
  • Gives readers all they need to understand solid engineering mechanics for oil well casing and tubing design, with an emphasis on derivation, limitations and application of fundamental equations
  • Helps users grasp design construction from a single unified source with underlying concepts of stress, strain and material constitution
  • Presents tactics on how to meld practicality with detailed well design work examples amenable to quality check from commercial software


Phillip Pattillo is currently an Independent Contractor located in Houston, Texas. He retired as a Distinguished Advisor in Exploration and Production Technology after over 40 years service for BP America. Phillip is active in SPE and ASME and was active in API/ISO Subcommittee 5 with multiple leadership roles including acting as US Representative and document editor to ISO TC 67 / SC 5 / WG 2b involving reworking the fundamental equations for ratings of oil country tubulars. He was awarded the SPE Drilling Engineering Award in 2009, SPE Paper of the Year, and awarded for his service by the API Executive Committee on Standardization. Phillip has written numerous conference and journal papers, and he earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Louisiana State University, an MS in Engineering Science from Louisiana State University, and an MS and PHD, both in Engineering Science from the University of Notre Dame.