This 2-day course covers the relevant subjects required to understand the structural mechanics of downhole tubulars. Material aspects, connection selection, performance properties, load cases and design factors are just a few of the many topics that are covered. Class discussions will begin with fundamental design principles and progress up through calculations for burst, collapse, tension, compression, and triaxial stress.
Participants are encouraged to bring in casing designs from the past and present to use as in-class examples for calculation and discussion.
- Understand the differences between the various API and proprietary OCTG grades
- Select the appropriate API or proprietary connection based on the expected service conditions
- Rationalize the appropriate load cases required for casing design
- Calculate the burst, collapse, tension, compression, and triaxial design factors for a given service load
- Understand how bending and buckling impact casing design
This intensive hands-on course will give you the proficiency and confidence you need to design safe and cost-effective casing and tubing strings.
Who Should Attend
This course is for drilling and completion engineers, D&C Managers and drilling supervisors who want additional insight into casing design.
When & Where
May 5-6, 2016 (Thursday & Friday), 8am - 5pm
VIKING Engineering Offices
12012 Wickchester Ste. 260
Houston, TX 77079
$1,100 (includes materials, mid-morning snack and lunch)
Payment to be made by check only. Prepayment should be sent to:
12012 Wickchester Ste 260
Houston, TX 77079
Checks should be made payable to: VIKING Engineering
2-Day Casing School Registration
Please fill out the information below and hit the "Register for Course" button at the bottom of the form to register for the course.