To debut ‘Top 5 Tuesday’ at NWSP we have a list of the leading 5 OCTG field applications available for the android operating system.
Drilling supervisors, superintendents, engineers, drillers and tool pushers can now have a wide variety of metrics and calculations available to them at the touch of a button, where ever they happen to be standing. The below list of applications is currently available on ‘Google Play’. (the online store for searching and downloading android enabled smart phone apps)
This app helps to determine the performance properties of oilfield tubulars. Tellus OCTG provides API MIYP (Burst), API Collapse with Tension adjustment and pipe body yield Strength of casing and tubing, and considers effect of temperature on yield strength.
The app currently has an inventory of commonly used oilfield pipes, but custom sizes can be defined by the user.
HMTL Steel MobiTool is a FREE and unlimited application for estimating weight as well as rate (in multi currnecy) of products like CS or SS According to their type, density and shape. So that no need to work on any type of spreadsheets, tables or charts to determine weight and dimensions of your tube / pipe / bar requirements.
Tools inside HMTL Metal Calc:
• Tube Weight
• Nominal Pipe Weight
• Tube / Pipe Calculator
• BAR Calculator
• FINISH Size Planning
• RM Size Planning
• Chemical Composition with Search Facility
Tube/Pipe Weight Calculator is a simple app for calculating weights of your required carbon steel (CS) or stainless steel’s (SS) tube/pipe, for that you don’t go through exhausting spreadsheets, tables or charts.
With this app you can also plan for Bar to finish tube/pipe size, Raw material (RM) tube/pipe size to finish tube/pipe size, Finish tube/pipe size to bar, Finish tube/pipe size to raw material tube/pipe size.
This app is only for reference use, so it is recommended that you seek the advice of a certified professional before drawing any conclusions from any calculations generated from the software.
This comprehensive and app will save your time and efforts on calculations, making your work more efficient and life easier.
OCTG, LLP is proud to provide this electronic mill card as a convenient resource for common steel pipe specifications for API data.
This application includes the following functionality:
• Both Tubing and Casing values for pipe sizes 2 3/8” to 13 3/8”. Additional information includes
Finished Weight per foot; Wall Thickness; Drift Diameter; 5% Nominal Wall; 12.5% Nominal
Wall; and 87.5% Remaining Wall and Alternate Drift, if applicable.
• A color Pipe grade identification chart is available for API pipes.
• Company news
• Company Contact information
Halliburton’s eRedBook® Mobile application is offered as a free download. It is derived from the Halliburton Cementing Tables, the industry-preferred data reference for calculations used in drilling, cementing and/or completing oil and gas wells. eRedBook® Mobile contains volume calculators as well as data from the American Petroleum Institute (API) for Casing, Tubing, Coil Tubing and Drill Pipe. With the Halliburton eRedBook you can:
• Have instant access to key dimensions and strengths for pipe, including collapse pressure, inner diameter and weight.
• Look up specifications for your most frequently used tubulars to quickly calculate capacity and annulus volumes with just a few taps.
• View volume measurements and calculations in Metric or British Imperial units (including custom configurations) represented in character and number format as appropriate.
• Calculate total volumes in a large range of units (barrels, cubic feet, gallons, cubic meters, liters and more)
• Calculate volume per depth in multiple units (barrels per foot, gallons per foot, liters per meter, and more)
• Copy results with a single click. eRedBook® Mobile is simple to use and indispensable for the on the go field engineers, business development, and engineering students.
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