Drilling Well for Calculations

 a new FREE app for Mac OS X


This app is free and it is a contribution to the community of the Oil & Gas.

This app provides an useful tool to help students and professionals in calculations of capacities, volumes and other parameters of oil wells in the drilling operations.
This tool is the same used to configure the well in the our apps:
– Drilling Hydraulics
– Kick Tolerance
– Well Control Methods
Available on the Mac App Store
More details at our website: www.wellcontrol.com.br
– Well Sections (riser, casing, liner, open hole)
– Set Vertical or Directional well
– Set Surface or Subsea well
– Surface Connections
– Drillstring Sections and Drilling Motor
– Mud Weight, Fracture Gradient and Temperature
– Bit Nozzles and Mud Pumps parameters
– Elevation System
– And other parameters
– Capacities, Volumes and Pump Strokes
– True Pump Output and Flow Rate
– Hydrostatic at Shoe Depth and at Bottom
– Maximum Surface Pressure
– Temperature at Shoe Depth and at Bottom
– Buoyancy Factor and Hookload
– Bit Nozzles TFA
– And other calculations
Share data files via iCloud between iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Mac or send to friends by native Mail app.
Select the unit system: Metric, SI, OilField, Mix or select units per parameter
Also provides a tool (Quick Calcs) to calculations on one section (hydrostatic, friction loss, volumes, capacities and drill bit nozzles loss)

Visit our Portfolio on the App Store for more Oil & Gas apps for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Mac OS X.


Visit our website for more Oil & Gas apps for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Mac OS X.




1 Comment

  1. Update 1.1 now available on the Mac App Store:

    – Open/Save files on iCloud using the default dialog
    – Bug Fixes: Calculations of “surface connections volume” for diameters in inch and lengths in meter.

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