3D Interpolation applied to Directional Drilling – Mac OS X version now available

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Applied to Directional Drilling

for iPhone and iPad

for Mac OS X

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The 3D Interpolation provides an useful tool to calculate projections TVD (True Vertical Depth), N/S and E/W coordinates, Horizontal Displacement, Dog-Leg Severity, Build-Up Rate (Angle Rate, Intensity) and Turn Rate and also the Interpolation of these parameters between two well planning sections or survey stations defined by Measured Depth, Inclination and Azimuth as entry parameters in the directional drilling of oil wells.
Calculations Method: Minimum Curvature

Length Units: Foot and Meter (Metre)
Intensity Units: degree/100ft, degree/10m, degree/30m and degree/100m

Our goal was to create a low-cost application with the help of experts to share with drilling engineers, technicians, drillers, students and teachers of drilling engineering.

You can contribute with suggestions for improvements, correcting the translation to english,

reporting bugs and sharing it with your friends.

Thanks

for Mac OS X

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for iPad

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for iPhone and iPod touch

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

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

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We are a team of specialists in petroleum engineering with over 24 years of expertise in oil wells drilling and workover operations. We have in our portfolio Well Control Simulators for training and Monitoring Systems for the oil industry. Our mission is to bring petroleum specialists and students innovative tools which will provide safety and efficiency to their work.

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