Drilling Simulator for iPhone – Introductory Level submitted for iTunes App Store

Drilling Simulator for iPhone – Introductory Level

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Awaiting approval by Apple.

Drilling Simulator – Introductory level provides a graphical very useful tool for training of roughnecks, derrickmen, drillers and students in basic drilling concepts and in the kick detection based on the behavior of the parameters during the drilling an oil well and of the behavior of kick in the well after the shut-in the well.

– Drilling (bit rotation, geolograph, neutral point);

– Hydraulics;

– Kick Detection;

– Hard Shut-in;

– Behavior of kick;

Note: This app NOT allows to control the well after the kick detection and shut-in.

The simulation ends after the simulations of underground blowout and blowout to surface.

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Features: 

1) Panel with the following parameters: pump pressure, mud pump speed, strokes totalizer, flow rate, mud weight, bit depth, rotary speed, hookload and weight on the bit;

2) Instruments with pointers to the parameters: pump pressure, hookload and weight on the bit;

3) Geolograph with parameters: drillpipe pressure, choke pressure, active volume, percent of flow, rotary torque, drilling rate and flow in, flow out.

4) Panel with alarms: pump failure, vol high, flow high, bop failure and bop status;

5) Well Config, Circulation Options, Set Alarms, Graph Limits, X-times faster, Pause/Continue, Restart, Send by email, about and Hydraulics;

6) set drillstring with drillpipe, heavy-weight and drillcollar;

7) Select floating rig or land rig;

8) Select unit systems: International, field1 (imperial) and field2 (mix);

9) set fluid parameters: mud weight, plastic viscosity, yield point and initial gel;

10) Select rheological models: Power or Bingham;

11) Set gradients: fracture and temperature;

12) Set jet nozzles or fixed TFA;

13) Set choke parameters and BOP test pressure;

14) Set Surface circulation volume;

15) Set surface circulation equipments (mud pump and lines);

16) Set four formations to drilling (height, pore gradient, fluid density and sof/hard);

17) Save configuration to data files;

18) Select circulation options: drillpipe -> Riser, Kill -> Riser, Close/Open (Hard shut-in) the well;

19) Set alarms: pit gain, flow rate out, max pump pressure and max pump power;

20) Register the kill line losses and pump pressure at the kill speed;

21) show the well with drillstring and neutrl point and show the drillbit on rotating;

22) Show schematic of well with drillstring, kick and neutral point (%);

23) Adjust pump speed, weight on the bit and rotary speed to drilling until kick detection;

24) Shut-in the well using hard method;

25) Register shut-in drillpipe pressure (SIDPP) and choke pressure (SICP) and gain volume;

26) behavior of the kick: keeping the well closed and keeping the well opened;

27) Simulations: Underground Blowout at casing shoe and blowout with failure of bop;

28) Capacities and Volumes calculations;

29) Hydrostatic and critical pressures calculations;

30) Hydraulics calculations;

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Drilling Simulator for iPad – Introductory level now available on the iTunes App Store

Drilling Simulator for iPad – Introductory level

This App provides a graphical very useful tool for training of roughnecks, derrickmen, drillers and students in basics drilling concepts and in the kick detection based on the behavior of the parameters during the drilling an oil well and of the behavior of kick in the well after the shut-in the well.

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Link to iTunes App Store:  http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/drilling-simulator-introductory/id436659920?mt=8&ls=1

Features:

1) Panel with the following parameters: pump pressure, mud pump speed, strokes totalizer, flow rate, mud weight, bit depth, rotary speed, hookload and weight on the bit;
2) Instruments with pointers to the parameters: pump pressure, hookload, weight on the bit and rotary torque;
3) Geolograph with parameters: drillpipe pressure, choke pressure, active volume, hookload, weight on the bit, length drilled, flow in, flow out, percent of flow, rotary torque, rotary speed and drilling rate.
4) Panel with alarms: pump failure, vol high, flow high, bop failure, bop status and choke status;
5) Toolbar with buttons: Well Config, Circulation Options, Set Alarms, Graph Limits, X-times faster, Pause/Continue, Restart, Send by email, about;
6) set drillstring with drillpipe, heavy-weight and drillcollar;
7) Select floating rig or land rig;
8) Select unit systems: International, field1 (imperial) and field2 (mix);
9) set fluid parameters: mud weight, plastic viscosity, yield point and initial gel;
10) Select rheological models: Power or Bingham;
11) Set gradients: fracture and temperature;
12) Set jet nozzles or fixed TFA;
13) Set choke parameters and BOP test pressure;
14) Set Surface circulation volume;
15) Set surface circulation equipments (mud pump and lines);
16) Set four formations to drilling (height, pore gradient, fluid density and sof/hard);
17) Save configuration to data files;
18) Select circulation options: drillpipe -> Riser, Kill -> Riser, Close/Open (Hard shut-in) the well;
19) Set alarms: pit gain, flow rate out, max pump pressure and max pump power;
20) Register the kill line losses and pump pressure at the kill speed;
21) show the well with drillstring and the drillbit on rotating;
22) Show schematic of well with drillstring, kick and neutral point (%);
23) Adjust pump speed, weight on the bit and rotary speed to drilling until kick detection;
24) Shut-in the well using hard method;
25) Register shut-in drillpipe pressure (SIDPP) and choke pressure (SICP) and gain volume;
26) behavior of the kick: keeping the well closed and keeping the well opened;
27) Simulations: Underground Blowout at casing shoe and blowout with failure of bop;
28) Capacities and Volumes calculations;
29) Hydrostatic and critical pressures calculations;
30) Hydraulics calculations;
Note: This Drilling Simulator NOT allows to control the well after the kick detection and shut-in. The simulation ends after the simulations of underground blowout and blowout to surface.

Screenshots:

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Drilling Simulator for iPad – Introductory level, submitted for iTunes App Store

Drilling Simulator for iPad – Introductory level

This App provides a graphical very useful tool for training of roughnecks, derrickmen, drillers and students in basics drilling concepts and in the kick detection based on the behavior of the parameters during the drilling an oil well and of the behavior of kick in the well after the shut-in the well.

We are awaiting for approval by Apple.

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Features:

1) Panel with the following parameters: pump pressure, mud pump speed, strokes totalizer, flow rate, mud weight, bit depth, rotary speed, hookload and weight on the bit;
2) Instruments with pointers to the parameters: pump pressure, hookload, weight on the bit and rotary torque;
3) Geolograph with parameters: drillpipe pressure, choke pressure, active volume, hookload, weight on the bit, length drilled, flow in, flow out, percent of flow, rotary torque, rotary speed and drilling rate.
4) Panel with alarms: pump failure, vol high, flow high, bop failure, bop status and choke status;
5) Toolbar with buttons: Well Config, Circulation Options, Set Alarms, Graph Limits, X-times faster, Pause/Continue, Restart, Send by email, about;
6) set drillstring with drillpipe, heavy-weight and drillcollar;
7) Select floating rig or land rig;
8) Select unit systems: International, field1 (imperial) and field2 (mix);
9) set fluid parameters: mud weight, plastic viscosity, yield point and initial gel;
10) Select rheological models: Power or Bingham;
11) Set gradients: fracture and temperature;
12) Set jet nozzles or fixed TFA;
13) Set choke parameters and BOP test pressure;
14) Set Surface circulation volume;
15) Set surface circulation equipments (mud pump and lines);
16) Set four formations to drilling (height, pore gradient, fluid density and sof/hard);
17) Save configuration to data files;
18) Select circulation options: drillpipe -> Riser, Kill -> Riser, Close/Open (Hard shut-in) the well;
19) Set alarms: pit gain, flow rate out, max pump pressure and max pump power;
20) Register the kill line losses and pump pressure at the kill speed;
21) show the well with drillstring and the drillbit on rotating;
22) Show schematic of well with drillstring, kick and neutral point (%);
23) Adjust pump speed, weight on the bit and rotary speed to drilling until kick detection;
24) Shut-in the well using hard method;
25) Register shut-in drillpipe pressure (SIDPP) and choke pressure (SICP) and gain volume;
26) behavior of the kick: keeping the well closed and keeping the well opened;
27) Simulations: Underground Blowout at casing shoe and blowout with failure of bop;
28) Capacities and Volumes calculations;
29) Hydrostatic and critical pressures calculations;
30) Hydraulics calculations;

Note: This Drilling Simulator NOT allows to control the well after the kick detection and shut-in. The simulation ends after the simulations of underground blowout and blowout to surface.

Screenshots:

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Drilling Simulator – Introductory level, a new app for iPad coming soon

Drilling Simulator – Introductory level for iPad Provides a graphical very useful tool for training of roughnecks, derrickmen and drillers in basics drilling concepts and in the kick detection based on the behavior of the parameters during the drilling an oil well.

The simulation ends after the closing of the well after the detection of the kick.

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Driller’s Method – formulas used in application WCMethods for iPhone, iPad and Mac

Well Control Methods for iPhone and iPod Touch – WCMethods

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Download on the App Store

 

Description

This application uses the basic calculations of the methods to control oil wells after the occurrence of kick during drilling operations on floating platforms and land rigs.

This app is completely interactive and allows users to define a wide variety of parameters for oil wells and unit system, save data and more.

It is can be applied in the oilfield and also help on understanding the methods of the well control.
Well Control Methods:

For Simulation, use the another app “Well Control Simulation”.

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Well Control Methods:

1. Driller’s Method
2. Wait and Weight
3. Dynamic Volumetric
4. Static Volumetric – Migration / Bleed
5. Static Volumetric – Lubricate / Bleed

Others:

6) calculations of Riser Safety Margin;
7) Included the formulas;
8) Ability to work with multiple files;
9) Sections: Riser, Casing, Liner and Open Hole;
10) Pop-up view to alert user about invalid values;
11) Send resume of methods by email.
12) Show graph theoretical of the methods.
13) Set drillstring with drillpipe1, drillpipe2, heavy weight, drillcollar1 and drillcollar2;
14) Select floating rig or land rig;
15) Select unit systems: Metric, SI, field1 (US Unit) and field2 (mix) or per parameter;
16) set fluid parameters: mud weight, plastic viscosity, yield point and initial gel;
17) Select rheological models: Power or Bingham;
18) Set gradients: formations and temperature;
19) Set jet nozzles or fixed TFA;
20) Vertical or Slant Well Type (KOP, TVD and Measured Depth);
21) Set surface circulation equipments (mud pump and lines);
22) Save configuration to data files;
23) Show schematic of well with drillstring;
23) Useful for filling of Standardized Kill Sheets for Well Control;
24) Useful for Filling of Previous Recorded Sheets;
25) Capacities and Volumes calculations;
26) Hydrostatic and critical pressures calculations;
27) Hydraulics calculations;

The Driller’s Method

During drilling operation of oil wells, there may be inflow of formation fluids into the well, which is an undesirable condition. The driller should detect such events and closing the well immediately. Record information after the closing of the well corresponding to stabilization of pressure, volume gain, SIDPP (Shut-in Drillpipe Pressure) and SICP (Shut-in Casing Pressure. In the case of operations on floating units (subsea stack), this term could be redefined as Shut-in Choke Pressure).
The control method to be applied is the driller’s method. That is to circulate the influx even with the original weight of the mud, keeping constant the circulation pressure named ICP – Initial Pressure Circulation. The second circulation should be made with the kill mud weight in two steps:
1. Fill the drill string until the bit by keeping the pressure at the Choke (at the KILL, on subsea stack) constant and equal to SIDPP.
2. Complete circulation of the annular to the surface keeping the pressure of circulation with the kill mud constant named FCP – Final Circulation Pressure. On subsea stack, after the choke fully open, the pump pressure increases until FCP 2.

Attention: about drill bit off bottom

This method should only be applied with the drill bit in the bottom hole or when the kick is completely in annular of the drill string. To minimize errors of calculation of the kill mud weight, the calculations made in this application considers the depth of the drill bit instead of the depth of the well to calculate the kill mud weight.
The formation pressure consider the depth of well. In case of top of the kick bellow the bit, it is recommended to apply the volumetric method until kick go through the drill bit to the annular, following then the driller’s method.

Formulas:

ICP = Pks + SIDPP

  ICP =  Inital Circulation Pressure, psi
  Pks = Recorded pump pressure at the kill rate speed, psi
  SIDPP = Shut-in Drillpipe Pressure, psi

  Notes about floating units:
     a) Pks must be recorded by circulating riser;
     b) Record the friction loss in the choke line at the kill rate speed, psi;

KM = OM + SIDPP / (0.052 x TVD)

 KM = Kill Mud Weight, ppg
 OM = Original Mud Weight, ppg
 TVD = True Vertical Depth, ft

FCP = Pks x KM / OM

   FCP = Final Circulation Pressure, psi

FCP 2 = (Pks + ΔPcl) x KM / OM

   FCP 2 - Final Circulation Pressure with Kill Mud at Choke, psi
   ΔPcl - Choke Line Friction, psi

 

Summary of method

STEPS PUMP PRESSURE KILL PRESSURE CHOKE PRESSURE VOLUME TO PUMP
Bring the pump to kill speed SICP SICP – Choke line friction loss
Circulate out the influx to surface ICP Bit to Surface
Circulate to fill drill string with kill mud SIDPP SIDPP – Choke line friction loss Surface to Bit
Circulate to fill annular with kill mud FCP Bit to Surface

Formulas used in calculations of this method:

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Screenshot from WCMethods:

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Example in Well Control Simulator:

Screenshot from Well Control Simulator for iPhone and iPod Touch:

Wells with Surface Stack

Driller’s Method

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Wait and Weight Method (Engineer’s Method)

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Wells with Subsea Stack

Driller’s Method

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Wait and Weight Method (Engineer’s Method)

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Importing Data from other Apps:


Well Control
Simulator
iPhone | iPad

Drilling
Simulator
iPhone | iPad

Leak-Off Test
Simulator
iPhone | iPad

Kick Tolerance
iPhone | iPad
Mac OS X

Drilling Hydraulics
iPhone | iPad
Mac OS X
 

 

Well Control Methods HD (for iPad):

WCM2_DM_04
WCM2_DM_01
WCM2_DM_02
WCM2_DM_03

Well Control Methods for Mac:

WCM3_DM_01
WCM3_DM_02
WCM3_DM_03
WCM3_DM_04

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