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J Pet Technol 40 (12): 1609–1616.
Paper Number: SPE-16622-PA
Published: 01 December 1988
...)]} ..........................(1) The added inertia matrix can be derived from the normal and tangential fluid inertia coefficients by directional transformations. [mj(t)]=nnj ...........................(2) where anj and ayj represent the normal and tangential added masses, respectively. anj=p(kIn-1), atj=p(KIt-1) and [ nj], [ tj...
J Pet Technol 32 (12): 2090–2096.
Paper Number: SPE-8336-PA
Published: 01 December 1980
...! L5 3 ::E I 2 ~ ~ ct o 12~" BUILDING 12 Y4" HOLDING e 12 ~"DROPPING o 17J
INERTIA NEAR BIT, inches 4 Fig. 3 - Difference between predicted bit force angle and measured angle...
J Pet Technol 27 (09): 1153–1159.
Paper Number: SPE-5149-PA
Published: 01 September 1975
...S.G. Gibbs A method that considers inertia effects is presented for computing gearbox and motor loading on beam units. Previous methods neglected the inertia torques, which can be important when ultrahigh-slip prime movers are used. The method has practical application in determining the type...
J Pet Technol 26 (01): 80–84.
Paper Number: SPE-4031-PA
Published: 01 January 1974
... by the carrier fluid into the perforation or whether it will settle below the perforation or whether it will settle below the perforation essentially depends on the relative magnitudes of perforation essentially depends on the relative magnitudes of particle inertia and fluid drag. The inertia of the sand...
J Pet Technol 23 (07): 781–787.
Paper Number: SPE-3048-PA
Published: 01 July 1971
... inertia Upstream Oil & Gas experiment quantity laboratory experiment chemical spill Thickness oil slick water surface stable lens agreement surface tension reynolds number The Growth of Oil Slicks and Their Control By Surface Chemical Agents Robert A. Cochran, SPE-AIME, Shell Pipe Line...
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