Tonmiles, release 1, issued 18 May 2008. WORK version.
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Select the operation to be calculated.
Shallowest measured depth (round trip, enter zero). MDupper =
Greatest measured depth. MDlower =
Length of a stand, OR for running casing, length of a joint. Lstand =
Drilling fluid density. ρm =
Drillpipe weight per unit length (recommend API approx wt, see RP7G Table 8 or 9) OR casing. wtcdp =
Heavy weight drill pipe average weight per unit length. wtchwdp =
HWDP length. Zero for running casing. Lhwdp =
Drillcollar OD. Ddc =
Drillcollar ID. ddc =
BHA length. Zero for running casing. Lbha =
Travelling block weight. mtb =
Click here when any values are modified to update the result.
For the selected operation, the work done by the drilling line is
SG of steel from http://www.simetric.co.uk/si_metals.htm taken as 7.85.
Drilling Data Handbook, 6th Edition, Institut Francais du Petrole.
Release 1 of this worksheet 18 May 2008.