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Packer Seminar
TABLE OF CONTENTS

6.0 TUBEMOVE

6.1 Predicting Packer Performance (Part 1)

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6.1
Predicting Packer
Performance (Part 1)

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Tubing Movement Baker Oil Tools

Module 1: Basics
– Theory
– Definitions
– Components

Module 2: Program
– Definitions
– Assumptions
– Procedure
– Analysis
– Resources

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Tubing Movement Basics Baker Oil Tools

Tubing
P re s s ure
Tubing
P re s s ure
Incre a s e d
Definition:
„ Study of how tubing strings
are affected by pressure,
temperature, and mechanical
changes.

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Well Conditions Baker Oil Tools

9-5/8" 47 lb/ft Casing

7.0 lb/gal Diesel

3-1/2" 10.3 lb/ft Tubing


Contributing Factors:
5,000'

6,000'
„ Dependent on well
7,500'
9-5/8" 53.50 lb/ft Casing
conditions, tubing to packer
8.9 lb/gal Brine
to casing configurations, and
2-7/8" 6.5 lb/ft Tubing tubing restraint.
7,600'

7,650'
2-7/8" 7.9 lb/ft Tubing
Well Conditions:
7,800' „ Tubing properties
Casing properties
G-22 Locator Seal Assembly

10,000' „
DB Packer with 3.250" ID Seal Bore
„ Liner properties
7" 35 lb/ft Liner „ Fluid properties
„ Pressures
11,000'

„ Temperatures
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Tubing to Packer to Casing Constraints Baker Oil Tools

Retrievable Packers:

„ Free Movement
– No Grip
„ Limited Movement
– Single Grip
– Double Grip w/ body lock ring
„ No Movement
– Double Grip w/ body lock ring
Double Grip w\o Double Grip
No Grip Single Grip Body Lock Ring w\Body Lock
Ring

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Tubing Restraint Baker Oil Tools

Permanent Packers:

„ Free Movement
– Seal Nipple
„ Limited Movement
– Locator Seal Assembly
„ No Movement
– Anchor Seal Assembly

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Five Components Baker Oil Tools

„ Mechanical
– Tension
– Slack-Off
„ Piston
„ Pressure Buckling
„ Ballooning
„ Temperature

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Net Effect
Baker Oil Tools

„ Each component acts


independently of each
other, therefore, a
particular component
may add-to or cancel
the effects of the other
components.

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Mechanical Effect Baker Oil Tools

Tension:
„ Defined by Hooke’s Law:

∆L= LxF
E x As

Where
∆L = Length Change (in)
L = Length of tubing (in)
F = Force (lbs)
E = Modulus of Elasticity (psi)
As = Cross-Sectional Area of
Tubing (sq. in.)

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Mechanical Effect Baker Oil Tools

Tension:
„ Stretch Constant Method:

∆L= L x F x Sc

Where
∆L = Length Change (in)
L = Length of tubing (1000 ft)
F = Force (1000 lbs)
Sc = Stretch Constant (in per
1000 lbs per 1000 ft) or
= .4 / As
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Stretch Chart Baker Oil Tools

S T R E T C H C H A R T ( in c h e s ) : 3 1 /2 " O . D . 1 5 . 5 0 P P F D R IL L P IP E

60000
8 30 60

55
50000 28 50
26
45
6 24
40000 22 40
Pull on Drill Pipe - Pounds

5 20 35
18
30
30000 16
4
14
12
3
20000 10

2
8
10000
1

0
1000

1500

2000

2500

3000

3500

4000

4500

5000

5500

6000

6500

7000

7500

8000

8500

9000

9500

10000

10500

11000

11500

12000
D e p th - F e e t

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Mechanical Effect Baker Oil Tools

Slack-Off:
„ Defined by combination of Hooke’s Law +
Mechanical Buckling:

∆L= LxF + r2 x F2
E x As 8xExIxW

Where
∆L = Length Change (in)
r = Radial Clearance between casing
and tubing (in)
F = Force (lbs)
I = Moment of Inertia (in4)
W = Weight of tubing in fluid (lb/in)
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Slack-Off Chart Baker Oil Tools

S LACKOFF CHART: 3 1/2" 15.5 PPF DRILL PIPE

100
20,000 ft200
fee
BUCKLING

90
18,000 ft
180
INCHES OF SLACKOFF

80
16,000 ft160
70
14,000 ft140
60
12,000 ft120
STEEL COMPRESSION

50
10,000 ft100

40 13-3/8” 13
8,000 ft 800
30 6,000 ft 600

20 4,000 ft
400
9-5/8”
8-5/8” 89 55
10
2,000 ft 200
7” 7"
0
10 20 30 40 50

S LACKOFF FORCE (1000 lbs )

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Weight Reaching Packer Baker Oil Tools

„ Slack-off at surface doesn’t all reach the packer due to


friction and buckling.

„ Even though all weight doesn’t reach the packer, the


tubing is buckled up inside the casing and acts as a
source of stored energy or force.

„ Weight reaching packer is critical when the weight is


required at the packer, e.g., to energize elements of a
retrievable compression set packer.

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Weight Reaching Packer Chart Baker Oil Tools

WEIGHT ON PACKER CHART: 3 1/2" 15.50 PPF DRILL PIPE


(Exam ple : 5 1/2" Cas ing, S lack -Off 48,000#, Force on Pack e r 40,000#)
44000 5-1/2”
51
40000

36000 7"
7”
7”

32000
8 58-5/8”
FORCE ON PACKER (lbs)

28000 9 59-5/8””
10
10-3/4”
24000
1313-3/8”
20000

16000

12000

8000

4000

0
0

4000

8000

12000

16000

20000

24000

28000

32000

36000

40000

44000

48000

52000
S LACK-OFF FORCE (lbs)

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Piston Effect Baker Oil Tools

Critical Parameters:
„ Pressure Change:
Pressure change at the
packer.
„ Area:
Tubing to Packer Seal
Bore Configuration.
„ Note:
Local effect occuring at
the piston area location.

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Piston Effect Formulas Baker Oil Tools

Formulas:
„ Force defined as follows, length change by substitution into Hooke’s Law:

F = (Ap-Ai) x ∆Pi - (Ap-Ao) x ∆Po

∆L = L x [ (Ap-Ai) x ∆Pi - (Ap-Ao) x ∆Po ]


E x As
Where
Ap = Area of Packer Seal Bore (sq. in.)
Ai = Area of Tubing ID (sq. in.)
Ao = Area of Tubing OD (sq. in.)
∆Pi = Change in Tubing Pressure at the Packer (psi)
∆Po = Change in Annulus Pressure at the Packer (psi)

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Three Seal Configurations Baker Oil Tools

OD
OD PSB
ID ID

PSB

ID

OD

PSB

PSB > Tubing OD PSB < Tubing OD Tubing OD > PSB > Tubing ID

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Pressure Buckling Effect Baker Oil Tools

LANDING BUCKLING OCCURS


CONDITIONS AS A RES ULT OF
TUBING P RES S URE
Tubing
Critical Parameters:
Tubing P re s s ure
P re s s ure Incre a s e d „ Pressure Change:
Differential pressure at the
packer.
„ Area: Tubing to Packer Seal
Bore Configuration; Radial
clearance.
„ Note: Can only occur when
tubing pressure change is
greater than annulus pressure
change.

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Pressure Buckling Formulas Baker Oil Tools

Formulas:
„ Force defined as follows, length change by substitution into Buckling Law:

F = Ap x (∆Pi - ∆Po )

∆L = r2 x [ Ap x (∆Pi - ∆Po )] 2
8xExIxW

Where
Ap = Area of Packer Seal Bore (sq. in)
r = Radial Clearance between casing and tubing (in)
∆Pi = Change in Tubing Pressure at the Packer (psi)
∆Po = Change in Annulus Pressure at the Packer (psi)

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Ballooning Effect Baker Oil Tools

BALANCED BALLOONING REVERS E


BALLOONING Critical Parameters:
„ Pressure Change:
Tubing
Tubing P re s s ure Annulus
P re s s ure Incre a s e d P re s s ure
Average Pressure Change
over entire length.
„ Tubing:
Ratio of Tubing OD to ID.
„ Note:
Overall effect occurring
over entire length of
tubing.
+

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Ballooning Formulas Baker Oil Tools

Formulas:
„ Force defined as follows, length change by substitution into Hooke’s Law:

F = -2 x υ x [(PiaxAi) - (PoaxAo) ]

∆L = -2 x L x υ x (Pia- R2 x Poa)
E R2 - 1

Where
υ = Poisson’s ratio (.3 for steel)
R = Ratio of Tubing OD to Tubing ID (-)
∆Pi = Change in Tubing Pressure at the Packer (psi)
∆Po = Change in Annulus Pressure at the Packer (psi)

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Temperature Effect Baker Oil Tools

LANDING TEMP ERATURE


INCREAS E
Critical Parameters:
„ Temperature:
Average temperature
change over entire length.
„ Area:
Cross sectional area of
tubing.
„ Note:
Overall effect occuring over
entire length of tubing.

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Temperature Formulas Baker Oil Tools

Formulas:
„ Force defined as follows, length change by substitution into Hooke’s Law:

F = 207 x As x ∆t

∆L = L x B x ∆t

Where
As = Crosssectional Area of the Tubing (sq. in.)
∆t = Average Temperature Change (deg. F)
L = Original Length of Tubing (in.)
B = Coeficient of Thermal Expansion (in./ in./ deg. F)

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Tubing Movement
Baker Oil Tools

„Module 1: Basics
– Theory
– Definitions
– Components

„Module 2: Program
– Definitions
– Assumptions
– Procedure
– Analysis
– Resources

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Sign Conventions
Baker Oil Tools

Definitions:

Parameter (+) (-)


Length Elongation Shrinkage
Force Compressive Tensile
Pressure Increase Reduction
Temperature Increase Reduction

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Time Line
Baker Oil Tools

Definitions:
„ Initial Conditions:
Well conditions at the time of space-out. Reference condition for the life of the
completion.
„ Final Conditions:
Well conditions that deviate from initial conditions (what has changed since spaceout?).

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Adjusted Time Line
Baker Oil Tools

Definitions:
„ Reference Initial Conditions:
Initial well condition used for all future calculations that is derived from multiple tubing
movement runs, e.g., setting of hydraulic set packer.

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Section
Baker Oil Tools

9-5/8" 47 lb/ft Casing

7.0 lb/gal Diesel

3-1/2" 10.3 lb/ft Tubing


SECTION 1 Definitions:
„ Section:
5,000'

SECTION 2
A portion of the well in which
6,000'
9-5/8" 53.50 lb/ft Casing
7,500'
all parameters, tubular, fluids,
8.9 lb/gal Brine
SECTION 3
pressures, remain constant.
Thus a new section is defined
2-7/8" 6.5 lb/ft Tubing

7,600'
2-7/8" 7.9 lb/ft Tubing SECTION 4
by a change in these well
7,650' parameters.
7,800' SECTION 5
G-22 Locator Seal Assembly
10,000'

DB Packer with 3.250" ID Seal Bore

7" 35 lb/ft Liner

11,000'

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Zones
Baker Oil Tools

9-5/8" 47 lb/ft Casing

7.0 lb/gal Diesel


SECTION 1
Definitions:
„ Zones:

ZONE 1
3-1/2" 10.3 lb/ft Tubing
5,000'

6,000'
9-5/8" 53.50 lb/ft Casing
SECTION 2 A portion of the well where
7,500' the tubing is constrained
8.9 lb/gal Brine from tubing movement
SECTION 3
2-7/8" 6.5 lb/ft Tubing
(usually between two
7,600' packers).
SECTION 1

ZONE 2
2-7/8" 7.9 lb/ft Tubing
7,650'

7,800' 8.9 lb/gal Brine SECTION 2


G-22 Locator Seal Assembly
10,000'

DB Packer with 3.250" ID Seal Bore

7" 35 lb/ft Liner

11,000'

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Assumptions
Baker Oil Tools

What's taken for granted...


„ Initial pressures at the packer in the
tubing and the annulus are equal to each
other.

„ Tubing is flanged up (no hydraulic


forces are calculated due to tubing ID
area at surface).

„ Program assumes a seal bore packer:


[ F = (Ap-Ai)∆Pi - (Ap-Ao) ∆Po]

„ Program assumes user is smarter than


the program.

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10 Procedural Commandments
Baker Oil Tools

How to avoid getting buried in


paper ...
1) Understand the Program
2) Understand Tubing Movement
3) Understand the Downhole Tool
4) Outline the Job Procedure
5) Identify the Problem(s)
6) Design for Worst Case

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10 Procedural Commandments
Baker Oil Tools

9-5/8" 47 lb/ft Casing How to avoid getting buried in


7.0 lb/gal Diesel

3-1/2" 10.3 lb/ft Tubing


paper ...
5,000'

6,000'
9-5/8" 53.50 lb/ft Casing
1) Understand the Program
2) Understand Tubing Movement
7,500'

8.9 lb/gal Brine


2-7/8" 6.5 lb/ft Tubing
3) Understand the Downhole Tool
7,600'
2-7/8" 7.9 lb/ft Tubing 4) Outline the Job Procedure
7,650'

7,800'
5) Identify the Problem(s)
6) Design for Worst Case
G-22 Locator Seal Assembly

10,000'

7) Draw a Picture
DB Packer with 3.250" ID Seal Bore

7" 35 lb/ft Liner

11,000'

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10 Procedural Commandments
Baker Oil Tools

TU B EM O VE™
SAM PLE LO A D SH EET

How to avoid getting buried in


C U STO M ER T u b in g M o v e m e n t
W ELL N AM E E x a m p le
RUN 1 RUN 2 RUN 3 RUN 4 RU
C O N D IT IO N S (S h u t-in , fr a c tu r e , a c id , e tc .) Fr a c i n g
P A C K E R D E P T H (ft) (M D ) 1 0 0 0 0
K IC K O F F P O IN T (K O P ) (ft) (if d e v ia te d )
T R U E V E R T IC A L D E P T H (T V D ) (ft)

paper ...
if d e v ia te d )
S T U B IN G A N C H O R E D (0 = N O , 1 = Y E S ) 1
P A C K E R B O R E (in ) 3 . 2 5
S L A C K O F F (+ lb s ) o r T E N S IO N (-lb s ) 0
C R A M A T E R IA L ? (0 = N O , 1 = Y E S ) ‡ 0
H IG H S P A C E O U T (in ) 0
N U M B E R O F S E C T IO N S 2
M A X W IR E L IN E T O O L O D (in ) 0
T B G /C S G C O N F IG U R A T IO N
T U B IN G O .D . (in ) s e c t. 1 2 . 8 7 5
T U B IN G O .D . (in ) s e c t. 2 2 . 8 7 5
T U B IN G O .D . (in ) s e c t. 3
T U B IN G O .D . (in ) s e c t. 4
T U B IN G O .D . (in ) s e c t. 5

1) Understand the Program


T U B IN G I.D . (in ) s e c t. 1 2 . 4 4 1
T U B IN G I.D . (in ) s e c t. 2 2 . 4 4 1
T U B IN G I.D . (in ) s e c t. 3
T U B IN G I.D . (in ) s e c t. 4
T U B IN G I.D . (in ) s e c t. 5

T U B IN G W T . (lb s /ft) s e c t. 1 6 . 5
T U B IN G W T . (lb s /ft) s e c t. 2 6 . 5
T U B IN G W T . (lb s /ft) s e c t. 3

2) Understand Tubing Movement


T U B IN G W T . (lb s /ft) s e c t. 4
T U B IN G W T . (lb s /ft) s e c t. 5

C A S IN G I.D . (in ) s e c t. 1 6 . 8 7 5
C A S IN G I.D . (in ) s e c t. 2 6 . 8 7 5
C A S IN G I.D . (in ) s e c t. 3
C A S IN G I.D . (in ) s e c t. 4
C A S IN G I.D . (in ) s e c t. 5

D E P T H (ft) s e c t. 1 2 0 0 0

3) Understand the Downhole Tool


D E P T H (ft) s e c t. 2 1 0 0 0 0
D E P T H (ft) s e c t. 3
D E P T H (ft) s e c t. 4
D E P T H (ft) s e c t. 5

T U B IN G Y IE L D S T R E N G T H (p s i) s e c t. 1 * 8 0 0 0 0

C O N D I T I O N S ( S h u t- in , f r a c tu r e , a c id , e tc .)
RUN 1
TUBEM OVE™
SA M PLE LO A D SH EET

F ra c in g
RUN 2 RUN 3 RUN 4
4) Outline the Job Procedure
IN IT IA L C O N D IT IO N S

5) Identify the Problem(s)


IN IT . S U R F A C E T E M P (d eg F ) 70
IN IT . B O T T O M H O L E T E M P (d e g F ) 250
IN IT . S U R F . P R E S S U R E -tu b in g (p si) 0
IN IT . S U R F . P R E S S U R E - a n n u lu s ( p s i) 0
IN IT . FLU ID W T. - tu b in g ( lb s /g a l) s e c t. 1 0
IN IT . FLU ID W T. - tu b in g ( lb s /g a l) s e c t. 2 16
IN IT . FLU ID W T. - tu b in g ( lb s /g a l) s e c t. 3
IN IT . FLU ID W T. - tu b in g ( lb s /g a l) s e c t. 4

6) Design for Worst Case


IN IT . FLU ID W T. - tu b in g ( lb s /g a l) s e c t. 5
IN IT . FLU ID W T. - tu b in g ( lb s /g a l) s e c t. 5
IN IT . FLU ID W T. - a n n u lu s ( lb s /g a l) s e c t. 1 0
IN IT . FLU ID W T. - a n n u lu s ( lb s /g a l) s e c t. 2 16
IN IT . FLU ID W T. - a n n u lu s ( lb s /g a l) s e c t. 3
IN IT . FLU ID W T. - a n n u lu s ( lb s /g a l) s e c t. 4
IN IT . FLU ID W T. - tu b in g ( lb s /g a l) s e c t. 5
F IN A L C O N D IT IO N S

7) Draw a Picture
F IN A L S U R F A C E T E M P (d eg F ) 60
F IN A L B O T T O M H O L E T E M P (d e g F ) 75
F IN A L S U R F . P R E S S U R E - tu b in g ( p s i) 9000
F IN A L S U R F . P R E S S U R E - a n n u lu s ( p s i) 1000
F IN A L FLU ID W T. - tu b in g (lb s/g a l) se c t. 1 13
F IN A L FLU ID W T. - tu b in g (lb s/g a l) se c t. 2 13
F IN A L FLU ID W T. - tu b in g (lb s/g a l) se c t. 3
F IN A L FLU ID W T. - tu b in g (lb s/g a l) se c t. 4

8) Understand Load Sheet & ...


F IN A L FLU ID W T. - tu b in g (lb s/g a l) se c t. 5
F IN A L F L U ID W T . - a n n u lu s (lb s/g a l) se c t. 13

F IN A L F L U ID W T . - a n n u lu s (lb s/g a l) se c t. 13

F IN A L F L U ID W T . - a n n u lu s (lb s/g a l) se c t.

F IN A L F L U ID W T . - a n n u lu s (lb s/g a l) se c t.

F IN A L F L U ID W T . - a n n u lu s (lb s/g a l) se c t.

* T U B E M O V E d o e s n o t a s s u m e s a f e ty f a c to r s f o r tu b in g y ie ld s tr e n g th .
‡ F o r C R A m a te r ia l s e e A p p e n d ix B o f th e u s e r ’ s g u id e .

T h is p r o g r a m is b a s e d o n S .P .E . p a p e r # 5 1 4 3 ( E n title d , “ M o v e m e n ts , F o r c e s , a n d S tr e s s e s
A s s o c ia te d w ith C o m b in a tio n T u b in g S tr in g s S e a le d in P a c k e r s ” ) , a n d , a s s u c h is s u b je c t to th e

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10 Procedural Commandments
Baker Oil Tools

BAKER OIL TOOLS 4/17/97

How to avoid getting buried in


TUBEMOVE™ © 1993 - BAKER HUGHES INC. 4:13 PM
REL.3.0
CUSTOMER: Tubing Movement
WELL NAME: Example RUN NUMBER: 1
Packer Depth (ft) 10000 Packer/Tubing (Anchor=1, Locator=0) 1
Packer Bore (in) 3.250 Slack-off (+lb) [Tension (-lb)] 0

paper ...
CRA Tubing NO High Space-out [Locator ONLY] (in) 0
Number Sections 2 Max Wireline Tool OD (in) 0.000

TBG/CSG Tubing O.D. Tubing I.D. Tubing Wt Casing I.D. Depth (ft) Tubing Yield
CONFIGURATION (in) (in) (lbs/ft) (in) (MD @ Btm of S e ct) Strength (psi)
Top Section 2.875 2.441 6.500 6.875 2000 80000
Bottom Section 2.875 2.441 6.500 6.875 10000 80000

INITIAL CONDITIONS
TEMPERATURE Surface Bottomhole SURF. PRES. Tubing Annulus
(deg F) 70 250 (psi) 0 0

FLUID WEIGHTS (lbs/gal)


Top Section
Bottom Section
Tubing
0.00
16.00
Annulus
0.00
16.00 1) Understand the Program
INITIAL LENGTH CHANGE COMRESSION/ BUCKLING
(in) TENSION

2) Understand Tubing Movement


Top Section 0.00 0.00
Bottom Section 0.00 0.00 INITIAL HELIX ANGLE
0 TOTAL 0.00 Helix Angle
0.0 Deg/100'
FORCES and STRESSES FORCE STRESS Maximum Tool Length
(lbs) (psi) Unlimited Feet
Top Section Top -52951 29222

3) Understand the Downhole Tool


Bottom -39951 22048
Bottom Section Top -39951 22048
Bottom 12049 0
Packer - Tubing 0

BAKER OIL TOOLS


TUBEMOVE™
FINAL CONDITIONS
Customer: Tubing Movement
Well Name: Example
4/17/97
4:13 PM 4) Outline the Job Procedure
CONDITION = Fracing RUN NUMBER: 1

5) Identify the Problem(s)


TEMPERATURE Surface Bottomhole SURF. PRES. Tubing Annulus
(deg F) 60 75 (psi) 9000 1000

FLUID WEIGHTS (lbs/gal) Tubing Annulus


Top Section 13.00 13.00
Bottom Section 13.00 13.00

6) Design for Worst Case


PRESSURES Initial Final Final
(psi) Tubing Annulus Tubing Annulus Diff. Pres.
Surface 0 0 9000 1000 8000
Bottom of Top Section 0 0 10351 2351 8000
At Packer 6649 6649 15753 7753 8000

LGTH. CHANGE(in) Piston Buckling Ballooning Temperature TOTAL

7) Draw a Picture
Top Section -13.43 -9.22 -8.96 -4.39 -36.01
Bottom Section -53.72 -88.44 -35.76 -72.20 -250.12
TOTAL -67.15 -97.66 -44.72 -76.59 -286.12

FINAL HELIX ANGLE


MOVEMENT IF PERMITED (in) -286.12 Helix Angle

8) Understand Load Sheet & Output


0.0 Deg/100'
FORCES and STRESSES FORCE STRESS Maximum Tool Length
(lbs) (psi) Unlimited Feet
Top Section Top -108822 64000
Bottom -95822 60494
Bottom Section Top -95822 60494
Bottom -43822 50907
Packer - Tubing -86799
Negative movement is up
Negative force is tensile
This program is based on S.P.E. paper #5143 (Entitled "Movements, Forces, and Stresses Associated With Combination Tubing Strings
Sealed In Packers"), and, as such, is subject to the same assumptions and limitations as said paper. Baker Oil Tools does not warrant that
the functions contained in this program will meet customers' requirements or will operate in the combinations selected for use. This program
and the results produced by it are not warranted to be error free.

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10 Procedural Commandments
Baker Oil Tools

How to avoid getting buried in


paper ...
1) Understand the Program
2) Understand Tubing Movement
3) Understand the Downhole Tool
4) Outline the Job Procedure
5) Identify the Problem(s)
6) Design for Worst Case
7) Draw a Picture
8) Understand Load Sheet & Output
9) Follow your Common Sense
10) Use all available resources
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Analysis
Baker Oil Tools

BAKER OIL TOOLS 4/17/97


TUBEMOVE™ 4:13 PM

Initial Conditions:
© 1993 - BAKER HUGHES INC.

REL.3.0
CUSTOMER: Tubing Movement
WELL NAME: Example RUN NUMBER: 1
Packer Depth (ft) 10000 Packer/Tubing (Anchor=1, Locator=0) 1
Packer Bore (in) 3.250 Slack-off (+lb) [Tension (-lb)] 0
CRA Tubing NO High Space-out [Locator ONLY] (in) 0
Number Sections 2 Max Wireline Tool OD (in) 0.000

TBG/CSG
CONFIGURATION
Top Section
Bottom Section
Tubing O.D.
(in)
2.875
2.875
Tubing I.D.
(in)
2.441
2.441
Tubing Wt
(lbs/ft)
6.500
6.500
Casing I.D.
(in)
6.875
6.875
Depth (ft)

2000
10000
Tubing Yield
(MD @ Btm of S e ct) Strength (psi)
80000
80000
„ Available Hookload
„ Initial Length Change
INITIAL CONDITIONS
TEMPERATURE Surface Bottomhole SURF. PRES. Tubing Annulus
(deg F) 70 250 (psi) 0 0

FLUID WEIGHTS (lbs/gal) Tubing Annulus


Top Section 0.00 0.00

„ Force/Stress Analysis
Bottom Section 16.00 16.00

INITIAL LENGTH CHANGE COMRESSION/ BUCKLING


(in) TENSION
Top Section 0.00 0.00
Bottom Section 0.00 0.00 INITIAL HELIX ANGLE

„ Force Reaching Packer


0 TOTAL 0.00 Helix Angle
0.0 Deg/100'
FORCES and STRESSES FORCE STRESS Maximum Tool Length
(lbs) (psi) Unlimited Feet
Top Section Top -52951 29222
Bottom -39951 22048
Bottom Section Top -39951 22048
Bottom 12049 0
Packer - Tubing 0

BAKER OIL TOOLS


TUBEMOVE™
FINAL CONDITIONS
Customer: Tubing Movement
Well Name: Example
4/17/97
4:13 PM
Final Conditions:
CONDITION = Fracing RUN NUMBER: 1

TEMPERATURE
(deg F)

FLUID WEIGHTS (lbs/gal)


Surface
60
Bottomhole

Tubing
75

Annulus
SURF. PRES.
(psi)
Tubing
9000
Annulus
1000
„ Final Differential at the Packer
Top Section 13.00 13.00
Bottom Section 13.00 13.00

PRESSURES

Surface
(psi) Tubing
0
Initial
Annulus
0
Tubing
Final

9000
Annulus
1000
Final
Diff. Pres.
8000
„ Total Length Change
Bottom of Top Section 0 0 10351 2351 8000
At Packer 6649 6649 15753 7753 8000

LGTH. CHANGE(in)
Top Section
Bottom Section
Piston
-13.43
-53.72
Buckling
-9.22
-88.44
Ballooning
-8.96
-35.76
Temperature
-4.39
-72.20
TOTAL
-36.01
-250.12
„ Movement if Permitted
TOTAL -67.15 -97.66 -44.72 -76.59 -286.12

„ Packer to Tubing Force


FINAL HELIX ANGLE
MOVEMENT IF PERMITED (in) -286.12 Helix Angle
0.0 Deg/100'
FORCES and STRESSES FORCE STRESS Maximum Tool Length
(lbs) (psi) Unlimited Feet
Top Section Top -108822 64000

„ Force/Stress Analysis
Bottom -95822 60494
Bottom Section Top -95822 60494
Bottom -43822 50907
Packer - Tubing -86799
Negative movement is up
Negative force is tensile
This program is based on S.P.E. paper #5143 (Entitled "Movements, Forces, and Stresses Associated With Combination Tubing Strings
Sealed In Packers"), and, as such, is subject to the same assumptions and limitations as said paper. Baker Oil Tools does not warrant that
the functions contained in this program will meet customers' requirements or will operate in the combinations selected for use. This program
and the results produced by it are not warranted to be error free.

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Analysis
Baker Oil Tools

BAKER OIL TOOLS


Results:
4/17/97
TUBEMOVE™ © 1993 - BAKER HUGHES INC. 4:13 PM
REL.3.0
CUSTOMER: Tubing Movement
WELL NAME: Example RUN NUMBER: 1

„Initial Conditions:
Packer Depth (ft) 10000 Packer/Tubing (Anchor=1, Locator=0) 1
Packer Bore (in) 3.250 Slack-off (+lb) [Tension (-lb)] 0
CRA Tubing NO High Space-out [Locator ONLY] (in) 0
Number Sections 2 Max Wireline Tool OD (in) 0.000

TBG/CSG Tubing O.D. Tubing I.D. Tubing Wt Casing I.D. Depth (ft) Tubing Yield
CONFIGURATION (in) (in) (lbs/ft) (in) (MD @ Btm of S e ct) Strength (psi)
Top Section 2.875 2.441 6.500 6.875 2000 80000
Bottom Section 2.875 2.441 6.500 6.875 10000 80000
Available Hookload =
INITIAL CONDITIONS

Without any slack-off or tension,


TEMPERATURE Surface Bottomhole SURF. PRES. Tubing Annulus
(deg F) 70 250 (psi) 0 0

FLUID WEIGHTS (lbs/gal) Tubing Annulus initial hookload is the “top of the
Top Section
Bottom Section
0.00
16.00
0.00
16.00
top section force”.
INITIAL LENGTH CHANGE COMRESSION/ BUCKLING
(in) TENSION
Top Section 0.00 0.00
Bottom Section 0.00 0.00 INITIAL HELIX ANGLE
0 TOTAL 0.00 Helix Angle
0.0 Deg/100'
FORCES and STRESSES FORCE STRESS Maximum Tool Length
(lbs) (psi) Unlimited Feet
Top Section Top -52951 29222
Bottom -39951 22048
Bottom Section Top -39951 22048
Bottom 12049 0
Packer - Tubing 0

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Analysis
Baker Oil Tools

BAKER OIL TOOLS


Results:
4/17/97
TUBEMOVE™ © 1993 - BAKER HUGHES INC. 4:13 PM
REL.3.0
CUSTOMER: Tubing Movement
WELL NAME: Example RUN NUMBER: 1

„Initial Conditions:
Packer Depth (ft) 10000 Packer/Tubing (Anchor=1, Locator=0) 1
Packer Bore (in) 3.250 Slack-off (+lb) [Tension (-lb)] 0
CRA Tubing NO High Space-out [Locator ONLY] (in) 0
Number Sections 2 Max Wireline Tool OD (in) 0.000

TBG/CSG Tubing O.D. Tubing I.D. Tubing Wt Casing I.D. Depth (ft) Tubing Yield
CONFIGURATION (in) (in) (lbs/ft) (in) (MD @ Btm of S e ct) Strength (psi)
Top Section 2.875 2.441 6.500 6.875 2000 80000
Bottom Section 2.875 2.441 6.500 6.875 10000 80000
Initial Length Change =
INITIAL CONDITIONS

The amount of tension or


TEMPERATURE Surface Bottomhole SURF. PRES. Tubing Annulus
(deg F) 70 250 (psi) 0 0

FLUID WEIGHTS (lbs/gal) Tubing Annulus slackoff converted to the total


Top Section
Bottom Section
0.00
16.00
0.00
16.00
length change.
INITIAL LENGTH CHANGE COMRESSION/ BUCKLING
(in) TENSION
Top Section 0.00 0.00
Bottom Section 0.00 0.00 INITIAL HELIX ANGLE
0 TOTAL 0.00 Helix Angle
0.0 Deg/100'
FORCES and STRESSES FORCE STRESS Maximum Tool Length
(lbs) (psi) Unlimited Feet
Top Section Top -52951 29222
Bottom -39951 22048
Bottom Section Top -39951 22048
Bottom 12049 0
Packer - Tubing 0

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Analysis
Baker Oil Tools

BAKER OIL TOOLS


Results:
4/17/97
TUBEMOVE™ © 1993 - BAKER HUGHES INC. 4:13 PM
REL.3.0
CUSTOMER: Tubing Movement
WELL NAME: Example RUN NUMBER: 1

„Initial Conditions:
Packer Depth (ft) 10000 Packer/Tubing (Anchor=1, Locator=0) 1
Packer Bore (in) 3.250 Slack-off (+lb) [Tension (-lb)] 0
CRA Tubing NO High Space-out [Locator ONLY] (in) 0
Number Sections 2 Max Wireline Tool OD (in) 0.000

TBG/CSG Tubing O.D. Tubing I.D. Tubing Wt Casing I.D. Depth (ft) Tubing Yield
CONFIGURATION (in) (in) (lbs/ft) (in) (MD @ Btm of S e ct) Strength (psi)

Force/Stress Analysis
Top Section 2.875 2.441 6.500 6.875 2000 80000
Bottom Section 2.875 2.441 6.500 6.875 10000 80000

INITIAL CONDITIONS
TEMPERATURE
(deg F)
Surface
70
Bottomhole
250
SURF. PRES.
(psi)
Tubing
0
Annulus
0 When running non-upset pipe, it
FLUID WEIGHTS (lbs/gal) Tubing Annulus
is critical that you compare the
Top Section
Bottom Section
0.00
16.00
0.00
16.00
highest force displayed in the
output against the maximum
INITIAL LENGTH CHANGE COMRESSION/ BUCKLING
(in) TENSION allowable force as given in the
Top Section
Bottom Section
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00 INITIAL HELIX ANGLE BOT Tech Fact Book Section 5.
0 TOTAL 0.00 Helix Angle
0.0 Deg/100'
FORCES and STRESSES FORCE STRESS Maximum Tool Length
(lbs) (psi) Unlimited Feet
Top Section Top -52951 29222
Bottom -39951 22048
Bottom Section Top -39951 22048
Bottom 12049 0
Packer - Tubing 0

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Analysis
Baker Oil Tools

BAKER OIL TOOLS


Results:
4/17/97
TUBEMOVE™ © 1993 - BAKER HUGHES INC. 4:13 PM
REL.3.0
CUSTOMER: Tubing Movement
WELL NAME: Example RUN NUMBER: 1
Packer Depth (ft)
Packer Bore (in)
CRA Tubing
10000
3.250
Packer/Tubing (Anchor=1, Locator=0)
Slack-off (+lb) [Tension (-lb)]
High Space-out [Locator ONLY] (in)
1
0 „ Initial Conditions:
NO 0
Number Sections 2 Max Wireline Tool OD (in) 0.000

TBG/CSG Tubing O.D. Tubing I.D. Tubing Wt Casing I.D. Depth (ft) Tubing Yield
Force/Stress Analysis
CONFIGURATION (in) (in) (lbs/ft) (in) (MD @ Btm of S e ct) Strength (psi)
Top Section
Bottom Section
2.875
2.875
2.441
2.441
6.500
6.500
6.875
6.875
2000
10000
80000
80000
Maximum tri-axial stress
INITIAL CONDITIONS
calculated is compared against
TEMPERATURE
(deg F)
Surface
70
Bottomhole
250
SURF. PRES.
(psi)
Tubing
0
Annulus
0
inputted tubing yield strength.
FLUID WEIGHTS (lbs/gal) Tubing Annulus
Top Section 0.00 0.00
Bottom Section 16.00 16.00
Hint: when inputting tubing yield
INITIAL LENGTH CHANGE
(in)
COMRESSION/ BUCKLING
TENSION
strength include a safety factor,
Top Section
Bottom Section
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00 INITIAL HELIX ANGLE
thus when the SAFE limit is
0 TOTAL 0.00 Helix Angle exceeded a warning message will
appear in the output.
0.0 Deg/100'
FORCES and STRESSES FORCE STRESS Maximum Tool Length
(lbs) (psi) Unlimited Feet
Top Section Top -52951 29222
Bottom -39951 22048
Bottom Section Top -39951 22048
Bottom 12049 0
Packer - Tubing 0

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Analysis
Baker Oil Tools

BAKER OIL TOOLS


Results:
4/17/97
TUBEMOVE™ © 1993 - BAKER HUGHES INC. 4:13 PM
REL.3.0
CUSTOMER: Tubing Movement
WELL NAME: Example RUN NUMBER: 1

„Initial Conditions:
Packer Depth (ft) 10000 Packer/Tubing (Anchor=1, Locator=0) 1
Packer Bore (in) 3.250 Slack-off (+lb) [Tension (-lb)] 0
CRA Tubing NO High Space-out [Locator ONLY] (in) 0
Number Sections 2 Max Wireline Tool OD (in) 0.000

TBG/CSG Tubing O.D. Tubing I.D. Tubing Wt Casing I.D. Depth (ft) Tubing Yield
CONFIGURATION (in) (in) (lbs/ft) (in) (MD @ Btm of S e ct) Strength (psi)
Top Section 2.875 2.441 6.500 6.875 2000 80000
Bottom Section 2.875 2.441 6.500 6.875 10000 80000 Force/Stress Analysis
INITIAL CONDITIONS
TEMPERATURE
(deg F)
Surface
70
Bottomhole
250
SURF. PRES.
(psi)
Tubing
0
Annulus
0 Packer to tubing force displayed
FLUID WEIGHTS (lbs/gal) Tubing Annulus
is NOT the force reaching the
Top Section
Bottom Section
0.00
16.00
0.00
16.00
packer, rather it is equal to the
INITIAL LENGTH CHANGE COMRESSION/ BUCKLING
inputted slack-off or tension.
(in) TENSION The program doesn’t account for
Top Section
Bottom Section
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00 INITIAL HELIX ANGLE friction.
0 TOTAL 0.00 Helix Angle
0.0 Deg/100'
FORCES and STRESSES FORCE STRESS Maximum Tool Length
(lbs) (psi) Unlimited Feet
Top Section Top -52951 29222
Bottom -39951 22048
Bottom Section Top -39951 22048
Bottom 12049 0
Packer - Tubing 0

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Analysis
Baker Oil Tools

BAKER OIL TOOLS


TUBEMOVE™
FINAL CONDITIONS
Customer: Tubing Movement
Well Name: Example
4/17/97
4:13 PM Results:
CONDITION = Fracing RUN NUMBER: 1

TEMPERATURE
(deg F)
Surface
60
Bottomhole
75
SURF. PRES.
(psi)
Tubing
9000
Annulus
1000
„ Final Conditions:
FLUID WEIGHTS (lbs/gal) Tubing Annulus
Top Section 13.00 13.00
Bottom Section 13.00 13.00

PRESSURES
(psi) Tubing
Initial
Annulus Tubing
Final
Annulus
Final
Diff. Pres.
Differential Pressure at the
Surface
Bottom of Top Section
0
0
0
0
9000
10351
1000
2351
8000
8000
Packer
At Packer 6649 6649 15753 7753 8000

LGTH. CHANGE(in) Piston Buckling Ballooning Temperature TOTAL


You must check to insure the
Top Section
Bottom Section
-13.43
-53.72
-9.22
-88.44
-8.96
-35.76
-4.39
-72.20
-36.01
-250.12
differential pressure at the
TOTAL -67.15 -97.66 -44.72 -76.59 -286.12 packer doesn’t exceed limits of
FINAL HELIX ANGLE the downhole tools.
MOVEMENT IF PERMITED (in) -286.12 Helix Angle
0.0 Deg/100'
FORCES and STRESSES FORCE
(lbs)
STRESS
(psi)
Maximum Tool Length
Unlimited Feet
Note: This is required input for
Top Section Top -108822 64000 the PERFORM Envelope program
for BOT Permanent Packers.
Bottom -95822 60494
Bottom Section Top -95822 60494
Bottom -43822 50907
Packer - Tubing -86799
Negative movement is up
Negative force is tensile
This program is based on S.P.E. paper #5143 (Entitled "Movements, Forces, and Stresses Associated With Combination Tubing Strings
Sealed In Packers"), and, as such, is subject to the same assumptions and limitations as said paper. Baker Oil Tools does not warrant that
the functions contained in this program will meet customers' requirements or will operate in the combinations selected for use. This program
and the results produced by it are not warranted to be error free.

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Analysis
Baker Oil Tools

BAKER OIL TOOLS


TUBEMOVE™
FINAL CONDITIONS
Customer: Tubing Movement
Well Name: Example
4/17/97
4:13 PM Results:
CONDITION = Fracing RUN NUMBER: 1

TEMPERATURE
(deg F)
Surface
60
Bottomhole
75
SURF. PRES.
(psi)
Tubing
9000
Annulus
1000
„ Final Conditions:
FLUID WEIGHTS (lbs/gal) Tubing Annulus
Top Section 13.00 13.00
Bottom Section 13.00 13.00

PRESSURES
(psi) Tubing
Initial
Annulus Tubing
Final
Annulus
Final
Diff. Pres.
Length Changes
Surface 0 0 9000 1000 8000
Bottom of Top Section
At Packer
0
6649
0
6649
10351
15753
2351
7753
8000
8000
Total Length Change=
LGTH. CHANGE(in)
Top Section
Piston
-13.43
Buckling
-9.22
Ballooning
-8.96
Temperature
-4.39
TOTAL
-36.01
Total of all the length changes
Bottom Section -53.72 -88.44 -35.76 -72.20 -250.12 due to pressure and temperature
TOTAL -67.15 -97.66 -44.72 -76.59 -286.12
changes.
FINAL HELIX ANGLE
MOVEMENT IF PERMITED (in) -286.12 Helix Angle
0.0 Deg/100'
FORCES and STRESSES FORCE STRESS Maximum Tool Length
(lbs) (psi) Unlimited Feet
Top Section Top -108822 64000
Bottom -95822 60494
Bottom Section Top -95822 60494
Bottom -43822 50907
Packer - Tubing -86799
Negative movement is up
Negative force is tensile
This program is based on S.P.E. paper #5143 (Entitled "Movements, Forces, and Stresses Associated With Combination Tubing Strings
Sealed In Packers"), and, as such, is subject to the same assumptions and limitations as said paper. Baker Oil Tools does not warrant that
the functions contained in this program will meet customers' requirements or will operate in the combinations selected for use. This program
and the results produced by it are not warranted to be error free.

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Analysis
Baker Oil Tools

BAKER OIL TOOLS


Results:
4/17/97
TUBEMOVE™ Customer: Tubing Movement 4:13 PM
FINAL CONDITIONS Well Name: Example
CONDITION = Fracing RUN NUMBER: 1

TEMPERATURE
(deg F)
Surface
60
Bottomhole
75
SURF. PRES.
(psi)
Tubing
9000
Annulus
1000 „ Final Conditions:
FLUID WEIGHTS (lbs/gal) Tubing Annulus
Top Section 13.00 13.00
Bottom Section 13.00 13.00

PRESSURES
(psi) Tubing
Initial
Annulus Tubing
Final
Annulus
Final
Diff. Pres. Length Changes
Surface 0 0 9000 1000 8000
Bottom of Top Section 0 0 10351 2351 8000
At Packer 6649 6649 15753 7753 8000 Movement if Permitted=
LGTH. CHANGE(in) Piston Buckling Ballooning Temperature TOTAL
Top Section -13.43 -9.22 -8.96 -4.39 -36.01 Assuming the tubing is free to
Bottom Section
TOTAL
-53.72
-67.15
-88.44
-97.66
-35.76
-44.72
-72.20
-76.59
-250.12
-286.12
move, the total of all length
FINAL HELIX ANGLE
changes including the initial
MOVEMENT IF PERMITED (in) -286.12 Helix Angle applied slack-off or tension
length change.
0.0 Deg/100'
FORCES and STRESSES FORCE STRESS Maximum Tool Length
(lbs) (psi) Unlimited Feet
Top Section Top
Bottom
-108822
-95822
64000
60494
With a locator seal assembly, the
Bottom Section Top
Bottom
-95822
-43822
60494
50907
minimum length of seals/seal
Packer - Tubing -86799 bore required.
Negative movement is up
Negative force is tensile
This program is based on S.P.E. paper #5143 (Entitled "Movements, Forces, and Stresses Associated With Combination Tubing Strings
Sealed In Packers"), and, as such, is subject to the same assumptions and limitations as said paper. Baker Oil Tools does not warrant that
the functions contained in this program will meet customers' requirements or will operate in the combinations selected for use. This program
and the results produced by it are not warranted to be error free.

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Analysis
Baker Oil Tools

BAKER OIL TOOLS 3/6/2003


TUBEMOVE™
FINAL CONDITIONS
Customer: Tubing Movement
Well Name:Example
12:16 PM
Results:
CONDITION = Fracing RUN NUMBER: 1

TEMPERATURE
(deg F)
Surface
60
Bottomhole
75
SURF. PRES.
(psi)
Tubing
9000
Annulus
1000„ Final Conditions:
FLUID WEIGHTS (lbs/gal) Tubing Annulus
Top Section 13.00 13.00
Bottom Section 13.00 13.00

PRESSURES Initial Final Final


Packer to Tubing Force
(psi) Tubing Annulus Tubing Annulus Diff. Pres.
Surface
Bottom of Top Section
0
0
0
0
9000
10351
1000
2351
8000
8000
The force taken by the packer to
At Packer 6649 6649 15753 7753 8000 tubing connection.
LGTH. CHANGE(in) Piston Buckling Ballooning Temperature TOTAL For floating seals, packer to tubing
Top Section -13.43 -9.22 -8.96 -4.39 -36.01
Bottom Section -53.72 -88.44 -35.76 -72.20 -250.12 force is always greater than or equal
TOTAL -67.15 -97.66 -44.72 -76.59 -286.12 to zero (no force or a compressive
FINAL HELIX ANGLE force); while for anchored seals, the
MOVEMENT IF PERMITED (in) -286.12 Helix Angle force can be positive, zero, or
0.0 Deg/100'
FORCES and STRESSES FORCE STRESS Maximum Tool Length negative.
(lbs) (psi) Unlimited Feet
Top Section Top -108822 64000
Bottom -95822 60494
Bottom Section Top -95822 60494 Note: This is required input for the
Bottom -43822 50907
Packer - Tubing -86799 PERFORM Envelope program for BOT
Negative m ovem ent is up Permanent Packers.
Negative force is tensile
This program is based on S.P.E. paper #5143 (Entitled "Movements, Forces, and Stresses Associated With Combination Tubing Strings
Sealed In Packers"), and, as such, is subject to the same assumptions and limitations as said paper. Baker Oil Tools does not warrant that
the functions contained in this program will meet customers' requirements or will operate in the combinations selected for use. This program
and the results produced by it are not warranted to be error free.

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Analysis
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Results:
4/17/97
TUBEMOVE™ Customer: Tubing Movement 4:13 PM
FINAL CONDITIONS Well Name: Example
CONDITION = Fracing RUN NUMBER: 1

TEMPERATURE
(deg F)
Surface
60
Bottomhole
75
SURF. PRES.
(psi)
Tubing
9000
Annulus
1000 „Final Conditions:
FLUID WEIGHTS (lbs/gal) Tubing Annulus
Top Section 13.00 13.00
Bottom Section 13.00 13.00

Force/Stress Analysis
PRESSURES Initial Final Final
(psi) Tubing Annulus Tubing Annulus Diff. Pres.
Surface 0 0 9000 1000 8000
Bottom of Top Section 0 0 10351 2351 8000
At Packer 6649 6649 15753 7753 8000
The same analysis as conducted
LGTH. CHANGE(in)
Top Section
Piston
-13.43
Buckling
-9.22
Ballooning
-8.96
Temperature
-4.39
TOTAL
-36.01
for the initial conditions should
Bottom Section -53.72 -88.44 -35.76 -72.20 -250.12 be done for the final conditions:
1) force comparison if using non-
TOTAL -67.15 -97.66 -44.72 -76.59 -286.12

MOVEMENT IF PERMITED (in) -286.12


FINAL HELIX ANGLE
Helix Angle
upset pipe, and 2) stress
FORCES and STRESSES FORCE STRESS
0.0 Deg/100'
Maximum Tool Length
comparison.
(lbs) (psi) Unlimited Feet
Top Section Top -108822 64000
Bottom -95822 60494
Bottom Section Top -95822 60494
Bottom -43822 50907
Packer - Tubing -86799
Negative movement is up
Negative force is tensile
This program is based on S.P.E. paper #5143 (Entitled "Movements, Forces, and Stresses Associated With Combination Tubing Strings
Sealed In Packers"), and, as such, is subject to the same assumptions and limitations as said paper. Baker Oil Tools does not warrant that
the functions contained in this program will meet customers' requirements or will operate in the combinations selected for use. This program
and the results produced by it are not warranted to be error free.

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Resources Baker Oil Tools

When you are in over your


head...
„ SPE Paper# 5143
– “Movement, Forces, and Stresses
associated with Combination Tubing
Strings Sealed in Packers”

„ Packer Calculation
Handbook

„ Tech Fact Book

„ BOT’s Worldwide
Support Network

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Packer Seminar

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