PROGRESSIVE CAVITY BY PUMP

  1. Principles of basic functions
  2. Terminology
  3. Equivalence table between different terminologies
  4. Detail of the components of surface and bottom
  5. Torque anchor
  6. Stop nipple
  7. Centralizer
  8. Selection chart of equipment
  9. PCP tubular and insertions
  10. Rotor, stator, rotor movement
  11. PCP single lobe and multi-lobes
  12. Rotor transfer through the opening of the stator
  13. Geometry of the phase
  14. Cavity formation
  15. Torque and power requirements
  16. Geometric influence of the pump
  17. Total dynamic or TDH
  18. Pressure pump limitations
  19. Efficiency, displacement, runoff
  20. Rotor-stator interference
  21. Elastomer definition, PCP elastomer conditions
  22. Elastomer for petroleum industry
  23. Aggressive chemicals and physicals agents
  24. Interference
  25. Hysteresis
  26. Determination of the optimum interference
  27. Estimation of the swelling in the laboratory
  28. Operating procedures
  29. Calculation of the percentage of swelling
  30. Diameter of the rotors used in the petroleum industry
  31. Drive system
  32. Other devices
  33. Hollow rods for PCP drive, technical specifications and torque chart
  34. Comparative advantages of the use of hollow rods
  35. Advantages of the system
  36. Disadvantages
  37. Samples of design and PCP calculations: introduction, 1-well data, 2-pump selection, 3-calculation of the theory flow, 4-total dynamic load (TDH or total dynamic head) 5- calculation of the consume power, 6-torque calculation, 7-calculation of the axial efforts, 8-calculus of the combine tensions, 9-calculus of the stretch rods.
  38. Elastomers defects photos.

This is a second most popular extraction system used in Cuenca Gulf of San Jorge. It is growing in popularity and important conclusions are being formed for the use of PCP. This course is targeting young professionals, production operative managers, and zone managers.