Analyzing Packer's Deformation of Tubular for Unsetting Process in HTHP Wells under Variable (T, P) Fields
Yunqiang Liu, Feng Guo, Jiuping Xu*
Identifiers and Pagination:Year: 2012
First Page: 109
Last Page: 117
Publisher Id: TOPEJ-5-109
Article History:Received Date: 27/3/2012
Revision Received Date: 7/7/2012
Acceptance Date: 4/9/2012
Electronic publication date: 15/10/2012
Collection year: 2012
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In this paper, the axial stress and deformation of high temperature high pressure super-deep deviated gas wells are studied. A new model presents multiple nonlinear equation systems, which comprehensively consider the axial load of the tubular string, internal and external fluid pressure, normal pressure between the tube and well wall, friction and the viscous friction of fluid flowing under variable temperature and pressure fields, instead of the traditional methods. The initial axial load, the pressure effect, the friction, temperature effect and sucker-rod pumping effect are derived using a dimensionless iterative interpolation algorithm. Basic data from the X Well (high temperature-high pressure gas well), 6115 meters deep, are used for case history calculations. The results and some useful conclusions could provide technical reliability in oil and gas well testing design.