Common Well Control Hazards by Sun Xiaozhen

By Sun Xiaozhen

Seriously illustrated with 900 images of tangible good keep an eye on websites, Common good regulate risks: identity and Countermeasures provides a visible illustration of 177 universal good regulate risks and the way to avoid or counteract them. the suitable better half for any engineer who must enhance and practice their ability extra successfully, this “plain language” consultant covers universal good keep an eye on apparatus corresponding to: BOP keep watch over method, BOP manifold, kill manifold, drilling fluid restoration pipes, IBOP instruments, liquid fuel separator, and hearth, explosion & H2S prevention. With this handbook in hand, “new hires” not just know about the inherent risks which anticipate them out within the box but additionally achieve professional recommendation for deploying the required countermeasures with the intention to bring about powerful, incident loose box operations.

  • Simply describes operational apparatus and procedures
  • Explains 177 forms of capability dangers and countermeasure
  • Identifies universal dangers and their countermeasures

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The interval of rope clamps should be about six to eight times the rope diameter (the clamp interval of 16 mm wire rope should be 96–128 mm). Another standard requires a clamp interval of 150 to 200 mm. The fastened extent should take wire rope deformation to one-third as standard. The length of the rope end should not be less than 140 mm from the last rope clamp, and it should be tied up with wire (Figs. 1-3-37, 1-3-38). CHAPTER 1 Common Hidden Dangers and Remedies FIG. 1-3-37 Fastening methods of rope clamps.

Some people think guy lines should be fixed horizontally, but at a critical state, this is not feasible (Figs. 1-3-33, 1-3-34). FIG. 1-3-33 The guy lines are fixed upward (A). FIG. 1-3-34 The guy lines are fixed upward (B). 36 Common Well Control Hazards Remedy According to mechanical principles, fastening one end of the guy lines to the upper part of the BOP stack and the another end to the lower part of the derrick substructure will provide the most stability, as shown in Figures 1-3-27 and 1-3-28.

2-1-26 Baffle on the union. Defect: There is no measure to prevent oil pollution at hydraulic unions Hazard It is hard to avoid pipe leakage during operation. Leakage will cause some hydraulic oil to spill on the ground. If there is no prevention measure at the sub, the hydraulic oil will pollute the environment (Figs. 2-1-27, 2-1-28). CHAPTER 2 Common Hidden Dangers and Remedies FIG. 2-1-27 Ground contamination with hydraulic oil. 53 FIG. 2-1-28 No prevention measures for hydraulic oil falling to the ground.

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