Finite element analysis of offshore drilling jar connections

A. Kristensen, Kashif Toor, Sigurd Solem

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    A new tool joint system is considered. Traditionally these rotary connections have been designed with only one shoulder geometry. However, in order to increase the torque rating of the tool joint, a new design is introduced using two shoulders. This design allow reduced tool joint dimensions whereby downhole equipment more easily can be fitted. In order to evaluate the validity of the design, finite element analysis have been performed in ANSYS. The results obtained indicate that the new design is valid and further tests can be performed.
    OriginalsprogEngelsk
    TitelSeminar: Component and System Analysis Using Numerical Simulation Techniques – FEA, CFD, MBS
    Antal sider2
    ForlagNAFEMS
    Publikationsdato2005
    Udgave1
    Sider1-2
    StatusUdgivet - 2005
    BegivenhedNAFEMS Nordic Seminar : Component and System Analysis Using Numerical Simulation Techniques – FEA, CFD, MBS - Gothenburg, Sverige
    Varighed: 23 nov. 200524 nov. 2005
    Konferencens nummer: 1

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    KonferenceNAFEMS Nordic Seminar : Component and System Analysis Using Numerical Simulation Techniques – FEA, CFD, MBS
    Nummer1
    LandSverige
    ByGothenburg
    Periode23/11/200524/11/2005

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    Offshore drilling
    Finite element method
    Torque
    Geometry

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      Kristensen, A., Toor, K., & Solem, S. (2005). Finite element analysis of offshore drilling jar connections. I Seminar: Component and System Analysis Using Numerical Simulation Techniques – FEA, CFD, MBS (1 udg., s. 1-2). NAFEMS.
      Kristensen, A. ; Toor, Kashif ; Solem, Sigurd. / Finite element analysis of offshore drilling jar connections. Seminar: Component and System Analysis Using Numerical Simulation Techniques – FEA, CFD, MBS. 1. udg. NAFEMS, 2005. s. 1-2
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