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COMPUTALOG

COMMANDER Motor Handbook

2nd Edition
March 2001

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

DISCLAIMER
The Computalog Commander Motor Handbook is intended to be a reference of Computalog Commander drilling motor specifications and operation. Computalog Ltd. is continuously looking at ways to improve the performance of their drilling motors, therefore these specifications are subject to change without notice. If there are any concerns or questions about the information in this handbook, please contact your Computalog Commander drilling motor representative for assistance. The drilling motors described in this handbook were available at time of publication. Not all configurations are necessarily available off-the-shelf but can be supplied with sufficient notice.

CONTENTS
1.0 INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 2.0 MOTOR SELECTION . . . . . . . . . . .6 3.0 COMPONENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
3.1 Dump Sub Assembly ..................................................8 3.2 Power Section.............................................................8 3.3 Drive Assembly ...........................................................9 3.4 Adjustable Assembly ................................................10 3.5 Sealed Bearing Section ............................................10 3.6 Kick Pads. ..................................................................10 3.7 Stabilization..............................................................10

4.0 APPLICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11


4.1 Performance Drilling ...............................................11 4.2 Directional Drilling ..................................................11 4.3 Horizontal Drilling / Well Re-entry.........................12 4.4 Air Drilling ...............................................................12 4.5 Motor Performance Under Two Phase Flow..........14 4.6 Specialty Applications .............................................15

5.0 COMPUTALOG COMMANDER DRILLING MOTOR OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17


5.1 Assembly Procedure and Surface Check Prior to Running In Hole.........................................17 5.2 Tripping In Hole.......................................................19 5.3 Drilling......................................................................19 5.4 Reactive Torque .......................................................20 5.5 Drilling Motor Stall..................................................20 5.6 Bit Conditions ..........................................................21 5.7 Rotating The Drilling Motor ...................................21 5.8 Tripping Out.............................................................21 5.9 Surface Checks After Running In Hole...................22

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CONTENTS Continued
6.0 DRILLING FLUIDS . . . . . . . . . . . .23 7.0 TEMPERATURE LIMITS . . . . . . . .24 8.0 TROUBLESHOOTING DOWNHOLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
8.1 With Bit Off Bottom ................................................25 8.2 With Bit On Bottom.................................................25

9.0 DRILLING MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . .27


Drilling Motor Specification Summary ..............................30 44 mm (1 3/4) Computalog Commander HN1246......34 60 mm (2 3/8) Computalog Commander HN1270......36 60 mm (2 3/8) Computalog Commander MN5625.....38 60 mm (2 3/8) Computalog Commander ME5652......40 73 mm (2 7/8) Computalog Commander HN1252......42 73 mm (2 7/8) Computalog Commander MN5633.....44 73 mm (2 7/8) Computalog Commander ME5670......46 73 mm (2 7/8) Computalog Commander LN7825.......48 86 mm (3 3/8) Computalog Commander HN1255......50 86 mm (3 3/8) Computalog Commander MN4550.....52 86 mm (3 3/8) Computalog Commander LN7830.......54 95 mm (3 3/4) Computalog Commander HN1244......56 95 mm (3 3/4) Computalog Commander MS5638......58 95 mm (3 3/4) Computalog Commander MN4535.....60 95 mm (3 3/4) Computalog Commander ME7867......62 95 mm (3 3/4) Computalog Commander LN7823.......64 121 mm (4 3/4) Computalog Commander HN1230....66 121 mm (4 3/4) Computalog Commander MN4535...68 121 mm (4 3/4) Computalog Commander ME4563 ...70 121 mm (4 3/4) Computalog Commander ME5683 ...72 121 mm (4 3/4) Computalog Commander LN7822.....74 121 mm (4 3/4) Computalog Commander LE7838 .....76 121 mm (4 3/4) Computalog Commander LA7820.....78 127 mm (5) Computalog Commander ME6760..........80 159 mm (6 1/4) Computalog Commander HN1240....82

CONTENTS Continued
9.0 DRILLING MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS Continued
159 mm (6 1/4) Computalog Commander MN4543....84 159 mm (6 1/4) Computalog Commander MB4543 ....86 159 mm (6 1/4) Computalog Commander ME4575 ....88 159 mm (6 1/4) Computalog Commander LN7828......90 159 mm (6 1/4) Computalog Commander LB7828 ......92 159 mm (6 1/4) Computalog Commander LE7848 ......94 171 mm (6 3/4) Computalog Commander HN1240.....96 171 mm (6 3/4) Computalog Commander MN4548....98 171 mm (6 3/4) Computalog Commander ME4570 ..100 171 mm (6 3/4) Computalog Commander LN7830 ...102 171 mm (6 3/4) Computalog Commander LE6754 ....104 171 mm (6 3/4) Computalog Commander LE7850 ....106 171 mm (6 3/4) Computalog Commander LA7820 ...108 203 mm (8) Computalog Commander HN1240.........110 203 mm (8) Computalog Commander MN4536 ........112 203 mm (8) Computalog Commander ME5650.........114 203 mm (8) Computalog Commander ME4553.........116 203 mm (8) Computalog Commander LN7830..........118 203 mm (8) Computalog Commander LE6740 ..........120 203 mm (8) Computalog Commander LA7820..........122 244 mm (9 5/8) Computalog Commander MN3445..124 244 mm (9 5/8) Computalog Commander MN4540..126 244 mm (9 5/8) Computalog Commander ME3460 ..128 244 mm (9 5/8) Computalog Commander LN5630 ...130 244 mm (9 5/8) Computalog Commander LE6750 ....132

APPENDICES
1. Motor Make-up Torques .........................................135 2. Adjustable Instructions - 3 Adjustable..................136 3. Adjustable Instructions - 2 Adjustable..................138 4. Hydraulics Formulae ................................................140 5. Rotor By-pass Nozzle Instructions...........................146 6. Build Rate Reference Data ......................................150 7. Recommended Make-up Torque for Rotary Shouldered Drill Collar Connections ......................152 8. Torque Specifications for Computalog Ltd. Mud Pulse MWD Tubulars .........172

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CONTENTS Continued
9. Torque Specifications for Computalog Ltd. Electromagnetic MWD Tubulars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174 10. Drill Collar Weight (Steel) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 176 11. API Casing Data with Bit Sizes and Clearances. . 178 12. TFA of Flow Nozzles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 13. IADC Roller Bit Dull Grading System . . . . . . . . . 202 14. Conversion Factors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204

NOTES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207 COMPUTALOG LTD. WORLDWIDE LOCATIONS . . . . . . . 212

1.0 INTRODUCTION
Since its inception over twenty-five years ago, Computalog Ltd. has been a leader in various areas of oilfield service technologies. Computalog Ltd.s Drilling Motor Department has been developing, manufacturing, and servicing down-hole drilling motors for over fifteen years and is constantly working on new technologies that will surpass past performances. Computalog Commander drilling motors have been proven to be extremely reliable with operational experience surpassing 65,000 hours per year. Computalog Ltd.s professional team applies extensive drilling experience and technical skill to the design and maintenance of their high performance drilling motors. Feedback from field operations and extensive performance monitoring in combination with an accurate component history database allows for optimum engineering analysis in all matters of performance. All possible measures including thorough component testing are taken to ensure product quality to our customers. Enclosed are the specifications for the variety of drilling motors that Computalog Ltd. currently has available. Drilling motor components, operation, applications, performance characteristics, and limitations are all discussed thoroughly. Other drilling motor styles will become available over time, expanding on the range of performance characteristics of Computalog Commander drilling motors. In the event that an issue dealing with this equipment has not been addressed, or some information is missing, please contact your nearest Computalog Ltd. representative.

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2.0 MOTOR SELECTION


Computalog Commander drilling motors are organized into three different selections to provide the broad range of bit speeds and torque outputs required to satisfy a multitude of drilling applications. These selections include: H - High Speed / Low Torque M - Medium Speed / Medium Torque L - Low Speed / High Torque The H style of Computalog Commander drilling motor utilizes a 1:2 lobe power section to produce high speeds and low torque outputs. They are popular choices when drilling with a diamond bit, tri-cone bit drilling in soft formations, and directional applications where single shot orientations are being used. The M style of Computalog Commander drilling motor typically utilizes a 4:5 or 5:6 lobe power section to produce medium speeds and medium torque outputs. They are commonly used in conventional directional and horizontal wells, in diamond bit and coring applications, as well as sidetracking. The L style of Computalog Commander drilling motor typically uses a 7:8 lobe power section to produce low speeds and high torque outputs. They are used in most directional and horizontal wells, medium to hard formation drilling, and PDC bit drilling applications. In additions to the above, further specifications are required as there are several different drilling motors available in each speed range, designed to produce slightly different speed ranges and torque outputs. In order to simplify identification of these different styles of drilling motors, a second letter is used, indicating the role of the drilling motor design. These specifications currently include: A - Air Drilling Motor - The power section has been specifically designed to operate with a compressible gas such as air or nitrogen, but also operates with imcompressible fluids. The specifications in this handbook indicate the performance of this design of drilling motor with water. If information of the performance with a compressible fluid is required, please contact your nearest Computalog Ltd. representative. B - Modified Drilling Motor - The bearing section of the drilling motor has been modified from a standard drilling motor to provide slightly different drilling characteristics (ie. change bit to bend distance, etc.)

E - Extended or Performance Drilling Motor - The power section of the extended or performance drilling motor is longer than the power section of the standard drilling motor, providing greater torque capacity at a similar output speed range. Build rate capacity of these styles of drilling motors is reduced due to increased length of the drilling motor. N - Standard Drilling Motor / Regular Length - These are the original Computalog Commander I, II and III drilling motors. These drilling motors have standard length power sections. S - Short Radius Drilling Motor - The drilling motor has been specifically designed to perform drilling of short radius wellbores. The bearing section of the drilling motor has a reduced bit to bend length, and the power section is short to allow higher build rates.

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3.0 COMPONENTS
All Computalog Commander drilling motors consist of five major assemblies: 1. Dump Sub Assembly, 2. Power Section, 3. Drive Assembly, 4. Adjustable Assembly, and 5. Sealed Bearing Section.

3.1 DUMP SUB ASSEMBLY


As a result of the power section (described below), the drilling motor will seal off the drill string ID from the annulus. In order to prevent wet trips and pressure problems, a dump sub assembly is utilized. The dump sub assembly is a hydraulically actuated valve located at the top of the drilling motor that allows the drill string to fill when running in hole, and drain when tripping out of hole. When the pumps are engaged, the valve automatically closes and directs all drilling fluid flow through the motor. In the event that the dump sub assembly is not required or desired, such as in underbalanced drilling using nitrogen gas or air, its effect can be negated by simply replacing the discharge plugs with blank plugs. This allows the motor to be adjusted as necessary, even in the field. Drilling motors 95 mm (3 3/4) and smaller require the dump sub assembly to be replaced with a special blank sub.

3.2 POWER SECTION


The Computalog Commander drilling motor power section is an adaptation of the Moineau(1) type positive displacement hydraulic pump in a reversed application. It essentially converts hydraulic power from the drilling fluid into mechanical power to drive the bit. The power section is comprised of two components; the stator and the rotor. The stator consists of a steel tube that contains a bonded elastomer insert with a lobed, helical pattern bore through the center. The rotor is a lobed, helical steel rod. When the rotor is installed into the stator, the combination of the helical shapes and lobes form sealed cavities between the two components. When drilling fluid is forced through the power section, the pressure drop across the cavities will cause the rotor to turn inside the stator. This is how the drilling motor is powered. It is the pattern of the lobes and the length of the helix that dictate what output characteristics will be developed by the power section. By the nature of the design, the stator always has one more lobe than the rotor. The illustrations in Figure 1 show a 1:2 lobe cross-section, a 4:5 lobe cross-section and a 7:8 lobe cross-section. Generally, as the lobe ratio is increased, the speed of rotation is decreased.
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The second control on power section output characteristics is length. A stage is defined as a full helical rotation of the lobed stator. Therefore, power sections may be classified in stages. A four stage power section contains one more full rotation to the stator elastomer, when compared to a three stage. With more stages, the power section is capable of greater overall pressure differential, which in turn provides more torque to the rotor. As mentioned above, these two design characteristics can be used to control the output characteristics of any size power section. This allows for the modular design of Computalog Commander drilling motors making it possible to simply replace power sections when different output characteristics are required. In addition, the variation of dimensions and materials will allow for specialized drilling conditions. With increased temperatures, or certain drilling fluids, the stator elastomer will expand and form a tighter seal onto the rotor and create more of an interference fit, which may result in stator elastomer damage. Computalog Commander drilling motors are available when requested with stators that take these conditions into account. This will result in minimal loss in performance for Computalog Commander drilling motors used in these specialized conditions.

3.3 DRIVE ASSEMBLY


Due to the design nature of the power section, there is an eccentric rotation of the rotor inside of the stator. To compensate for this eccentric motion and convert it to a purely concentric rotation, Computalog Commander drilling motors utilize a high strength jointed drive assembly. The drive assembly consists of a drive shaft with a sealed and lubricated drive joint located at each end. The drive joints are designed to withstand the high

Figure 1: Cross-sections of the most common power section lobe configurations.

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torque values delivered by the power section while creating minimal stress through the drive assembly components for extended life and increased reliability. The drive assembly also provides a point in the drive line that will compensate for the bend in the drilling motor required for directional control.

3.4 ADJUSTABLE ASSEMBLY


All Computalog Commander drilling motors are supplied with a surface adjustable assembly. The adjustable assembly can be set from zero to three degrees in varying increments in the field. This durable design results in wide range of potential build rates used in directional, horizontal and re-entry wells. Also, to minimize the wear to the adjustable components, wear pads are normally located directly above and below the adjustable bend. Zero to four degree adjustable assemblies are also available when required.

3.5 SEALED BEARING SECTION


The bearing section contains the radial and thrust bearings and bushings. They transmit the axial and radial loads from the bit to the drill string while providing a drive line that allows the power section to rotate the bit. Computalog Commander drilling motors utilize sealed, oil filled, and pressure compensated bearing assemblies to assure extended, reliable operation with minimal wear. As no drilling fluid is used to lubricate the drilling motor bearings, all fluid can be directed to the bit for maximized hydraulic efficiency. This provides for improved bottom-hole cleaning, resulting in increased penetration rates and longer bit life.

3.6 KICK PADS


All Computalog Commander drilling motors incorporate wear pads directly above and below the adjustable bend for improved wear resistance. Eccentric kick pads can also be used on Computalog Commander drilling motors ranging from 121 mm (4 3/4) to 245 mm (9 5/8) in size. This kick pad is adjustable to match the low side of the motor to increase build rate capabilities. It will also allow lower adjustable settings for similar build rates, thereby reducing radial stresses applied to the bearing assembly, and permit safer rotation of the motor. They can be installed in the field by screwing them onto specially adapted bearing housings.

3.7 STABILIZATION
Bearing housings are also available with two stabilization styles, integral blade and screw-on. The integral blade style is built directly onto the bearing housing and thus cannot be removed in the field. The screw-on style provides the option of installing a threaded stabilizer sleeve onto the drilling motor on the rig floor in a matter of minutes. The drilling motor has a thread on the bottom end that is covered with a thread protector sleeve when not required. Both of these styles are optional to a standard slick bearing housing.

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4.0 APPLICATIONS
The versatility and variety of Computalog Commander drilling motors allows it to be used in several different downhole applications. As the variety of designs expand, the applications that Computalog Commander drilling motors can operate in will also grow.

4.1 PERFORMANCE DRILLING


Computalog Commander drilling motors can be used for performance drilling. The wide variety of torque, speed, and flow rate capabilities of the drilling motors lend themselves easily to a wide range of bit types and formation conditions. Rotary drilling can also be applied in addition to rotation from the drilling motor for increased bit speed as required. Power is provided directly at the bit, reducing wear and stress to drill string components, and increasing component life substantially.

4.2 DIRECTIONAL DRILLING


Directional drilling began as a remedial operation to solve a drilling problem; usually a fish or junk left in the hole. Today, with the creation of tighter legal spacing requirements, better reservoir engineering modeling, and drilling of multiple wells from a single surface location, it has become very important to both control the wellbore position during drilling and to relate to the position of existing wellbores to lease boundaries, other wells, etc. The most obvious application for directional drilling is for drilling to areas that are inaccessible to conventional vertical drilling techniques. When drilling into reservoirs that are under mountains, water, cities, or environmentally sensitive areas, wells can be directionally controlled to hit the required target. When the reservoir is near problematic formations (ie. salt formations, steep fault planes, etc.) directional drilling techniques can be used to avoid them and minimize their effect on drilling and recovery processes. Another capability with directional drilling is the drilling of multiple wells from a single point. This is valuable in the case of off-shore drilling rigs which require a significant investment in time and money. Multiple wells can be drilled from a single point to various targets for optimized recovery, reducing drilling rig time and costs. Directional drilling can also be used to drill relief wells. In situations where a well becomes uncontrolled, a relief well can be drilled to intersect the original wellbore. Heavy mud can then be pumped down the relief well to kill the blowout well.

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4.3 HORIZONTAL DRILLING / WELL RE-ENTRY


Horizontal drilling is the fastest growing branch of directional drilling. In certain reservoirs, recovery can be dramatically improved by directionally drilling a well horizontally (over eighty degrees inclination) for an extended length. Greater reservoir exposure allows for higher production rates at equivalent drawdowns. In standard horizontal drilling practices, the build section of the well is drilled with a larger drilling motor and casing is run to the start of the horizontal section. This casing string insures wellbore integrity as the horizontal section is drilled. The build section can be drilled in varying rates from long radius to short radius. The build rate is dependent on the hole conditions, required horizontal dimensions, and well economics. A smaller drilling motor is then used to drill the horizontal component of the well. If the horizontal component of the well is to be straight, it is recommended that the smaller drilling motor be set between 1.5 and 1.8 degrees for the horizontal and then rotated to maintain wellbore inclination. If any adjustments need to be made, the bend in the drilling motor can be used to correct the wellbore trajectory. Higher motor settings have been used to drill with, allowing aggressive turns in the lateral. An extension of horizontal drilling is the drilling of multilateral wells. Multi-lateral wells have more than one horizontal wellbore emanating from a single wellbore. This can be in the form of several horizontal wells fanning out radially from a single vertical well. The horizontal wells can be on the same vertical plane, or be strategically placed at different planes for multiple reservoirs. A second method is to sidetrack from an existing horizontal well for penetration into other areas in the reservoir for further recovery. In addition, the above techniques can be used to perform well re-entry. Existing wells are regularly re-entered for further recovery from the reservoir. Sidetracking can be performed from both the build section as well as the horizontal section of the existing well to penetrate into areas not drained with the original well.

4.4 AIR / MISTED DRILLING


Compressible fluids such as air, nitrogen, natural gas, etc., can be used in combination with a lubricating fluid. Computalog Commander drilling motors have been used extensively in this application. Advantages of drilling with compressible fluids are that better hole cleaning occurs, increasing penetration rates and reducing rig time and costs. Lost circulation problems are eliminated, formation damage is limited, and continual drill stem testing of potential producing formations can be performed. When operating Computalog Commander drilling motors with air, extra precautions must be taken to minimize wear and extend drilling motor life.

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It is recommended that when operating Computalog Commander drilling motors with air, or any other compressible fluid, that a lubricating fluid be added to the system. As stated earlier, the interference between the rotor and the stator creates small cavities along their length. As each cavity moves down the length of the power section from the rotation of the rotor, the cavity volume remains the same. However, for there to be a pressure change in the air as the cavity progresses (which is required for torque generation), the volume must also change. Therefore, as the cavity progresses, the pressure will drop for torque development, and the volume of the air will increase. This increase in air volume results in blow-by of the power section at the bottom end, which will potentially damage the stator. The purpose of a lubricating fluid is to help lubricate the surfaces between the rotor and stator of the power section, as well as provide some cooling assistance to reduce this blow-by damage. As the amount of lubricating fluid is decreased, wear to the rubber will increase, significantly reducing the life of the drilling motor. When operating a Computalog Commander drilling motor with air, care should be taken not let it run freely at any time. This will cause the rotor to spin at rates beyond what it was designed for, wearing it out prematurely. When starting the drilling motor, some weight on bit should be applied before flow is stabilized at the required drilling rate. This will provide some resistance to the rotor in the stator and prevent it from over-running. Similarly, when stopping drilling, some weight on bit should be maintained until there is no pressure drop across the drilling motor. Failing to do so will cause premature stator wear, as well as possibly cause an internal joint to fracture or back-off. Stalling out the drilling motor can also cause extensive wear quickly to the stator. When stall occurs, the rotor will seal off with the stator, causing the air pressure inside the drill string to gradually increase. When the drilling motor is raised, the seal between the rotor and stator will give, and the air will pass through. However, since the pressure is higher, and the flow rate has increased beyond the capacity of the power section, the rotor will spin over allowable limits and the stator will wear out in a short period of time. When stalling occurs, it is not easily identifiable with a pressure increase at surface. As the drilling medium is compressible, the stall will not be immediately noticed. Therefore, the ROP should be used as a gauge for stalling. If the ROP drops off excessively, it should be considered an indication that the drilling motor has stalled. Another concern when using a compressible fluid to power a drilling motor is explosive decompression. This is especially the case for nitrogen gas. When the drilling motor is being operated downhole, gases permeate into the rubber components. The amount of gases that permeate into the rubber are increased by higher pressures being applied, and longer periods of use. However, this initial absorption of gases does not affect drilling motor performance. Once the drilling motor is being pulled out of hole, the pressure on the rubber component is greatly

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decreased, allowing the gases to expand and coalesce within the rubber. This creates blistering of the rubber, and possibly leads to chunking, affecting the integrity of the drilling motor. In wells where the drilling motor is expected to see pressures above 10,000 kPa (1450 psi), explosive decompression is possible when pulling out of hole. To minimize this effect, the rate at which the drilling motor is pulled out of hole should be reduced to allow time for the permeated nitrogen gas to escape from the rubber in the drilling motor without causing blistering. In wells that may be of a concern, it is recommended that the drilling motor be laid down after the first run. Once again, it is not the pressure on the drilling motor that causes the explosive decompression, but rather the rate of pressure drop the rubber is exposed to. Downhole, the gas is still compressed in the rubber, and does not deform the rubber. Damage does not occur until the pressure on the rubber is dropped dramatically by over 10,000 kPa (1450 psi). When drilling with air, the dump sub assembly discharge ports must be plugged off. The pressure drop across the dump sub will not be sufficient enough to close it under normal air flow rates. It is recommended that prior to air drilling that our Technical Services department review the well information with modeling to provide a suggested combination of air flow rate and lubricating fluid flow rate. With all compressible fluids, the performance of Computalog Commander drilling motors vary greatly with small differences in these two flow rates. To provide optimum life and performance characteristics, it is suggested our professional team assist you with flow rates selection.

4.5 MOTOR PERFORMANCE UNDER TWO PHASE FLOW


Stator performance of positive displacement motors (PDM) used on underbalanced drilling operations is significantly affected by the flow rate, fluid type and lubrication provided by the drilling fluid. Several performance tests have been conducted on drilling motors under two phase flow conditions revealing some interesting behavior. Papers have been published presenting ideas on how to choose motors through performance indicators or bench testing. These tests and discussions are useful in understanding limitations with PDMs in two phase flow conditions. It is important to understand how the performance of a PDM is affected by two phase flow and make small changes in operating parameters when trying to improve performance. The following is a list of points to consider when suspected drilling motor problems occur while drilling with two phase fluids: * The higher the gas / liquid ratio (lower liquid rates) the easier it is to stall the motor even though the combined equivalent flow rate is at maximum motor rating. Slippage or blow-by (onset of stalling) occurs sooner and at lower differential pressures in two phase flow than single phase flow.

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Lower liquid rates may cause poor lubrication resulting in faster wear rates. The motor is likely being over run while circulating the drill string off bottom. When on bottom drilling, an increase in the combined equivalent flow rate of 10% over maximum recommended may help reduce stalling problems. Allow the weight on bit to drill off before pulling up off bottom. Work closely with the operator and underbalanced drilling engineer, to make small parameter changes

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The torque performance curve of PDMs used in two phase flow does not change significantly except the maximum predicted differential pressure can not be achieved before the motor stalls thereby a lower maximum torque output. The following graph (Figure 2) illustrates the typical performance of a 121mm motor under several flow conditions but with similar equivalent combined flow rates. Note the significant drop in RPM at the same differential pressure. This drop in RPM combined with the reservoirs production and the degree of underbalanced achieved (how much below reservoir pressure), can have a significant affect on the rate of penetration.

Figure 2: RPM versus Differential Pressure in Two-Phase Flow 86 mm (3 3/8") Computalog Commander LN7825.

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4.6 SPECIALTY APPLICATIONS


Computalog Commander drilling motors have also been used to drill conduit holes to accommodate pipelines cable, and other transmission mediums. These holes are generally drilled to traverse obstacles in a proposed right of way which present problems to conventional trenching methods; river crossings, steep or unstable terrain, shore approaches, or environmentally sensitive areas. Extraction of water soluble minerals (ie. salt, potash) can be attained through solution mining technologies. In this practice, paired wells are drilled to predetermined targets and water is circulated through the holes until communication is established. Water is then forced down one hole and allowed to exit through the other with its mineral in solution. Grout holes can be drilled to stabilize unconsolidated formations or isolate water bearing formations. Proper placement and control will result in reduced overall costs and greater technical efficiencies for the procedure. Methane and water drainage holes have been common in the mining industry for years. Similar techniques are being employed in the environmental industry for in situ evacuation of toxic contaminants left in industrial and waste disposal sites.

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5.0 COMPUTALOG COMMANDER DRILLING MOTOR OPERATION


In order to get the best performance and optimum life of Computalog Commander drilling motors, the following standard procedures should be followed during operation. Slight variations may be required with changes in drilling conditions and drilling equipment, but attempts should be made to follow these procedures as closely as possible.

5.1 ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE AND SURFACE CHECK PRIOR TO RUNNING IN HOLE


Although all Computalog Commander motors are shipped from the shop thoroughly inspected and tested, some initial checks may be completed prior to running in hole. These surface check procedures should only be used with mud drilling systems. CAUTION: To avoid potential bit, motor, and BOP damage, these preliminary checks should be completed without a bit attached. A thread protector should be installed in the bit box whenever moving the motor, but must be removed before flow testing. 1. The correct lift sub must always be installed and used for moving the tool on or off the rig floor, and for lifting the tool into position for make-up. Also be sure the connection between the lift sub and the drilling motor is tight. To lift the drilling motor to the rig floor, use a tugger line secured around the lift sub. Pick up the Computalog Commander drilling motor with the elevators and set it into the slips of the rotary table. Install the dog collar / safety clamps. The lift sub supplied with the drilling motor should only be used for lifting the drilling motor. The capacity of the lift sub is restricted to the weight of the drilling motor and should not be used for any other purpose. Only apply rig tongs on the identified areas of the drilling motor. All connections of the drilling motor are torqued in Computalog Ltd.s service shop. Further make-up on the rig floor is not necessary, and if attempted may cause damage.

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Remove the lift sub and connect the kelly to the drilling motor, remove the dog collar / safety clamp, and lift the drilling motor out of the slips. Remove the thread protector from the bit box and inspect the threads for damage.

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3.

Lower the drilling motor until the dump sub ports are below the rotary table, yet still visible.

CAUTION: The dump sub valve will remain open until there is enough fluid pressure to close it. Therefore, the drilling motor should be lowered until the ports are below the rotary table. This will prevent the initial flow of drilling fluid from spraying on the rig floor. 4. Slowly start the pumps and ensure drilling fluid is flowing out of the dump sub ports. Increase the flow rate until the dump sub ports close, and drilling fluid stops flowing out. Make note of the circulation rate and standpipe pressure.

CAUTION: Do not exceed the maximum recommended flow rate for this test. 5. Lift the drilling motor until the bit box becomes visible. It should be rotating at a slow, constant speed. Listen to the bearing section of the drilling motor for excessive bearing noise, especially if the tool has been used previously without being serviced. Before stopping the pumps, the drilling motor should be lowered below the rotary table. Ensure that drilling fluid flows out of the dump sub ports after shutting down the pumps. It is possible that the dump sub valve remains closed after this test due to a pressure lock. If this occurs, no drilling fluid will flow out of the ports. To remove the pressure lock, bleed off some stand pipe pressure and the valve will open.

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CAUTION: The surface check should be as short as possible; it is merely to ensure that the drilling motor is rotating. 7. After this surface check, the bit should be attached to the motor using a bit-breaker, while holding the bit box stationary with a rotary tong. Be sure to avoid contacting the end cap directly above the bit box with the tong dies.

CAUTION: It is recommended that you never hold the bit box stationary and rotate the drilling motor counter-clockwise, or hold the drilling motor stationary and rotate the bit box clockwise. This could possibly cause the internal drilling motor connections to back off and damage it. Although rotating in the opposite direction will result in drilling fluid to be pushed out the top end, the internal connections will not be at risk of disconnecting. 8. If the drilling motor has been used previously, an overall inspection should be completed. Inspect for seal integrity by cleaning the area above the bit box and visually checking for lubricating oil leakage or seal extrusion. General visual inspection of the entire drilling motor should be carried out to check for missing oil plugs, housing damage, or loose connections. Set the adjustable assembly to the desired bend. The instructions for this procedure can be found in the appendix of this handbook. A copy is also attached to each motor before it is sent out from the service shop. The torque required on the adjustable assembly is also indicated in the motor specifications.

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10. If a float sub is used, it should be placed immediately above the drilling motor.

5.2 TRIPPING IN HOLE


Generally, a drill string with a Computalog Commander drilling motor can be run into the hole like a standard bottom hole assembly. The drilling motor is rugged, but care should be taken to control travel speed while tripping into the hole. The drill string should be tripped with the blocks unlocked and special care must be taken when passing the B.O.P., casing shoe, liner hanger, bridges and nearing bottom. Tight spots should be traversed by starting the pumps and slowly reaming the drilling motor through. When reaming, the drill string should be periodically rotated to prevent sidetracking. When tripping to extreme depths, or when hole temperatures are high, periodic stops are recommended to break circulation. This prevents bit plugging and aids in cooling the drilling motor, preventing high temperature damage. Fluid should not be circulated through a drilling motor inside casing if a PDC or diamond bit is being used, as this may damage the bit cutters. If a dump sub assembly is not used and the pipe is not being filled while tripping in, the back pressure on the power section will cause the rotor to turn in reverse. This could cause internal connections of the drilling motor to unscrew. CAUTION: Stop and break circulation before putting drilling motor on-bottom. Failure to do so could plug jets and / or damage the drilling motor.

5.3 DRILLING
When the assembly has been tripped to the bottom of the hole, Computalog Commander drilling motors should be operated in the following manner: 1. With the bit 1-2 meters (3-6 feet) off bottom, start the pumps and slowly increase the flow rate to that desired for drilling. Do not exceed the maximum rated flow rate for the Computalog Commander drilling motor. Make a note of the flow rate and the total pump pressure. Note that the pressure may exceed the calculated off bottom pressure due to some side load effects between the bit and the hole diameter. After a short cleaning interval, lower the bit carefully to bottom and slowly increase the weight. Note that torque can be affected by a dirty, uncirculated hole and the hole should be adequately cleaned prior to orienting the tool. Fill may be cleaned out of the well bore by slowly rotating the drilling motor or by staging the drilling motor full circle 30 to 45 at a time. This prevents ledge buildup and side tracking.

2.

3.

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4.

Orient the drill string as desired and slowly apply further weight onto the bit. Pump pressure will rise as the weight on bit is increased. Note the change in system pressure between the off bottom and on bottom values. This will be the differential pressure. Try to drill with steady pump pressure by keeping a steady flow rate and constant weight on bit. Adding weight on bit will cause both the differential pressure and torque to increase. Similarly, reducing weight on bit will reduce both the differential pressure and the torque. Therefore, the rig pressure gauge enables the operator to monitor how the drilling motor is performing, as well as a weight on bit indicator.

NOTE:

CAUTION: Applying excessive weight on bit may cause damage to the on-bottom thrust bearings. Similarly, applying excessive tension while stuck may cause damage to the off-bottom thrust bearings. Please refer to the specifications for the recommended maximum loads for these conditions. CAUTION: Do not exceed the maximum recommended differential pressure as listed in the specifications. Failure to do so could result in premature wear or damage to the drilling motor stator. NOTE: Optimum differential pressure can be determined by monitoring motor performance, penetration rate, and drilling requirements. Also, maintaining a constant weight on bit and differential pressure assists in controlling orientation of the drill string.

5.4 REACTIVE TORQUE


A Computalog Commander drilling motor drives the bit with a right-hand (clockwise) rotation. As weight is added to the bit, reactive torque acting on the drilling motor housing is developed. This left-hand (counterclockwise) torque is transferred to the drill string and may cause the joints above the motor to tighten. Reactions of this type increase with larger weight on bit values and reach a maximum when the motor stalls. This reactive torque also affects the orientation of the motor when it is used in directional drilling applications. Therefore, this reactive torque must be taken into account when orienting the drilling motor from the surface in the desired direction.

5.5 DRILLING MOTOR STALL


Stalling usually occurs when the application of excessive weight on bit or hole sloughing stops the bit from rotating and the power section of the drilling motor is not capable of providing enough torque to power through. This is indicated by a sudden sharp increase in pump pressure. This pressure increase is developed because the rotor is no longer able to rotate inside the stator, forming a long seal between the two. If circulation is continued,

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the drilling fluid forces its way through the power section by deflecting the stator rubber. Drilling fluid will still circulate through the motor, but the bit will not turn. Operating in this state will erode and possibly chunk the stator in a very short period of time, resulting in extensive damage. It is very important to avoid this operating condition. When stalling occurs, corrective action must be taken immediately. Any rotary application should be stopped and built up drill string torque released. Then the weight on bit can be reduced allowing the drill bit to come loose and the drilling motor to turn freely. If the pump pressure is still high, the pumps should then be turned off. Once again, failure to do this will result in the stator eroding until the drilling motor is inoperable.

5.6 BIT CONDITIONS


The bit speeds developed when drilling with a drilling motor are normally higher than in conventional rotary drilling. This application tends to accelerate bit wear. When drilling with a drilling motor and simultaneously rotating the drill string, it is important to avoid locking up the bit and over running the drilling motor with the rotary table. A locked bit will impart a sudden torque increase in the drilling motor which can be detected by a sudden, sharp increase in standpipe pressure. If this occurs, disengage the rotary table and reduce the flow rate. Backlash may occur from reactive torque distributed in the drill string as described in the section above. Failure to react in this situation may cause drilling motor damage.

5.7 ROTATING THE DRILLING MOTOR


For directional control, it is sometimes necessary to rotate a drilling motor which has the adjustable assembly set for a deviation angle. It has been found that rotating the drilling motor set at bends greater than 1.83 degrees may fatigue the housings of the drilling motor to a point where a fatigue crack is initiated, and fracture occurs. Therefore Computalog Ltd. has a policy that drilling motors set at 1.83 degrees or less may be rotated downhole with little risk of fatigue. Rotating at an angle greater than 1.83 degrees is not recommended. Although fractures from fatigue due to rotating over 1.83 degrees are a relatively rare occurrence, a risk is still being taken when it is done. The operator of the drilling motor must be aware of this risk. It is also recommended that the speed of rotation not exceed 60 RPM. If this value is exceeded, excessive cyclic loads would occur to the drilling motor housings and possibly cause premature fatigue problems.

5.8 TRIPPING OUT


Prior to tripping out when drilling with conventional mud, it is recommended that the fluid be circulated for at

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least one bottoms-up time to ensure that the well-bore has been cleaned thoroughly. The tripping out procedures for a Computalog Commander drilling motor are basically the same as those for tripping in. Taking care when pulling the drilling motor through tight spots, liner hangers, casing, casing shoes, and the B.O.P. is necessary to minimize possible damage to both the drilling motor and the well head components. Rotating may also be done to assist with the removal of the drill string. The dump sub valve will allow the drill string to be emptied automatically when tripping. Although the drill string will drain when tripping out, the drilling motor itself may not. Once the drilling motor is at surface, rotating the bit box in a counter-clockwise direction will naturally drain the drilling motor through the top. This is recommended before laying down a Computalog Commander drilling motor since aggressive drilling fluids can deteriorate the elastomer stator and seals. Fresh water should also be flushed through to ensure thorough cleaning of the drilling motor. Also, clean the bit box area with clean water and install a thread protector into the box connection. NOTE: Rotating the bit box in a clockwise direction will naturally drain the drilling motor through the bottom, but one of the internal connections may break and unscrew. For this reason, it is not recommended to rotate it in this manner.

5.9 SURFACE CHECKS AFTER RUNNING IN HOLE


Before laying down a Computalog Commander drilling motor, it should be inspected in the event that it is required again before servicing. Listen for indications of internal damage when draining the drilling motor. Inspect the seal area between the bit box and the bearing section for lubricating oil leakage, and check the entire drilling motor for loose or missing pressure plugs. If there are any concerns with the drilling motor, it should be laid down for servicing.

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6.0 DRILLING FLUIDS


The Computalog Commander drilling motor is designed to operate effectively with practically all types of drilling fluids. Successful runs have been achieved with fresh or salt water, with oil based fluids, with additives for viscosity control or lost circulation, and with nitrogen gas. However, some consideration should be taken when selecting a drilling fluid, as elastomer components of the drilling motor are susceptable to premature wear when exposed to certain fluids. Hydrocarbon based drilling fluids can be very harmful to elastomers. A measure of this aggressiveness is called the Aniline Point. The Aniline Point is the temperature at which equal amounts of the hydrocarbon and aniline become miscible. This temperature is an indication of the percent of light ends (aromatics) present in the hydrocarbon. It is recommended that the aniline point of any drilling fluid not be lower than 94.5C (200F). Also, it is strongly recommended that the operating temperature of the fluid be lower than the aniline point. Operating outside these parameters tends to excessively swell elastomers and cause premature wear, thus reducing the performance of the motor. In cases where hydrocarbon based fluids are used it is recommended that stators that account for the elastomer swelling be used. These special order drilling motors may be requested with sufficient notice. For any information regarding availability or delivery, please contact your nearest Computalog Ltd. representative. Drilling fluids with high chloride content can cause significant damage to internal components. When these components become damaged, the drilling motors performance is dramatically reduced. Lost circulation materials can be used safely with Computalog Commander drilling motors but care must be taken to add the material slowly to avoid plugging the system. The percentage of solids should be kept to a minimum. Large amounts of abrasive solids in the drilling fluid will dramatically increase the wear on a stator. It is recommended that the solids content be kept below 5% for an acceptable operational life. Similarly, it is recommended that fine abrasives such as sand be kept lower than 0.5% as they are extremely damaging to the stator elastomer. For the above reasons, it is extremely important to flush the drilling motor with fresh water before laying it down, especially when working with the types of drilling fluids described above. Failure to do so will allow the drilling fluid to further seriously deteriorate components to the drilling motor long after it has been operated.

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7.0 TEMPERATURE LIMITS


The temperature limits of Computalog Commander drilling motors again depend on the effect of different fluids and temperatures on the components made of elastomers. Generally, standard drilling motors are rated for temperatures up to 105C (219F). At temperatures above this, the performance characteristics of elastomers are changed, resulting in reduced life expectancy. When exposed to higher temperatures, the elastomers swell, creating more interference than desired, wearing the parts out prematurely. The strength of the elastomers is also affected. To compensate for these elastomer changes, special materials and special sizes of components are used. This results in drilling motors that are specifically assembled for high temperatures. These special order drilling motors may be operated in temperatures up to 150C (300F) and higher. They may be requested with sufficient notice. For any information regarding availability or delivery, please contact your nearest Computalog Ltd. representative. It should be noted that a Computalog Commander drilling motor manufactured for hot hole conditions will not perform as indicated in these specifications in lower temperatures. The rubber in the stator is specially selected for more clearance at higher temperatures to minimize interference. Therefore, at lower temperatures, the stator elastomer will not seal adequately on the rotor, and fluid bypass will occur. Therefore, it is important that the drilling motor be used in the conditions it is designed for in order to operate as required.

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8.0 TROUBLESHOOTING DOWNHOLE


Careful attention to variations in the fluid pressure can identify many common downhole problems. In many cases, corrective measures may save a costly trip. Below are listed some symptoms that are sometimes experienced when drilling, in conjunction with some of their possible causes when dealing with Computalog Commander drilling motors. Also listed are what measures would be taken to correct the problem and continue drilling. NOTE: At any time that there are problems incurred while drilling, it is strongly suggested that all possible surface problems are identified and corrected before assuming the problem is related to the downhole equipment. This will minimize any trip time for pulling out the down-hole equipment unnecessarily.

8.1 WITH BIT OFF BOTTOM


1. Circulation pressure is lower than calculated. A. Dump Sub Valve Stuck Open - Turn flow rate on and off in an attempt to shut the valve. Use varying flow rates. Also, the drill string can be stroked one stand long to help loosen the valve. If unable to close the dump sub valve, it may be necessary to pull out of hole. B. String Washout - normal drill string washout procedures apply C. Lost Circulation - normal lost circulation procedures apply 2. Circulation pressure is higher than calculated. A. Drilling Motor or Bit Plugged - This usually coincides with little or no circulation. Once all hydraulic systems have been checked and verified, it may be necessary to pull out of hole. B. Excessive bit side loading due to under gauge hole or high adjustable assembly bend angle This usually coincides with full circulation. If the drilling motor is too tight against the wall of the wellbore, the bit may start sidetracking. Corrective measures include drilling a kelly down to reduce side loading or reducing the bend angle on the drilling motor. If sidetracking is a concern, the drilling motor should be run with a lower flow rate to prevent it.

8.2 WITH BIT ON BOTTOM


1. Circulation pressure is lower than calculated. A. Dump Sub Valve Stuck Open - Turn flow rate on and off in an attempt to shut the valve. Use varying flow rates. Also, the drill string can be stroked one stand long to help loosen the valve. If unable to close the dump sub valve, it may be necessary to pull out of hole. B. String Washout - normal drill string washout procedures apply C. Lost Circulation - normal lost circulation procedures apply

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D. Worn or Damaged Stator - with certain drilling fluids, stators may wear prematurely, resulting in noticeable weakening over its usage. As the stator wears, the speed of the drilling motor will be reduced. Therefore, indications of a worn stator will be a drop in the ROP, or an increase in the differential pressure required to produce the same ROP. E. Gas Kick - normal gas kick procedures apply 2. Circulation pressure is higher than calculated. A. Drilling Motor or Bit Plugged - This usually coincides with little or no circulation. Remove the weight on bit, allow the bit to drill off, and then stop the pumps. If the pressure remains high, it is possible that the drilling motor or all the bit jets are plugged. Once all hydraulic systems have been checked and verified, it may be necessary to pull out of hole. B. Excessive bit side loading due to under gauge hole or high adjustable assembly bend angle This usually coincides with full circulation. If the drilling motor is too tight against the wall of the wellbore, the drilling motor may be working too hard and the torque requirement will be greater than the recommended value for the drilling motor size. Corrective measures include reducing weight on bit or reducing the bend angle in the drilling motor. C. Drilling Motor Stalled or Stalling - Usually coincides with pressure increase. Rotary application should be stopped and any built up string torque slowly released. The weight on bit can then be reduced allowing the drill bit to come loose and the drilling motor to turn freely. If the pump pressure is still high, the pumps should be turned off. These steps must be followed in close succession to reduce potential stator damage. D. Mud Rings - occur when cuttings accumulate around tool joints. They cause the string to stick and prevent sliding. Use standard mud treatment procedures. 3. Change or Loss of rate of penetration. A. Drilling Motor Stalled - Usually coincides with pressure increase. Rotary application should be stopped and any built up string torque slowly released. The weight on bit can then be reduced allowing the drill bit to come loose and the drilling motor to turn freely. If the pump pressure is still high, the pumps should be turned off. These steps must be followed in close succession to reduce potential stator damage. B. Worn Stator - Refer to worn stator info under Circulation pressure is lower than calculated above. C. Change of Formation - Adjust the flow rate and weight on bit to optimize drilling performance for the new formation conditions. D. Drill String / Stabilizers Hung Up - Normal corrective procedures apply E. Bit Worn or Balling - Normal bit wear or balling procedures apply.

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9.0 DRILLING MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS


Listed here are the performance specifications of the drilling motor, including minimum and maximum flow rate capacities, and minimum and maximum bit speed at full load differential pressure. (Full load differential pressure is defined as the maximum differential pressure the drilling motor is capable of operating under with acceptable wear rates and life expectancy. Tyically, the full load differential pressure is also affected by the flow rate; the greater the flow rate, the lower the full load differential pressure). Also in the specification is the maximum torque capacity that correlates with the full load differential pressure of the minimum specified flow rate. The maximum power is calculated from the maximum bit speed and the maximum torque for the full load differential pressure for the maximum flow rate specified. The maximum allowable bit pressure drop is given. If this value is exceeded, premature wear may occur to the sealing assembly.

DIMENSIONAL DATA
Typical dimensions including length to bend, over-all length, length to upsets, as well as maximum outer diameters for various padding arrangements. Also included are the wellbore diameters that the drilling motors are recommended for, top and bottom connection specifications and total weight.

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Maximum loads that may be applied to the drilling motor under operating conditions. Pull To Yield Motor is the tensile load required to yield one of the housing connections of the drilling motor. Maximum static and dynamic bit loads are also given.

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


A table is given correlating the adjustable bend setting and common wellbore diameters with an estimated build rate. However, as conditions vary downhole, these estimates may be inaccurate for some wells. Caution should be used when referring to these values as experience with certain formations will allow for a more informed estimate of the expected build rate. Also given in this section is the torque required for the adjustable assembly.

PERFORMANCE CHARTS
Charts for both metric and imperial units are shown to provide operational characteristics over the full range of flow rates and differential pressures for the drilling motor. Each chart Is actually two charts laid over each other. The two components of each chart are described below, as well as instructions in how to read them.

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RPM
The first component of the chart is the RPM line. Across the bottom of the chart is differential pressure (kPa/psi). The differential pressure is the difference between the system pressure when the drilling motor is on-bottom (loaded) and off-bottom (not loaded). On the left side of the chart is the speed (RPM). These are the scales to be used when using the horizontal RPM lines on the chart. The horizontal lines start at the speed axis of the chart and begin to drop off slightly as differential pressure increases. They eventually end somewhere past the full load lines (vertical lines). These RPM lines are usually laid out as three lines, each for a different specified flow rate. The specified flow rates can be seen slightly above the line. The RPM lines are used to determine what the drilling motor RPM is, knowing what the flow rate and differential pressure are. Using the chart in Figure 3 for a 121 mm (4 3/4) Computalog Commander MN 4535 drilling motor, if the flow rate is 660 lpm (175 GPM) and the differential pressure is 2700 kPa (390 psi), the speed of the drilling motor would be approximately 155 RPM. For flow rates different than the ones given on the chart, lines can be interpolated between the lines, then RPM read. The chart shows what happens to the speed of the drilling motor as differential pressure is increased. For the most part, the drop in RPM as differential pressure increases is slight until the full load line is crossed. At that point the RPM drops quickly to zero, which is stall mode. Therefore, it is important to not go beyond the maximum recommended operating differential pressure, or the drilling motor will be operating inefficiently and wear will occur.

TORQUE
The second component of the chart is the torque line. On the right side of the chart is the torque scale (N-m, ft-lbs). The torque line is used with this scale and the differential pressure scale across the bottom. The torque line starts at 0 differential pressure and 0 torque and increases linearly as diferential pressure increases. The same torque line is used for the various flow rates because torque is independent of flow rate. The torque output of the drilling motor can be determined by knowing the differential pressure across the drilling motor. Using the chart in Figure 3, if the differential pressure is 2700 kPa (390 psi), the output torque from the drilling motor is approximately 1450 N-m (1050 ft - lbs).

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FULL LOAD
Also on the charts are full load lines. These lines indicate the maximum recommended operating differential pressures of the drilling motor. If the differential pressure goes beyond these maximum values, the operating life of the stator will be reduced. Excessive pressure drop across the rotor and stator will cause pre-mature pressure wash or chunking, and impair performance. For some designs of drilling motors this maximum recommended operating differential pressure varies with the flow rate. The flow rate each full load line correlates with is written within the line. Flow rates between these values may have their full load lines interpolated. If only a single full load line is on the performance chart, it is used for the full range of flow rates.

Figure 3: Performance Charts for a 121 mm (4 3/4) Computalog Commander MN4535

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Motor Size

Commander

Maximum Flow Rate

Minimum Bit Speed

Maximum Bit Speed

Maximum Torque

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Drilling Motor Specification Summary

(mm)

(inches)

(l/min)

(gpm)

(rpm)

44 60 60 60 73 73 73 73 86 86 86 95 95 95 95

1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

3/4 3/8 3/8 3/8 7/8 7/8 7/8 7/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4

HN1246 HN1270 MN5625 ME5652 HN1252 MN5633 ME5670 LN7825 HN1255 MN4550 LN7830 HN1244 MS5638 MN4535 ME7867

76 190 190 190 265 300 300 265 380 420 420 530 760 600 600

20 50 50 50 70 80 80 70 100 110 110 140 200 160 160

440 400 100 100 150 60 60 65 140 50 25 180 170 90 125

1080 1220 340 325 720 420 400 200 590 310 155 510 400 220 230

34 115 155 380 210 290 680 310 380 760 915 500 790 1060 1930

25 85 115 280 155 205 500 230 280 560 675 360 580 780 1425

34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62

Motor Size

Commander

Maximum Flow Rate


(rpm) 115 400 230 190 265 120 120 70 275 420 225 225 230 115 115 64 66 68 70 72 74 76 78 80 82 84 86 88 90 92 (N-m) 1300 600 1700 2450 4350 1900 3300 3800 3750 1750 3250 3250 5800 4400 4400 (ft-lbs) 960 440 1250 1800 3200 1400 2450 2800 2750 1300 2400 2400 4300 3250 3250

Minimum Bit Speed

Maximum Bit Speed

Maximum Torque

Page #

(mm) 95 121 121 121 121 121 121 121 127 159 159 159 159 159 159

(inches) 3 3/4 4 3/4 4 3/4 4 3/4 4 3/4 4 3/4 4 3/4 4 3/4 5 6 1/4 6 1/4 6 1/4 6 1/4 6 1/4 6 1/4

LN7823 HN1230 MN4535 ME4563 ME5683 LN7822 LE7838 LA7820 ME6760 HN1240 MN4543 MB4543 ME4575 LN7828 LB7828

(l/min) 600 760 950 950 1140 950 950 950 1330 1520 1520 1520 1520 1520 1520

(gpm) 160 200 250 250 300 250 250 250 350 400 400 400 400 400 400

(rpm) 45 170 70 45 60 35 65 22 95 90 65 65 70 30 30

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Motor Size

Commander

Maximum Flow Rate


(rpm) 115 450 260 260 145 155 150 75 380 195 235 200 135 140 85 94 96 98 100 102 104 106 108 110 112 114 116 118 120 122 (N-m) 7600 1900 4600 7100 5200 7800 8900 7200 2300 7200 8400 10000 10400 11500 9500 (ft-lbs) 5600 1400 3400 5250 3850 5750 6550 5300 1700 5300 6200 7400 7650 8500 7000

Minimum Bit Speed

Maximum Bit Speed

Maximum Torque

Page #

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(mm) 159 171 171 171 171 171 171 171 203 203 203 203 203 203 203

(inches) 6 1/4 6 3/4 6 3/4 6 3/4 6 3/4 6 3/4 6 3/4 6 3/4 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

LE7848 HN1240 MN4548 ME4570 LN7830 LE6754 LE7850 LA7820 HN1240 MN4536 ME5650 ME4553 LN7830 LE6740 LA7820

(l/min) 1520 1900 2280 2280 2280 2280 2280 1900 2280 3400 3400 3400 3400 3400 3030

(gpm) 400 500 600 600 600 600 600 500 600 900 900 900 900 900 800

(rpm) 32 150 100 110 60 65 65 25 170 45 115 45 32 30 35

Motor Size

Commander

Maximum Flow Rate


(rpm) 230 170 225 115 130 124 126 128 130 132 (N-m) 9650 9750 13100 13000 17900 (ft-lbs) 7100 7200 9700 9600 13200

Minimum Bit Speed

Maximum Bit Speed

Maximum Torque

Page #

(mm) 244 244 244 244 244

(inches) 9 5/8 9 5/8 9 5/8 9 5/8 9 5/8

MN3445 MN4540 ME3460 LN5630 LE6750

(l/min) 4540 3400 4540 4540 4540

(gpm) 1200 900 1200 1200 1200

(rpm) 95 55 95 50 45

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44 mm / 13/4 Computalog Commander HN1246 1:2 Lobe, 4.6 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Bend (A): Over-all Length (B): Maximum O.D. Slick: Recommended Hole Size Min: Max: Top Box Connection: Bottom Box Connection: Weight:

0.725 m 3.020 m 44.5 mm 48 mm 70 mm AW Rod AW Rod 23 kg

28.5 in 119.0 in 1.75 in 17/8 in 23/4 in AW Rod AW Rod 50 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 16,700 daN 5,100 daN 2,500 daN 37,500 lbf 11,500 lbf 5,500 lbf

Adjustable Torque:

510 N-m

375 ft-lbs

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MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 38 I/min 76 I/min 440 rpm 1080 rpm 34 N-m 3.8 kW 10,300 kPa 1380 kPa 10 gpm 20 gpm 440 rpm 1080 rpm 25 ft-lbs 5.1 hp 1500 psi 200 ps525 psi

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: Motor Pressure Drop d):

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

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Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

60 mm / 23/8 Computalog Commander HN1270 1:2 Lobe, 7.0 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Bend (A): Length to Wear Pad (B): Over-all Length (C): Maximum O.D. Slick: Padded: Recommended Hole Size Min: Max: Top Box Connection: Bottom Box Connection: Weight:

0.915 m 0.940 m 4.040 m 61 mm 67 mm 73 mm 89 mm BW Rod BW Rod 55 kg

36 in 37 in 159 in 2.400 in 2.625 in 27/8 in 31/2 in BW Rod BW Rod 120 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 37,000 daN 13,000 daN 6,400 daN 84,000 lbf 29,000 lbf 14,500 lbf

Adjustable Torque:

1,360 N-m

1,000 ft-lbs

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MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 75 I/min 190 I/min 400 rpm 1220 rpm 115 N-m 15 kW 20 gpm 50 gpm 400 rpm 1220 rpm 85 ft-lbs 20 hp 1500 psi 170 psi 800 psi

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop (No load): 1170 kPa Maximum Recommended PERFORMANCE CHARTS Operating Differential Pressure (Full load): 5520 kPa

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60 mm / 23/8 Computalog Commander MN5625 5:6 Lobe, 2.5 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Bend (A): Length to Wear Pad (B): Over-all Length (C): Maximum O.D. Slick: Padded: Recommended Hole Size Min: Max: Top Box Connection: Bottom Box Connection: Weight:

0.915 m 0.940 m 2.540 m 61 mm 67 mm 73 mm 89 mm BW Rod BW Rod 41 kg

36 in 37 in 100 in 2.400 in 2.625 in 27/8 in 31/2 in BW Rod BW Rod 90 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 37,000 daN 13,000 daN 6,400 daN 84,000 lbf 29,000 lbf 14,500 lbf

Adjustable Torque:

1,360 N-m

1,000 ft-lbs

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MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 75 I/min 190 I/min 100 rpm 340 rpm 155 N-m 4.3 kW 20 gpm 50 gpm 100 rpm 340 rpm 115 ft-lbs 5.8 hp 1500 psi 185 psi 340 psi
250
FULL LOAD

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop (No load): 1280 kPa Maximum Recommended PERFORMANCE CHARTS Operating Differential Pressure (Full load): 2350 kPa
500 450 400 350
190 LPM

225 RPM -- 190 LPM 200 175 RPM -- 133 LPM 150 125
133 LPM

300 250 200

100 75 50 25 0 3500

RPM -- 75 LPM 150 100 50 0 0 500 1000 1500 2000 TORQUE

75 LPM

2500

3000

DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (kPa)

500
FULL LOAD

150 135 RPM -- 50 GPM 120 105


50 GPM

450 400 350 SPEED (RPM) 300 250


35 GPM

RPM -- 35 GPM

90 75 60 45 30

200 RPM -- 20 GPM 150 100 50 0 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 TORQUE

20 GPM

15 0 450

350

400

DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (psi)

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TORQUE (FT-LB)

TORQUE (N-m)

SPEED (RPM)

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60 mm / 23/8 Computalog Commander ME5652 5:6 Lobe, 5.2 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Bend (A): Length to Wear Pad (B): Over-all Length (C): Maximum O.D. Slick: Padded: Recommended Hole Size Min: Max: Top Box Connection: Bottom Box Connection: Weight:

0.915 m 0.940 m 3.785 m 61 mm 67 mm 73 mm 89 mm BW Rod BW Rod 59 kg

36 in 37 in 149 in 2.400 in 2.625 in 27/8 in 31/2 in BW Rod BW Rod 130 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 37,000 daN 13,000 daN 6,400 daN 84,000 lbf 29,000 lbf 14,500 lbf

Adjustable Torque:

1,360 N-m

1,000 ft-lbs

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MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 75 I/min 190 I/min 100 rpm 325 rpm 380 N-m 11.5 kW 10,300 kPa 2350 kPa 20 gpm 50 gpm 100 rpm 325 rpm 280 ft-lbs 15.5 hp 1500 psi 340 psi

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: Motor Pressure Drop :

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

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73 mm / 27/8 Computalog Commander HN1252 1:2 Lobe, 5.2 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Wear Pad (A): Length to Bend (B): Over-all Length (C): Maximum O.D. Slick: Bladed: Recommended Hole Size Min: Max: Top Box Connection: Option: Bottom Box Connection: Option: Weight:

1.090 m 1.140 m 4.550 m 75.0 mm 87.5 mm 86 mm 114 mm 23/8 Reg NW Rod 23/8 Reg NW Rod 68 kg

43 in 45 in 179 in 2.940 in 3.440 in 33/8 in 41/2 in 23/8 Reg NW Rod 23/8 Reg NW Rod 150 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 52,000 daN 15,000 daN 8,000 daN 117,500 lbf 34,500 lbf 18,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting B C D E F G H I J K L M
Adjustable Torque

Bend Angle 0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
89mm 98mm 114mm 4.5in 3.5 in 3.875 in

1 5 8 11 14 17 19 21 23 24 25 25
3,400 N-m

3 6 10 13 15 18 20 21 22 23 23

3 6 9 12 15 17 18 19 20 20

2,500 ft-lbs

42

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 75 I/min 265 I/min 150 rpm 720 rpm 210 N-m 16 kW 20 gpm 70 gpm 150 rpm 720 rpm 155 ft-lbs 21 hp 1500 psi 130 psi 590 psi
300
FULL LOAD

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop (No load): 900 kPa Maximum Recommended PERFORMANCE CHARTS Operating Differential Pressure (Full load): 4070 kPa
1000

800

RPM -- 265 LPM

240

600 RPM -- 170 LPM

180

400

120

RPM -- 75 LPM 200 TORQUE 60

0 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (kPa)

0 5000

1000
FULL LOAD

250

800

RPM -- 70 GPM

200

600 RPM -- 45 GPM

150

400

100

RPM -- 20 GPM 200 TORQUE 0 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (psi) 0 700 50

43

TORQUE (FT-LB)

SPEED (RPM)

TORQUE (N-m)

SPEED (RPM)

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

73 mm / 27/8 Computalog Commander MN5633 5:6 Lobe, 3.3 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Wear Pad (A): Length to Bend (B): Over-all Length (C): Maximum O.D. Slick: Bladed: Recommended Hole Size Min: Max: Top Box Connection: Option: Bottom Box Connection: Option: Weight:

1.090 m 1.140 m 2.970 m 75.0 mm 87.5 mm 86 mm 114 mm 23/8 Reg NW Rod 23/8 Reg NW Rod 68 kg

43 in 45 in 117 in 2.940 in 3.440 in 33/8 in 41/2 in 23/8 Reg NW Rod 23/8 Reg NW Rod 150 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 52,000 daN 15,000 daN 8,000 daN 117,500 lbf 34,500 lbf 18,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting B C D E F G H I J K L M
Adjustable Torque

Bend Angle 0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
89mm 98mm 114mm 4.5in 3.5 in 3.875 in

1 5 12 17 21 25 29 32 34 35 36 36
3,400 N-m

1 4 10 14 18 22 26 29 31 32 33 33

2 4 8 12 16 19 22 25 27 28 28
2,500 ft-lbs

44

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 75 I/min 300 I/min 60 rpm 420 rpm 290 N-m 9.8 kW 20 gpm 80 gpm 60 rpm 420 rpm 205 ft-lbs 13 hp 1500 psi 155 psi 460 psi
440
FULL LOAD

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop (No load): 1070 kPa PERFORMANCE CHARTS Maximum Recommended Operating Differential Pressure (Full load): 3170 kPa
550 500 450
300 LPM

RPM -- 300 LPM

400 360 320 TORQUE (N-m) TORQUE (FT-LB) 280 240 200
188 LPM

400 SPEED (RPM) 350 RPM -- 188 LPM 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 0 500 1000 1500 2000 TORQUE RPM -- 75 LPM

160 120
75 LPM

80 40 0 4500

2500

3000

3500

4000

DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (kPa)

550
FULL LOAD

275 RPM -- 80 GPM 250 225


80 GPM

500 450 400 SPEED (RPM) 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 0

200 175 150 125


50 GPM

RPM -- 50 GPM

100 75
20 GPM

RPM -- 20 GPM

50 25 0 600

TORQUE

50

100

150

200

250

300

350

400

450

500

550

DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (psi)

45

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

73 mm / 27/8 Computalog Commander ME5670 5:6 Lobe, 7.0 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Wear Pad (A): Length to Bend (B): Over-all Length (C): Maximum O.D. Slick: Bladed: Recommended Hole Size Min: Max: Top Box Connection: Option: Bottom Box Connection: Option: Weight:

1.090 m 1.140 m 4.370 m 75.0 mm 87.5 mm 86 mm 114 mm 23/8 Reg NW Rod 23/8 Reg NW Rod 93 kg

43 in 45 in 172 in 2.940 in 3.440 in 33/8 in 41/2 in 23/8 Reg NW Rod 23/8 Reg NW Rod 205 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 52,000 daN 15,000 daN 8,000 daN 117,500 lbf 34,500 lbf 18,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting B C D E F G H I J K L M
Adjustable Torque

Bend Angle 0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
89mm 98mm 114mm 4.5in 3.5 in 3.875 in

1 5 8 11 14 17 19 21 23 24 25 25
3,400 N-m

3 6 10 13 15 18 20 21 22 23 23

3 6 9 12 15 17 18 19 20 20
2,500 ft-lbs

46

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 75 I/min 300 I/min 60 rpm 400 rpm 680 N-m 27 kW 20 gpm 80 gpm 60 rpm 400 rpm 500 ft-lbs 36 hp 1500 psi 155 psi

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop (No load): 1070 PERFORMANCE CHARTS kPa Maximum Recommended Operating Differential Pressure

47

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

73 mm / 27/8 Computalog Commander LN7825 7:8 Lobe, 2.5 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Wear Pad (A): Length to Bend (B): Over-all Length (C): Maximum O.D. Slick: Bladed: Recommended Hole Size Min: Max: Top Box Connection: Option: Bottom Box Connection: Option: Weight:

1.090 m 1.140 m 2.970 m 75.0 mm 87.5 mm 86 mm 114 mm 23/8 Reg NW Rod 23/8 Reg NW Rod 75 kg

43 in 45 in 117 in 2.940 in 3.440 in 33/8 in 41/2 in 23/8 Reg NW Rod 23/8 Reg NW Rod 165 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 52,000 daN 15,000 daN 8,000 daN 117,500 lbf 34,500 lbf 18,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting B C D E F G H I J K L M
Adjustable Torque:

Bend Angle 0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
89mm 98mm 114mm 4.5in 3.5 in 3.875 in

1 5 12 17 21 25 29 32 34 35 36 36
3,400 N-m

1 4 10 14 18 22 26 29 31 32 33 33

2 4 8 12 16 19 22 25 27 28 28
2,500 ft-lbs

48

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 110 I/min 265 I/min 65 rpm 200 rpm 310 N-m 44 kW 30 gpm 70 gpm 65 rpm 200 rpm 230 ft-lbs 59 hp 1500 psi 155 psi

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop (No load): 1070 kPa PERFORMANCE CHARTS Maximum Recommended Operating Differential Pressure

49

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

86 mm / 33/8 Computalog Commander HN1255 1:2 Lobe, 5.5 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to First Wear Pad (A): 1.170 m Length to Bend (B): 1.270 m Length to Second Wear Pad (C):1.420 m Over-all Length (D): 6.430 m Maximum O.D. Slick (23/8 Reg.): 86 mm 95 mm Slick (27/8 Reg.): Bladed: 98 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 108 mm Max: 149 mm Top Box Connection: 23/8 Reg Option: 27/8 Reg Option: 23/8 IF Bottom Box Connection: 27/8 Reg Option: 23/8 Reg Weight: 160 kg

46 50 56 253

in in in in

3.375 in 3.750 in 3.875 in 41/4 in 57/8 in 23/8 Reg 27/8 Reg 23/8 IF 27/8 Reg 23/8 Reg 360 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: Degrees / 30m (100 FT) 72,000 daN 25,000 daN 11,000 daN 162,500 lbf 57,000 lbf 24,500 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Adjustable Setting B C D E F G H I J K L M
Adjustable Torque:

Bend Angle 0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
114mm 121mm 149mm
4.5 in 4.75in 5.875in

1 5 8 11 14 17 19 20 22 22 23
4,100 N-m

3 7 10 13 15 17 19 20 21 21

1 4 7 9 11 13 14 15 15
3,000 ft-lbs

50

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 115 I/min 380 I/min 140 rpm 590 rpm 380 N-m 23 kW 30 gpm 100 gpm 140 rpm 590 rpm 280 ft-lbs 31 hp 1500 psi 130 psi 610 psi
525 RPM -- 380 LPM 600
FULL LOAD

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop (No load): 900 kPa Maximum Recommended PERFORMANCE CHARTS Operating Differential Pressure (Full load): 4200 kPa
700

450

500 RPM -- 248 LPM SPEED (RPM) 400

375 TORQUE (N-m) TORQUE (FT-LB)

300

300 RPM -- 115 LPM 200

225

150

100

TORQUE

75

0 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (kPa)

0 5000

700 RPM -- 100 GPM 600


FULL LOAD

350

300

500 RPM -- 65 GPM SPEED (RPM) 400

250

200

300 RPM -- 30 GPM 200 TORQUE

150

100

100

50

0 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (psi)

0 800

51

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

86 mm / 33/8 Computalog Commander MN4550 4:5 Lobe, 5.0 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to First Wear Pad (A): 1.170 m Length to Bend (B): 1.270 m Length to Second Wear Pad (C):1.420 m Over-all Length (D): 5.080 m Maximum O.D. 86 mm Slick (23/8 Reg): Slick (27/8 Reg): 95 mm Bladed: 98 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 108 mm Max: 149 mm Top Box Connection: 23/8 Reg Option: 27/8 Reg Option: 23/8 IF Bottom Box Connection: 27/8 Reg Option: 23/8 Reg Weight: Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 150 kg 72,000 daN 25,000 daN 11,000 daN

46 50 56 200

in in in in

3.375 in 3.750 in 3.875 in 41/4 in 57/8 in 23/8 Reg 27/8 Reg 23/8 IF 27/8 Reg 23/8 Reg 330 lbs 162,500 lbf 57,000 lbf 24,500 lbf

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting B C D E F G H I J K L M
Adjustable Torque:

Bend Angle 0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
114mm 121mm 4.5 in 4.75in 149mm 5.875in

2 6 11 15 18 21 24 26 27 28 29
4,100 N-m

4 9 13 16 19 22 24 25 26 27

1 5 8 11 14 16 18 18 19

3,000 ft-lbs

52

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 115 I/min 420 I/min 50 rpm 310 rpm 760 N-m 22 kW 30 gpm 110 gpm 50 rpm 310 rpm 560 ft-lbs 30 hp 1500 psi 160 psi 660 psi
1200 RPM -- 420 LPM 350
FULL LOAD

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop (No load): 1100 kPa Maximum Recommended PERFORMANCE CHARTS Operating Differential Pressure (Full load): 4550 kPa
400

1050

RPM -- 268 LPM

200 150 100 RPM -- 115 LPM TORQUE


115 LPM 268 LPM

600 450 300

50 0 0

150 0 6000

1000

2000

3000

4000

5000

DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (kPa)

400 RPM -- 110 GPM 350


FULL LOAD

800 700

110 GPM

300 250

600 500 TORQUE (FT-LB)

SPEED (RPM)

RPM -- 70 GPM

200 150 100 RPM -- 30 GPM TORQUE


30 GPM 70 GPM

400 300 200

50 0 0

100 0 900

100

200

300

400

500

600

700

800

DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (psi)

53

TORQUE (N-m)

SPEED (RPM)

250

420 LPM

300

900 750

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

86 mm / 33/8 Computalog Commander LN7830 7:8 Lobe, 3.0 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to First Wear Pad (A): 1.170 m Length to Bend (B): 1.270 m Length to Second Wear Pad (C):1.420 m Over-all Length (D): 5.080 m Maximum O.D. 3 Slick (2 /8 Reg): 86 mm Slick (27/8 Reg): 95 mm Bladed: 98 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 108 mm Max: 149 mm Top Box Connection: 23/8 Reg Option: 27/8 Reg Option: 23/8 IF Bottom Box Connection: 27/8 Reg Option: 23/8 Reg Weight: 155 kg

46 50 56 200

in in in in

3.375 in 3.750 in 3.875 in 41/4 in 57/8 in 23/8 Reg 27/8 Reg 23/8 IF 27/8 Reg 23/8 Reg 340 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 72,000 daN 25,000 daN 11,000 daN 162,500 lbf 57,000 lbf 24,500 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting B C D E F G H I J K L M
Adjustable Torque:

Bend Angle 0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
114mm 121mm 4.5 in 4.75in 149mm 5.875in

2 6 11 15 18 21 24 26 27 28 29
4,100 N-m

4 9 13 16 19 22 24 25 26 27

1 5 8 11 14 16 18 18 19

3,000 ft-lbs

54

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 115 I/min 420 I/min 25 rpm 155 rpm 915 N-m 11 kW 30 gpm 110 gpm 25 rpm 155 rpm 675 ft-lbs 15 hp 1500 psi 170 psi 420 psi
1200
FULL LOAD

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop (No load): 1170 PERFORMANCE CHARTS kPa Maximum Recommended Operating Differential Pressure (Full load): 2900 kPa
200 180 160 140 SPEED (RPM) 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 TORQUE RPM -- 115 LPM
268 LPM 420 LPM

RPM -- 420 LPM

1080 960 840 720 600 480 360


115 LPM

RPM -- 268 LPM

240 120 0 4000

3000

3500

DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (kPa)

200
FULL LOAD

1000 RPM -- 110 GPM 900 800


110 GPM

180 160 140 SPEED (RPM) 120 100

700 600 500


70 GPM

RPM -- 70 GPM

80 60 40 20 0 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 TORQUE RPM -- 30 GPM

400 300
30 GPM

200 100 0 550

400

450

500

DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (psi)

55

TORQUE (FT-LB)

TORQUE (N-m)

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

95 mm / 33/4 Computalog Commander HN1244 1:2 Lobe, 4.4 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Bend (A): Over-all Length (B): Maximum O.D. Slick: Recommended Hole Size Min: Max: Top Box Connection: Bottom Box Connection: Weight:

1.090 m 6.401 m 97 mm 117 mm 149 mm 27/8 Reg 27/8 Reg 205 kg

43 in 252 in 3.825 in 45/8 in 57/8 in 27/8 Reg 27/8 Reg 450 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 83,600 daN 30,000 daN 9,000 daN 188,000 lbf 67,400 lbf 20,200 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting B C D E F G H I J K L M
Adjustable Torque:

Bend Angle 0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
121mm 4.75in 149mm 5.875in

2 5 9 12 14 17 19 21 22 23 23
5,400 N-m

1 5 7 10 12 13 15 15 16
4,000 ft-lbs

56

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 230 I/min 530 I/min 180 rpm 510 rpm 500 N-m 26 kW 60 gpm 140 gpm 180 rpm 510 rpm 360 ft-lbs 35 hp 1500 psi 90 psi 500 psi
600
FULL LOAD

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop (No load): 620 kPa PERFORMANCE CHARTS Maximum Recommended Operating Differential Pressure (Full load): 3450 kPa
600 RPM -- 530 LPM

500 RPM -- 380 LPM 400 SPEED (RPM)

500

400 TORQUE (N-m)

300 RPM -- 230 LPM 200

300

200

100 TORQUE

100

0 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (kPa)

0 5000

600

RPM -- 140 GPM

600
FULL LOAD

500 RPM -- 100 GPM 400 SPEED (RPM)

500

400 TORQUE (ft-lb)

300 RPM -- 60 GPM 200

300

200

100 TORQUE

100

0 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (psi)

0 700

57

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

95 mm / 33/4 Computalog Commander MS5638 5:6 Lobe, 3.8 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Bend (A): Over-all Length (B): Maximum O.D. Slick: Recommended Hole Size Min: Max: Top Box Connection: Bottom Box Connection: Weight:

1.090 m 4.013 m 97 mm 117 mm 149 mm 27/8 Reg 27/8 Reg 145 kg

43 in 158 in 3.825 in 45/8 in 57/8 in 27/8 Reg 27/8 Reg 320 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: Degrees / 30m (100 FT) 83,600 daN 30,000 daN 9,000 daN 188,000 lbf 67,400 lbf 20,200 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Adjustable Setting B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q
Adjustable Torque:

Bend Angle 0.39 0.78 1.16 1.53 1.89 2.23 2.54 2.83 3.09 3.33 3.53 3.7 3.83 3.92 3.98 4

Wellbore Diameter
121mm 4.75in 149mm 5.875in

1 6 12 17 23 28 33 37 42 46 48 52 54 55 56 56
5,400 N-m

6 12 18 23 28 32 36 39 42 44 45 46 47
4,000 ft-lbs

58

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 380 I/min 760 I/min 170 rpm 400 rpm 790 N-m 27 kW 100 gpm 200 gpm 170 rpm 400 rpm 580 ft-lbs 36 hp 1500 psi 160 psi 450 psi

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop (No load): 1100 kPa Maximum Recommended PERFORMANCE CHARTS Operating Differential Pressure (Full load): 3100 kPa

59

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

95 mm / 33/4 Computalog Commander MN4535 4:5 Lobe, 3.5 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Bend (A): Over-all Length (B): Maximum O.D. Slick: Recommended Hole Size Min: Max: Top Box Connection: Bottom Box Connection: Weight:

1.090 m 5.330 m 97 mm 117 mm 149 mm 27/8 Reg 27/8 Reg 190 kg

43 in 207 in 3.825 in 45/8 in 57/8 in 27/8 Reg 27/8 Reg 420 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 83,600 daN 30,000 daN 9,000 daN 188,000 lbf 67,400 lbf 20,200 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting B C D E F G H I J K L M
Adjustable Torque:

Bend Angle 0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
121mm 4.75in 149mm 5.875in

2 6 10 14 18 21 23 25 27 27 28
5,400 N-m

2 6 9 12 15 16 18 19 19
4,000 ft-lbs

60

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 315 psi Min: Max: Min: Max: 300 I/min 600 I/min 90 rpm 220 rpm 1060 N-m 21 kW 10,300 kPa 80 gpm 160 gpm 90 rpm 220 rpm 780 ft-lbs 28 hp 1500 psi

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

61

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

95 mm / 33/4 Computalog Commander ME7867 7:8 Lobe, 6.7 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Bend (A): Over-all Length (B): Maximum O.D. Slick: Recommended Hole Size Min: Max: Top Box Connection: Bottom Box Connection: Weight:

1.090 m 6.405 m 97 mm 117 mm 149 mm 27/8 Reg 27/8 Reg 240 kg

43 in 252 in 3.825 in 45/8 in 57/8 in 27/8 Reg 27/8 Reg 535 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 83,600 daN 30,000 daN 9,000 daN 188,000 lbf 67,400 lbf 20,200 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting B C D E F G H I J K L M
Adjustable Torque:

Bend Angle 0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter 121mm 149mm 4.75in 5.875in 2 5 9 1 12 5 14 7 17 10 19 12 21 13 22 15 23 15 23 16


5,400 N-m 4,000 ft-lbs

62

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 380 I/min 600 I/min 125 rpm 230 rpm 1930 N-m 41 kW 100 gpm 160 gpm 125 rpm 230 rpm 1425 ft-lbs 55 hp 1500 psi 220 psi 315 psi

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop (No load): 1520 kPa Maximum Recommended PERFORMANCE CHARTS Operating Differential Pressure (Full load): 2170 kPa

63

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

95 mm / 33/4 Computalog Commander LN7823 7:8 Lobe, 2.3 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Bend (A): Over-all Length (B): Maximum O.D. Slick: Recommended Hole Size Min: Max: Top Box Connection: Bottom Box Connection: Weight:

1.090 m 5.330 m 97 mm 117 mm 149 mm 27/8 Reg 27/8 Reg 200 kg

43 in 207 in 3.825 in 45/8 in 57/8 in 27/8 Reg 27/8 Reg 440 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 83,600 daN 30,000 daN 9,000 daN 188,000 lbf 67,400 lbf 20,200 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle 0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter 121mm 149mm 4.75in 5.875in 2 6 10 2 14 6 18 9 21 12 23 15 25 16 27 18 27 19 28 19


5,400 N-m 4,000 ft-lbs

Adjustable Torque:

64

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 300 I/min 600 I/min 45 rpm 115 rpm 1300 N-m 10 kW 80 gpm 160 gpm 45 rpm 115 rpm 960 ft-lbs 14 hp 1500 psi 220 psi 315 psi
1750 RPM -- 600 LPM 120 RPM -- 450 LPM
600 LPM FULL LOAD

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop (No load): 1520 kPa Maximum Recommended PERFORMANCE CHARTS Operating Differential Pressure (Full load): 2170 kPa
140

1500

100 SPEED (RPM)

1250 TORQUE (N-m) TORQUE (ft-lb)

RPM -- 300 LPM 60

450 LPM

80

1000

750
300 LPM

40

500

20

TORQUE

250

0 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (kPa)

0 3000

140 RPM -- 160 GPM 120 RPM -- 120 GPM


160 GPM FULL LOAD

1400

1200

100 SPEED (RPM)

1000

RPM -- 80 GPM 60

120 GPM

80

800

600

40

80 GPM

400

20

TORQUE

200

0 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (psi)

0 450

65

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

121 mm / 43/4 Computalog Commander HN1230 1:2 Lobe, 3.0 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.56 m Length to First Wear Pad (B): 1.68 m Length to Bend (C): 1.76 m Length to Second Wear Pad (D): 1.98 m Over-all Length (E): 6.20 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 127 mm Bladed: 140 mm Padded: 140 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 149 mm Max: 200 mm Top Box Connection: 31/2 Reg Option: 31/2 IF Bottom Box Connection: 31/2 Reg Weight: Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: Degrees / 30m (100 FT) 360 kg 137,000 daN 48,000 daN 17,000 daN

22 66 70 78 244

in in in in in

5.00 in 5.50 in 5.50 in 57/8 in 77/8 in 31/2 Reg 31/2 IF 31/2 Reg 800 lbs 308,500 lbf 107,500 lbf 38,000 lbf

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
152mm 156mm 165mm 200mm 6 in 6.125 in 6.5 in 7.875 in

3 7 11 14 17 20 23 25 26 28 28 29

3 6 10 13 17 20 22 24 26 27 28 28

1 5 9 12 15 18 21 23 24 26 26 27

3 6 10 13 15 17 19 20 21 21

Adjustable Torque:

13,600 N-m

10,000 ft-lbs

66

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 380 I/min 760 I/min 170 rpm 400 rpm 600 N-m 25 kW 100 gpm 200 gpm 170 rpm 400 rpm 440 ft-lbs 34 hp 1500 psi 120 psi 330 psi
800 RPM -- 760 LPM 450 400 350 SPEED (RPM) 300 250 200 150 100 TORQUE 50 0 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (kPa) 80 0 3000 RPM -- 380 LPM RPM -- 570 LPM
FULL LOAD

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop (No load): 830 kPa Maximum Recommended PERFORMANCE CHARTS Operating Differential Pressure (Full load): 2280 kPa
500

720 640 560 480 400 320 240 160 TORQUE (N-m) TORQUE (FT-LB)

500 RPM -- 200 GPM 450 400 350 SPEED (RPM) 300 250 200 150 100 TORQUE 50 0 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (psi) RPM -- 100 GPM RPM -- 150 GPM
FULL LOAD

600 540 480 420 360 300 240 180 120 60 0 450

67

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

121 mm / 43/4 Computalog Commander MN4535 4:5 Lobe, 3.5 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.56 m Length to First Wear Pad (B): 1.68 m Length to Bend (C): 1.76 m Length to Second Wear Pad (D): 1.98 m Over-all Length (E): 5.51 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 127 mm Bladed: 140 mm Padded: 140 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 149 mm Max: 200 mm Top Box Connection: 31/2 IF Option: 31/2 Reg Bottom Box Connection: 31/2 Reg Weight: 340 kg

22 66 70 78 217

in in in in in

5.00 in 5.50 in 5.50 in 57/8 in 77/8 in 31/2 IF 31/2 Reg 31/2 Reg 750 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 137,000 daN 48,000 daN 17,000 daN 308,500 lbf 107,500 lbf 38,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
152mm 156mm 165mm 200mm 6 in 6.125 in 6.5 in 7.875 in

4 8 12 16 20 23 26 28 30 31 32 33

3 7 12 15 19 22 25 28 29 31 32 32

1 6 10 14 17 21 23 26 28 29 30 30

4 7 11 14 17 20 22 23 24 24

Adjustable Torque:

13,600 N-m

10,000 ft-lbs

68

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 380 I/min 950 I/min 70 rpm 230 rpm 1700 N-m 35 kW 100 gpm 250 gpm 70 rpm 230 rpm 1250 ft-lbs 46 hp 1500 psi 185 psi 450 psi
2400 RPM -- 950 LPM 250
950 LPM FULL LOAD

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop (No load): 1280 kPa Maximum Recommended PERFORMANCE CHARTS Operating Differential Pressure (Full load): 3100 kPa
300

2000

200 SPEED (RPM)

150 RPM -- 380 LPM 100


660 LPM

1200

800

50

380 LPM

TORQUE

400

0 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (kPa)

0 4500

300 RPM -- 250 GPM 250


250 GPM FULL LOAD

1800

1500

150 RPM -- 100 GPM 100


175 GPM

900

600

50

100 GPM

TORQUE

300

0 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (psi)

0 700

69

TORQUE (FT-LB)

200 SPEED (RPM)

RPM -- 175 GPM

1200

TORQUE (N-m)

RPM -- 660 LPM

1600

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

121 mm / 43/4 Computalog Commander ME4563 4:5 Lobe, 6.3 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.56 m Length to First Wear Pad (B): 1.68 m Length to Bend (C): 1.76 m Length to Second Wear Pad (D): 1.98 m Over-all Length (E): 7.67 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 127 mm Bladed: 140 mm Padded: 140 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 149 mm Max: 200 mm Top Box Connection: 31/2 IF Option: 31/2 Reg Bottom Box Connection: 31/2 Reg Weight: Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: Degrees / 30m (100 FT) 455 kg 137,000 daN 48,000 daN 17,000 daN

22 66 70 78 302

in in in in in

5.00 in 5.50 in 5.50 in 57/8 in 77/8 in 31/2 IF 31/2 Reg 31/2 Reg 1000 lbs 308,500 lbf 107,500 lbf 38,000 lbf

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
152mm 156mm 165mm 200mm 6 in 6.125 in 6.5 in 7.875 in

2 5 8 10 13 15 16 18 19 20 21 21

1 4 7 10 13 15 16 18 19 20 21 21

3 6 9 11 13 15 17 18 19 20 20

2 5 7 10 12 13 14 15 16 16

Adjustable Torque:

13,600 N-m

10,000 ft-lbs

70

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 380 I/min 950 I/min 45 rpm 190 rpm 2450 N-m 48 kW 100 gpm 250 gpm 45 rpm 190 rpm 1800 ft-lbs 64 hp 1500 psi 185 psi 450 psi

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop (No load): 1280 kPa Maximum Recommended PERFORMANCE CHARTS Operating Differential Pressure (Full load): 3100 kPa

71

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

121 mm / 43/4 Computalog Commander ME5683 5.6 Lobe, 8.3 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.56 m Length to First Wear Pad (B): 1.68 m Length to Bend (C): 1.76 m Length to Second Wear Pad (D): 1.98 m Over-all Length (E): 8.59 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 127 mm Bladed: 140 mm Padded: 140 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 149 mm Max: 200 mm Top Box Connection: 31/2 IF Option: 31/2 Reg Bottom Box Connection: 31/2 Reg Weight: Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: Degrees / 30m (100 FT) 550 kg 137,000 daN 48,000 daN 17,000 daN

22 66 70 78 338

in in in in in

5.00 in 5.50 in 5.50 in 57/8 in 77/8 in 31/2 IF 31/2 Reg 31/2 Reg 1210 lbs 308,500 lbf 107,500 lbf 38,000 lbf

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
152mm 156mm 165mm 200mm 6 in 6.125 in 6.5 in 7.875 in

2 5 7 10 12 14 16 17 18 19 20 20

2 4 7 9 12 14 15 17 18 19 20 20

1 3 6 8 11 13 14 16 17 18 19 19

3 5 7 9 11 13 14 15 15 15

Adjustable Torque:

13,600 N-m

10,000 ft-lbs

72

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 380 I/min 1140 I/min 60 rpm 265 rpm 4350 N-m 111 kW 100 gpm 300 gpm 60 rpm 265 rpm 3200 ft-lbs 149 hp 1500 psi 185 psi 450 psi

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop (No load): 1280 kPa Maximum Recommended PERFORMANCE CHARTS Operating Differential Pressure (Full load): 3100 kPa

73

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

121 mm / 43/4 Computalog Commander LN7822 7:8 Lobe, 2.2 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.56 m Length to First Wear Pad (B): 1.68 m Length to Bend (C): 1.76 m Length to Second Wear Pad (D): 1.98 m Over-all Length (E): 5.51 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 127 mm Bladed: 140 mm Padded: 140 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 149 mm Max: 200 mm Top Box Connection: 31/2 IF Option: 31/2 Reg Bottom Box Connection: 31/2 Reg Weight: 350 kg

22 66 70 78 217

in in in in in

5.00 in 5.50 in 5.50 in 57/8 in 77/8 in 31/2 IF 31/2 Reg 31/2 Reg 765 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 137,000 daN 48,000 daN 17,000 daN 308,500 lbf 107,500 lbf 38,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
152mm 156mm 165mm 200mm 6 in 6.125 in 6.5 in 7.875 in

4 8 12 16 20 23 26 28 30 31 32 33

3 7 12 15 19 22 25 28 29 31 32 32

1 6 10 14 17 21 23 26 28 29 30 30

4 7 11 14 17 20 22 23 24 24

Adjustable Torque:

13,600 N-m

10,000 ft-lbs

74

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: Min: Max: Min: Max: 380 I/min 950 I/min 35 rpm 120 rpm 1900 N-m 17 kW 10,300 kPa 100 gpm 250 gpm 35 rpm 120 rpm 1400 ft-lbs 23 hp 1500 psi

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

160
FULL LOAD

3200 RPM -- 950 LPM 2800

140

80 60 40 TORQUE
380 LPM

1600 RPM -- 380 LPM


660 LPM

1200 800

20 0 0

400 0 3000

500

1000

1500

2000

2500

DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (kPa)

160
FULL LOAD

2000 RPM -- 250 GPM 1750

140

SPEED (RPM)

100

1250

80 60 40 TORQUE
100 GPM

1000 RPM -- 100 GPM


175 GPM

750 500

20 0 0

250 0 450

50

100

150

200

250

300

350

400

DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (psi)

75

TORQUE (FT-LB)

RPM -- 175 GPM

250 GPM

120

1500

TORQUE (N-m)

SPEED (RPM)

100

RPM -- 660 LPM

950 LPM

120

2400 2000

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

121 mm / 43/4 Computalog Commander LE7838 7:8 Lobe, 3.8 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.56 m Length to First Wear Pad (B): 1.68 m Length to Bend (C): 1.76 m Length to Second Wear Pad (D): 1.98 m Over-all Length (E): 7.32 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 127 mm Bladed: 140 mm Padded: 140 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 149 mm Max: 200 mm Top Box Connection: 31/2 IF Option: 31/2 Reg Bottom Box Connection: 31/2 Reg Weight: Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 465 kg 137,000 daN 48,000 daN 17,000 daN

22 66 70 78 288

in in in in in

5.00 in 5.50 in 5.50 in 57/8 in 77/8 in 31/2 IF 31/2 Reg 31/2 Reg 1030 lbs 308,500 lbf 107,500 lbf 38,000 lbf

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
152mm 156mm 165mm 200mm 6 in 6.125 in 6.5 in 7.875 in

2 5 8 11 14 16 18 20 21 22 23 23

2 5 8 11 13 16 18 20 21 22 22 23

1 4 7 10 12 15 17 19 20 21 21 22

3 6 9 11 13 15 16 17 18 18

Adjustable Torque:

13,600 N-m

10,000 ft-lbs

76

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 570 I/min 950 I/min 65 rpm 120 rpm 3300 N-m 33 kW 150 gpm 250 gpm 65 rpm 120 rpm 2450 ft-lbs 45 hp 1500 psi 270 psi 780 psi

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop (No load): 1860 kPa Maximum Recommended PERFORMANCE CHARTS Operating Differential Pressure (Full load): 5380 kPa

77

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

121 mm / 43/4 Computalog Commander LA7820 7:8 Lobe, 2.0 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.56 m Length to First Wear Pad (B): 1.68 m Length to Bend (C): 1.76 m Length to Second Wear Pad (D): 1.98 m Over-all Length (E): 7.14 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 127 mm Bladed: 140 mm Padded: 140 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 149 mm Max: 200 mm Top Box Connection: 31/2 IF Option: 31/2 Reg Bottom Box Connection: 31/2 Reg Weight: 430 kg

22 66 70 78 281

in in in in in

5.00 in 5.50 in 5.50 in 57/8 in 77/8 in 31/2 IF 31/2 Reg 31/2 Reg 950 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 137,000 daN 48,000 daN 17,000 daN 308,500 lbf 107,500 lbf 38,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
152mm 156mm 165mm 200mm 6 in 6.125 in 6.5 in 7.875 in

2 5 8 11 14 16 18 20 21 22 23 23

2 5 8 11 13 16 18 20 21 22 22 23

1 4 7 10 12 15 17 19 20 21 21 22

3 6 9 11 13 15 16 17 18 18

Adjustable Torque:

13,600 N-m

10,000 ft-lbs

78

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: Min: Max: Min: Max: 380 I/min 950 I/min 22 rpm 70 rpm 3800 N-m 17 kW 10,300 kPa 100 gpm 250 gpm 22 rpm 70 rpm 2800 ft-lbs 23 hp 1500 psi

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

79

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

127 mm / 5 Computalog Commander ME6760 6:7 Lobe, 6.0 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.56 m Length to Wear Pad (B): 1.68 m Length to Bend (C): 1.76 m Length to Second Wear Pad:(D) 1.98 m Over-all Length (E): 7.26 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 127 mm Bladed: 140 mm Padded: 140 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 149 mm Max: 200 mm Top Box Connection: 31/2 IF Option: 31/2 Reg Bottom Box Connection: Weight: 31/2 Reg 465 kg

22 66 70 78 286

in in in in in

5.00 in 5.50 in 5.50 in 57/8 in 77/8 in 31/2 IF 31/2 Reg 31/2 Reg 1025 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: Degrees / 30m (100 FT) 137,000 daN 48,000 daN 17,000 daN 308,500 lbf 107,500 lbf 38,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
152mm 156mm 165mm 200mm 6 in 6.125 in 6.5 in 7.875 in

2 5 8 11 14 16 18 20 21 22 23 23

2 5 8 11 13 16 18 20 21 22 22 23

1 4 7 10 12 15 17 19 20 21 21 22

3 6 9 11 13 15 16 17 18 18

Adjustable Torque:

13,600 N-m

10,000 ft-lbs

80

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 570 I/min 1330 I/min 95 rpm 275 rpm 3750 N-m 90 kW 10,300 kPa 1000 kPa 150 gpm 350 gpm 95 rpm 275 rpm 2750 ft-lbs 120 hp 1500 psi 145 psi

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: Motor Pressure Drop (No load):

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

81

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

159 mm / 61/4 Computalog Commander HN1240 1:2 Lobe, 4.0 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): Length to Wear Pad (B): Length to Bend (C): Over-all Length (D): Maximum O.D. Slick: Bladed: Recommended Hole Size Min: Max: Top Box Connection: Option: Option: Bottom Box Connection: Weight:

0.64 2.21 2.34 7.49

m m m m

25 87 92 295

in in in in

166 mm 178 mm 200 mm 251 mm 41/2 XH 41/2 Reg 41/2 IF 41/2 Reg 905 kg

6.530 in 7.000 in 77/8 in 97/8 in 41/2 XH 41/2 Reg 41/2 IF 41/2 Reg 2000 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 265,000 daN 180,000 daN 70,000 daN 600,000 lbf 405,000 lbf 158,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
200mm 216mm 222mm 251mm 7.875 in 8.5 in 8.75 in 9.875 in

1 4 6 8 11 12 14 16 17 18 18 18

2 5 7 9 11 13 14 15 16 17 17

2 4 7 9 11 12 14 15 16 16 16

2 4 7 8 10 12 13 14 14 14

Adjustable Torque:

3 27,200 N-m 2 13,600 N-m

20,000 ft-lbs 10,000 ft-lbs

82

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: Min: Max: Min: Max: 380 I/min 1520 I/min 90 rpm 420 rpm 1750 N-m 78 kW 10,300 kPa 100 gpm 400 gpm 90 rpm 420 rpm 1300 ft-lbs 104 hp 1500 psi

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

83

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

159 mm / 61/4 Computalog Commander MN4543 4:5 Lobe, 4.3 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): Length to First Wear Pad(B): Length to Bend (C): Over-all Length (D): Maximum O.D. Slick: Bladed: Recommended Hole Size Min: Max: Top Box Connection: Option: Option: Bottom Box Connection: Weight:

0.64 2.21 2.34 6.58

m m m m

25 87 92 259

in in in in

166 mm 178 mm 200 mm 251 mm 41/2 XH 41/2 Reg 41/2 IF 41/2 Reg 770 kg

6.530 in 7.000 in 77/8 in 97/8 in 41/2 XH 41/2 Reg 41/2 IF 41/2 Reg 1700 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 265,000 daN 180,000 daN 70,000 daN 600,000 lbf 405,000 lbf 158,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
200mm 216mm 222mm 251mm 7.875 in 8.5 in 8.75 in 9.875 in

2 4 7 9 12 14 16 17 18 19 20 20

3 6 8 10 12 14 16 17 18 18 18

3 5 8 10 12 14 15 16 17 18 18

3 5 7 9 11 13 14 15 15 16

Adjustable Torque:

27,200 N-m

20,000 ft-lbs

84

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 560 I/min 1520 I/min 65 rpm 225 rpm 3250 N-m 70 kW 150 gpm 400 gpm 65 rpm 225 rpm 2400 ft-lbs 94 hp 1500 psi 195 psi 560 psi
4500 RPM -- 1520 LPM 250
1520 LPM FULL LOAD

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop (No load): 1350 kPa Maximum Recommended PERFORMANCE CHARTS Operating Differential Pressure (Full load): 3850 kPa
300

3750

200 SPEED (RPM)

150
1040 LPM

2250

100

RPM -- 560 LPM

1500

50

560 LPM

TORQUE

750

0 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (kPa)

0 5000

300 RPM -- 400 GPM 250


400 GPM FULL LOAD

3600

3000

150
275 GPM

1800

100

RPM -- 150 GPM

1200

50

150 GPM

TORQUE

600

0 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (psi)

0 800

85

TORQUE (FT-LB)

200 SPEED (RPM)

RPM -- 275 GPM

2400

TORQUE (N-m)

RPM -- 1040 LPM

3000

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

159 mm / 61/4 Computalog Commander MB4543 7:8 Lobe, 2.8 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.74 m Length to First Wear Pad: 1.02 m Length to Bend (B): 1.12 m Length to Second Wear Pad (C): 1.32 m Over-all Length (D): 7.04 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 175 mm Bladed: 187 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 200 mm Max: 251 mm Top Box Connection: 41/2 XH Option: 41/2 Reg Option: 41/2 IF Bottom Box Connection: 41/2 Reg Weight: Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: Degrees / 30m (100 FT) 800 kg 265,000 daN 90,000 daN 35,000 daN

29 40 44 52 277

in in in in in

6.875 in 7.375 in 77/8 in 97/8 in 41/2 XH 41/2 Reg 41/2 IF 41/2 Reg 1770 lbs 600,000 lbf 202,000 lbf 79,000 lbf

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
200mm 216mm 222mm 251mm 7.875 in 8.5 in 8.75 in 9.875 in

2 4 7 9 12 14 16 17 18 19 20 20

3 6 8 10 12 14 16 17 18 18 18

3 5 8 10 12 14 15 16 17 18 18

3 5 7 9 11 13 14 15 15 16

Adjustable Torque:

27,200 N-m

20,000 ft-lbs

86

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 560 I/min 1520 I/min 65 rpm 225 rpm 3250 N-m 70 kW 150 gpm 400 gpm 65 rpm 225 rpm 2400 ft-lbs 94 hp 1500 psi

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop a410 psi

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

87

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

159 mm / 61/4 Computalog Commander ME4575 4:5 Lobe, 7.5 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.64 m Length to First Wear Pad(B): 1.98 in Length to Bend (C): 2.16 m Length to Second Wear Pad (D): 2.36 m Over-all Length (E): 8.28 m Maximum O.D. Padded: 178 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 200 mm Max: 251 mm Top Box Connection: 41/2 XH Option: 41/2 Reg Option: 41/2 IF Bottom Box Connection: 41/2 Reg Weight: 1040 kg

25 78 85 93 326

in in in in in

7.000 in 77/8 in 97/8 in 41/2 XH 41/2 Reg 41/2 IF 41/2 Reg 2300 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 215,000 daN 180,000 daN 70,000 daN 480,000 lbf 405,000 lbf 158,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
200mm 216mm 222mm 251mm 7.875 in 8.5 in 8.75 in 9.875 in

3 5 7 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 16

2 4 6 8 9 11 12 13 14 14 14

1 4 6 7 9 11 12 12 13 14 14

1 3 6 7 8 10 11 12 12 12

Adjustable Torque:

27,200 N-m

20,000 ft-lbs

88

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 560 I/min 1520 I/min 70 rpm 230 rpm 5800 N-m 133 kW 150 gpm 400 gpm 70 rpm 230 rpm 4300 ft-lbs 178 hp 1500 psi

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop a410 psi

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

89

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

159 mm / 61/4 Computalog Commander LN7828 7:8 Lobe, 2.8 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.64 m Length to First Wear Pad (B): 1.98 m Length to Bend (C): 2.16 m Length to Second Wear Pad(D): 2.36m Over-all Length (E): 6.27 m Maximum O.D. Padded: 178 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 200 mm Max: 251 mm Top Box Connection: 41/2 x H Option: 41/2 Reg Option: 41/2 IF Bottom Box Connection: 41/2 Reg Weight: 900kg

25 78 85 93 247

in in in in in

7,000 in 77/8 in 97/8 in 41/2 x H 41/2 Reg 41/2 IF 41/2 Reg 1975 lbs 480,000 lbf 405,000 lbf 158,000 lbf

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 215,000 daN 180,000 daN 70,000 daN

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
200mm 216mm 222mm 251mm 7.875 in 8.5 in 8.75 in 9.875 in

1 4 7 10 12 14 16 18 18 19 20 20

3 6 8 11 13 15 16 17 18 18 18

2 5 7 10 12 14 16 17 18 18 18

2 5 7 9 12 13 14 15 16 16

Adjustable Torque:

27,200 N-m

20,000 ft-lbs

90

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates: Bit Speed: Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: Min: Max: Min: Max: 560 l/min. 1520 l/min. 30 rpm 115 rpm 4400 N-m 42 kW 10,300 kPa 150gpm 400 gpm 30 rpm 115 rpm 3250 ft-lbs 57 hp 1500 psi

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

91

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

159 mm / 61/4 Computalog Commander LB7828 7:8 Lobe, 2.8 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.74 m Length to First Wear Pad: 1.02 m Length to Bend (B): 1.12 m Length to Second Wear Pad (C): 1.32 m Over-all Length (D): 7.04 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 175 mm Bladed: 187 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 200 mm Max: 251 mm Top Box Connection: 41/2 XH Option: 41/2 Reg Option: 41/2 IF Bottom Box Connection: 41/2 Reg Weight: 830 kg

29 40 44 52 277

in in in in in

6.875 in 7.375 in 77/8 in 97/8 in 41/2 XH 41/2 Reg 41/2 IF 41/2 Reg 1830 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 265,000 daN 90,000 daN 35,000 daN 600,000 lbf 202,000 lbf 79,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
200mm 216mm 222mm 251mm 7.875 in 8.5 in 8.75 in 9.875 in

2 4 7 9 12 14 16 17 18 19 20 20

3 6 8 10 12 14 16 17 18 18 18

3 5 8 10 12 14 15 16 17 18 18

3 5 7 9 11 13 14 15 15 16

Adjustable Torque:

27,200 N-m

20,000 ft-lbs

92

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 560 I/min 1520 I/min 30 rpm 115 rpm 4400 N-m 42 kW 150 gpm 400 gpm 30 rpm 115 rpm 3250 ft-lbs 57 hp 1500 psi 250 psi 620 psi

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop (No load): 1700 kPa Maximum Recommended PERFORMANCE CHARTS Operating Differential Pressure (Full load): 4300 kPa

93

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

159 mm / 61/4 Computalog Commander LE7848 7:8 Lobe, 4.8 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A) 0.64 m Length to First Wear Pad(B): 1.98 m Length to Bend (C): 2.16 m Length to Second Wear Pad (D): 2.36 m Over-all Length (E): 8.28 m Maximum O.D. Padded: 178 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 200 mm Max: 251 mm Top Box Connection: 41/2 XH Option: 41/2 Reg Option: 41/2 IF Bottom Box Connection: 41/2 Reg Weight: 1065 kg

25 78 85 93 326

in in in in in

7.000 in 77/8 in 97/8 in 41/2 XH 41/2 Reg 41/2 IF 41/2 Reg 2350 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 215,000 daN 180,000 daN 70,000 daN 480,000 lbf 405,000 lbf 158,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
200mm 216mm 222mm 251mm 7.875 in 8.5 in 8.75 in 9.875 in

3 5 7 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 16

2 4 6 8 9 11 12 13 14 14 14

1 4 6 7 9 11 12 12 13 14 14

1 3 6 7 8 10 11 12 12 12

Adjustable Torque:

27,200 N-m

20,000 ft-lbs

94

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Maximum Torque: Maximum Power Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: Min: Max: Min: Max: 560 I/min 1520 I/min 32 rpm 115 rpm 7600 N-m 79 kW 10,300 kPa 150 gpm 400 gpm 32 rpm 115 rpm 5600 ft lbs 106 hp 1500 psi

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

95

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

171 mm / 63/4 Computalog Commander HN1240 1:2 Lobe, 4.0 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): Length to Wear Pad (B): Length to Bend (C): Over-all Length (D): Maximum O.D. Slick: Bladed: Recommended Hole Size Min: Max: Top Box Connection: Option: Option: Bottom Box Connection: Weight:

0.64 2.21 2.34 7.72

m m m m

25 87 92 320

in in in in

172 mm 178 mm 213 mm 270 mm 41/2 XH 41/2 Reg 41/2 IF 41/2 Reg 1050 kg

6.750 in 7.000 in 83/8 in 105/8 in 41/2 XH 41/2 Reg 41/2 IF 41/2 Reg 2300 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 215,000 daN 180,000 daN 70,000 daN 480,000 lbf 405,000 lbf 158,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle 0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
216mm 8.5 in 222mm 8.75 in 251mm 9.875 in

1 4 6 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 15
3 27,200 N-m 2 13,600 N-m

1 3 5 7 9 11 12 13 14 14 14

1 3 5 7 8 10 11 12 12 12
20,000 ft-lbs 10,000 ft-lbs

Adjustable Torque:

96

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 760 I/min 1900 I/min 150 rpm 450 rpm 1900 N-m 89 kW 200 gpm 500 gpm 150 rpm 450 rpm 1400 ft-lbs 120 hp 1500 psi 270 psi

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop (No load): 1850 kPa Maximum Recommended PERFORMANCE CHARTS

Operating Differential Pressure (Full load): 2950 kPa

430 psi

97

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

171 mm / 63/4 Computalog Commander MN4548 4:5 Lobe, 4.8 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.64 m Length to First Wear Pad(B): 1.98 m Length to Bend (C): 2.16 m Length to Second Wear Pad (D): 2.36 m Over-all Length (E): 6.68 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 175 mm Padded: 192 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 213 mm Max: 270 mm Top Box Connection: 41/2 XH Option: 41/2 Reg Option: 41/2 IF Bottom Box Connection: 41/2 Reg Weight: Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: Degrees / 30m (100FT) 930 kg 285,000 daN 180,000 daN 70,000 daN

25 78 85 93 271

in in in in in

6.875 in 7.560 in 83/8 in 105/8 in 41/2 XH 41/2 Reg 41/2 IF 41/2 Reg 2050 lbs 645,000 lbf 405,000 lbf 158,000 lbf

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M
Adjustable torque:

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
216mm 8.5 in 222mm 8.75 in 251mm 9.875 in

1 4 6 9 11 13 15 16 17 18 18 19
34,000 N-m

1 3 6 8 10 12 14 15 17 17 18 18

1 3 6 8 10 11 13 14 15 15 16
25,000 ft-lbs

98

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 1140 I/min 2280 I/min 100 rpm 260 rpm 4600 N-m 111 kW 300 gpm 600 gpm 100 rpm 260 rpm 3400 ft-lbs 149 hp 1500 psi

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop 2950 kPa 430 psi

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

99

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

171 mm / 63/4 Computalog Commander ME4570 4:5 Lobe, 7.0 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.64 m Length to First Wear Pad (B): 1.98 m Length to Second Wear Pad (C): 2.16 m Length to Bend (D): 2.36 m Over-all Length (E): 8.45 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 175 mm Padded: 192 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 213 mm Max: 270 mm Top Box Connection: 41/2 XH Option: 41/2 Reg Option: 41/2 IF Bottom Box Connection: 41/2 Reg Weight: 1135 kg

25 78 85 93 333

in in in in in

6.875 in 7.560 in 83/8 in 105/8 in 41/2 XH 41/2 Reg 41/2 IF 41/2 Reg 2500 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: Degrees / 30m (100 FT) 285,000 daN 180,000 daN 70,000 daN 645,000 lbf 405,000 lbf 158,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M
Adjustable Torque:

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
216mm 8.5 in 222mm 8.75 in 251mm 9.875 in

3 5 7 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 16
34,000 N-m

2 5 6 8 10 12 13 14 15 15 15

2 5 6 8 10 11 12 12 13 13
25,000 ft-lbs

100

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 1140 I/min 2280 I/min 110 rpm 260 rpm 7100 N-m 179 kW 300 gpm 600 gpm 110 rpm 260 rpm 5250 ft-lbs 240 hp 1500 psi

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop 3100 kPa 450 psi

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

101

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

171 mm / 63/4 Computalog Commander LN7830 7:8 Lobe, 3.0 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.64 m Length to First Wear Pad (B): 1.98 m Length to Bend (C): 2.16 m Length to Second Wear Pad (D): 2.36 m Over-all Length (E): 6.27 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 175 mm Padded: 192 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 213 mm Max: 270 mm Top Box Connection: 41/2 XH Option: 41/2 Reg Option: 41/2 IF Bottom Box Connection: 41/2 Reg Weight: 930 kg

25 78 85 93 247

in in in in in

6.875 in 7.560 in 83/8 in 105/8 in 41/2 XH 41/2 Reg 41/2 IF 41/2 Reg 2050 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 285,000 daN 180,000 daN 70,000 daN 645,000 lbf 405,000 lbf 158,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
216mm 8.5 in 222mm 8.75 in 251mm 9.875 in

2 4 7 10 12 14 16 18 19 20 20 21
34,000 N-m

1 4 7 9 11 14 15 17 18 19 20 20

1 4 6 9 11 13 14 16 16 17 17
25,000 ft-lbs

Adjustable Torque:

102

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 1140 I/min 2280 I/min 60 rpm 145 rpm 5200 N-m 62 kW 10,300 kPa 2930 kPa 300 gpm 600 gpm 60 rpm 145 rpm 3850 ft-lbs 83 hp 1500 psi 425 psi

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: Motor Pressure Drop :

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

103

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

171 mm / 63/4 Computalog Commander LE6754 6:7 Lobe, 5.4 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.64 m Length to First Wear Pad (B): 1.98 m Length to Bend (C): 2.16 m Length to Second Wear Pad (D): 2.36 m Over-all Length (E): 8.18 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 175 mm Padded: 192 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 213 mm Max: 270 mm Top Box Connection: 41/2 XH Option: 41/2 Reg Option: 41/2 IF Bottom Box Connection: 41/2 Reg Weight: Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: Degrees / 30m (100 FT) 1130 kg 285,000 daN 180,000 daN 70,000 daN

25 78 85 93 322

in in in in in

6.875 in 7.560 in 83/8 in 10 5/8 in 41/2 XH 41/2 Reg 41/2 IF 41/2 Reg 2500 lbs 645,000 lbf 405,000 lbf 158,000 lbf

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M
Adjustable Torque:

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
216mm 8.5 in 222mm 8.75 in 251mm 9.875 in

3 5 7 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 16
34,000 N-m

2 5 6 8 10 12 13 14 15 15 15

2 5 6 8 10 11 12 12 13 13
25,000 ft-lbs

104

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 1140 I/min 2280 I/min 65 rpm 155 rpm 7800 N-m 108 kW 300 gpm 600 gpm 65 rpm 155 rpm 5750 ft-lbs 145 hp 1500 psi 155 psi 470 psi

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Drop (No load): 1050 kPa Maximum Recommended PERFORMANCE CHARTS Operating Differential Pressure (Full load): 3250 kPa

105

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

171 mm / 63/4 Computalog Commander LE7850 7:8 Lobe, 5.0 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.64 m Length to First Wear Pad (B): 1.98 m Length to Bend (C): 2.16 m Length to Second Wear Pad (D): 2.36 m Over-all Length (E): 8.04 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 175 mm Padded: 192 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 213 mm Max: 270 mm Top Box Connection: 41/2 XH Option: 41/2 Reg Option: 41/2 IF Bottom Box Connection: 41/2 Reg Weight: 1160 kg

25 78 85 93 317

in in in in in

6.875 in 7.560 in 83/8 in 105/8 in 41/2 XH 41/2 Reg 41/2 IF 41/2 Reg 2550 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: Degrees / 30m (100 FT) 285,000 daN 180,000 daN 70,000 daN 645,000 lbf 405,000 lbf 158,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
216mm 8.5 in 222mm 8.75 in 251mm 9.875 in

3 5 7 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 16
34,000 N-m

2 5 6 8 10 12 13 14 15 15 15

2 5 6 8 10 11 12 12 13 13
25,000 ft-lbs

Adjustable Torque:

106

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 1140 I/min 2280 I/min 65 rpm 150 rpm 8900 N-m 121 kW 10,300 kPa 2930 kPa 300 gpm 600 gpm 65 rpm 150 rpm 6550 ft-lbs 162 hp 1500 psi 425 psi

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: Motor Pressure Drop d):

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

107

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

171 mm / 63/4 Computalog Commander LA7820 7:8 Lobe, 2.0 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.64 m Length to First Wear Pad (B): 1.98 m Length to Bend (C): 2.16 m Length to Second Wear Pad (D): 2.36 m Over-all Length (E): 7.00 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 175 mm Padded: 192 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 213 mm Max: 270 mm Top Box Connection: 41/2 XH Option: 41/2 Reg Option: 41/2 IF Bottom Box Connection: 41/2 Reg Weight: 1000 kg

25 78 85 93 276

in in in in in

6.875 in 7.560 in 8 3/8 in 105/8 in 41/2 XH 41/2 Reg 41/2 IF 41/2 Reg 2200 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 285,000 daN 180,000 daN 70,000 daN 645,000 lbf 405,000 lbf 158,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
216mm 8.5 in 222mm 8.75 in 251mm 9.875 in

1 4 6 9 11 13 15 16 17 18 18 19
34,000 N-m

1 3 6 8 10 12 14 15 17 17 18 18

1 3 6 8 10 11 13 14 15 15 16
25,000 ft-lbs

Adjustable Torque:

108

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: Min: Max: Min: Max: 760 I/min 1900 I/min 25 rpm 75 rpm 7200 N-m 40 kW 10,300 kPa 200 gpm 500 gpm 25 rpm 75 rpm 5300 ft-lbs 54 hp 1500 psi

Motor Pressure Dr50 kPa125 psi Maximum Recommendg

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

109

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

203mm / 8 Computalog Commander HN1240 1:2 Lobe, 4.0 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.64 m Length to First Wear Pad (B): 2.21 m Length to Bend (C): 2.36 m Length to Second Wear Pad(D): 2.67 m Over-all Length (E): 8.25 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 205 mm Padded: 235 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 245 mm Max: 310 mm Top Box Connection: 65/8 Reg Bottom Box Connection: 65/8 Reg Weight: 1450 kg

25 87 93 105 325

in in in in in

8.060 in 9.250 in 95/8 in 121/4 in 65/8 Reg 65/8 Reg 3200 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 330,000 daN 156,000 daN 55,000 daN 740,000 lbf 350,000 lbf 124,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
251mm 9.875 in 270mm 10.625 in 311mm 12.25 in

2 4 6 8 10 11 13 14 15 16 16 16
54,400 N-m

1 3 5 7 9 10 12 13 14 15 15 15

2 4 6 7 9 10 11 12 12 12
40,000 ft-lbs

Adjustable Torque:

110

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 1140 I/min 2280 I/min 170 rpm 380 rpm 2300 N-m 92 kW 300 gpm 600 gpm 170 rpm 380 rpm 1700 ft-lbs 123 hp 1500 psi 3600 kPa

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa Motor Pressure Dr50 kPa125 psi Maximum Recommended Operating Differential PressureFull load 520 psi

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

111

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

203mm / 8 Computalog Commander MN4536 4:5 Lobe, 3.6 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.64 m Length to First Wear Pad (B): 2.21 m Length to Bend (C): 2.36 m Length to Second Wear Pad (D): 2.67 m Over-all Length (E): 7.67 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 205 mm Padded: 235 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 245 mm Max: 310 mm Top Box Connection: 65/8 Reg Bottom Box Connection: 65/8 Reg Weight: 1500 kg

25 87 93 105 302

in in in in in

8.060 in 9.250 in 95/8 in 121/4 in 65/8 Reg 65/8 Reg 3300 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 330,000 daN 156,000 daN 55,000 daN 740,000 lbf 350,000 lbf 124,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
251mm 9.875 in 270mm 10.625 in 311mm 12.25 in

2 4 7 9 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 18
54,400 N-m

1 3 5 7 9 11 13 14 15 16 16 16

2 4 6 8 10 11 12 13 13 13
40,000 ft-lbs

Adjustable Torque:

112

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 1140 I/min 3400 I/min 45 rpm 195 rpm 7200 N-m 119 kW 300 gpm 900 gpm 45 rpm 195 rpm 5300 ft-lbs 160 hp

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa 1500 psi Pressure Dr50 kPa125 psi Maximum Recommended Operating Differential PressureFull load 3600 kPa 520 psi

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

113

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

203mm / 8 Computalog Commander ME5650 5:6 Lobe, 5.0 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.64 m Length to First Wear Pad (B): 2.21 m Length to Bend (C): 2.36 m Length to Second Wear Pad (D): 2.67 m Over-all Length (E): 7.87 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 205 mm Padded: 235 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 245 mm Max: 310 mm Top Box Connection: 65/8 Reg Bottom Box Connection: 65/8 Reg Weight: 1520 kg

25 87 93 105 310

in in in in in

8.060 in 9.250 in 95/8 in 121/4 in 65/8 Reg 65/8 Reg 3350 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 330,000 daN 234,000 daN 82,500 daN 740,000 lbf 525,000 lbf 186,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
251mm 9.875 in 270mm 10.625 in 311mm 12.25 in

2 4 7 9 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 18
54,400 N-m

1 3 5 7 9 11 13 14 15 16 16 16

2 4 6 8 10 11 12 13 13 13
40,000 ft-lbs

Adjustable Torque:

114

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 1890 I/min 3400 I/min 115 rpm 235 rpm 8400 N-m 189 kW 500 gpm 900 gpm 115 rpm 235 rpm 6200 ft-lbs 253 hp

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa 1500 psiPr essure Dr50 kPa125 psi Maximum Recommended Operating Differential PressureFull load 3600 kPa 520 psi

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

115

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

203mm / 8 Computalog Commander ME4553 4:5 Lobe, 5.3 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.64 m Length to First Wear Pad (B): 2.21 m Length to Bend (C): 2.36 m Length to Second Wear Pad (D): 2.67 m Over-all Length (E): 9.40 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 205 mm Padded: 235 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 245 mm Max: 310 mm Top Box Connection: 65/8 Reg Bottom Box Connection: 65/8 Reg Weight: 1810 kg

25 87 93 105 370

in in in in in

8.060 in 9.250 in 95/8 in 121/4 in 65/8 Reg 65/8 Reg 4000 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 330,000 daN 234,000 daN 82,500 daN 740,000 lbf 525,000 lbf 186,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
251mm 9.875 in 270 mm 10.625 in 311mm 12.25 in

2 4 6 7 9 10 12 13 14 14 15 15
54,400 N-m

1 3 5 6 8 9 11 12 13 13 14 14

2 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 11 12
40,000 ft-lbs

Adjustable Torque:

116

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 1140 I/min 3400 I/min 45 rpm 200 rpm 10,000 N-m 185 kW 300 gpm 900 gpm 45 rpm 200 rpm 7400 ft-lbs 248 hp

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa 1500 psi Pressure Dr50 kPa125 psi Maximum Recommended Operating Differential PressureFull load 3600 kPa 520 psi

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

117

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

203mm / 8 Computalog Commander LN 7830 7:8 Lobe, 3.0 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.64 m Length to First Wear Pad (B): 2.21 m Length to Bend (C): 2.36 m Length to Second Wear Pad (D): 2.67 m Over-all Length (E): 7.67 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 205 mm Padded: 235 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 245 mm Max: 310 mm Top Box Connection: 65/8 Reg Bottom Box Connection: 65/8 Reg Weight: 1560 kg

25 87 93 105 302

in in in in in

8.060 in 9.250 in 95/8 in 121/4 in 65/8 Reg 65/8 Reg 3450 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 330,000 daN 234,000 daN 82,500 daN 740,000 lbf 525,000 lbf 186,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
251mm 9.875 in 270 mm 10.625 in 311mm 12.25 in

2 4 7 9 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 18
54,400 N-m

1 3 5 7 9 11 13 14 15 16 16 16

2 4 6 8 10 11 12 13 13 13
40,000 ft-lbs

Adjustable Torque:

118

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 1140 I/min 3400 I/min 32 rpm 135 rpm 10,400 N-m 98 kW 300 gpm 900 gpm 32 rpm 135 rpm 7650 ft-lbs 131 hp

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa 1500 psi Pressure Dr50 kPa125 psi Maximum Recommended Operating Differential PressureFull load 3600 kPa 520 psi

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

119

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

203mm / 8 Computalog Commander LE6740 6:7 Lobe, 4.0 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.64 m Length to First Wear Pad (B): 2.21 m Length to Bend (C): 2.36 m Length to Second Wear Pad (D): 2.67 m Over-all Length (E): 8.84 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 205 mm Padded: 235 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 245 mm Max: 310 mm Top Box Connection: 65/8 Reg Bottom Box Connection: 65/8 Reg Weight: 1655 kg

25 87 93 105 348

in in in in in

8.060 in 9.250 in 95/8 in 121/4 in 65/8 Reg 65/8 Reg 3650 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 330,000 daN 234,000 daN 82,500 daN 740,000 lbf 525,000 lbf 186,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
251mm 9.875 in 270 mm 10.625 in 311mm 12.25 in

2 4 6 8 10 11 13 14 15 15 16 16
54,400 N-m

1 3 5 7 9 10 11 13 14 14 15 15

1 2 4 6 7 9 10 11 12 12 12
40,000 ft-lbs

Adjustable Torque:

120

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 1140 I/min 3400 I/min 30 rpm 140 rpm 11,500 N-m 133 kW 300 gpm 900 gpm 30 rpm 140 rpm 8500 ft-lbs 179 hp

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa 1500 psi Pressure Dr50 kPa125 psi Maximum Recommended Operating Differential PressureFull load 3600 kPa 520 psi

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

121

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

203mm / 8 Computalog Commander LA7820 6:7 Lobe, 4.0 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): 0.64 m Length to First Wear Pad (B): 2.21 m Length to Bend (C): 2.36 m Length to Second Wear Pad (D): 2.67 m Over-all Length (E): 7.87 m Maximum O.D. Slick: 205 mm Padded: 235 mm Recommended Hole Size Min: 245 mm Max: 310 mm Top Box Connection: 65/8 Reg Bottom Box Connection: 65/8 Reg Weight: 1540 kg

25 in 87 in 93 in 105 in 310 in 8.060 in 9.250 in 95/8 in 121/4in 65/8 Reg 65/8 Reg 3400 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 330,000 daN 234,000 daN 82,500 daN 740,000 lbf 525,000 lbf 186,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
251mm 9.875 in 270mm 10.625 in 311mm 12.25 in

2 4 7 9 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 18
54,400 N-m

1 3 5 7 9 11 13 14 15 16 16 16

2 4 6 8 10 11 12 13 13 13
40,000 ft-lbs

Adjustable Torque:

122

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 1510 I/min 3030 I/min 35 rpm 85 rpm 9500 N-m 51 kW 400 gpm 800 gpm 35 rpm 85 rpm 7000 ft-lbs 68 hp

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa 1500 psi Pressure Dr50 kPa125 psi Maximum Recommended Operating Differential PressureFull load 3600 kPa 520 psi

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

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244mm / 95/8 Computalog Commander MN3445 3:4 Lobe, 4.5 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): Length to First Wear Pad (B): Length to Bend (C): Over-all Length (D): Maximum O.D. Bladed: Recommended Hole Size Min: Max: Top Box Connection: Bottom Box Connection: Option: Weight:

0.87 2.28 2.46 8.38

m m m m

34 90 97 330

in in in in

273 mm 311 mm 445 mm 75/8 Reg 75/8 Reg 65/8 Reg 2060 kg

10.750 in 121/4 in 171/2 in 75/8 Reg 75/8 Reg 65/8 Reg 4550 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 556,000 daN 360,000 daN 125,000 daN 1,250,000 lbf 809,000 lbf 281,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
311mm 12.25 in 375mm 14.75 in 445mm 17.5 in

1 3 5 7 9 11 12 14 15 15 16 16
81,400 N-m

1 3 5 6 8 9 10 11 11 12

2 3 4 5 6 7 7
60,000 ft-lbs

Adjustable Torque:

124

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 2270 I/min 4540 I/min 95 rpm 230 rpm 9650 N-m 211 kW 600 gpm 1200 gpm 95 rpm 230 rpm 7100 ft-lbs 283 hp

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa 1500 psi P ressure Dr50 kPa125 psi Maximum Recommended Operating Differential PressureFull load 3600 kPa 520 psi

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

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244mm / 95/8 Computalog Commander MN4540 4:5 Lobe, 4.0 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): Length to Wear Pad (B): Length to Bend (C): Over-all Length (D): Maximum O.D. Bladed: Recommended Hole Size Min: Max: Top Box Connection: Bottom Box Connection: Option: Weight:

0.87 2.28 2.46 7.77

m m m m

34 90 97 306

in in in in

273 mm 311 mm 445 mm 75/8 Reg 75/8 Reg 65/8 Reg 1970 kg

10.750 in 121/4in 171/2 in 75/8 Reg 75/8 Reg 65/8 Reg 4350 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 556,000 daN 360,000 daN 125,000 daN 1,250,000 lbf 809,000 lbf 281,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
311mm 12.25 in 375mm 14.75 in 445mm 17.5 in

1 3 5 7 9 11 12 14 15 15 16 16
81,400 N-m

1 3 5 6 8 9 10 11 11 12

2 3 4 5 6 7 7
60,000 ft-lbs

Adjustable Torque:

126

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 1140 I/min 3400 I/min 55 rpm 170 rpm 9750 N-m 174 kW 300 gpm 900 gpm 55 rpm 170 rpm 7200 ft-lbs 233 hp

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa 1500 psiPr essure Dr50 kPa125 psi Maximum Recommended Operating Differential PressureFull load 3600 kPa 520 psi

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

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244mm / 95/8 Computalog Commander ME3460 3:4 Lobe, 6.0 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): Length to Wear Pad (B): Length to Bend (C): Over-all Length (D): Maximum O.D. Bladed: Recommended Hole Size Min: Max: Top Box Connection: Bottom Box Connection : Option: Weight:

0.87 2.28 2.46 9.65

m m m m

34 90 97 380

in in in in

273 mm 311 mm 445 mm 75/8 Reg 75/8 Reg 65/8 Reg 2400 kg

10.750 in 121/4 in 171/2 in 75/8 Reg 75/8 Reg 65/8 Reg 5300 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 556,000 daN 360,000 daN 125,000 daN 1,250,000 lbf 809,000 lbf 281,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
311mm 12.25 in 375mm 14.75 in 445mm 17.5 in

1 2 4 6 7 9 10 11 12 12 13 13
81,400 N-m

1 3 4 6 7 8 9 9 10 10

1 2 3 4 5 6 6
60,000 ft-lbs

Adjustable Torque:

128

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 2270 I/min 4540 I/min 95 rpm 225 rpm 13,100 N-m 291 kW 600 gpm 1200 gpm 95 rpm 225 rpm 9700 ft-lbs 390 hp

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa 1500 psire ssure Dr50 kPa125 psi Maximum Recommended Operating Differential PressureFull load 3600 kPa 520 psi

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

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244mm / 95/8 Computalog Commander LN5630 5:6 Lobe, 3.0 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): Length to Wear Pad (B): Length to Bend (C): Over-all Length (D): Maximum O.D. Bladed: Recommended Hole Size Min: Max: Top Box Connection: Bottom Box Connection: Option: Weight:

0.87 2.28 2.46 8.38

m m m m

34 90 97 330

in in in in

273 mm 311 mm 445 mm 75/8 Reg 75/8 Reg 65/8 Reg 2150 kg

10.750 in 121/4 in 171/2 in 75/8 Reg 75/8 Reg 65/8 Reg 4750 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 556,000 daN 360,000 daN 125,000 daN 1,250,000 lbf 809,000 lbf 281,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
311mm 12.25 in 375mm 14.75 in 445mm 17.5 in

1 3 5 7 9 11 12 14 15 15 16 16
81,400 N-m

1 3 5 6 8 9 10 11 11 12

2 3 4 5 6 7 7
60,000 ft-lbs

Adjustable Torque:

130

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 2270 I/min 4540 I/min 50 rpm 115 rpm 13,000 N-m 130 kW 600 gpm 1200 gpm 50 rpm 115 rpm 9600 ft-lbs 175 hp

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa 1500 psire ssure Dr50 kPa125 psi Maximum Recommended Operating Differential PressureFull load 3600 kPa 520 psi

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

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244mm / 95/8 Computalog Commander LE6750 6:7 Lobe, 5.0 Stage


DIMENSIONAL DATA

Length to Kick Pad (A): Length to Wear Pad (B): Length to Bend (C): Over-all Length (D): Maximum O.D. Bladed: Recommended Hole Size Min: Max: Top Box Connection: Bottom Box Connection: Option: Weight:

0.87 m 2.28 m 2.46 m 9.14 m 273 mm 311 mm 445 mm 75/8 Reg 75/8 Reg 65/8 Reg 2320 kg

34 in 90 in 97 in 360 in 10.750 in 121/4 in 171/2 in 75/8 Reg 75/8 Reg 65/8 Reg 5100 lbs

ULTIMATE LOAD FACTORS


Pull to Yield Motor: Max. Static Bit Load: Max. Dynamic Bit Load: 556,000 daN 360,000 daN 125,000 daN 1,250,000 lbf 809,000 lbf 281,000 lbf

ESTIMATED BUILD RATES


Degrees / 30m (100 FT)

Adjustable Setting
B C D E F G H I J K L M

Bend Angle
0.39 0.78 1.15 1.5 1.83 2.12 2.38 2.6 2.77 2.9 2.97 3

Wellbore Diameter
311mm 12.25 in 375mm 14.75 in 445mm 17.5 in

1 2 4 6 8 10 11 12 13 13 14 14
81,400 N-m

1 3 5 7 8 9 10 10 11 11

1 2 3 5 6 7 7
60,000 ft-lbs

Adjustable Torque:

132

MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Flow Rates Bit Speed Min: Max: Min: Max: 2270 I/min 4540 I/min 45 rpm 130 rpm 17,900 N-m 222 kW 600 gpm 1200 gpm 45 rpm 130 rpm 13,200 ft-lbs 297 hp

Maximum Torque: Maximum Power: Max. Allowable Bit Pressure Drop: 10,300 kPa 1500 psi Pressure Dr50 kPa125 psi Maximum Recommended Operating Differential PressureFull load 3600 kPa 520 psi

PERFORMANCE CHARTS

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Appendix #1 Motor Make-up Torques METRIC


Drilling Motor Size (mm) Commander Screw-on Stabilizer / Thread Protector (N-m) Adjustable Adjustable Kick Pad (N-m) Assembly (N-m) Stator Connections (N-m)

44 60 73 86 95 121 127 159

All All All All All All All NH1240 All Others NH 1240 All Others All All

13,600 13,600 27,200 27,200 27,200 27,200 27,200 27,200

13,600 13,600 27,200 27,200 27,200 27,200

171

203 244

510 1,360 3,400 4,100 5,400 13,600 13,600 3 27,200 2 13,600 27,200 3 27,200 2 13,600 34,000 54,400 81,400

510 1,360 3,400 4,100 5,400 13,600 16,300 21,700 21,700 34,000 34,000 48,800 81,400

IMPERIAL
Drilling Motor Size (inches) Commander Screw-on Stabilizer / Thread Protector (ft-lbs) Adjustable Adjustable Kick Pad (ft-lbs) Assembly (ft-lbs) Stator Connections (ft-lbs)

1 3/4 2 3/8 2 7/8 3 3/8 3 3/4 4 3/4 5 6 1/4

All All All All All All All NH1240 All Others NH 1240 All Others All All

10,000 10,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000

10,000 10,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000

6 3/4

8 9 5/8

375 1,000 2,500 3,000 4,000 10,000 10,000 3 20,000 2 10,000 20,000 3 20,000 2 10,000 25,000 40,000 60,000

375 1,000 2,500 3,000 4,000 10,000 12,000 16,000 16,000 25,000 25,000 36,000 60,000

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Appendix #2 Adjustable Instructions 3 Adjustable


S
POWER SECTION POWER SECTION POWER SECTION

TONGS AREAS
LOCKED IN STRAIGHT POSITION ADJUSTING POSITION LOCKED IN BENT POSITION

0.500 (MAX)

BEARING ASSEMBLY

BEARING ASSEMBLY

BEARING ASSEMBLY

FIGURE 2.1: 3 Adjustable Setting

ADJUSTABLE BENT SUB

TONGS AREAS

ADJUSTABLE RING

DO NOT USE TONGS ON ADJUSTABLE RING

BENT MANDREL ADAPTOR/ PISTON HOUSING

FIGURE 2.2: 3 Adjustable Detail

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SETTING THE ADJUSTABLE HOUSING
1. Break tool below adjustable ring by placing rig floor tongs at adjustable bent sub and bent mandrel adaptor / piston housing. * NOW USE CHAIN TONGS ONLY. Hold tool with chain tongs at adjustable ring and back off bent mandrel adaptor / piston housing with chain tongs, until box face is 1/2 below adjustable ring face. (see Figures 2.1 and 2.2) * Ensure pins in adjustable ring are engaged until box face clears shoulder. Slide adjustable ring down until it bottoms on bent mandrels shoulder. Use punch if necessary. Hold tool at adjustable bent sub with chain tongs and adjust by using chain tongs on adjustable ring. Increase angle by rotating clockwise looking down from top of tool. Decrease angle by rotating counter-clockwise. Desired angle is achieved by aligning the same letter from both sides. (ie. if a 1.15 degree adjustable setting is desired D on bent sub and D on adjustable ring must be exactly aligned before the adjustable ring is reengaged.) Slide adjustable ring up until pins are engaged fully with adjustable bent sub. * Ensure adjustable ring face and adjustable bent sub face are in contact before proceeding. Dope bent mandrel adaptor / piston housing box face. Hold tool with chain tongs on adjustable ring & turn bent mandrel adaptor to adjustable ring. Set tool in slips. Torque connection to the value specified in Appendix 1, by placing rig floor tongs at adjustable bent sub and bent mandrel adaptor / piston housing. If using adjustable kick pad, the pad must be oriented to low side of bend. This can be done by breaking thread protector sleeve from bearing housing. The adjustable kick pad can then be slid down, oriented as desired and re-engaged. The thread protector sleeve is then torqued to the value as specified in Appendix 1.

2.

3. 4.

5.

6. 7. 8.

9.

ADJUSTABLE SETTINGS
STAMPED LETTERS
A B C D E F G

BEND ANGLE
0 0.392 0.776 1.148 1.500 1.826 2.121

STAMPED LETTERS
H I J K L M

BEND ANGLE
2.380 2.598 2.772 2.898 2.974 3.000

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Appendix #3 Adjustable Instructions 2 Adjustable

FIGURE 3.1: 2 Adjustable Setting

FIGURE 3.2: 2 Adjustable Detail

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SETTING THE ADJUSTABLE HOUSING
1. 2. Break tool below adjustable ring by placing rig floor tongs at retaining nut & adjustable bent mandrel. Slide adjustable ring down, until locking lugs are unlocked from bent sub lugs. Use punch if necessary (see Figures 3.1 and 3.2). Turn motor or bearing assembly until desired degree of bend is reached by having numbers matching one another. Screw retaining nut to engage lugs at chosen adjustment and torque as specified in Appendix 1. Aligned numbers on the bent housing indicate both angles setting and scribe line location (high side).

3.

4. 5.

ADJUSTABLE SETTINGS

STAMPED NUMBER 0 0.25 0.50 0.75 1.00 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00

ACTUAL BEND ANGLE 0 0.390 0.765 1.111 1.414 1.663 1.848 1.962 2.000

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Appendix #4 Hydraulics Formulae


NOMENCLATURE

TFA
di dr

Total Flow Area of Pump (mm2 or in2) Diameter of Pump Liner (mm or in) Diameter of Duplex Pump Rod (mm or in) Flow or Circulation Rate (m3/min or gpm)

Q VE SPM L An
dj

Volumetric Efficiency of Pumps Generally: 90% - Duplex 95% - Triplex SPM Strokes Per Minute of Pump Stroke Length of Piston (mm or in) Total Area of Bit Jets (mm2 or in2) Diameter of each Bit Jet (mm or in) Nozzle Velocity (m/sec or ft/sec) Pressure Loss at Bit (kPa or psi) Mud Weight (kg/m3 or lb/gal) Area of Nozzle in Restrictor Block (mm2 or in2)

Vn Pbit MW Ar PTotal Pmotor

Total Pressure Loss (kPa or psi) Estimated Pressure Loss of Drilling Motor (kPa or psi)

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NOMENCLATURE (CONTINUED)

PHS
d

Hydrostatic Pressure (kPa or psi) Depth (m or ft) Hydraulic Horsepower at Bit (kW or hp) Mechanical Horsepower from Drilling Motor (kW or hp)

HHP MHP T n TCP SPP P KB

Torque Output of Drilling Motor (Nm or ftlbs) Output RPM of Drilling Motor Total Circulating Pressure (kPa or psi) Stand Pipe Pressure (kPa or psi) Total Pressure Losses (kPa or psi) Buoyancy Factor

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Appendix #4 Continued Hydraulics Formulae


CALCULATIONS - METRIC
a) Duplex Pump, TFA TFA (di dr )
= 22

2
b) Triplex Pump,

TFA
4

TFA= di2 x 3
c)

d)

Q Q= TFA x VE x SPM x L 109 Total Nozzle Area, An An= (dj 2 + dj 2 + dj 2 + )


Flow Rate,
1 2 3

4
e)

f)

Vn Vn= Q x 106 60 x An Bit Pressure Loss, Pbit Pbit= Q2 x MW x 106 An2 x 6.496
Nozzle Velocity,

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CALCULATIONS - METRIC (CONTINUED)
g) Restrictor Block Pressure Loss,

Prestr. Prestr.= Q2 x MW x 106 Ar2 x 6.496 PTotal PTotal = Pbit x Prestr. x Pmotor PHS PHS= d x MW x 0.00981
Hydrostatic Pressure, Hydraulic Horsepower,

h) Total Pressure Loss,

i)

j)

HHP

k)

l)

HHP= Q x Pbit 60 Mechanical Horsepower, MHP MHP= T x n 9545 Total Circulating Pressure, TCP TCP= PHS + SPP PTotal KB KB= 7850 MW 7850

m) Buoyancy Factor,

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Appendix #4 Continued Hydraulics Formulae


CALCULATIONS - IMPERIAL
a) Duplex Pump, TFA TFA= (di2 - dr2)

2
b) Triplex Pump,

TFA
4

TFA= di2 x 3
c)

d)

Q Q= TFA x VE x SPM x L 231 Total Nozzle Area, An An= (dj 2 + dj 2 + dj 2 + )


Flow Rate,
1 2 3

4
e)

f)

Vn Vn= 0.3208 x Q An Bit Pressure Loss, Pbit Pbit= Q2 x MW An2 x 10858


Nozzle Velocity,

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CALCULATIONS - IMPERIAL (CONTINUED)
g) Restrictor Block Pressure Loss,

Prestr. Prestr.= Q2 x MW Ar2 x 10858 PTotal PTotal = Pbit x Prestr. x Pmotor PHS PHS= d x MW x 0.052
Hydrostatic Pressure, Hydraulic Horsepower,

h) Total Pressure Loss,

i)

j)

HHP

k)

l)

HHP= Q x Pbit 1714 Mechanical Horsepower, MHP MHP= T x n 5250 Total Circulating Pressure, TCP TCP= PHS + SPP PTotal KB KB= 65.5 MW 65.5

m) Buoyancy Factor,

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Appendix #5 Rotor By-Pass Nozzle Instructions


CALCULATIONS - METRIC
All Computalog Commander M and L selections of drilling motors 95 mm (3-3/4) and larger have rotors that have a bore cut through the center to facilitate fluid flow rates greater than the capacity of the power section. By using a nozzle on this bore, partial fluid flow can pass between the rotor and stator, up to the maximum allowable capacity, with the additional fluid flow going through the rotor. At start-up, as fluid flow rate is increased, all fluid will pass through the rotor. The friction between the rotor and stator will prevent it from rotating. EventuaIIy the pressure drop across the rotor nozzle will be greater than

FIGURE 5.1: Drilling Motor Assembly

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CALCULATIONS - METRIC
the pressure drop required to overcome the frictional losses between the rotor and the stator, and the drilling motor will start to rotate. If the correct nozzle has been selected, once the full flow rate is achieved and the required pressure differential is achieved, the drilling motor should have a portion of the flow approximately equal to its maximum specified capacity passing between the rotor and the stator. The remaining portion of the flow will pass through the rotor. For equilibrium, during all operations, the pressure drop across the rotor and stator wiII be equal to the pressure drop across the rotor nozzle. Therefore, the drilling motor will operate in the following way. Once full flow rate is achieved, and no weight has been applied to the bit, excessive fluid flow will pass between the rotor and stator. Once weight is applied on the bit, the differential on the rotor and stator will be at the value that the nozzle was sized for, splitting the flow as desired. Therefore, extra precautions should be observed when working with Computalog Commander drilling motors using rotor-by-pass. Extra care should be taken when not having weight on bit and the length of time this occurs must be minimized. Failing to do so will cause premature wear and damage to the stator from excessive flow. In order to size a nozzle for a specific situation, three factors are required: 1. Total Required Flow Rate, Qr : This is the total flow rate of the drilling fluid as required for proper drilling operation Required Motor Pressure Drop, Pm : The estimated pressure drop (differential pressure) of the drilling motor when down-hole Mud Weight, MW: Once these factors are known, the required nozzle size can be selected in the following way. First, the flow rate that is to pass through the rotor nozzle Qn is calculated. To determine this value subtract the maximum flow rate capacity of the size and series Computalog Commander drilling motor to be used from the total required flow rate Qr. The nozzle area required for this operation can then be calculated using the following formula:

2.

3.

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An =

An =

Qn2 x MW x 106 Pm x 6.496 Qn2 x MW Pm x 10858

(Metric)

(Imperial)

The size of nozzle required can then be determined by looking at the enclosed table for nozzle sizes in Appendix 12. The design of the nozzle assemblies vary for the different sizes of drilling motors, so instructions for installing each one are described seperately below. 95 mm - 171 mm (3-3/4 - 6-3/4) Computalog Commander Drilling Motors (see Figure 5.1 and 5.2) 1 Using the rig tongs, break the top-most connection of the drilling motor, as indicated in Figure 5.1. Unscrew the dump sub assembly and set it aside. Using a screwdriver, remove the spiral wound retaining ring from inside the exposed top end of the rotor.

2.

3 . Break the blank Smith bit nozzle from the rotor by using the appropriate Smith bit nozzle wrench and unscrew the blank nozzle from the rotor (see Table 5.1 for nozzle specifications). Ensure the o-ring is in good condition and still in the groove beyond the thread in the rotor. 4. Insert the new nozzle and torque as specified with the appropriate Smith bit nozzle wrench.

FIGURE 5.2

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CALCULATIONS - METRIC
5. 6. Re-install the spiral wound retaining ring into the groove in the rotor. Ensure it is securely installed. Screw the dump sub body back into the stator and torque to the value indicated in Appendix 1. 203 mm - 244 mm (8 - 9-5/8) Computalog Commander Drilling Motors (see Figure 5.1 and 5.3) 1. Using the rig tongs, break the top-most connection of the drilling motor, as illustrated in Figure 5.1. Unscrew the dump sub assembly and set it aside. Break the blank Smith bit nozzle from the rotor using the appropriate Smith bit nozzle wrench, and unscrew from the rotor (see Table 5.1 for nozzle specifications). Insert the new nozzle and torque as specified with the appropriate Smith bit nozzIe wrench. Screw the dump sub body back into the stator and torque to the value indicated in Appendix 1. Size (in) 3-3/4 4-3/4 6-1/4 6-3/4 8 9-5/8 Nozzle Type Smith Series Smith Series Smith Series Smith Series Smith Series Smith Series Torque (N-m) (ft-lbs) 200 150 270 200 270 200 270 200 200 150 270 200

2.

3. 4.

Motor (mm) 95 121 159 171 203 244

85 95 95 95 85 95

TABLE 5.1

FIGURE 5.3

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Appendix #6 Build Rate Reference Data


(Metric)

Build Rate (deg/30m) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

Build Radius (m) 1718.9 859.4 573.0 429.7 343.8 286.5 245.6 214.9 191.0 171.9 156.3 143.2 132.2 122.8 114.6 107.4 101.1 95.5 90.5 85.9 81.9 78.1 74.7 71.6 68.8 66.1 63.7 61.4 59.3 57.3 43.0 34.4 28.6 24.6 21.5 19.1 17.2

Arc Length for 90 deg (m) 2700.0 1350.0 900.0 675.0 540.0 450.0 385.7 337.5 300.0 270.0 245.5 225.0 207.7 192.9 180.0 168.8 158.8 150.0 142.1 135.0 128.6 122.7 117.4 112.5 108.0 103.8 100.0 96.4 93.1 90.0 67.5 54.0 45.0 38.6 33.8 30.0 27.0

Bending Stress Factor


(Kpa/mm of OD)

60 120 180 240 301 361 421 481 541 601 661 721 782 842 902 962 1,022 1,082 1,142 1,202 1,263 1,323 1,383 1,443 1,503 1,563 1,623 1,683 1,744 1,804 2,405 3,006 3,607 4,209 4,810 5,411 6,012

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Appendix #6 Continued Build Rate Reference Data


(Imperial)

Build Rate (deg/100 ft) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

Build Radius (ft) 5639.7 2819.7 1880.0 1409.8 1128.0 940.0 805.8 705.1 626.7 564.0 512.8 469.8 433.7 402.9 376.0 352.4 331.7 313.3 296.9 281.8 268.7 256.2 245.1 234.9 225.7 216.9 209.0 201.5 194.6 188.0 141.1 112.9 93.8 80.7 70.5 62.7 56.4

Arc Length for 90 deg (ft) 8858.7 4429.4 2952.9 2214.7 1771.7 1476.5 1265.5 1107.3 984.3 885.9 805.5 738.2 681.5 632.9 590.6 553.8 521.0 492.2 466.2 442.9 421.9 402.6 385.2 369.1 354.3 340.6 328.1 316.3 305.5 295.3 221.5 177.2 147.6 126.6 110.9 98.4 88.6

Bending Stress Factor


(psi/in of OD)

221 443 664 886 1,107 1,329 1,550 1,772 1,993 2,215 2,436 2,658 2,879 3,101 3,322 3,544 3,765 3,987 4,208 4,430 4,651 4,873 5,094 5,316 5,537 5,759 5,980 6,202 6,423 6,645 8,860 11,074 13,289 15,504 17,719 19,934 22,149

151

152
50.8 57.1

(Metric)

Recommended Make-up Torque for Rotary Shouldered Drill Collar Connections Taken from API Recommended Practice 7G (SEE FOOTNOTES FOR USE OF THIS TABLE)

Appendix #7

Connection Size, in. Type APl NC 23

25.4 *3,400 *4,514 5,423

23/8

Regular

Computalog Commander Motor Handbook

27/8

PAC3

23/8 API 27/8

APl lF NC 26 Regular

OD, (mm) 76.2 79.4 82.5 76.2 79.4 82.5 76.2 79.4 82.5 88.9 95.2 88.9 95.2 98.4

Minimum Make-up Torque2 N-m Bore of Drill Collar, mm 31.7 38.1 44.4 *3,400 *3,400 *4,514 3,589 4,592 3,589 *3,039 *3,039 2,371 *4,105 3,490 2,371 4,454 3,490 2,371 *5,148 *5,148 3,968 *6,733 5,629 3,968 7,058 5,629 3,968 *6,245 *6,245 5,013 7,458 6,329 5,013 *5,204 *5,204 *5,204 7,817 6,713 5,426 7,817 6,713 5,426

(Metric)

Connection 63.5

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Size, in. 27/8 31/2 27/8 27/8 APl 31/2

Type Extra Hole Dbl. Streamline Mod. Open APl lF NC31 Regular

31/2

Slim Hole

31.7 *5,544 *7,256 *10,927 *6,291 *10,019 *8,766 *10,692 14,197 *12,010 13,946

APl

NC 35

31/2 4 31/2

Extra Hole Slim Hole Mod. Open

OD, (mm) 95.2 98.4 104.8 98.4 104.8 104.8 107.9 114.3 107.9 114.3 114.3 120.6 127.0 107.9 114.3 120.6 127.0 133.3 10,048 10,048 10,048 *6,997 11,268 11,268 11,268 11,268

Minimum Make-up Torque2 N-m Bore of Drill Collar, mm 38.1 44.4 50.8 57.1 *5,544 *5,544 *7,256 *7,256 *10,927 10,077 *6,291 *6,291 *6,291 *10,019 *10,019 9,292 *8,766 *8,766 *8,766 7,708 *10,692 *10,692 9,646 7,708 12,900 11,380 9,646 7,708 *12,010 11,065 9,291 7,309 12,618 11,065 9,291 7,309 *12,255 *12,255 *12,255 16,640 14,677 12,477 16,640 14,677 12,477 *6,997 *6,997 *6,997 *11,495 *11,495 *11,495 *16,370 16,003 13,753 18,009 16,003 13,753 18,009 16,003 13,753

153

154
(Metric)

Connection Size, in. Type 31/2 APl lF APl NC 38 41/2 Slim Hole

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H-904

4 APl 4 41/2

Full Hole NC 40 Mod. Open Dbl. Streamline

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OD, (mm) 120.6 127.0 133.3 139.7 120.6 127.0 133.3 139.7 127.0 133.3 139.7 146.0 152.4 133.3 139.7 146.0 152.4 158.7

44.4 *13,540 *18,913 21,974 21,974 *11,912 *17,346 *23,176 25,115 *14,793 *20,731 *27,096 27,847 27,847 *17,070 *23,593 *30,548 34,448 34,448

Minimum Make-up Torque2 N-m Bore of Drill Collar, mm 50.8 57.1 63.5 71.4 *13,540 *13,540 *13,540 11,274 *18,913 17,500 14,883 11,274 19,867 17,500 14,883 11,274 19,867 17,500 14,883 11,274 *11,912 *11,912 *11,912 *11,912 *17,346 *17,346 *17,346 14,114 22,956 20,526 17,834 14,114 22,956 20,526 17,834 14,114 *14,793 *14,793 *14,793 *14,793 *20,731 *20,731 20,295 16,439 25,607 23,086 20,295 16,439 25,607 23,086 20,295 16,439 25,607 23,086 20,295 16,439 *17,070 *17,070 *17,070 *17,070 *23,593 *23,593 *23,593 22,424 *30,548 29,445 26,501 22,424 32,097 29,445 26,501 22,424 32,097 29,445 26,501 22,424

(Metric)

Connection Size, in. Type 41/2 APl Regular 76.2

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API

NC 44

44.4 *21,118 *27,943 34,447 34,447 *28,330 *35,865 37,013 37,013 *17,589 24,269 24,269 24,269 24,269 *24,049 27,538 27,538 27,538 27,538

41/2

APl Full Hole

41/2 APl 4 41/2 5 41/2

Extra Hole NC 46 APl lF Semi lF Dbl. Streamline Mod. Open

OD, (mm) 139.7 146.0 152.4 158.7 146.0 152.4 158.7 165.1 139.7 146.0 152.4 158.7 165.1 146.0 152.4 158.7 165.1 171.4 71.4 *21,118 22,546 22,546 22,546 24,623 24,623 24,623 24,623 *17,589 *24,566 27,008 27,008 27,008 *24,049 30,405 30,405 30,405 30,405

Minimum Make-up Torque2 N-m Bore of Drill Collar, mm 50.8 57.1 63.5 *21,118 *21,118 *21,118 *27,943 *27,943 26,575 32,113 29,487 26,575 32,113 29,487 26,575 *28,330 *28,330 *28,330 34,586 31,853 28,820 34,586 31,853 28,820 34,586 31,853 28,820 *17,589 *17,589 *17,589 *24,566 *24,566 *24,566 *32,004 *32,004 31,222 37,006 34,264 31,222 37,006 34,264 31,222 *24,049 *24,049 *31,755 *31,755 37,991 34,811 37,991 34,811 37,991 34,811

155

156
(Metric)

Connection Size, in. Type 41/2 H-904

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41/2 APl 5 5 51/2 5 51/2

APl lF NC 50 Extra hole Mod. Open Dbl. Streamline Semi-lF H-904

OD, (mm) 146.0 152.4 158.7 165.1 171.4 158.7 165.1 171.4 177.8 158.7 165.1 171.4 177.8 184.1 190.5 171.4 177.8 184.1 190.5

57.1 *24,431 *32,107 38,955 38,955 38,955 *34,383 *43,244 47,849 47,849 *31,188 *40,240 *49,814 52,035 52,035 52,035 *46,787 *56,935 57,919 57,919

Minimum Make-up Torque2 N-m Bore of Drill Collar, mm 63.5 71.4 76.2 82.5 *24,431 *24,431 *24,431 *32,107 31,400 28,541 35,790 31,400 28,541 35,790 31,400 28,541 35,790 31,400 28,541 *34,383 *34,383 *34,383 32,523 *43,244 39,861 36,833 32,523 44,504 39,861 36,833 32,523 44,504 39,861 36,833 32,523 *31,188 *31,188 *31,188 *31,188 *40,240 *40,240 *40,240 36,167 48,570 43,762 40,628 36,167 48,570 43,762 40,628 36,167 48,570 43,762 40,628 36,167 48,570 43,762 40,628 36,167 *46,787 *46,787 46,291 41,733 54,391 49,489 46,291 41,733 54,391 49,489 46,291 41,733 54,391 49,489 46,291 41,733

(Metric)

Connection Size, in. Type 51/2 APl Regular

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51/2

APl Full Hole

57.1 *43,306 *53,445 57,597 57,597 *44,419 *55,586 *67,331 73,911

APl

NC 56

65/8

APl Regular

OD, (mm) 171.4 177.8 184.1 190.5 177.8 184.1 190.5 196.8 184.1 190.5 196.8 203.2 190.5 196.8 203.2 209.5 82.5 41,345 41,345 41,345 41,345 *44,419 *55,586 56,311 56,311 *54,908 57,024 57,024 57,024 *62,909 63,636 63,636 63,636

Minimum Make-up Torque2 N-m Bore of Drill Collar, mm 63.5 71.4 76.2 *43,306 *43,306 *43,306 *53,445 49,128 45,918 54,051 49,128 45,918 54,051 49,128 45,918 *44,419 *44,419 *44,419 *55,586 *55,586 *55,586 *67,331 64,748 61,270 70,078 64,748 61,270 *54,908 *54,908 *54,908 *66,517 65,379 61,934 70,658 65,379 61,934 70,658 65,379 61,934 *62,909 *62,909 *62,909 *75,420 72,327 68,745 77,815 72,327 68,745 77,815 72,327 68,745

157

158
(Metric) 95.2 91,090 91,090 91,090 91,090 91,090

Connection Size, in. Type 65/8 H-904

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NC 61

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51/2

APl lF

65/8

APl Full Hole

Minimum Make-up Torque2 N-m OD, Bore of Drill Collar, mm (mm) 63.5 71.4 76.2 82.5 88.9 190.5 *63,057 *63,057 *63,057 *63,057 196.8 *75,529 *75,529 72,710 67,594 203.2 81,785 76,296 72,710 67,594 209.5 81,785 76,296 72,710 67,594 203.2 *74,747 *74,747 *74,747 *74,747 209.5 *88,722 *88,722 *88,722 83,551 215.9 98,527 92,735 88,951 83,551 222.2 98,527 92,735 88,951 83,551 228.6 98,527 92,735 88,951 83,551 203.2 *76,795 *76,795 *76,795 *76,795 *76,795 209.5 *91,021 *91,021 *91,021 85,933 80,029 215.9 101,178 95,283 91,431 85,933 80,029 222.2 101,178 95,283 91,431 85,933 80,029 228.6 101,178 95,283 91,431 85,933 80,029 234.9 101,178 95,283 91,431 85,933 80,029 215.9 *91,909 *91,909 *91,909 *91,909 *91,909 222.2 *107,848 *107,848 *107,848 104,000 97,757 228.6 120,099 113,878 109,809 104,000 97,757 234.9 120,099 113,878 109,809 104,000 97,757 241.3 120,099 113,878 109,809 104,000 97,757

(Metric)

Connection Size, in. Type APl NC 70

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NC 77

H-904

75/8

APl Regular

OD, (mm) 228.6 234.9 241.3 247.6 254.0 260.3 254.0 260.3 266.7 273.0 279.4 203.2 209.5 215.9 215.9 222.2 228.6 234.9 241.3 95.2 *102,745 *120,400 123,357 123,357 123,357 123,357 *146,692 *168,191 175,409 175,409 175,409 *72,474 76,443 76,443 *81,894 *97,848 101,048 101,048 101,048

63.5 *102,745 *120,400 *138,773 154,168 154,168 154,168 *146,692 *168,191 *190,480 209,196 209,196 *72,474 *86,417 *100,977 *81,894 *97,848 *114,489 130,565 130,565

Minimum Make-up Torque2 N-m Bore of Drill Collar, mm 71.4 76.2 82.5 88.9 *102,745 *102,745 *102,745 *102,745 *120,400 *120,400 *120,400 *120,400 *138,773 *138,773 137,082 130,449 147,569 143,251 137,082 130,449 147,569 143,251 137,082 130,449 147,569 143,251 137,082 130,449 *146,692 *146,692 *146,692 *146,692 *168,191 *168,191 *168,191 *168,191 *190,480 *190,480 190,476 183,197 201,967 197,239 190,476 183,197 201,967 197,239 190,476 183,197 *72,474 *72,474 *72,474 *72,474 *86,417 *86,417 *86,417 82,665 97,708 93,911 88,490 82,665 *81,894 *81,894 *81,894 *81,894 *97,848 *97,848 *97,848 *97,848 *114,489 *114,489 114,189 107,836 124,236 120,099 114,189 107,836 124,236 120,099 114,189 107,836

159

160
(Metric) 95.2 *98,997 *116,609 130,544 *148,251 169,523 169,523 *153,860 *176,341 78,814 78,814 *99,109 104,789 104,789 104,789 *124,284 133,953 133,953 133,953

Connection Size, in. Type 75/8 H-904

85/8

Appendix #7 Continued

85/8

63.5 *98,997 *116,609 *134,915 *148,251 *169,834 *192,208 *153,860 *176,341

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75/8

OD, (mm) 228.6 234.9 241.3 APl Regular 254.0 260.3 266.7 H-904 260.3 266.7 H-904 222.2 (with low torque face) 228.6 APl Regular 234.9 (with low torque face) 241.3 247.6 254.0 4 H-90 247.6 (with low torque face) 254.0 260.3 266.7

Minimum Make-up Torque2 N-m Bore of Drill Collar, mm 71.4 76.2 82.5 88.9 *98,997 *98,997 *98,997 *98,997 *116,609 *116,609 *116,609 *116,609 *134,915 *134,915 *134,915 *134,915 *148,251 *148,251 *148,251 *148,251 *169,834 *169,834 *169,834 *169,834 *192,208 191,352 184,589 177,310 *153,860 *153,860 *153,860 *153,860 *176,341 *176,341 *176,341 *176,341 *92,279 *92,179 91,188 85,206 100,650 96,753 91,188 85,206 *99,109 *99,109 *99,109 *117,228 *117,229 111,796 124,449 118,352 111,796 124,449 118,352 111,796 *124,284 *124,284 *124,284 *124,284 *144,069 *144,069 *144,069 141,230 158,780 154,354 148,033 141,230 158,780 154,354 148,033 141,230

(Metric)

Connection Size, in. Type 85/8 APl Regular

63.5

Appendix #7 Continued

85/8

OD, (mm) 273.0 (with low torque face) 279.4 285.7 H-904 273.0 (with low torque face) 279.4 285.7 95.2 *153,054 *177,174 177,437 *126,037 *150,201 *175,176

Minimum Make-up Torque2 N-m Bore of Drill Collar, mm 71.4 76.2 82.5 88.9 *153,054 *153,054 *153,054 *177,174 *177,174 *177,174 200,140 193,108 185,538 *126,037 *126,037 *126,037 *150,200 *150,200 *150,201 *175,176 *175,176 *175,176

*Notes: 1. Torque figures preceded by an asterisk indicate that the weaker member for the corresponding outside diameter (OD) and bore is the BOX. For all other torque values the weaker member is the PIN. 2. In each connection size and type group, torque values apply to all connection types in the group, when used with the same drill collar outside diameter and bore, i.e. 238 API IF, API NC 26, and 278 Slim Hole connections used with 312 x 114 drill collars all have the same minimum make-up torque of 4600 ft. lb., and the BOX is the weaker member. 3. Stress-relief features are disregarded for make-up torque. 1 Basis of calculations for recommended make-up torque assumed the use of a thread compound containing 40-60% by weight of finely pow-

dered metalic zinc or 60% by weight of finely powdered metallic lead, with not more than 0.3% total active sulfur (Reference the caution regarding the use of hazardous materials in Appendix F of Specification 7) applied thoroughly to all threads and shoulders and using the modified Screw Jack formula in Appendix A, paragraph A.8, and a unit stress of 62,500 psi in the box or pin, whichever is weaker. 2 Normal torque range is tabulated value plus 10%. Higher torque values may be used under extreme conditions. 3 Make-up torque for 278 PAC connection is based on 87,500 psi stress and other factors listed in footnote 1. 4 Make-up torque for H-90 connection is based on 56,200 psi stress and other factors listed in footnote 1.

161

162
(Imperial) 2 21/4

Recommended Make-up Torque for Rotary Shouldered Drill Collar Connections Taken from API Recommended Practice 7G (SEE FOOTNOTES FOR USE OF THIS TABLE)

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Connection Size, in. Type APl NC 23

1 *2,508 *3,330 4,000

23/8

Regular

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PAC

23/8 APl 27/8

APl lF NC 26 Regular

OD, (in.) 3 31/8 31/4 3 31/8 31/4 3 31/8 31/4 31/2 33/4 31/2 33/4 37/8

Minimum Make-up Torque2 ft-lb Bore of Drill Collar, inches 11/4 11/2 13/4 *2,508 *2,508 *3,330 2,647 3,387 2,647 *2,241 *2,241 1,749 *3,028 2,574 1,749 3,285 2,574 1,749 *3,797 *3,797 2,926 *4,966 4,151 2,926 5,206 4,151 2,926 *4,606 *4,606 3,697 5,501 4,668 3,697 *3,838 *3,838 *3,838 5,766 4,951 4,002 5,766 4,951 4,002

Connection (Imperial) 21/4 21/2

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Size, in. 27/8 31/2 27/8 27/8 APl 31/2

Type Extra Hole Dbl. Streamline Mod. Open APl lF NC 31 Regular

31/2

Slim Hole

11/4 *4,089 *5,352 *8,059 *4,640 *7,390 *6,466 *7,886 10,471 *8,858 10,286

APl

NC 35

31/2 4 31/2

Extra Hole Slim Hole Mod. Open

OD, (in.) 33/4 37/8 41/8 37/8 41/8 41/8 41/4 41/2 41/4 41/2 41/2 43/4 5 41/4 41/2 43/4 5 51/4 5,685 5,685 5,685 5,391 5,391 *9,038 9,202 9,202 *5,161 *8,479 10,144 10,144 10,144 7,411 7,411 7,411 *5,161 8,311 8,311 8,311 8,311

Minimum Make-up Torque2 ft-lb Bore of Drill Collar, inches 11/2 13/4 2 *4,089 *4,089 *5,352 *5,352 *8,059 7,433 *4,640 *4,640 *4,640 *7,390 *7,390 6,853 *6,466 *6,466 *6,466 *7,886 *7,886 7,115 9,514 8,394 7,115 *8,858 8,161 6,853 9,307 8,161 6,853 *9,038 *9,038 12,273 10,826 12,273 10,826 *5,161 *5,161 *8,479 *8,479 *12,074 11,803 13,283 11,803 13,283 11,803

163

164
(Imperial)

Connection Size, in. Type 31/2 APl lF APl NC 38 41/2 Slim Hole

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31/2

H-904

4 APl 4 41/2

Full Hole NC 40 Mod. Open Dbl. Streamline

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OD, (in.) 43/4 5 51/4 51/2 43/4 5 51/4 51/2 5 51/4 51/2 53/4 6 51/4 51/2 53/4 6 61/4

13/4 *9,986 *13,949 16,207 16,207 *8,786 *12,794 *17,094 18,522 *10,910 *15,290 *19,985 20,539 20,539 *12,590 *17,401 *22,531 25,408 25,408

Minimum Make-up Torque2 ft-lb Bore of Drill Collar, inches 2 21/4 21/2 213/16 *9,986 *9,986 *9,986 8,315 *13,949 12,907 10,977 8,315 14,643 12,907 10,977 8,315 14,643 12,907 10,977 8,315 *8,786 *8,786 *8,786 *8,786 *12,794 *12,794 *12,794 10,408 16,929 15,137 13,151 10,408 16,929 15,137 13,151 10,408 *10,910 *10,910 *10,910 *10,910 *15,290 *15,290 14,969 12,125 18,886 17,028 14,969 12,125 18,886 17,028 14,969 12,125 18,886 17,028 14,969 12,125 *12,590 *12,590 *12,590 *12,590 *17,401 *17,401 *17,401 16,536 *22,531 21,714 19,543 16,536 23,671 21,714 19,543 16,536 23,671 21,714 19,543 16,536

(Imperial)

Connection Size, in. Type 41/2 PI Regular 3

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API

NC 44

13/4 *15,576 *20,609 25,407 25,407 *20,895 *26,453 27,300 27,300 *12,973 17,900 17,900 17,900 17,900 *17,738 20,311 20,311 20,311 20,311

41/2

API Full Hole

41/2 API 4 41/2 5 41/2

Extra Hole NC 46 APl lF Semi lF Dbl. Streamline Mod. Open

OD, (in.) 51/2 53/4 6 61/4 53/4 6 61/4 61/2 51/2 53/4 6 61/4 61/2 53/4 6 61/4 61/2 63/4 213/16 *15,576 16,629 16,629 16,629 18,161 18,161 18,161 18,161 *12,973 *18,119 19,921 19,921 19,921 *17,738 22,426 22,426 22,426 22,426

Minimum Make-up Torque2 ft-lb Bore of Drill Collar, inches 2 21/4 21/2 *15,576 *15,576 *15,576 *20,609 *20,609 19,601 23,686 21,749 19,601 23,686 21,749 19,601 *20,895 *20,895 *20,895 25,510 23,493 21,257 25,510 23,493 21,257 25,510 23,493 21,257 *12,973 *12,973 *12,973 *18,119 *18,119 *18,119 *23,605 *22,605 23,028 27,294 25,272 22,028 27,294 25,272 22,028 *17,738 *17,738 *23,422 *23,422 28,021 25,676 28,021 25,676 28,021 25,676

165

166
(Imperial)

Connection Size, in. Type 41/2 H-904

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41/2 APl 5 5 51/2 5 51/2

APl lF NC 50 Extra Hole Mod. Open Dbl. Streamline Semi-lF H-904

OD, (in.) 53/4 6 61/4 61/2 63/4 61/4 61/2 63/4 7 61/4 61/2 63/4 7 71/4 71/2 63/4 7 71/4 71/2

21/4 *18,019 *23,681 28,732 28,732 28,732 *25,360 *31,895 35,292 35,292 *23,004 *29,679 *36,742 38,379 38,379 38,379 *34,508 *41,993 42,719 42,719

Minimum Make-up Torque2 ft-lb Bore of Drill Collar, inches 21/2 213/16 3 31/4 *18,019 *18,019 *18,019 *23,681 23,159 21,051 26,397 23,159 21,051 26,397 23,159 21,051 26,397 23,159 21,051 *25,360 *25,360 *25,360 23,988 *31,895 29,400 27,167 23,988 32,825 29,400 27,167 23,988 32,825 29,400 27,167 23,988 *23,004 *23,004 *23,004 *23,004 *29,679 *29,679 *29,679 26,675 35,824 32,277 29,966 26,675 35,824 32,277 29,966 26,675 35,824 32,277 29,966 26,675 35,824 32,277 29,966 26,675 *34,508 *34,508 34,142 30,781 40,117 36,501 34,142 30,781 40,117 36,501 34,142 30,781 40,117 36,501 34,142 30,781

(Imperial)

Connection Size, in. Type 51/2 APl Regular

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51/2

APl Full Hole

21/4 *31,941 *39,419 42,481 42,481 *32,762 *40,998 *49,661 54,515

APl

NC 56

65/8

APl Regular

OD, (in.) 63/4 7 71/4 71/2 7 71/4 71/2 73/4 71/4 71/2 73/4 8 71/2 73/4 8 81/4 31/4 30,495 30,495 30,495 30,495 *32,762 *40,998 41,533 41,533 *40,498 42,058 42,058 42,058 *46,399 46,936 46,936 46,936

Minimum Make-up Torque2 ft-lb Bore of Drill Collar, inches 21/2 213/16 3 *31,941 *31,941 *31,941 *39,419 36,235 33,868 39,866 36,235 33,868 39,866 36,235 33,868 *32,762 *32,762 *32,762 *40,998 *40,998 *40,998 *49,661 47,756 45,190 51,687 47,756 45,190 *40,498 *40,498 *40,498 *49,060 48,221 45,680 52,115 48,221 45,680 52,115 48,221 45,680 *46,399 *46,399 *46,399 *55,627 53,346 50,704 57,393 53,346 50,704 57,393 53,346 50,704

167

168
(Imperial) 33/4 67,184 67,184 67,184 67,184 67,184

Connection Size, in. Type 65/8 H-904

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NC 61

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APl lF

65/8

APl Full Hole

OD, (in.) 71/2 73/4 8 81/4 8 81/4 81/2 83/4 9 8 81/4 81/2 83/4 9 91/4 81/2 83/4 9 91/4 91/2

21/2 *46,509 *55,708 60,321 60,321 *55,131 *65,438 72,670 72,670 72,670 *56,641 *67,133 74,626 74,626 74,626 74,626 *67,789 *79,544 88,582 88,582 88,582

Minimum Make-up Torque2 ft-lb Bore of Drill Collar, inches 213/16 3 31/4 31/2 *46,509 *46,509 *46,509 *55,708 53,629 49,855 56,273 53,629 49,855 56,273 53,629 49,855 *55,131 *55,131 *55,131 *65,438 *65,438 61,624 68,398 65,607 61,624 68,398 65,607 61,624 68,398 65,607 61,624 *56,641 *56,641 *56,641 *56,641 *67,133 *67,133 63,381 59,027 70,277 67,436 63,381 59,027 70,277 67,436 63,381 59,027 70,277 67,436 63,381 59,027 70,277 67,436 63,381 59,027 *67,789 *67,789 *67,789 *67,789 *79,544 *79,544 76,706 72,102 83,992 80,991 76,706 72,102 83,992 80,991 76,706 72,102 83,992 80,991 76,706 72,102

(Imperial)

Connection Size, in. Type APl NC 70

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APl

NC 77

H-904

75/8

APl Regular

OD, (in.) 9 91/4 91/2 93/4 10 101/4 10 101/4 101/2 103/4 11 8 81/4 81/2 81/2 83/4 9 91/4 91/2 33/4 *75,781 *88,802 90,984 90,984 90,984 90,984 *108,194 *124,051 129,375 129,375 129,375 *53,454 56,382 56,382 *60,402 *72,169 74,529 74,529 74,529

21/2 *75,781 *88,802 *102,354 113,710 113,710 113,710 *108,194 *124,051 *140,491 154,297 154,297 *53,454 *63,738 *74,478 *60,402 *72,169 *84,442 96,301 96,301

Minimum Make-up Torque2 ft-lb Bore of Drill Collar, inches 213/16 3 31/4 31/2 *75,781 *75,781 *75,781 *75,781 *88,802 *88,802 *88,802 *88,802 *102,354 *102,354 101,107 96,214 108,841 105,657 101,107 96,214 108,841 105,657 101,107 96,214 108,841 105,657 101,107 96,214 *108,194 *108,194 *108,194 *108,194 *124,051 *124,051 *124,051 *124,051 *140,491 *140,491 140,488 134,119 148,965 145,476 140,488 135,119 148,965 145,476 140,488 135,119 *53,454 *53,454 *53,454 *53,454 *63,738 *63,738 *63,738 60,971 72,066 69,265 65,267 60,971 *60,402 *60,402 *60,402 *60,402 *72,169 *72,169 *72,169 *72,169 *84,442 *84,442 84,221 79,536 91,633 88,580 84,221 79,536 91,633 88,580 84,221 79,536

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170
(Imperial) 33/4 *73,017 *86,006 96,285 *109,345 125,034 125,034 *113,482 *130,063 58,131 58,131 *73,099 77,289 77,289 77,289 *91,667 98,804 98,804 98,804

Connection Size, in. Type 75/8 H-904

85/8

APl Regular

Appendix #7 Continued

85/8

H-904

21/2 *73,017 *86,006 *99,508 *109,345 *125,263 *141,767 *113,482 *130,063

H-904

(with low torque face)

75/8

APl Regular

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(with low torque face)

75/8

H-904

(with low torque face)

OD, (in.) 9 91/4 91/2 10 101/4 101/2 101/4 101/2 83/4 9 91/4 91/2 93/4 10 93/4 10 101/4 101/2

Minimum Make-up Torque2 ft-lb Bore of Drill Collar, inches 213/16 3 31/4 31/2 *73,017 *73,017 *73,017 *73,017 *86,006 *86,006 *86,006 *86,006 *99,508 *99,508 *99,508 *99,508 *109,345 *109,345 *109,345 *109,345 *125,263 *125,263 *125,263 *125,263 *141,767 141,134 136,146 130,777 *113,482 *113,482 *113,482 *113,482 *130,063 *130,063 *130,063 *130,063 *68,061 *68,061 67,257 62,845 74,235 71,361 67,257 62,845 *73,099 *73,099 *73,099 *86,463 *86,463 82,457 91,789 87,292 82,457 91,789 87,292 82,457 *91,667 *91,667 *91,667 *91,667 *106,260 *106,260 *106,260 104,171 117,112 113,851 109,188 104,171 117,112 113,851 109,188 104,171

(Imperial)

Connection Size, in. Type 85/8 APl Regular

21/2

(with low torque face)

85/8

H-90

Appendix #7 Continued

(with low torque face)

OD, (in.) 103/4 11 111/4 103/4 11 111/4 33/24 *112,883 *130,672 130,871 *92,960 *110,781 *129,203

Minimum Make-up Torque2 ft-lb Bore of Drill Collar, inches 213/16 3 31/4 31/2 *112,883 *112,883 *112,883 *130,672 *130,672 *130,672 147,616 142,430 136,846 *92,960 *92,960 *92,960 *110,781 *110,781 *110,781 *129,203 *129,203 *129,203

*Notes: 1. Torque figures preceded by an asterisk indicate that the weaker member for the corresponding outside diameter (OD) and bore is the BOX. For all other torque values the weaker member is the PIN. 2. In each connection size and type group, torque values apply to all connection types in the group, when used with the same drill collar outside diameter and bore, i.e. 238 API IF, API NC 26, and 278 Slim Hole connections used with 312 x 114 drill collars all have the same minimum make-up torque of 4600 ft. lb., and the BOX is the weaker member. 3. Stress-relief features are disregarded for make-up torque. 1 Basis of calculations for recommended make-up torque assumed the use of a thread compound containing 40-60% by weight of finely pow-

dered metalic zinc or 60% by weight of finely powdered metallic lead, with not more than 0.3% total active sulfur (Reference the caution regarding the use of hazardous materials in Appendix F of Specification 7) applied thoroughly to all threads and shoulders and using the modified Screw Jack formula in Appendix A, paragraph A.8, and a unit stress of 62,500 psi in the box or pin, whichever is weaker. 2 Normal torque range is tabulated value plus 10%. Higher torque values may be used under extreme conditions. 3 Make-up torque for 278 PAC connection is based on 87,500 psi stress and other factors listed in footnote 1. 4 Make-up torque for H-90 connection is based on 56,200 psi stress and other factors listed in footnote 1.

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Appendix #8 Torque Specifications for Computalog Ltd. Mud Pulse MWD Tubulars
Tubular Size Connection Between 127 mm 159 mm 5 in. 6.25 in

Drill Collar Top Cross-Over N-m ft-lbs

3.5" IF 4.5H-90 11382 8400 37073 27360

Top Cross-Over Pulser Sub N-m ft-lbs

4"FH 14634 10800

4.5" XH 22358 16500

Pulser Sub MWD Collar N-m ft-lbs

3.5" IF 11382 8400

4.5" XH 22358 16500

MWD Collar
Bottom Cross-Over/Choke Sub

N-m ft-lbs

3.5" IF 11382 8400

4.5" XH 22358 16500

Bottom Cross Over/Choke Sub

Drilling Motor N-m ft-lbs

3.5" IF 11382 8400

4.5H-90

37073 27360

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Tubular Size 165 mm 6.5 in. 171 mm 6.75 in. 203 mm 8 in. 229 mm 9 in.

5" H-90 37398 27600

4.5" XH 22629 16700

4.5" IF 34146 25200

6 5/8" Reg. 50910 37550

7 5/8" Reg. 87194 64350

4.5" XH 22629 16700

4.5" IF 34146 25200

6 5/8" Reg. 50910 37550

7 5/8" Reg. 87194 64350

4.5" XH 22629 16700

4.5" IF 34146 25200

6 5/8" Reg. 50910 37550

7 5/8" Reg. 87194 64350

5" H-90 37398 27600

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174
241.3m 9 1/2 in. 6 3/4 in. 8 in. 3840 28200 44000 6000 9900 73000

Tubular Size

Make-up

77.8 mm

85.7mm

88.9 mm 120.6 mm 158.7 mm 171.1 mm 203.2mm

Torque

3 1/6 in.

3 3/8 in.

3 1/2 in.

4 3/4 in.

6 1/4 in.

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480

750

750

1200

3100

Appendix #9 Torque Specifications for Computalog Ltd. Electromagnetic MWD Tubulars

ft-lbs

3540

5500

5500

8800

22900

175

176 76.2 82.6 88.9 95.3 101.6

(Metric)

Drill Collar Weight (Steel) (kilograms per metre) Taken from API Recommended Practice 7G

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Drill Collar OD mm 73.0 76.2 79.4 82.6 88.9 95.3

25.4 28.3 31.2 32.7 38.7 44.6 52.1

31.8 26.8 29.8 32.7 35.7 43.2 49.1

38.1 23.8 26.8 29.8 32.7 40.2 47.6

44.5

50.8

Drill Collar ID, mm 57.2 63.5 71.4

(Metric)

Appendix #10 Continued

Drill Collar OD mm 101.6 104.8 108.0 114.3 120.7 127.0 133.4 76.2 82.6 88.9 95.3 101.6 95.2 89.3

25.4 59.5 64.0 68.4 75.9

31.8 58.0 61.0 65.5 74.4

38.1 55.1 58.0 62.5 71.4 80.4 90.8 101.2

44.5 52.1 55.1 59.5 68.4 77.4 87.8 96.7

50.8 47.6 52.1 56.5 64.0 74.4 83.3 93.7

Drill Collar ID, mm 57.2 63.5 71.4 43.2 47.6 52.1 61.0 69.9 65.5 78.9 74.4 89.3 84.8

139.7

111.6 108.6

104.2

99.7

95.2

89.3

146.1

122.0 119.0

116.1 111.6

107.1

99.7

177

(Metric)

178 76.2 107.1 119.0 132.4 145.8 159.2 172.6 187.5 202.4 107.1 119.0 132.4 145.8 160.7 174.1 190.5 138.4 153.3 168.1 183.0 125.0 138.4 151.8 166.7 82.6 101.2 113.1 126.5 138.4 153.3 166.7 181.5 196.4 88.9 95.3 101.6

Appendix #10 Continued

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Drill Collar OD mm 25.4 31.8 38.1 44.5 152.4 133.9 130.9 158.8 145.8 142.8 165.1 159.2 156.2 171.5 172.6 169.6 177.8 186.0 183.0 184.2 199.4 196.4 190.5 214.3 211.3 196.9 229.2 226.2

50.8 126.5 139.9 151.8 165.2 178.6 193.4 206.8 223.2

Drill Collar ID, mm 57.2 63.5 71.4 123.5 117.6 111.6 135.4 130.9 123.5 147.3 142.8 135.4 160.7 156.2 148.8 174.1 169.6 163.7 189.0 184.5 177.1 203.9 197.9 192.0 218.7 214.3 206.8

(Metric)

Appendix #10 Continued

Drill Collar OD mm 25.4 31.8 38.1 44.5 203.2 245.5 242.5 209.6 261.9 258.9 215.9 278.3 275.3 228.6 312.5 309.5 241.3 348.2 345.2 247.7 369.0 364.6 254.0 388.4 385.4 279.4 471.7 468.7 304.8 564.0 561.0 76.2 218.7 235.1 251.5 285.7 321.4 340.8 361.6 444.9 537.2 82.6 212.8 229.2 245.5 279.7 315.5 334.8 355.6 439.0 531.2 88.9 205.3 221.7 238.1 273.8 311.0 328.8 349.7 433.0 523.8 95.3 197.9 214.3 230.6 266.4 306.5 321.4 342.2 425.6 516.3 101.6 181.5 197.9 223.2 258.9 294.6 314.0 334.8 418.1 508.9

50.8 238.1 254.4 270.8 306.5 342.2 361.6 382.4 465.7 556.5

Drill Collar ID, mm 57.2 63.5 71.4 233.6 229.2 223.2 250.0 245.5 238.1 266.4 261.9 255.9 302.1 297.6 290.2 337.8 333.3 327.4 357.1 352.7 345.2 378.0 373.5 366.0 461.3 456.8 449.4 552.0 547.6 541.6

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(Imperial)

180
13
4 2 4 16

Drill Collar Weight (Steel) (pounds per foot) Taken from API Recommended Practice 7G

Appendix #10 Continued

1/
1 1 3

Drill Collar ID, mm 2/ 2/ 2/ 3 3/ 3/ 3/ 4

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Drill Collar OD inches 2/ 3 3/ 3/ 3/ 3/

1 19 21 22 26 30 35

1/ 18 20 22 24 29 33

1/ 16 18 20 22 27 32

(Imperial)

1
16 4 2 4

13

3
1 1 3

3/

3/

3/

Appendix #10 Continued

1 40 43 46 51

1/ 39 41 44 50

Drill Collar OD inches 4 4/ 4/ 4/ 4/ 5 5/ 5/ 5/ 64 60

1/ 37 39 42 48 54 61 68 75 82

1/ 35 37 40 46 52 59 65 73 80

2 32 35 38 43 50 56 63 70 78

Drill Collar ID, mm 2/ 2/ 2/ 29 32 35 41 47 44 53 50 60 57 67 64 60 75 72 67

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(Imperial)

182
13
4 2 4 16

1
1 1 3

1/

3/

3/

Appendix #10 Continued

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Drill Collar OD inches 6 6/ 6/ 6/ 7 7/ 7/ 7/ 3 72 80 89 98 107 116 126 136 72 80 89 98 108 117 128 93 103 113 123 84 93 102 112 3/ 68 76 85 93 103 112 122 132

1/ 90 98 107 116 125 134 144 154

1/ 88 96 105 114 123 132 142 152

2 85 94 102 111 120 130 139 150

Drill Collar ID, mm 2/ 2/ 2/ 83 79 75 91 88 83 99 96 91 108 105 100 117 114 110 127 124 119 137 133 129 147 144 139

(Imperial)

1
13
4 2 4 16

1/
1 1 3

Appendix #10 Continued

4 122 133 150 174 198 225 281 342

Drill Collar OD inches 8 8/ 8/ 9 9/ 9/ 10 11 12 3 147 158 169 192 216 225 243 299 361 3/ 143 154 165 188 212 221 239 295 357 3/ 138 149 160 184 209 216 235 291 352 3/ 133 144 155 179 206 211 230 286 347

1/ 165 176 187 210 234 248 245 261 317 379

1/ 163 174 185 208 232 243 259 315 377

2 160 171 182 206 230 240 257 313 374

Drill Collar ID, mm 2/ 2/ 2/ 157 154 150 168 165 160 179 176 172 203 200 195 227 224 220 237 232 229 254 251 246 310 307 302 371 368 364

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CASING SPECIFICATIONS

Casing Size OD (mm) 114.3

Weight (kg/m) 14.14 17.26 20.09 17.11 19.34 22.32 26.78 19.34 20.83 23.06 25.30 29.76 34.22 22.32 26.78 29.76 34.22 25.30 29.76 35.71 41.66 47.62

Casing ID (mm) 103.89 101.60 99.57 115.82 114.15 111.96 108.61 128.12 127.30 125.73 124.26 121.36 118.62 140.31 137.77 135.94 133.10 155.83 153.64 150.39 147.09 144.15

127.0

139.7

152.4

168.3

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Drift Diameter (mm) 100.71 98.43 96.39 112.65 110.97 108.79 105.44 124.94 124.13 122.56 121.08 118.19 115.44 137.13 134.59 132.77 129.92 152.65 150.47 147.22 143.92 140.97

Bit Size (mm) 98.4 98.4 95.3 108.0 108.0 108.0 104.8 120.7 120.7 120.7 120.7 117.5 114.3 136.5 130.2 130.2 123.8 152.4 149.2 142.9 142.9 136.5

Clearance (mm) 2.29 0.00 1.14 4.70 3.02 0.84 0.66 4.29 3.48 1.19 0.43 0.71 1.14 0.61 4.42 2.59 6.10 0.25 1.24 4.34 1.04 4.44

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CASING SPECIFICATIONS

Casing Size OD (mm) 177.8

Weight (kg/m) 25.30 29.76 34.22 38.69 43.15 47.62 52.08 56.54 29.76 35.71 39.28 44.19 50.15 58.03 35.71 41.66 47.62 53.57 59.52 65.47 72.91

Casing ID (mm) 166.07 163.98 161.70 159.41 157.07 154.79 152.50 150.37 180.98 178.44 177.01 174.63 171.83 168.28 205.66 203.63 201.19 198.76 196.22 193.68 190.78

193.7

219.1

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BIT SIZES AND DIAMETRICAL CLEARANCE

Drift Diameter (mm) 162.89 160.81 158.52 156.24 153.90 151.61 149.33 147.19 177.80 175.26 173.84 171.45 168.66 165.10 202.49 200.46 198.02 195.58 193.04 190.50 187.60

Bit Size (mm) 158.8 158.8 155.6 155.6 152.4 149.2 149.2 146.1 171.5 171.5 171.5 171.5 168.3 165.1 200.0 200.0 193.7 193.7 187.3 187.3 187.3

Clearance (mm) 4.14 2.06 2.95 0.66 1.50 2.39 0.10 1.14 6.35 3.81 2.39 0.00 0.38 0.00 2.46 0.43 4.34 1.91 5.71 3.18 0.28

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CASING SPECIFICATIONS

Casing Size OD (mm) 244.5

Weight (kg/m) 43.60 48.06 53.57 59.52 64.73 69.94 79.61 48.73 60.26 67.70 75.89 82.58 56.54 62.50 69.94 80.35 89.28 71.42 81.80 90.77 101.18 107.14

Casing ID (mm) 230.20 228.63 226.59 224.41 222.38 220.50 216.79 258.88 255.27 252.73 250.19 247.90 283.21 281.53 279.40 276.35 273.61 322.96 320.42 317.88 315.34 313.61

273.1

298.5

339.7

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BIT SIZES AND DIAMETRICAL CLEARANCE

Drift Diameter (mm) 226.24 224.66 222.63 220.45 218.41 216.54 212.83 254.91 251.31 248.77 246.23 243.94 279.25 277.57 275.44 272.39 269.65 319.00 316.46 313.92 311.38 309.65

Bit Size (mm) 222.3 222.3 222.3 219.1 215.9 215.9 212.7 250.8 250.8 247.7 244.5 228.6 273.1 273.1 273.1 269.9 250.8 311.2 311.2 311.2 311.2 304.8

Clearance (mm) 3.99 2.41 0.38 1.37 2.51 0.64 0.10 4.09 0.48 1.12 1.75 15.34 6.20 4.52 2.39 2.51 18.82 7.85 5.31 2.77 0.23 4.85

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CASING SPECIFICATIONS

Casing Size OD (mm) 406.4

Weight (kg/m) 81.84 96.72 111.60 124.99 139.87

Casing ID (mm) 390.53 387.35 384.18 381.25 485.75

508.0

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BIT SIZES AND DIAMETRICAL CLEARANCE

Drift Diameter (mm) 385.75 382.57 379.37 376.48 480.97

Bit Size (mm) 381.0 381.0 374.7 374.7 444.5

Clearance (mm) 4.75 1.57 4.72 1.83 36.47

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CASING SPECIFICATIONS

Casing Size OD (in.) 41/2

Weight (lbs/ft) 9.50 11.60 13.50 11.50 13.00 15.00 18.00 13.00 14.00 15.50 17.00 20.00 23.00 15.00 18.00 20.00 23.00 17.00 20.00 24.00 28.00 32.00

Casing ID (in.) 4.090 4.000 3.920 4.560 4.494 4.408 4.276 5.044 5.012 4.950 4.892 4.778 4.670 5.524 5.424 5.352 5.240 6.135 6.049 5.921 5.791 5.675

51/2

65/8

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BIT SIZES AND DIAMETRICAL CLEARANCE

Drift Diameter (in.) 3.965 3.875 3.795 4.435 4.369 4.283 4.151 4.919 4.887 4.825 4.767 4.653 4.545 5.399 5.299 5.227 5.115 6.010 5.924 5.796 5.666 5.550

Bit Size (in.) 37/8 37/8 33/4 41/4 41/4 41/4 41/8 43/4 43/4 43/4 43/4 45/8 41/2 53/8 51/8 51/8 47/8 6 57/8 55/8 55/8 53/8

Clearance (in.) 0.090 0.000 0.045 0.185 0.119 0.033 0.026 0.169 0.137 0.075 0.017 0.028 0.045 0.024 0.174 0.102 0.240 0.010 0.049 0.171 0.041 0.175

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CASING SPECIFICATIONS

Casing Size OD (in.) 7

Weight (lbs/ft) 17.00 20.00 23.00 26.00 29.00 32.00 35.00 38.00 20.00 24.00 26.40 29.70 33.70 39.00 24.00 28.00 32.00 36.00 40.00 44.00 49.00

Casing ID (in.) 6.538 6.456 6.366 6.276 6.184 6.094 6.004 5.920 7.125 7.025 6.969 6.875 6.765 6.625 8.097 8.017 7.921 7.825 7.725 7.625 7.511

75/8

85/8

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BIT SIZES AND DIAMETRICAL CLEARANCE

Drift Diameter (in.) 6.413 6.331 6.241 6.151 6.059 5.969 5.879 5.795 7.000 6.900 6.844 6.750 6.640 6.500 7.972 7.892 7.796 7.700 7.600 7.500 7.386

Bit Size (in.) 61/4 61/4 61/8 61/8 6 57/8 57/8 53/4 63/4 63/4 63/4 63/4 65/8 61/2 77/8 77/8 75/8 75/8 73/8 73/8 73/8

Clearance (in.) 0.163 0.081 0.116 0.026 0.059 0.094 0.004 0.045 0.250 0.150 0.094 0.000 0.015 0.000 0.097 0.017 0.171 0.075 0.225 0.125 0.011

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CASING SPECIFICATIONS

Casing Size OD (in.) 95/8

Weight (lbs/ft) 29.30 32.30 36.00 40.00 43.50 47.00 53.50 32.75 40.50 45.50 51.00 55.50 38.00 42.00 47.00 54.00 60.00 48.00 54.50 61.00 68.00 72.00

Casing ID (in.) 9.063 9.001 8.921 8.835 8.755 8.681 8.535 10.192 10.050 9.950 9.850 9.760 11.150 11.084 11.000 10.880 10.772 12.715 12.615 12.515 12.415 12.347

103/4

113/4

133/8

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BIT SIZES AND DIAMETRICAL CLEARANCE

Drift Diameter (in.) 8.907 8.845 8.765 8.679 8.599 8.525 8.379 10.036 9.894 9.794 9.694 9.604 10.994 10.928 10.844 10.724 10.616 12.559 12.459 12.359 12.259 12.191

Bit Size (in.) 83/4 83/4 83/4 85/8 81/2 81/2 83/8 97/8 97/8 93/4 95/8 9 103/4 103/4 103/4 105/8 97/8 121/4 121/4 121/4 121/4 12

Clearance (in.) 0.157 0.095 0.015 0.054 0.099 0.025 0.004 0.161 0.019 0.044 0.069 0.604 0.244 0.178 0.094 0.099 0.741 0.309 0.209 0.109 0.009 0.191

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Casing Size OD (in.) 16

Weight (lbs/ft) 55.00 65.00 75.00 84.00 94.00

Casing ID (in.) 15.375 15.250 15.125 15.010 19.124

20

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BIT SIZES AND DIAMETRICAL CLEARANCE

Drift Diameter (in.) 15.187 15.062 14.936 14.822 18.936

Bit Size (in.) 15 15 143/4 143/4 171/2

Clearance (in.) 0.187 0.062 0.186 0.072 1.436

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TFA of Flow Nozzles (mm2)


7 169.7 221.7 280.6 346.4 419.1 498.8 585.4 678.9 779.4 886.7 1122.3 1385.5 194.0 253.4 320.7 395.9 479.0 570.0 669.0 775.9 890.7 1013.4 1282.6 218.2 285.0 360.7 445.3 538.9 641.3 752.6 872.9 1002.0 1140.1 242.5 316.7 400.8 494.8 598.7 712.6 836.3 969.9 1113.4 8 9 10

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Nozzle Size (mm)

Number of Nozzles 5 6

5.6 6.4 7.1 7.9 8.7 9.5 10.3 11.1 11.9 12.7 14.3 15.9 17.5 19.1 22.2 23.8

24.2 31.7 40.1 49.5 59.9 71.3 83.6 97.0 111.3 126.7 160.3 197.9 239.5 285.0 387.9 445.3

48.5 63.3 80.2 99.0 119.7 142.5 167.3 194.0 222.7 253.4 320.7 395.9 479.0 570.0 775.9 890.7

72.7 95.0 120.2 148.4 179.6 213.8 250.9 291.0 334.0 380.0 481.0 593.8 718.5 855.1 1163.8 1336.0

97.0 126.7 160.3 197.9 239.5 285.0 334.5 387.9 445.3 506.7 641.3 791.7 958.0 1140.1 1551.8

121.2 158.3 200.4 247.4 299.4 356.3 418.1 484.9 556.7 633.4 801.6 989.7 1197.5 1425.1

145.5 190.0 240.5 296.9 359.2 427.5 501.8 581.9 668.0 760.1 962.0 1187.6 1437.0

TFA of Flow Nozzles (in2) Appendix #12 (Metric)


7 0.2631 0.3436 0.4349 0.5369 0.6496 0.7731 0.9073 1.0523 1.2080 1.3744 1.7395 2.1476 0.3007 0.3927 0.4970 0.6136 0.7424 0.8836 1.0370 1.2026 1.3806 1.5708 1.9880 0.3382 0.4418 0.5591 0.6903 0.8353 0.9940 1.1666 1.3530 1.5532 1.7671 8 9 10 0.3758 0.4909 0.6213 0.7670 0.9281 1.1045 1.2962 1.5033 1.7257

Nozzle Size (in)

Number of Nozzles 5 6

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 20 22 24 28 30

0.0376 0.0491 0.0621 0.0767 0.0928 0.1104 0.1296 0.1503 0.1726 0.1963 0.2485 0.3068 0.3712 0.4418 0.6013 0.6903

0.0752 0.0982 0.1243 0.1534 0.1856 0.2209 0.2592 0.3007 0.3451 0.3927 0.4970 0.6136 0.7424 0.8836 1.2026 1.3806

0.1127 0.1473 0.1864 0.2301 0.2784 0.3313 0.3889 0.4510 0.5177 0.5890 0.7455 0.9204 1.1137 1.3254 1.8040 2.0709

0.1503 0.1963 0.2485 0.3068 0.3712 0.4418 0.5185 0.6013 0.6903 0.7854 0.9940 1.2272 1.4849 1.7671 2.4053

0.1879 0.2454 0.3106 0.3835 0.4640 0.5522 0.6481 0.7517 0.8629 0.9817 1.2425 1.5340 1.8561 2.2089

0.2255 0.2945 0.3728 0.4602 0.5568 0.6627 0.7777 0.9020 1.0354 1.1781 1.4910 1.8408 2.2273

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TOOTH CONDITION
I = Inner 2/3 of bit cutting structure O = Outer 1/3 of bit cutting structure Grade from 1 to 8 based on lost tooth height and/or insert wear, loss or breakage 1 = No loss, etc. 8 = All lost or broken, etc.

DULL CHARACTERISTICS
D = Major Dull Char. BC BT BU Broken cone Broken teeth/cutters Balled up O = Other Dull Char. LN LT OC PB PN RG RO SD SS TR Lost Nozzle Lost teeth/cutter Off-center wear Pinched bit Plugged nozzle Rounded gage Ring out Shirt tail damage Self-sharpening wear Tracking

*CC Cracked cone *CD Cone dragged CI CR CT ER FC HC JC Cone interference Cored Chipped teeth/cutters Erosion Flat crested wear Head checking Junk damage

WO Wash out on bit WT NO Worn teeth/cutters No major/other dull characteristics

*LC Lost cone

* SHOW CONE NUMBER(S) UNDER LOCATION

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L = LOCATION CONES
Roller cone N Nose rows H A Heel rows All rows

M Middle rows

B = BEARING DULL CODE


Unsealed Bearings 1 8 No life used All life used Sealed Bearings E F Seals effective Seals failed

G = GAGE WEAR
I In gage Undergage - Measure and record to nearest millimetre (mm) amount undergage.

R = REASON PULLED
BHA CHG Bottomhole assembly DMF Downhole MTR failure DSF Drill string failure DST Drill stem test DTF Downhold tool failure CM CP DP FM HP Condition mud Core point Drill plug Formation change Hole problems HR PP PR TD TO TW Hours Pump pressure Penetration rate Total depth/CSG depth Torque Twist off

WC Weather conditions WOS Washout-drill string LOG Run logs RIG Rig repair

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Appendix #14 Conversion Factors


MULTIPLY
LENGTH
centimetre (cm) foot (ft) inch (in) inch (in) kilometre (km) metre (m) mile millimetre (mm) 0.3937 0.3048 2.54 25.4 0.6214 3.28084 1.609 0.03937 inch (in) metre (m) centimetre (cm) millimetre (mm) mile foot (ft) kilometre (km) inch (in)

BY

TO OBTAIN

AREA
acre centimetre (cm )
2 2

4046.9 0.1550 0.09290 645.2 6.452 10.764 0.0002471 0.001550

metre2 (m2) inch2 (in2) metre2 (m2) millimetre2 (mm2) centimetre2 (cm2) foot2 (ft2) acre inch2 (in2)

foot2 (ft2) inch2 (in2) inch2 (in2) metre2 (m2) metre2 (m2) millimetre2 (mm2)

VOLUME
barrels centimetre3 (cm3) foot3 (ft3) foot3 (ft3) gallon inch3 (in3) inch3 (in3) litre (l) litre (l) metre (m )
3 3

0.1589 0.06102 0.02832 28.32 3.7854 16,387 16.387 0.2642 0.035315 6.293 35.315
3

metre3 (m3) inch3 (in3) metre3 (m3) litre (l) litre (l) millimetre3 (mm3) centimetre3 (cm3) gallon foot3 (ft3) barrels foot3 (ft3)

metre3 (m3) millimetre (mm )


3

0.00006102 inch3 (in3)

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MULTIPLY
VELOCITY
foot/second (ft/sec) kilometre/hour (km/hr) mile/hour (mph) metre/second (m/sec) 0.3048 0.6214 1.609 3.281 metre/second (m/sec) mile/hour (mph) kilometre/hour (km/hr) foot/second (ft/sec)

BY

TO OBTAIN

FLOW
gallon/min (gpm) gallon/min (gpm) litre/min (l/min) metre3/min (m3/min) 3.7854 0.003785 0.2642 264.2 litre/min (l/min) metre3/min (m3/min) gallon/min (gpm) gallon/min (gpm)

MASS
kilogram (kg) pound (lb) 2.2046 0.4536 pound (lb) kilogram (kg)

DENSITY
kilogram/metre3 (kg/m3) kilogram/metre3 (kg/m3) kilogram/metre3 (kg/m3) pound/barrel pound/foot3 (lb/ft3) pound/gallon (lb/gallon) 0.351 0.06243 0.008345 2.85 16.02 119.83 pound/barrel pound/foot3 (lb/ft3) pound/gallon (lb/gallon) kilogram/metre3 (kg/m3) kilogram/metre3 (kg/m3) kilogram/metre3 (kg/m3)

FORCE
decanewton (daN) kilogram-force (kgf) newton (N) pound-force (lbf) 2.248 9.807 0.1020 0.4448 pound-force (lbf) newton (N) kilogram-force (kgf) decanewton (daN)

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MULTIPLY
FORCE/LENGTH
newton/metre (N/m) pound/foot (lbf/foot) 0.06852 14.594 pound/foot (lbf/foot) newton/metre (N/m)

BY

TO OBTAIN

TORQUE
foot-pound (ft-lbs) newton-metre (N-m) 1.3558 0.7376 newton-metre (N-m) foot-pound (ft-lbs)

PRESSURE
bar kilopascals (kPa) pound/inch (psi)
2

14.504 0.1450 0.06895 6.895

pound/inch2 (psi) pound/inch2 (psi) bar kilopascals (kPa)

pound/inch2 (psi)

PRESSURE/LENGTH
kilopascals/metre (kPa/m) pound/inch /foot (psi/ft)
2

0.04421 22.62

pound/inch2/foot (psi/ft) kilopascals/metre (kPa/m)

POWER
horsepower (hp) kilowatt (kW) 0.7457 1.341 kilowatt (kW) horsepower (hp)

TEMPERATURE
To convert from Celsius (C) to Fahrenheit (F) use: F = 1.8 * C + 32 To convert from Fahrenheit (F) to Celsius (C) use: C = (F - 32) / 1.8

VISCOSITY
centipoise centistoke 0.001 1x10-6 pascal-second (Pa-sec) metre2/ second (m2/sec)

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Computalog Ltd. Worldwide Locations


CORPORATE HEAD OFFICE
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