Principles and Practices of Mud Motor
June 7 8:00 AM - June 8 12:00 PM CDT$720.00
INSTRUCTOR: Robello Samuel, PhD
COURSE LENGTH (DAYS): 2 Half-Day Sessions, 8:00AM – 12:00PM CT (8.0 Hours)
June 07-08, 2021
AVAILABILITY: Public, In-House, & Live Online
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Drilling engineers, well operations personnel, rig supervisors, drilling supervisors mud motor designers and manufacturers who would like to gain greater understanding of mud motor design and their applications in drilling.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is focused on developing an understanding of positive displacement motors, commonly called mud motors. A mud motor is a simple but elegant machine that has become an integral part of the BHA particularly when drilling shale wells. Even though tremendous advancements have been made, challenges still remain with its use. This one-day training covers concepts, performance, advancements, future designs, and how and when to use mud motors during difficult scenarios. The workshop also includes additional discussion from industry technology leaders. The price of the course includes Positive Displacement Motor: Theory and Applications textbook (400 pages, color) authored by Dr. Robello Samuel.
- Mud Motor History
- History of Power Sections
- Product Variants
- Genesis of Profile
- Evolution and Trends
- Design Problems — Sensitivity Analysis
- Operational Challenges
- Lab Tests and Downhole Vibration
- Repair and Maintenance
- Limits and Potential New Directions
- Mud Motor: Not a Dying Breed — From Workhorse to Racehorse
- Mud Motor Hydraulic and Mechanical Optimization (software demo included).
REGISTRATION should be made at least one month before the start of a course. It is recommended that participants register early due to limited seating. However, we will accept paid registrations up to the last business day before the class, provided there are seats available. Registrants will receive a confirmation email within 48 hours of registration and will receive complete venue information two weeks prior to the first day of class.
As a reminder: your seat in a course is not confirmed until payment is received.