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Witness re-cutting of thread on casing joint using Lathe Machine
Witness re-cutting of thread
on casing joint using Lathe
Machine
Troubleshooting of failed tool (Measurement While Drilling)
Troubleshooting of failed tool
(Measurement While Drilling)
Drifting of casing joints
Drifting of casing joints
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A downhole tool used in conjunction with a jar
to store energy that is suddenly released
when the jar is activated. The energy provides
an impact force that operates associated
downhole tools or, in a contingency role, helps
release a tool string that has become stuck.
Depending on the operating mode, the energy
in tension or compression can be stored by
means of a mechanical spring or a
compressible fluid such as nitrogen gas.
Accelerators should be selected on the basis
of their compatibility with the jar to be used.
Pressure testing of Subsea Equipment
Pressure Testing of Subsea Equipment
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