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Downhole Drilling Tools: Theory and Practice for Engineers and Students

by G. Robello Samuel

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"As the first and only comprehensive guide for engineers on downhole drilling tools, this is a must-have for the drilling community. Downhole Drilling Tools describes all the critical tools for the engineer and covers the practical aspects of downhole equipment. Going beyond the basic bottomhole assembly, this guide includes detailed mechanics and theory on tubulars, fishing, cementing, coiled tubing and various other downhole tools.". "As the complexity of drilling scenarios increases around the globe, a unique combination of downhole tools is necessary to capture the full potential of each formation. With technology advancing onward, the various tools available for well applications provide today's engineers with limitless alternatives. This book provides the critical knowledge needed to make the right choices and to utilize these tools effectively."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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