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Pumping Speed Calculator

Input data in yellow fields Sheave Pitch Diameters (inch)


Gear Box Rating Gear Ratio (Z) Prime Mover Gear Box Prime Mover Jack Shaft Jack Shaft
(1000 in-lbf) from table Speed (rpm) Input* Output*
912 28.72 1175 55.2 8 1 1

* Note: If no jack shaft is used, make the jack shaft input and output sheave diameters the same number
other than zero.
**Belt speed should be between 2,000 and 5,000 ft/min for best life.
Gear Box
Gear Reducer Torque Rating Gear Ratio Output Shaft Oil Capacity Largest Smallest
Code (in-Lbs) (in to out) Diameter (in) (gal) Sheave (in) Sheave (in)
2560D 2,560,000 34.53 to 1 11.75 235 68 55
1824D 1,824,000 28.33 to 1 9 (10.5) 165 68 55
1280D 1,280,000 28.05 to 1 8.5 (10.5) 120 68 35
912D 912,000 28.72 to 1 7 (9) 107 55.2 33
640D 640,000 28.6 to 1 7 (9) 70 55.6 22
456D 456,000 29.04 to 1 7 (9) 55 50 22
320D 320,000 30.12 to 1 6.4375 (8.5) 50 47 24
228D 228,000 28.45 to 1 6 (7) 34 41 24
160D 160,000 28.67 to 1 5.4375 (7) 22 38 20
114D 114,000 29.4 to 1 .4375 (6.4375) 17 33.6 20
80D 80,000 29.15 to 1 4.4375 17 30 20
57D 57,000 29.32 to 1 4 13 27.6 20
40D 40,000 29.2 to 1 4 7 24 20
25D 25,000 28.9 to 1 3 5 18.4
16D 16,000 35.7 to 1 2.5 5 15.3
(Output shaft) is for Mark II units
Pumping Speed Belt Speed**
N (spm) (ft/min)
5.9 2,461
Gear Box Driven Directly by Prime Mover

The largest and smallest sheaves that will fit on a given g


Z are shown in the table on the Pumping Speed spread sh

Normally the smallest prime mover sheave is aboout 6".


din
The prime mover sheave is always smaller than the gear
If one is needed for further speed reduction, the jack sha

d pm

Gear Box Driven Through a Jack Shaft

din

d sjo
d jsi

d pm
lest sheaves that will fit on a given gear box
e on the Pumping Speed spread sheet.

t prime mover sheave is aboout 6".


ave is always smaller than the gear box sheave for speed reduction.
urther speed reduction, the jack shaft should have a larger input sheave than the output sheave.
Pump Capacity Calculator
Assume pumped off conditions.
Input data in the yellow fields. Surface Pump Rate
Pump Data Ap Pump Slippage Unachored Tubing
Plunger Diameter (in) 1.5 1.767094 (bbl/day) (STB/Day)
Plunger Clearance (in) 0.002 48.7 76.5
Plunger Length (ft) 6 Pump Efficiency (%) 66.1
Pump Depth (ft) 6000 Note: Anchored tubing is recommended to increase production
Dip Tube OD (in) 1.5 and reduce tubing-rod wear.

Rod Data L/Ar


Length 1" rods 0 0 Pump Stroke (in)
Length 7/8" rods 2400 3991.334 Anchored Tubing 73.8
Length 3/4" rods 3600 8148.973 Unanchored Tubing 68.4
Length 1.5" rods 0 0
Lengths OK
Fluid Data Down Hole Gas-Liquid Separator Limits for Mud Anchor Above
Liquid Viscosity (cp) 0.9 Liquid Limit 145.6
Specific Gravity 0.89 Gas Limit 78.9
Bo (bbl/STB) 1.24

Tubing & Casing Data L/At


Outer Diameter (in) 2.875 3311.307
Inner Diameter (in) 2.441
Casing ID (in 5

Pumping Unit Data


Surface Stroke (in) 86
Speed (spm) 8
Surface Pump Rate q  0.1485( N ) Ap S p bbl/day
Anchored Tubing
where N  pump speed in strokes/min (spm)
(STB/Day)
85.6 A p  plunger area (in 2 )
68.5 S p  effective stroke length at the pump (inches)
mmended to increase production
E p  pump efficicency (fraction)
Q  qE p / Bo STB/day

Pump bbl/day @ 100%


154.9
143.5

40.83L2  U   D 
5.2 L LN Ap  L Li 
   i 1
n
eparator Limits for Mud Anchor Above the Perforations Sp  S   
bbl/day at pump depth E E  At Ari 
Mcf/day at pump depth
S p  pump stroke length (inches)
S  surface stroke length (inches)
L  pump depth (feet)
LN  net lift of the pump (feet)
  acceleration constant for the up and down stroke
SN 2
 up & down stroke assumed the same value
70,542
N  pumping speed (strokes/minute)
E  Young's Modulus  30x106 psi for steel
 L  specific gravity of the liquid
Ap  pump plunger area (in 2 )
At  metal area of the tubing (in 2 ), this term is not includ
Ar  rod area (in 2 )
i  subscript for each rod diameter used
d pC1.52
qs   1  0.14 N  453
Lp 
(spm) qs  slippage past the pump (bbl/day)
p  pressure differential across the plunger (psi)
mp (inches) N  pumping speed  spm 
d  plunger diameter (inches)
C  plunger clearance with the barrel (inches)
  fluid viscosity (cp)
Lp  plunger length (feet)

5.2 L LN Ap  L Li 
   i 1
n
 
E  At Ari 
ches)
nches)

et)
r the up and down stroke

ke assumed the same value

s/minute)
x106 psi for steel
quid
)
g (in 2 ), this term is not included for anchored tubing

ameter used
Liquid Viscosity Calculator

Enter data in yellow fields Select Correct Viscosity for Produced Fluid
Temperature 150 deg F Fluid
Oil API Gravity 28 deg API Water Only
Solution GOR 429.6 Scf/STBO Gas free oil
Water-Oil Ratio 1 BW/BO Oil with gas
Emulsion Water Fraction 0.1 if emulsion is present Water & Oil - no gas
Water Specific Gravity 1.02 Water, Oil, & Gas
Gas Specific Gravity 0.7 Emulsion - no gas
Bo 1.24 bbl/STB Emulsion with gas

Water Viscosity 0.4632214711 cp


Oil Viscosity 6.27 cp gas free oil 1.36 cp oil with gas
Z 2.46596
y 292.38830659
x 0.8613226457
A 0.4237980631
B 0.633375862
oil SG
Emulsion Live Emulsion Dead Emulsion Oil-gas SG
Water Vol. Fraction Viscosity (cp) Viscosity (cp)
0 1.36 6.27
0.01 1.39 6.42
0.02 1.42 6.58
0.05 1.53 7.07
0.1 1.71 7.90
0.2 2.09 9.65
0.3 2.49 11.53
0.4 2.93 13.54
0.5 3.39 15.67
0.6 3.88 17.92
0.7 4.39 20.30
ect Viscosity for Produced Fluid Type
Viscosity (cp)
0.5 Mixture Specific Gravity 0.89
6.3
1.4
3.4
0.9
7.9
1.7

0.8871473354
0.7683223967
Solution GOR (Rs) and Oil Formation Volume Factor (Bo) Calculator
Pressure is assumed to be below the bubble point.

Enter data in yellow fields


Separator Pressure (psi) 50
Separator Temperature (deg F) 100

Calculation Pressure (psi) 2600


Calculation Temperature (deg F) 150

Oil API Gravity (deg API) 28 corrected


Gas Specific Gravity 0.7 0.671187

Solution Gas-Oil Ratio (Rs) 429.61 Scf/STBO


Oil Formation Volume Factor (Bo) 1.24 bbl/STB

Oil gravity <= 30 deg API A 0.045902


Rs 429.61 F 3754.545
Bo 1.24

Oil gravity > 30 deg API


Rs 406.27
Bo 1.23
� �p � �
1  5.912 �105  API o  Ts log � s �
 gs   g � � (4.13)
� 114.7 �
� �
 gs  gas specific gravity at the reference pressure
 g  gas specific gravity measured at Ts and ps
API o  API oil gravity at Ts and ps API degrees 
Ts  separator or tank temperature  deg F 
ps  separator or tank pressure  psia 

For oil gravity �30 deg API: For oil gravity �30 degrees API:
 gs p1.0937
Bo  1.0  4.677 �10 4 Rs  1.751�10 5 F  1.8106 �
Rs 
27.64
 10 11.172 A
 (4.16)

For oil gravity >30 degrees API:


For oil gravity >30 deg API: Bo  1.0  4.677 �10 4 Rs  1.1�105 F  1.337 �10
 gs p1.187 Bo  oil formation volume factor  bbl/STB 
Rs 
56.06
 10
10.393 A
 (4.17)
�API �
Rs  solution gas-oil ratio at p and T  Scf/STBO  F   T  60  � o �
� gs �
� �
API o
A
T  460
T  calculation temperature  deg F 
p  calculation pressure  psia 
API:
751�105 F  1.8106 �10 8 Rs F (4.18)

API:
1�105 F  1.337 �109 Rs F (4.19)
factor  bbl/STB 