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Presented by:

Handy Hermanjaya Setiawan (113120009)


Syaiful Aziz Nuruddin (113120068)
Aulia Novi Andini (113120069)
Prasidya Kharisma Ibrahim (113120076)

Casing Design
Introduction
The casing design process involves
three distinct operations:
1.The selection of the casing sizes
and setting depths;
2.The definition of the operational
scenarios which will result in burst,
collapse and axial loads
3.The calculation of the magnitude of
these loads and selection of an
appropriate weight and grade of
casing.

Casing Design
Calculate Loads on the Casing Axial Load
The axial load on the casing can be either tensile or compressive, depending on
the operating conditions.

Casing Design
Calculate Loads on the Casing Burst Pressure
The casing will experience a net burst loading if the internal radial load exceeds
the external radial load.

Casing Design
Calculate Loads on the Casing Collapse Pressure
The casing will experience a net collapse loading if the external radial load exceeds
the internal radial load. The greatest collapse load on the casing will occur if the
casing is evacuated (empty) for any reason.

Casing Design
Calculate Loads on the Casing Collapse Pressure
If external pressure exceeds internal pressure, the casing is subjected to collapse.
Such conditions may exist during cementing operations or well evacuation. Collapse
strength is primarily function of the materials yield strength and its slenderness
ratio, dn/t.

Casing Design
Collapse Pressure Regimes
Plastic collapse:
Plastic collapse is based on empirical data from 2,488 tests of K-55, N-80 and P-110
seamless casing. No analytic expression has been derived that accurately models
collapse behavior in this regime. The minimum collapse pressure for the plastic
range of collapse is calculated by equation (10).

F1
F2 F3
dn / t

PP Y

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Casing Design
Collapse Pressure Regimes
Transition Collapse:
Transition collapse is obtained by a numerical curve fitting between the plastic and
elastic regimes. The minimum collapse pressure for the plastic-to-elastic transition
zone is calculated by equation (11)

F4

F5
dn / t

PT Y

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Casing Design
Collapse Pressure Regimes
Elastic Collapse:
Elastic collapse is based on theoretical elastic instability failure; this criterion is
independent of yield strength and applicable to thin-wall pipe (dn/t > 25). The
minimum collapse pressure for the elastic range of collapse is calculated by using
equation (12)

46.95 10 6
PE
d n / t d n / t 1 2

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Most oilfield tubulars experience collapse in the plastic and transition regimes.

Casing Design
Combined Stress Effects

VME

1
2

z t 2 t r 2 r z 2

Where
Y minimum yield stress, psi
VME triaxial stress, psi
VME: Von Mises Equivalent
z, t, r axial tress, tangential
stress, and radial stress, psi

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Casing Design
Combined Stress Effects

As axial tension increases,


the

critical

increases

burst-pressure

and

the

critical

collapse-pressure decreases.
In

contrast,

as

the

axial

compression increases, the


critical

burst-pressure

decreases and the critical


collapse-pressure increases.