HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE & CALCULATIONS - E

A basic knowledge building course in Oil & Gas Industry.

starstarstarstarstar 5.0 (4 ratings)

Language: English

Instructors: AJAY VERMA

description

Hydrostatic Pressure

The course is designed as per IWCF/IADC Well-control course curriculum.  

The Course has  11 Concept videos and a Quiz to check learning outcomes. 

The pressure exerted by a fluid at equilibrium at a given point within the fluid, due to the force of gravity. Hydrostatic pressure increases in proportion to depth measured from the surface because of the increasing weight of fluid exerting downward force from above.

The pressure due to the liquid alone (i.e. the gauge pressure) at a given depth depends only upon the density of the liquid, the acceleration of gravity and the distance below the surface of the liquid.

Hydrostatic pressure (psi) = Depth (TVD-feet) x Mud density (ppg) x 0.052
(0.052 is a conversion constant)

  Instructor bio  

AJAY VERMA

Director / Assessor - Rigworld Multiservices

Ajay Verma is a Well Control and Well Intervention expert with a proven track record and is also known for helping, educating, and supporting students to build a strong Drilling & Well-control knowledge.

Ajay Verma is a founder/Director of Rig world Multi Services Pvt Ltd and erigworld.com a virtual learning platform. He is a recognized Assessor/Instructor by IWCF and IADC. His strong 23 years of hard-core Oil & Gas industry experience helps RigWorld to be a leader in the training industry. Most recently, he created many online technical contents. His innovative teaching techniques and use of animation helps students to learn and master the important knowledge-building skills,

course curriculum

How to Use

After successful purchase, this item would be added to your courses.You can access your courses in the following ways :

  • From the computer, you can access your courses after successful login
  • For other devices, you can access your library using this web app through browser of your device.

Reviews