29 Oct I’m looking for someone who can assist me in an online course that limited in 2 hours assignment. Total assignment Question 21.? I should get 80% minimum to pass the course. which
I'm looking for someone who can assist me in an online course that limited in 2 hours assignment. Total assignment Question 21.
I should get 80% minimum to pass the course.
which mean 17 out of 21.
I'll be online with the tutor and it has to be live answering because there is a due time for the assignment.
I tried to Solve some but the tutor need to go through it all .
If not passing prepare to try another try.
not limited attempt, but number in question will change.
1 of 21
How many barrels of cement slurry are required to fill a 20 inch diameter well that is 1,500 feet deep?
3273 bbls 

583 bbls = 582.86 

3860 bbls 

None of the above 
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2 of 21
Disregarding the displacement caused by joints, how many gallons are required to fill the annular space between 6 inch OD casing and a wellbore that is 9 inches in diameter and 3,100 feet deep?
5691.6 gallons 

135.47 gallons 

1688.57 gallons 

None of the above= 68264.41558 
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3 of 21
Disregarding the displacement caused by joints, how many feet of 2.063 inch OD single string tubing could be cemented in a 5 ½ inch OD, 17 lb/ft casing with 1,100 cubic feet of slurry?
18065 feet 

10250 feet 

13079 feet 

None of the above=7759.147 
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4 of 21
Disregarding the displacement caused by joints, how many barrels of drilling mud are contained between a drillpipe with OD of 4.5 inchs and casing that is 8 5/8 inches, 49 lb/ft that is 4,100 feet long?
143.9 bbls 

116686 bbls 

808.9 bbls 

None of the above=215.636 
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5 of 21
What is the internal yield pressure (psi) of 2.375 inch, H40, 4 lb/ft nonupset tubing?
3500 psi 

5230 psi 

4920 psi 

None of the above=5520 
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6 of 21
What is the collapseresistance pressure (psi) of 2.875 inch, J55, data 3 lb/ft non upset tubing?
7680 psi 

9250 psi 

5280 psi 

None of the above 
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7 of 21
What is the salt percentage (BWOW) of a mixture containing 3.5 lb of salt and 2 gallons of water?
4.8% 

21% 

8.8% 

None of the above 
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8 of 21
How many pounds of water are there in 80 cubic feet?
4984.8 pounds 

666.4 pounds 

9.6 pounds 

None of the above=4992.8 
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9 of 21
How many gallons of water are there in 60 cubic feet?
7.2 gallons 

448.8 gallons 

499.8 gallons 

None of the above 
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10 of 21
How many gallons of water will a 4 foot diameter, 7 foot high cylindrical tank hold?
658.02 gallons 

1151.54 gallons 

87.96 gallons 

None of the above 
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11 of 21
A horizontal, rectangular tank is 12 feet long, 8 feet wide, and 5 foot high. It is filled with mud to a height of 2 feet. How many barrels of mud are in the tank?
64.167 bbls 

85.488 bbls 

34.195 bbls 

None of the above 
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12 of 21
A horizontal cylindrical tank is 5 feet in diameter and 12 feet in length. A measuring rod shows the fuel level of the tank to be 4.5 feet. How many gallons of fuel are in the tank?
1643 gallons 

1696 gallons 

2127 gallons 

None of the above=660 
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13 of 21
If the annulus of a 15,000 ft well is filled with 12.3 lb/gal slurry, what is the hydrostatic pressure at the bottom of the well?
12180 psi 

9585 psi 

1380150 psi 

None of these 
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14 of 21
The customer requests that a 16 percent KCl water be pumped for 165 barrels displacement fluid. How many pounds of KCl are required to be blended into this water to obtain 16 percent KCl by weight of solution? (Note: For most applications, salt solutions are calculated based on the weight of the water, this one is based on weight of solution.)
3143 lb 

182 lb 

11010 lb 

None of the above=11016 
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15 of 21
What section of the Redbook covers capacity of casings?
Section 221 

Section 122 

Section 210 

None of these 
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16 of 21
A tank that is 12 feet, 6 inches long, 30 feet, 2 inches wide, and 6 feet tall currently holds 2 feet of water. How many barrels of water will be required to fill this tank to capacity?
402.95 bbls 

268.63 bbls 

134.32 bbls 

None of these 
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17 of 21
The customer requests that you displace the combined capacity of tubing and annulus of a well with 9 5/8 inch, 36 lb/ft casing containing two strings of 2 7/8 inch, 8.6 lb/ft tubing run to a depth of 3,410 feet. What is the total number of barrels required to complete this job?
242.86 bbl 

240.951 bbl 

244.77 bbl 

None of these= 306.722472 
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18 of 21
What is the internal yield pressure of 5 1/2 inch, 23 lb/ft buttress threaded casing, grade C90?
11,110 psi 

10,340 psi 

10,120 psi 

None of these 
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19 of 21
How many linear feet will 95 barrels of 18.2 lb/gal mud cover in the annulus with 4.5 inch casing inside of 6 5/8 inch, 28 lb/ft casing?
7360.6 linear feet 

6970.15 linear feet 

1.23 linear feet 

None of the above =4136.279 
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20 of 21
How many linear feet of 7 5/8 inch 26.4 lb/ft extreme line casing will be cementing inside 13 3/8 inch 61 lb/ft casing using 24 sacks of cement with a yeild of 1.46 cu.ft./sk?
62.06 feet 

65.24 feet 

63.6 feet 

None of the above 
Question
21 of 21
If you want to achieve a pump rate of 5 1/2 bbl/min with an estimated pressure of 5,800 psi, how much horsepower will be necessary?
781.55 hhp 

13.02 hhp 

0.54 hhp 

None of the above 
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