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Advances in Artificial Lift Techniques
by: Various Authors — Added 11/9/2009 12:00:00 AMWinkler Library - Art. Lift Information


This is a two-day conference on advances in Artificial Lift, held in the Aberdeen Marriott Hotel, in Aberdeen, Scotland, in November, 1996.

Flow of Fluids Through Valves, Fittings, and Pipe
by: Engineering and Research Division, Crane Company, Chicago — Added 6/12/2009 11:59:05 AMWinkler Library - Art. Lift Information


This is a Technical Paper covering the flow of fluids through Valves, Fittings, and Pipe.

Fundamentals of Tertiary Oil Recovery
by: Herbeck, EF, Heintz, RC, Hastings, JR — Added 11/5/2009 6:03:48 PMWinkler Library - Art. Lift Information


This is a document prepared by Atlantic Richfield Company in 1977 on the subject of Tertiary Oil Recovery

HP 41C Petroleum Fluids Pac
by: The Petroleum Engineering Unit Managementy Sysytem — Added 11/5/2009 7:17:00 PMWinkler Library - Art. Lift Information


This document describes the HP 41C programs to calculate Petroleum Engineering properties.

Oil and Gas Production, and It's Engineering Problems
by: Author(s) Unknown — Added 11/5/2009 12:00:00 AMWinkler Library - Art. Lift Information


This is a summary produced by Humble Oil and Refining Company (forerunner of ExxonMobil Company) on the various challenges in producing oil and gas.

PETR 3033 Fracturing Lecture
by: Author(s) Unknown — Added 11/10/2009 2:59:39 PMWinkler Library - Art. Lift Information


This is information from a Petroleum Engineering Course (probably at Texas Tech University) on Hydraulic Fracturing.

Production Rules of Thumb Notebook
by: Author(s) Unknown — Added 11/5/2009 7:48:52 PMWinkler Library - Art. Lift Information


This document contains a "gold mine" of rules of thumb for various oil and gas production calculations and processes.

Sonolog Accoustic Well Sounder
by: Alexanger Wolf — Added 11/10/2009 6:55:42 PMWinkler Library - Art. Lift Information


The attached printed brochure on Model D-4 SONOLOG describes the reasons for various
features of the the instrument, and lists the applications of acoustic sounding.

The Technical Editor Speaks
by: Author(s) Unknown — Added 11/5/2009 12:00:00 AMWinkler Library - Art. Lift Information


This booklet explains the mechanical properties of metals and alloys so that it helps the reader to understand how he can compare and judge their values for practical applications, then it fulfills its intended purpose.

It does not presume to be an exhaustive discussion of physical metallurgy. It does not undertake to explain all the technical terms and testing procedures that are used for measuring the
mechanical properties of materials. Such a scope would be quite outside what is ordinarily needed for a practical working knowledge of metal properties.

Its whole purpose is to serve the reader as a handy tool chest of the technical yardsticks and gauges which are most generally useful to anyone who specifies, or works, or uses metals.