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This training includes API standardization, British Standards and ASTM Standard procedures that ensure appropriate notification and learning in these topics. It necessarily addresses problems of a general nature. Also, this training explain requirements and gives recommendations for six classes of well cements, and two classes of composite well cements including their chemical and physical requirements, and procedures for physical testing.
What Do Participants Learn?
Update the chemical and physical analysis to perform the physical test as per latest version of the standard
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What Will the Learning Experience Include?
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**A half-day site visit for integrating the experience & plan next steps. Opportunities to provide connections, ideas & support.
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Introduction to British Standards, APE 10A and ASTM
Terminology and definitions
Application of the API Monogram.
Use of Metric SIand US Customary Units
Specification, Chemical,and physical requirements
Sampling Frequency, Timing of Tests,and Equipment SamplingProcedure
Preparation of Slurry for Free-fluid, Compressive Strength and Thickening-time Tests.
Apparatus and Procedure
Calculation of Percent Free-Fluid Acceptance Requirements