Why sucker rods fail (English)

in Oil and Gas Journal ; 61 , n 32 ; p 109-112

Sucker-rod failure mechanisms and ways of avoiding them; particular attention is paid to handling, running, pulling practices, material selection, and recent improvements; practically all rod failures are result of misapplication, mishandling, or are service induced; failures due to faulty steel are rare; factors that influence endurance level of steel; sucker-rod body, pin, and coupling failures are fatigue breaks caused by high order of cyclic stress variations at or above endurance limit, as governed by operating conditions. (See also - n 31 Aug 5 1963 p 94-8)

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  • Title:
    Why sucker rods fail
  • Additional title:
    Oil Gas J
  • Author / Creator:
  • Journal / Series:
  • Volume:
    61
  • Issue:
    n 32
  • Page:
    p 109-112
  • Publisher:
    Engineering Index Backfile
  • Year of publication:
    1963
  • Size:
    4 pages
  • Type of media:
    Article (Journal)
  • Type of material:
    Print
  • Language:
    English
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