StressCheck™ Casing Design Software
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Determine cost-effective casing and tubing designs quickly and accurately
Casing, liner, and tubing strings are a significant cost and safety component in all well construction operations. Operators need to be able to determine safe designs that are also cost-effective. Landmark’s StressCheck™ casing-design software takes the trial and error out of designing casing, liner, and tubing strings, and helps minimize the cost of well tubulars.
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Automatically generates lowest cost casing design
Using interactive graphics-based tools, StressCheck software enables quick, systematic, and accurate valuation of casing wear limits, minimum-cost design solutions, comprehensive tri-axial design, and working-stress design for burst, collapse, and axial installation and service-life loads. With StressCheck tools, it’s easy to complete designs using the minimum-cost design algorithm or the “click-and-drag” design element.
Convenient results configurations
Provides a design summary of minimum burst, collapse, axial, and tri-axial safety factors for each string and the full tubular program. Standard or user-configured report formats are available, along with user-defined preconfigured display tabs. On-screen results are in user-configurable, multi-page spreadsheet and plot formats.
Well engineering integration
All the results and analysis performed in the StressCheck software are stored in the Engineer’s Data Model™ (EDM™), the most widely used database for drilling and completions applications in the world. This data is available across the Landmark suite of drilling applications for other specific drilling, casing, or costing analysis. For example, bidirectional integration with WELLCAT™ casing design software enables sharing of fluid densities, cementing and landing data, applicable design parameters, and unidirectional limited integration of burst, collapse, and axial loads, single packer and pipe, and connections.