Proposed Path

  1. To revise IADD spec 1 by adding Part C as Performance testing (to be tackled after completing and publishing parts A and B)
    • What are the lessons from Canada??
    • Dyno results as an engineering tool.
    • Also as an educational tool to promote dialogue.
  2. Develop IADD specification number one
    • Part A is general dyno terminology and explanation
    • Part B is Function testing
      1. What it is
      2. Minimum requirement
      3. Testing Criteria – Testing to Qualify or Testing to Win?
  3. Comparison of available dynos
    • Have comparisons and pictures on the website
    • Recommended Safety Guidelines
    • Track Dyno Set-up parameters - establish guidelines. Calibration key - like on a log footer
  4.  Information posted on Specific Website - www.IADD-Mudmotor.org

  

Committee Members – Dan Langlinais - Overseer:

Bill Murray – Wenzel – Chair

  • Peach Holtzmann - Devon  
  • Trevor Pope - PV Fluid
  • Iain Belcher - Roper  
  • Samuel Collette - Turbo Drill
  • Samba Ba - Schlumberger
  • Daniel Alvarado - NOV
  • Nicholas Davaul - Dyna-Drill
  • Pete Cariveau - BasinTek          

 

Advisors

  • Floyd Felderhof – PXD
  • Braxton Minor – Concho
  • Ed Dew – IADD
  • Greg Szutiak - Arawak Energy
  • Bill Turner – APS
  • Dean Rutledge – Texas Dyno

First Draft - October 15

  • Give an 80% answer - API type brief

 

  • Get white paper out in a blog format so that we can get real-time feedback. Captures comments.

Final - December 15

  • Post Results after review –
  • Move on to the next step

Present Findings – Dyno on Trial – February 2016