Industries du pétrole et du gaz natruel — Équipement de fond de trou — Accessoires de complétion. STANDARD. ISO. First edition. Products covered under ISO , ISO , ISO , ISO , ISO , ISO , ISO ‑2, ISO , and ISO ‑1 are not included. STANDARD. ISO. First edition. Reference number. ISO (E). This is a free 6 page sample. Access the full version online.
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This International Standard is intended to give requirements and information to both parties in the selection, manufacture, testing and use 149998 completion accessories. This International Standard has been structured to allow for grades of increased requirements both in quality control and design validation. Quality grade Q3 is the minimum grade of quality offered by this product standard. Quality grade Q2 provides additional inspection and verification steps, and quality grade Q1 is the highest grade provided.
The complexity and severity of the validation testing increases as the grade number decreases. Users of this International Standard should be aware that requirements above those outlined in this International Standard may be needed for individual applications. This may be particularly applicable where there is innovative or developing technology.
This International Standard provides requirements for the functional specification, technical specifications including; design, design verification and validation, materials, documentation and data control, repair, shipment, and storage.
Installation and maintenance of these products are outside the scope of this International Standard. This standard does not cover the connections to the well conduit. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document including any amendments applies. ISOSampling procedures for inspection by attributes — Part 1: Inside diameters, cross sections, tolerances and size identification 41998 ISOFluid power systems — O-rings — Part 3: Quality acceptance criteria ISOQuality management systems — Fundamentals and vocabulary ISONon-destructive testing — Qualification and certification of personnel ISOPetroleum and natural gas industries — Steel pipes for use as casing or tubing for wells ISOall partsPetroleum and natural gas industries — Materials for use in H2S — containing environments in oil and gas production 3 Terms and definitions For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in ISO and the following apply.
ISO CD 3. These requirements and operating conditions may be conveyed by means of a dimensional drawing, data sheet or other 1499 documentation.
This is not meant to be an all inclusive list of completion accessories covered by this standard, just a representative sample. Completion accessories may have multiple functionalities, they have been listed here based on the primary functionality.
Otherwise, material compatibility shall be specified according to 5. This International Standard provides seven standard design validation grades V6 to V0as defined in 6. The single specified design validation grade applies to all validation testing per Annex A thru Annex D, as applicable. ISO CD 5. ISO CD b heat treatment conditions; c mechanical-property limits: The material sample shall experience the same heat treatment process isi the component it qualifies.
The hardness results shall verify through documented correlation that the mechanical properties of the material tested meet the properties specified. The heat treatment process parameters shall be defined in a heat treatment procedure. Hardness testing is the only mechanical-property test required after stress relieving. Material test reports provided by the material supplier or the manufacturer are acceptable documentation when validated.
For completion accessories validated to grades V4 thru V0, a rated performance envelope is required. An example envelope is illustrated in Figure 1. The area within the boundaries defines the rated performance envelope. The lines forming the boundary of the envelope are defined as the maximum operational limits for the products.
Metal mechanical properties over the temperature range shall be considered when determining performance ratings.
Rated performance envelopes shall meet the following criteria. For example, various shear device options can be displayed, as shown in 1998 2. If the envelope covers two or more products that are used together down-hole, then this shall be stated on the envelope. ISO CD Key X1 pressure, expressed in megapascals 3 envelope for 20 daN 44 lb shear ring X2 pressure, expressed in pounds per square inch 1 envelope for 25 daN 56 lb shear ring Y1 force, expressed in decanewtons a External Y2 force, expressed in pounds b Internal 1 envelope for 10 daN 22 lb shear ring c Compression 2 envelope for 15 daN 33 lb shear ring d Tensile Figure 2 — Example of shear device options 6.
Design verification includes activities such as design reviews, design calculations, comparison with similar designs and historical records of defined operating conditions.
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Verification results shall be approved by qualified person and records of the results shall become a portion of the design documentation. Products shall be supplied to at least the design validation grade specified. Validation test results and dimensional test results shall be approved by a qualified person other than the person performing them and records of the results shall become a portion of the design documentation.
The validation grades are summarized in Table 1. The levels of design validation are consistent with the requirements in the corresponding design validation grades specified ido ISO Table 1 — Design validation grades Validation Annex A: Test data shall identify the leak rate for the duration of the subject test.
If no leakage occurred, this shall be clearly stated. Graduated cylinders for accumulated gas shall be at atmospheric pressure. If ixo completion accessory is also rated for any of the other functionalities listed in Table 1, then the requirements of these annexes shall also be met for the same validation grade as the Annex A testing.
Annex B-D testing shall follow after Annex A testing and can be included in a single test procedure if applicable. Completion accessories shall not be rated for any of the functionalities covered by Annexes B-D without meeting the validation test requirements of the appropriate Annex for the same validation grade as the Annex A testing.
A design that undergoes a substantive change becomes a new design requiring design verification as specified in 6.
Design changes identified as non-substantive shall include documented justification. ISO CD Changes to a component or series of components may be identified as a substantive change and require design validation. This may be done by testing only the component or series of components, rather than the entire assembly. The test shall adequately simulate the loading conditions that would be present if the entire assembly were tested.
Evaluation results shall be approved by qualified person other than the person performing them and records of the results shall become a portion of the design documentation. This applies to products validated to grade V5 through grade V0, in accordance with 6. These include requirements for documentation and data control, product identification, quality control, functional testing, repair, redress, shipping, and storage.
These documents and data shall be maintained to demonstrate conformance to specified requirements.
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All documents and data shall be legible and shall be stored and retained in such a way that they are readily retrievable in facilities that provide a suitable environment to prevent damage or deterioration and to prevent loss.
Documents and data may be in any form of type of media, such as hard copy or electronic media. All documentation and data associated with design verification, design validation and design change justification shall be maintained for ten years after date of last manufacture.
Quality control documentation includes all documents and data necessary to demonstrate conformance to 7.
ISO CD 7. Operating manuals shall contain at least the following information: The following information shall be included as a minimum: Products shall be supplied to at 144998 the quality control grade specified.
Quality control requirements are detailed in 7. When a furnace is repaired or rebuilt, a new survey shall be required before heat 1498.
Calibration intervals shall then be established based on repeatability, degree of usage and documented calibration history. A test specimen manufactured from each batch may 14998 used.
Sampling procedures shall 1499 be established based on the documented variation history. Functional test data shall be recorded, dated and signed by the qualified person performing the tests. ID drift shall only apply to completion accessory IDs not designed as sealing surfaces sealbores. Drift bar diameter shall match the rated drift diameter of the completion accessory.
Drift bar dimensions shall meet the requirements specified in ISO OD dimensional inspection shall verify that the entire OD of the assembly is less than, or equal to, the maximum specified OD. End connections are specifically excluded from this requirement. This control shall provide for identification, documentation, evaluation, segregation when applicableand disposition of non-conforming assemblies or components. Technologies for measuring and testing equipment with verifiable accuracies equal to or better than those listed in this International Standard may be applied with appropriate documentation and when approved by qualified person.
Pressure-measuring devices shall be: Calibration intervals for pressure-measuring devices shall be a maximum of three months until documented calibration history can be established. Personnel performing visual examinations shall have kso annual eye examination in accordance with an international or national standard such as ISOas applicable to ido discipline to be performed.
These specifications shall address the protection of: