Eneroil Software calculates the centralizer placement, casing standoff and torque and drag. It analyses and recommends the minimum number of centralizers to define string placement, considering standoff criteria, torque or drag reduction requirements or optimum positioning due to high load areas. The simulations can also accommodate casing floatation and air section length optimization as well as Casing deflection and centralizer compression
Casing centralization is one of the key elements to ensure the quality of a cementing job. It does so by preventing mud channelling and poor zonal isolation. While centralizers are used extensively, well problems continue to arise due to poor cementing jobs. The challenge that both operators and service companies face is to choose the right type of centralizers and place the correct amount of them in the optimum position on the casing to achieve a good standoff profile. Eneroil software optimizes the centralizer placement, predicts casing standoff and torque and drag for ERD or deviated wellbores. It determines the number and placement of centralizers using one of the four modes: "specify spacing", “specify location”, "specify standoff" and "optimum" for bow-spring, rigid, semi-rigid, and solid centralizers.