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API - API REPORT 92-72 - API RP 5C5 CLASS III TEST SUMMARY CONNECTION EVALUATION API PROPOSED TSA TUBING ON 2-7/8" - 6.5 PPF L80 PIPE Organization: API
Date: 1992-11-01
Description: Antigalling surface treatment--Pins and Boxes = Glass bead blast and air dry spray moly coat g. Thread compound = API High Pressure Modified, Shell 72732
API - API BULL 2520 - API BULLETIN ON USE OF VARIABLE-VAPOR-SPACE SYSTEMS TO REDUCE EVAPORATION LOSS Organization: API
Date: 1964-09-01
Description: In these systems, the usual daily outbreathing of vapor and inbreathing of air are minimized. API Bulletin 2513 defines breathing loss as "Vapors expelled from a tank because of the thermal expansion of existing vapors, and/or expansion caused by barometric pressure changes, and/or an increase in the amount of vapor from added vaporization in the absence of liquid level change, except that which results from boiling."
API - API REPORT OSAPR 2 COND. - CONDENSED VERSION OF DETECTION AND PREVENTION OF SAND EROSION OF PRODUCTION EQUIPMENT Organization: API
Date: 1976-05-01
Description: It is based on results of a literature survey, an industry questionnaire, personal interviews with oil company representatives concerning sand erosion problems, and laboratory tests to simulate sand erosion in the field for typical pipe fittings. Data from the laboratory tests of dry sand flowing in air are compared for various fittings, sand concentrations, and flow velocities.
API - API OSAPR 2 - CONDENSED VERSION OF DETECTION AND PREVENTION OF SAND EROSION OF PRODUCTION EQUIPMENT Organization: API
Date: 1976-05-01
Description: In order to alleviate sand erosion problems at a time when an adequate energy supply is essential for the welfare of our nation, a project was initiated at Texas A&M University by the American Petroleum Institute under the direction of the API Offshore Safety and Anti- Pollution Research Committee (OSAPR), chaired by Dr.
API - API PUBL 7103 - MANAGEMENT AND DISPOSAL ALTERNATIVES FOR NATURALLY OCCURRING RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL (NORM) WASTES IN OIL PRODUCTION AND GAS PLANT EQUIPMENT Organization: API
Date: 1997-11-01
Description: Since the radioactivity is generally low and of natural origin, its accumulation and significance were not noted and studied until recently. The American Petroleum Institute (API) has subsequently sponsored studies to characterize accumulations of naturally-occurring radioactivity in oil-field equipment, and to determine safe methods for their disposal.

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