Mechanical property evolution and service life prediction of pultruded carbon/glass hybrid rod exposed in harsh oil-well condition

Volume: 246, Pages: 112418 - 112418
Published: Aug 1, 2020
Abstract
A glass fiber shell (GFS) and carbon fiber core (CFC) hybrid rod (HFRP) was produced through pultrusion technology for an alternative to traditional steel sucker rod for petroleum production. The mechanical properties of a really used HFRP rod closed to the ground (25 °C exposed temperature, 0.5 MPa hydraulic pressure and ~70 kN cyclic loading) and in the deep oil-well up to 2600 m (90 °C exposed temperature, 18 MPa hydraulic pressure and ~50 kN...
Paper Details
Title
Mechanical property evolution and service life prediction of pultruded carbon/glass hybrid rod exposed in harsh oil-well condition
Published Date
Aug 1, 2020
Volume
246
Pages
112418 - 112418
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