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Arnold, K. and Stewart, M. - Surface Production Operations (Volumen 2, 2nd Ed)

Arnold, K. and Stewart, M. - Surface Production Operations (Volumen 2, 2nd Ed)

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Surface Production perations
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DIS L IMER
This text contains descriptions, statements, equations, procedures,methodology, interpretations, and other
 written
 matter and information,
hereinafter
 collectively called
 contents,
that
 have
 been
 carefully consid-ered
 and
 prepared
 as a
 matter
 of
 general information.
 The
 contents
 aiebelieved
 to reliably
 represent
 situations
 and
 conditions that have occurred
 ui
could
 occur, but are not represented or guaranteed as to the accuracy orapplication
 to
 other
 conditions
 or
 situations. There
 are
 many variable
 condi-
tions
 in production facility design and related
 situations,
 and the authors
have
 no knowledge or control of their interpretation. Therefore, the
 contents
and
 all
 interpretations
 and
 recommendations made
 in
 connection herewithare presented solely as a guide for the user's consideration, investigation,
and
 verification.
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 warranties
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 expresse
or
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 connection therewith.
 The
 user
 is
 specifically cautioned,reminded, and advised that any use or interpretation of the contents and
resulting
 use or application thereof are made at the sole risk of the user. In
production
 facility
 design there
 are
 tnan>
 proprietary designs
 and
 tech-niques.
 We
 have
 tried
 to
 show
 designs
 and
 techniques
 in a
 generic
 nature
where
 possible.
 The
 user must assure
 himself
 that
 n
 actual situations
 il
 is
appropriate
 to use
 this generic
 approach.
 If the
 actual
 situation differs
 from
the
 generic situation
 in
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 or lies
 outside
 the
 bounds
 of assumptionsused in the
 various equations,
 the
 user
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