Reed-Hycalog PDC Bit Technology Manual Table of Contents

Introduction Purpose of the Manual PDC Bit Applications PDC Bit Nomenclature 1. The Company 1.1 Brief Company History 1.2 Chronology of Significant Events 2. PDC Cutting Mechanism 2.1 PDC Cutting Action 2.2 Self-sharpening Wear 3. Materials and Processes 3.1 Cutter Technology 3.2 Bit Technology 4. Components 4.1 PDC 4.2 Posts 4.3 Inclined Posts 4.4 Cylinder Cutters 4.5 Gauge Protection Inserts 4.6 Diamond Impregnated Studs (Impregs) 4.7 Nozzles 5. PDC Bit Design 5.1 Profile 5.2 Profile Examples 5.3 Cutters 5.4 Hybrid Bits 5.5 Bit Body 5.6 Blades 5.7 Bit Gauge 5.8 Bi-centric and Eccentric Bit Designs

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4 H ycalog Quality Certification 7.3 Well Logs 8.5 Summary 9.1 PDC Bit Selection Guidelines 11.1 Economics 8.4 R ock Strength Analysis 8. PDC Bit Applications 8. Hycalog Bit Styles 10.4 Customer Report 9.2 Factors Related to Terminating a Bit Run 9.Manufacturing 6.5 Hydraulics 8. Quality System 7.2 Matrix Bodied Bits 7.1 Steel Bodied Bits 6.3 Specific Laboratory PDC Quality Tests 7. PDC Bit Running 9. Glossary Page 2 of 2 .2 Geology 8.1 R unning Procedure 9.Reed-Hycalog PDC Bit Technology Manual Table of Contents 5.2 H ycalog Quality System 7.3 Dull Grading a PDC Bit 9.6 Terms Related to Running Bits 10.6 Other Considerations 9.5 Closing the Quality Loop 8.9 Hydraulics and Bit Design 6.1 H ycalog Quality Policy 7.

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