Petroleum and natural gas industries - Pumping units - Specification (ISO/DIS 10431:2006)

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Erdöl- und Erdgasindustrien - Tiefpumpenantriebe - Anforderungen (ISO/DIS 10431:2006)

Industries du pétrole et du gaz naturel - Unités de pompage - Spécifications (ISO/DIS 10431:2006)

Industrija nafte in zemeljskega plina - Črpalne enote - Specifikacija (ISO/DIS 10431:2006)

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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
oSIST prEN ISO 10431:2007
01-februar-2007
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Petroleum and natural gas industries - Pumping units - Specification (ISO/DIS
10431:2006)
Erdöl- und Erdgasindustrien - Tiefpumpenantriebe - Anforderungen (ISO/DIS
10431:2006)

Industries du pétrole et du gaz naturel - Unités de pompage - Spécifications (ISO/DIS

10431:2006)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: prEN ISO 10431
ICS:
23.080 ýUSDONH Pumps
75.180.10 Oprema za raziskovanje in Exploratory and extraction
odkopavanje equipment
oSIST prEN ISO 10431:2007 en

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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EUROPEAN STANDARD
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prEN ISO 10431
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October 2006
ICS 23.080; 75.180.99
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Petroleum and natural gas industries - Pumping units -
Specification (ISO/DIS 10431:2006)
Industries du pétrole et du gaz naturel - Unités de pompage
- Spécifications (ISO/DIS 10431:2006)

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Foreword

This document (prEN ISO 10431:2006) has been prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC

67 "Materials, equipment and offshore structures for petroleum and natural gas industries" in

collaboration with Technical Committee CEN/TC 12 "Materials, equipment and offshore

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DRAFT INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ISO/DIS 10431
ISO/TC 67/SC 4 Secretariat: ANSI
Voting begins on: Voting terminates on:
2006-10-26 2007-03-26

INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR STANDARDIZATION • МЕЖДУНАРОДНАЯ ОРГАНИЗАЦИЯ ПО СТАНДАРТИЗАЦИИ • ORGANISATION INTERNATIONALE DE NORMALISATION

Petroleum and natural gas industries — Pumping units —
Specification
Industries du pétrole et du gaz naturel — Unités de pompage — Spécifications
[Revision of first edition (ISO 10431:1993)]
ICS 75.180.10
ISO/CEN PARALLEL ENQUIRY

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ISO/DIS 10431
Contents Page

Foreword .........................................................................................................................................................vi

Introduction....................................................................................................................................................vii

1 Scope...................................................................................................................................................1

2 Normative references .........................................................................................................................1

3 Terms and definitions.........................................................................................................................2

4 Abbreviations and symbols ...............................................................................................................3

5 Product requirements.........................................................................................................................7

5.1 Functional requirements ...............................................................................................................7

5.2 Technical requirements.................................................................................................................8

5.2.1 General ......................................................................................................................................8

5.2.2 Stroke and torque factors ........................................................................................................8

5.2.3 Design requirements ................................................................................................................8

5.2.4 Design documentation .............................................................................................................8

5.2.5 Design changes ........................................................................................................................8

6 Beam pump structure requirements..................................................................................................9

6.1 General ...........................................................................................................................................9

6.2 Design loads for all structural members except walking beams ...............................................9

6.3 Design stresses for all structural members except walking beams, bearing shafts, and

cranks .............................................................................................................................................9

6.4 Design loads for walking beam...................................................................................................10

6.5 Maximum allowable stress for walking beams..........................................................................10

6.6 Other structural components......................................................................................................12

6.6.1 Shafting ...................................................................................................................................12

6.6.2 Hanger .....................................................................................................................................12

6.6.3 Horseheads .............................................................................................................................12

6.6.4 Cranks .....................................................................................................................................13

6.7 Structural bearing design............................................................................................................13

6.7.1 General ....................................................................................................................................13

6.7.2 Anti-friction bearings..............................................................................................................13

6.7.3 Sleeve bearings ......................................................................................................................13

6.8 Brakes...........................................................................................................................................14

7 Speed reducer requirements............................................................................................................14

7.1 General .........................................................................................................................................14

7.2 Gear reducers...............................................................................................................................14

7.2.1 General ....................................................................................................................................14

7.2.2 Standard sizes, peak torque ratings and speed ...................................................................14

7.2.3 Rating factors..........................................................................................................................15

7.2.4 Metallurgy................................................................................................................................30

7.2.5 Residual stress .......................................................................................................................30

7.2.6 Minimum effective case depths .............................................................................................30

7.3 Chain reducers.............................................................................................................................34

7.3.1 Design......................................................................................................................................34

7.3.2 Rating Factors.........................................................................................................................34

7.3.3 Metallurgy................................................................................................................................34

7.3.4 Dimensions .............................................................................................................................34

7.3.5 Alignment ................................................................................................................................34

7.3.6 Peak Torque Rating ................................................................................................................34

7.4 Components.................................................................................................................................35

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7.4.1 Housing ...................................................................................................................................35

7.4.2 Bearings ..................................................................................................................................35

7.4.3 Sleeve bearings ......................................................................................................................35

7.4.4 Anti-friction bearings..............................................................................................................35

7.4.5 Shafts.......................................................................................................................................35

7.4.6 Key stresses............................................................................................................................36

7.4.7 Peak loading (overloads)........................................................................................................37

7.4.8 Fastener stresses ...................................................................................................................38

7.4.9 Special seals and breathers...................................................................................................39

8 Product identification .......................................................................................................................39

8.1 Structure name plate ...................................................................................................................39

8.2 Speed reducer name plate ..........................................................................................................39

8.3 Installation markings ...................................................................................................................40

8.4 Supplier/manufacturing requirements .......................................................................................40

8.4.1 Quality control ........................................................................................................................40

8.4.2 Data sheet................................................................................................................................40

9 Storage and maintenance.................................................................................................................40

9.1 Shipping and handling ................................................................................................................40

9.1.1 General ....................................................................................................................................40

9.1.2 Packaging................................................................................................................................41

9.1.3 Storage ....................................................................................................................................41

9.1.4 Handling and transport ..........................................................................................................41

9.2 Lubrication ...................................................................................................................................41

Annex A (normative) Pumping unit designations ......................................................................................42

Annex B (informative) Recommended data forms .....................................................................................44

B.1 Rating form for crank counterbalances .....................................................................................44

B.2 Stroke and torque factors ...........................................................................................................45

B.3 Gear reducer data sheet..............................................................................................................46

Annex C (informative) Torque factor on pumping units with rear mounted geometry class I lever

systems with crank counterbalance................................................................................................48

C.1 General .........................................................................................................................................48

C.2 Symbols........................................................................................................................................48

C.3 Method of calculation ..................................................................................................................49

C.3.1 Torque factors.........................................................................................................................49

C.3.2 Submission form.....................................................................................................................49

C.3.3 Data submission .....................................................................................................................50

C.3.4 Calculation method.................................................................................................................50

C.4 Application of torque factors ......................................................................................................51

C.4.1 General ....................................................................................................................................51

C.4.2 Changes due to structural unbalance...................................................................................51

C.4.3 Polish rod effects....................................................................................................................51

C.4.4 Rotary counterbalance moment ............................................................................................51

C.4.5 Torque determination.............................................................................................................52

C.4.6 Alternative crank rotation.......................................................................................................53

C.4.7 Alternative techniques ...........................................................................................................53

C.4.8 Geometrical influences ..........................................................................................................53

C.4.9 Interpolation............................................................................................................................53

Annex D (informative) Torque factor on pumping units with front mounted geometry class III lever

systems with crank counterbalance................................................................................................58

D.1 General .........................................................................................................................................58

D.2 Symbols........................................................................................................................................58

D.3 Method of calculation ..................................................................................................................59

D.3.1 Torque factors.........................................................................................................................59

D.3.2 Submission form.....................................................................................................................60

D.3.3 Data submission .....................................................................................................................60

D.3.4 Calculation method.................................................................................................................60

D.4 Application of torque factors ......................................................................................................61

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D.4.1 General ....................................................................................................................................61

D.4.2 Changes due to structural unbalance...................................................................................61

D.4.3 Polished rod effects................................................................................................................61

D.4.4 Rotary counterbalance moment ............................................................................................61

D.4.5 Torque determination.............................................................................................................62

D.4.6 Alternative techniques ...........................................................................................................63

D.4.7 Geometrical influences ..........................................................................................................63

D.4.8 Interpolation............................................................................................................................63

Annex E (informative) Torque factor on pumping units with front mounted geometry class III lever

system with air counterbalance.......................................................................................................66

E.1 General .........................................................................................................................................66

E.2 Symbols........................................................................................................................................66

E.3 Method of calculation ..................................................................................................................67

E.3.1 Torque factors.........................................................................................................................67

E.3.2 Submission form ....................................................................................................................67

E.3.3 Data submission .....................................................................................................................67

E.3.4 Calculation method.................................................................................................................68

E.4 Application of torque factors ......................................................................................................69

E.4.1 General ....................................................................................................................................69

E.4.2 Changes due to structural unbalance...................................................................................69

E.4.3 Alternative crank rotation ......................................................................................................70

E.4.4 Alternative techniques ...........................................................................................................70

E.4.5 Geometrical influences ..........................................................................................................70

E.4.6 Interpolation............................................................................................................................70

Annex F (informative) Torque factor on pumping units with rear mounted geometry class I lever

systems with phased crank counterbalance ..................................................................................73

F.1 General .........................................................................................................................................73

F.2 Symbols........................................................................................................................................73

F.3 Method of calculation ..................................................................................................................74

F.3.1 Torque factors.........................................................................................................................74

F.3.2 Submission form ....................................................................................................................74

F.3.3 Data submission .....................................................................................................................75

F.3.4 Calculation method.................................................................................................................75

F.4 Application of torque factors ......................................................................................................76

F.4.1 General ....................................................................................................................................76

F.4.2 Changes due to structural unbalance...................................................................................76

F.4.3 Polished rod effects................................................................................................................76

F.4.4 Rotary counterbalance moment ............................................................................................76

F.4.5 Torque determination.............................................................................................................77

F.4.6 Alternative techniques ...........................................................................................................78

F.4.7 Geometrical influences ..........................................................................................................78

F.4.8 Interpolation............................................................................................................................78

Annex G (informative) Examples for calculating torque ratings for pumping unit reducers ...................82

G.1 Illustrative example, pitting resistance ......................................................................................82

G.2 Illustrative example, bending strength.......................................................................................83

G.2.1 General ....................................................................................................................................83

G.2.2 Pinion.......................................................................................................................................83

G.2.3 Gear .........................................................................................................................................84

G.3 Illustrative example, static torque ..............................................................................................84

Annex H (informative) System Analysis .......................................................................................................86

H.1 System analysis...........................................................................................................................86

Annex I (informative) Prod
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