Petroleum and natural gas industries - Procedures for testing casing and tubing connections (ISO/DIS 13679:2009)

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Erdöl- und Erdgasindustrie - Prüfverfahren an Verbindungen für Futter- und Steigrohre (ISO/DIS 13679:2009)

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Start Date
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Foreword

This document (prEN ISO 13679:2009) 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 structures for petroleum, petrochemical and

natural gas industries”, the secretariat of which is held by AFNOR.
This document is currently submitted to the parallel Enquiry.
This document will supersede EN ISO 13679:2006.
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Petroleum and natural gas industries — Procedures for testing
casing and tubing connections

Industries du pétrole et du gaz naturel — Procédures de test des connexions pour tubes de cuvelage et de

production
[Revision of first edition (ISO 13679:2002)]
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Foreword .............................................................................................................................................................v

Introduction........................................................................................................................................................vi

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

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

3 Terms and definitions and symbols and abbreviations....................................................................2

3.1 Terms and definitions ...........................................................................................................................2

3.2 Symbols..................................................................................................................................................4

3.3 Abbreviations.........................................................................................................................................7

4 General requirements ...........................................................................................................................9

4.1 Connection data sheet..........................................................................................................................9

4.2 Quality control .......................................................................................................................................9

5 General test requirements..................................................................................................................10

5.1 Test classes .........................................................................................................................................10

5.2 Test matrix ...........................................................................................................................................11

5.3 Test programme ..................................................................................................................................20

5.4 Calibration and accreditation requirements.....................................................................................21

5.5 Material property tests........................................................................................................................22

5.6 Make–up and break–out procedures.................................................................................................23

5.7 Internal pressure leak detection ........................................................................................................25

5.8 Internal pressure leak trap device .....................................................................................................30

5.9 External pressure leak detection.......................................................................................................32

5.10 Data acquisition and test methods....................................................................................................36

5.11 Elevated temperature tests ................................................................................................................39

6 Connection test specimen preparation.............................................................................................40

6.1 General connection test objectives...................................................................................................40

6.2 Connection test specimen identification and marking....................................................................42

6.3 Connection test specimen preparation.............................................................................................42

6.4 Connection test specimen machining...............................................................................................44

6.5 Machining tolerances..........................................................................................................................45

6.6 Grooved torque shoulder ...................................................................................................................47

7 Test procedures...................................................................................................................................48

7.1 Principle ...............................................................................................................................................48

7.2 Make–up/break–out tests....................................................................................................................49

7.3 Test load envelope tests.....................................................................................................................51

7.4 Limit load tests ....................................................................................................................................71

7.5 Limit load test path..............................................................................................................................74

8 Acceptance criteria .............................................................................................................................76

8.1 Make–up and break–out tests ............................................................................................................76

8.2 Test load envelope tests.....................................................................................................................76

8.3 Limit load tests ....................................................................................................................................77

9 Test report............................................................................................................................................77

Annex A (normative) Connection data sheet.................................................................................................78

Annex B (informative) Test load envelope by Critical Cross Section Method............................................80

Annex C (normative) Data forms.....................................................................................................................86

Annex D (normative) Connection full test report ........................................................................................110

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Annex E (normative) Calculations for Pipe Body 100% Load Envelope and Test Load Point

Definitions ......................................................................................................................................... 115

Annex F (informative) Frame load range determination............................................................................. 133

Annex G (informative) Connection product line qualification ................................................................... 134

Annex H (informative) Special application testing...................................................................................... 142

Annex I (informative) Rationale for design basis........................................................................................ 149

Annex J (informative) Independent seal testing of connections with metal–to–metal and resilient

seals ................................................................................................................................................... 152

Annex K (informative) Summary of changes to ISO 13679:2002 as of April 2009................................... 155

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Foreword

ISO (the International Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide federation of national standards bodies

(ISO member bodies). The work of preparing International Standards is normally carried out through ISO

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International Standard requires approval by at least 75 % of the member bodies casting a vote.

Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of patent

rights. ISO shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights.

ISO 13679 was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 67, Materials, equipment and offshore structures

for petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries, Subcommittee SC 5, Casing, tubing and drill pipe.

This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition (ISO 13679:2002). Refer to Annex K for a listing of

the parts of this document that have been technically revised.

The “Highlighting in gray change–identification system” and the “Summary of changes” shown in informative

Annex K identify sections of this document where committee–agreed changes (additions, modifications,

and/or deletions) affecting the performance of the product(s) or the technical requirement(s) applicable to the

product(s) have been made from the previous edition of this International Standard. While efforts have been

made to ensure the accuracy and consistency of the application of the change–identification system, the user

of this International Standard is both: encouraged to consider the totality of the technical content of this

International Standard rather than those changes identified, and is ultimately responsible for recognizing any

differences between this and previous editions of the International Standard.

ISO/CS expressly disclaims any liability or responsibility for loss or damage resulting from inappropriate use of

this International Standard based on inaccuracy of the “change–identification system.

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Introduction

This International Standard is part of a process to provide reliable tubing and casing connections for the oil

and natural gas industry which are fit for purpose. It has been developed based on improvements to API

Recommended Practice 5C5 and proprietary test procedures, with input from leading users, manufacturers

and testing consultants from around the world. This International Standard represents the knowledge of many

years of testing and qualification experiences.

The validation of connection test load envelope and failure limit loads is relevant to design and tubing and

casing for the oil and natural gas industries. Tubing and casing are subject to loads which include internal

pressure, external pressure, axial tension, axial compression, bending torsion, transverse forces and

temperature changes. The magnitude and combination of these loads result in various pipe body and

connection failure modes. Although pipe body test and limit loads are well understood in general, the same

cannot be stated for the connection. These failure modes and loads are generally different and often less

than that of the pipe. Consequently experimental validation is required.

The validation of test and limit loads requires testing at the extremes of performance parameters to these

defined loads. Testing at the extremes of the performance parameters assures that the production population,

which falls within these limits will meet or exceed the performance of the test population. Thread connection

performance parameters include dimensional tolerances, mechanical properties, surface treatment, make–up

torque and the type and amount of thread compound. For typical proprietary connections, worst–case

tolerances are known and defined in this International Standard. For other connections design analysis is

required to define worst–case tolerance combinations.

Users of this International Standard should be aware that further or differing requirements might be needed for

individual applications. This International Standard is not intended to inhibit a vendor from offering, or a

purchaser from accepting, alternate equipment or engineering solutions for the individual application.. This

may be particularly applicable when there is innovative or developing technology. Where an alternative is

offered, the vendor should identify any variations from this International Standard and provide details.

This International Standard consists of the following major parts. Based on manufacturer's–supplied data

specified in Annex A and/or calculations in Annex B, tested are conducted in accordance with Clauses 4 to 8

and reported on the data forms given in Annex C. Annex D lists all the information that is to be provided in the

full test report. Annex E provides calculations for pipe body 100% load envelope and test load point

definitions. Annex F give an example of a load frame calibration. Annex G gives considerations for possible

connection product line qualifications. Annex H provides guidelines for supplemental tests, which may be

required for special applications. Annex I gives the design rationale for this International Standard. Annex J

gives requirements for connections that contain both a metal–to–metal seal and a resilient seal which are

tested separately.

Supplementary tests may appropriate for specific applications that are not evaluated by the tests herein. The

user and manufacturer should discuss well applications and limitations of the connection being considered.

Representatives of users and/or other third party personnel are encourages to monitor the tests. ISO 13679

covers the testing of connections for the most commonly encountered well conditions. Not all possible service

scenarios are included. For example, the presence of a corrosive fluid, which may influence the service

performance of a connection, is not considered.

This International Standard includes provisions of various nature. Theses are identified by the use of certain

verbal forms:

⎯ SHALL is used to indication that a provision is a REQUIREMENT, i.e. MANDATORY;

⎯ SHOULD is used to indicate that a provision is a RECOMMENDATION to be used as good practice, but

is not mandatory;
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⎯ MAY is used to indicate that a provision is OPTIONAL, i.e. indicate a course of action permissible withing

the limits of the document;
⎯ CAN is used to indicate statements of POSSIBILITY and CAPABILITY.
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Petroleum and natural gas industries — Procedures for testing
casing and tubing connections
1 Scope

This International Standard establishes minimum design verification testing procedures and test acceptance

criteria for casing and tubing connections for the oil and natural gas industries. These physical tests are part of

a design verification process and provide objective evidence that the connection conforms to the

manufacturer's claimed test load envelope and limit loads.
It categorizes test severity into four test classes.

This International Standard does not provide the statistical basis for risk analysis.

This International Standard addresses only three of the five distinct types of primary loads to which casing and

tubing strings are subjected in wells: fluid pressure (internal and/or external), axial force (tension or

compression), bending (buckling and/or wellbore deviation), as well as make–up torsion. It does not address

rotation torsion and non–axisymmetric (area, line or point contact) loads.

This International Standard specifies tests to be performed to determine the galling tendency, sealing

performance and structural integrity of casing and tubing connections. The words casing and tubing apply to

the service application and not to the diameter of the pipe.
2 Normative references

The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated

references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced

document (including any amendments) applies.

ISO 3183, Petroleum and natural gas industries — Steel pipe for pipeline transportation systems

ISO TR 10400, Petroleum and natural gas industries — Equations and calculations for the properties of

casing, tubing, drill pipe and line pipe used as casing or tubing

ISO 11960, Petroleum and natural gas industries — Steel pipes for use as casing or tubing for wells

ISO 13678, Petroleum and natural gas industries — Evaluation and testing of thread compounds for use with

casing, tubing and line pipe

ISO 13680, Petroleum and natural gas industries — Corrosion–resistant alloy seamless tubes for use as

casing, tubing and coupling stock — Technical delivery conditions

API TR 5C3, Technical Report on Equations and Calculations for Casing, Tubing, and Line Pipe used as

Casing or Tubing; and Performance Properties Tables for Casing and Tubing)

API Spec 5B, Specification for Threading, Gauging, and Thread Inspection of Casing, Tubing, and Line Pipe

Threads
API Spec 5L, Specification for Line Pipe

ASTM A370, Standard Testing Methods and Definitions for Mechanical Testing of Steel Products

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3 Terms and definitions and symbols and abbreviations
3.1 Terms and definitions

For the purposes of this document, the following terms, definitions, symbols and abbreviated terms apply.

3.1.1
100% pipe body load envelope

diagram containing the extremes of pipe body performance based on actual properties.

NOTE Pipe body performance is also known as VME yield or ISO TR 10400/API TR 5C3 for collapse.

3.1.2
ambient temperature
actual temperature of the test specimen located in the test lab room environment

NOTE For the last set of ambient mechanical cycles in TS–B and TS–C, set the temperature of the test specimen

(pipe and connection) to be ≤ 35 °C (95 °F).
3.1.3
axial–pressure load diagram

plot of pressure versus axial load showing pipe and/or connection test load envelope or limit load extremes

3.1.4
connection
one pin and its adjoining coupling side or integral box
3.1.5
connection leak
loss of pressure sealing integrity in the connection.
Note: See clause 8.2 for pressure sealing acceptance criteria.
3.1.6
diametrical interference

the outer diameter of the inner member minus the inner diameter of the outer member

3.1.7
failure load

load at which the pipe body or connection will fail catastrophically as in an axial separation, a rupture, large

permanent deformation (e.g. buckling or collapse) or loss of sealing integrity
3.1.8
galling

cold welding of contacting material surfaces followed by tearing of the metal during further sliding/rotation

NOTE 1 There are several degrees of galling used for repair and reporting purposes as defined in Clause 8.

3.1.9
interference

amount of overlap in diameter of mating members created by the design and tolerances of the members

3.1.10
leak/leakage

any positive displacement of test medium whether in the equipment or the connection

3.1.11
light galling
galling that can be repaired by the use of abrasive paper
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3.1.12
limit load

load combination extreme (axial load and/or pressure) which defines the failure conditions for the connection

or load combination resulting in large permanent deformation (such as buckling) prior to catastrophic failure

3.1.13
lot
lengths of pipe with
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