Pumpcalc is a calculator to help petroleum engineers, and technicians size and estimate production of rod pumps.
It is designed to be used with the Microsoft Windows operating systems. Efficiency, runtime, pump bore size, stroke, speed, and displacement can each act as independant or dependant variables, allowing the user to manipulate any of the above to find an optimal pumping design. It is also able to load unit and pump information from your corporate database when the user enters ODBC connect information, and a query to retrieve the needed information. PumpCalc also accepts a well name as a command line parameter which may be useful when integrating on a toolbar of a larger applications. You may freely distribute pumpcalc. You may not disassemble or reverse engineer or incorporate into another work the software or its components
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