Halliburton eRedBook® Mobile 4+

Halliburton

Designed for iPad

    • 4.1 • 16 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Halliburton’s eRedBook® Mobile application is offered as a free download. It is derived from the Halliburton Cementing Tables, the industry-preferred data reference for calculations used in drilling, cementing and/or completing oil and gas wells. eRedBook® Mobile contains volume calculators as well as data from the American Petroleum Institute (API) for Casing, Tubing, Coil Tubing and Drill Pipe. With the Halliburton eRedBook you can:

• Have instant access to key dimensions and strengths for pipe, including collapse pressure, inner diameter and weight. 

• Look up specifications for your most frequently used tubulars to quickly calculate capacity and annulus volumes with just a few taps. 

• View volume measurements and calculations in Metric or British Imperial units (including custom configurations) represented in character and number format as appropriate.

• Calculate total volumes in a large range of units (barrels, cubic feet, gallons, cubic meters, liters and more) 

• Calculate volume per depth in multiple units (barrels per foot, gallons per foot, liters per meter, and more)
• Copy results with a single click. 
eRedBook® Mobile is simple to use and indispensable for the on the go field engineers, business development, and engineering students.

What’s New

Version 3.0

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

- Rebuilt the app using the Xamarin platform.
- Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Zach5278833652 ,

App functionality

One method that would greatly improve this app would be if you could put in the pressures you are needing to handle and the app could populate compatible tubing. If you could also open up the tables like they appear in the physical handbook, I believe that would greatly improve the value of this app!

P Slaw ,

Good App, Few Errors Though

I recently noticed that the app displays joint & body strength in units of (lbs/ft). This is a little confusing because the paper copy of the red book shows them in (lbs) which make since. A strength in (lbs/ft) doesn't make since. Not sure how someone missed that. Hopefully it can be addressed in an update.

Good app otherwise.

gfyom ,

Crash

It crashes nonstop

App Privacy

The developer, Halliburton, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

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