RESEARCH CONCERNING THE MOVEMENT EQUATION OF THE MECHANISM OF THE CONVENTIONAL SUCKER ROD PUMPING UNITS
Establishing and then solving the movement equation of the mechanism of the conventional sucker rod pumping units allows determining the variation on the cinematic cycle of the angular speed of the cranks as a dynamic response to the motor and resistant actions on the component elements. The evaluation as accurate as possible of the dynamic response depends on a more precise determination of the variation on the cinematic cycle of the synthesis parameters that occur in the movement equation of the mechanism of the pumping units. In the paper is established the movement equation of the mechanism of the conventional pumping units and are presented a series of results regarding the variation on the cinematic cycle of some synthesis parameters in the case of the mechanism of a C-640D-305-120 pumping unit. Experimental records have been processed with the Total Well Management program and the simulations have been performed with a computer program developed by the author using the Maple programming environment.
Keywords: sucker rod pumping unit, dynamics, movement equations, synthesis parameters