GEORGETA TOMA RESEARCH CONCERNING THE DYNAMIC MODEL OF THE CONVENTIONAL SUCKER ROD PUMPING UNITS
The study of the dynamic model of the conventional sucker rod pumping units requires first determining the variation on the cinematic cycle of the synthesis parameters (the reduced moment and the reduced mass moment of inertia) and then the variation of the angular speed of the cranks, in response to the dynamic and resistant actions on the component elements that appear during operation. The paper presents the way of determining the variation on the cinematic cycle of the synthesis parameters of the dynamic model corresponding to the conventional pumping unit mechanism and of the variation of the angular speed of its cranks. The experimental records have been processed with the Total Well Management program. The simulations have been performed with a computer program developed by the author using the Maple programming environment.
Keywords: conventional sucker rod pumping unit, dynamic model, synthesis parameters