About Knowledge Apps (kApps)
Knowledge Apps are the modern way to learn a skill, be provided with information, and stream video content in an easy to use format. Knowledge Apps utilize high definition video and instructor-led teaching methods to provide you with a world class learning experience. Each kApp contains advanced functionality that allows you to easily navigate and search for information contained within each kApp or all of your kApps as a whole. This gives you the ability to access the exact information you need, when you need it.
kApp Key Features:
-Streaming High-Definition Video
-Easy to Use Controls and Navigation
-Indexed Course Material
-Advanced Search Features
-Available Anywhere with an Internet Connection
About Retrieve - Provider of kApps
Retrieve is the leading provider of high-impact low-cost training, informational, and communication apps. There are many reasons that set us apart from the competition. The main one being that we offer the same level of content as other providers, we just offer it for much less and with better features. You can compare features, content, and price but when it comes down to it, Retrieve has the combination that cannot be beat.
The app is very easy to use. Users can scroll down to the calculation and click, then they will see the input cells. Once the input cells are input, click a “Calculate” to figure out the result or a “Clear” to delete input data.
i would like to get suggestions from the users to improve Rig as much as possible.
we will be using only use full information and do not take long description for any of content in rig.
we are making rig construction from basic to advanced level so beginners can get knowledge before proceeding towards advanced level. so we are focusing beginners with easy writing.
we will also including major important subjects in our software like IWCF (International Well Control Certificate),Kill sheet information and for Safety related information up to supervisor level and will include formula calculations inside the Rig.
in short Rig is a software which can give you all of information which you required to work on rig and for the interview too.
Contents (Rig basics, rig equipment, killsheet, kill sheet, well control, iwcf, rig abbreviations and more)
Pool - Drill - Drills - Instruction - Instructor - Billiards - 8 Ball - 9 Ball - 10 Ball - One Pocket - Straight - 14.1 - Safety - Safeties - Defense - Defensive - Pro Skill
INCLUDED ANIMATIONS & CONTENT
1. Intro to Drilling & Completions
2. Mud Circulation System
Mud Pushed Down
Mud Pushed Up
3. Kick Theory
Fluid Pressure Everywhere
Formation Pressure Gradient
Annular Friction Loss
Boyle's Law in the Well
Gas Migration During Shut-In
4. Causes of Kicks
Lost Circulation Causing a Kick
Tripping out without Trip Tank
Annular Gas Flow
5. Well Control Equipment
Pipe Ram Preventer
Blind Ram Preventer
Blind Shear Ram Preventer
Mud Gas Separator
6. Kick Procedures & Methods
Tripping out with Trip Tank
Choke Line & Valve
Abnormal Circulating Path
Wait and Weight Method
“I am old school oilfield, a 45 year veteran and I am certified as an IADC and IWCF well control instructor. I am always looking for new and improved ways to get the personnel adequately trained and prepared for the oilfield and what you have is very good for entry level and junior personnel. Did I mention that what impressed me the most is the animations, this is the way to demonstrate, not on a whiteboard or PPT presentation, animations - more animations. I applaud you for the content and effort.
-Stan Herring, IADC and IWCF Well Control Instructor, Australia, Indonesia
Must Have App to help you Study Petroleum Engineering or even if you are already a Petroleum Engineer you can still Review & Learn about Petroleum Engineering, Oil Drilling, Pump jack/Oil Field Pump Mechanics, Reservoir engineering, Well engineering and Gasoline Refining on your Phone or Tablet!
Thanks for Downloading Petroleum Engineering & Drilling - Study Test/Exam Book App 2015 & Enjoy!
Drill, Spill, Repeat? is a campaign focused on The Gulf Oil Disaster: 4 Years Later. Use this app to:
- Gain information
- Connect with resources
- Participate in Drill, Spill, Repeat activities
Author: Walter Danny Degler
Copyright © July 2015
HearChords is a program designed to help train the ear to recognize chords played on a banjo. The goal is to be able to play backup to a song without the benefit of a known chord progression
and perhaps only a hint of the melody.
There is a banjo intro which can be played in a selected key.
Selected chords or individual notes may be played from notation indicating either sharps or flats.
A quiz can be taken where notes commonly used in a selected key will be played one at a time randomly from the I, IV, V7 chords or, in addition, from the IIm, VIm and I7 chords. You may select that the chords to be played from one, two or three pitch levels. You can select the name of the chord you believe you heard. An indication of whether your answer is correct will be shown along with the correct answer and a tab diagram of the correct chord will be displayed.. You may continue the quiz until you choose to stop. An entry in a tab file will be made if tab mode is on, showing the date, time, chords played, responses, number correct and score as a percentage.
You may set up chord progressions to play, save as a file and load from a file. Major chords, minor chords, 7th chords, minor 7th chords, diminished chords and augmented chords may be used.
This application should work will Android versions 2.2 and later.
This application has been tested for Android 2.2 and should run on later versions as well..
colors and use their parameters. This is a good aid for programming user interfaces, for color vision testing, for optics, for adding or subtracting colors, for mixing colors and more. You may also do the reverse: enter parameters and see their colors. Up to four colors may be viewed together to see how they go together. The popular RGB and CYM color systems are used.
This application should work on most Android devices. It has been tested for Android 2.2.
Thus, it has wide application to many disciplines.
Paths is intended to be educational, entertaining and useful in practice.
Paths provides solutions for maximum flow problems and for the major problems involving undirected graphs. It is a good companion to the application 'Analyze Graphs' which is primarily concerned with directed graphs. Paths applies graph theory to analyzing graphs and solving some additional classical problems. These include finding maximum flow, solving the traveling salesman problem by brute force (for small graphs), by a genetic algorithm and by other means, finding Hamiltonian circuits and Eulerian trails as well as determining shortest routes. Paths includes textual and graphical views, provides for creating graphs, can maintain a log, process files and more.
The graphs are equivalent to transportation networks, sociograms, simplexes, electric circuits, organization diagrams, communication networks and even genealogical trees. It is convenient to think of the vertices as towns and the arcs as roads connecting the towns with the arc values as distances. You may type in a graph directly using a simple format, select the name of a text(.txt) file containing a graph to load or delete a graph file.
This application displays several properties of a given graph including symmetry, connectedness, whether it is a tree, centers, planarity and more. A number of several classical tasks involving graphs can also be solved including shortest paths, shortest cycles, minimum spanning trees and more. Several sample graph files are included along with graphical representations.
This application has been tested For Android 2.2.
It analyzes frequencies and averages of letters, syllables, words and sentences. Furthermore, it determines reading level according to three popular scales. Any or all of the results can be viewed and/or saved as text files in the root SD card directory or elsewhere. The SD card may be written to or read from but no files are deleted. There are several methods of transferring these text(.txt) files to or from computers or to printers, including use of Dropbox, Cloud Print and other apps. AnalyzeText has been tested on Android 2.2.