The first application of coiled tubing (CT) occurred during WWII in a project named PLUTO (pipeline under the ocean). It involved the placement of a continuous pipeline on the seafloor across the English Channel. The pipeline was constructed using smaller individual sections of tubing welded together coiled into a large spool of continuous tubing. Though the project had limited success, it set the stage for further exploration into this new technology. Industry professionals pursed the development of CT with the hopes of it becoming an effective intervention tool for safe and effective work-over operations on wells. By 1962, the California Oil Company and Bowen Tools reached this goal and became the first company to successfully develop the…
Nicholas MacLean and Erin Girhiny
Wednesday, October 19th, 2016
The movement of different molecules through dialysis tubing was observed.
Benedict 's Solution
Test Tube Rack
Lab was demonstrated by teacher.
Observation of Physical Properties After Time and Heat
Observations After 24 hours…
The difference between the variable in the control and the experimental is the variable that is being tested. In this experiment the
Variables Control Group Experimental Group
Iodine Time Amount of Iodine
Starch Solution Starch solution
Temperature of water Temperature of water
Dialysis tubing Dialysis tubing
Table 1: This is the table showing the experimental design.
The following is a set of step-by-step instructions for this experiment.
1. Cut 1 piece…
Coiled tubing unit consists of steel tubing and reel, injector head, control cabin, and power pack. The cost of the trailer, and the entire unit ranges from $1.2 to $ 2.5 million. The breakdown of the coiled tubing unit cost is shown in Table 1. In addition, coiled tubing system includes other equipment such as double pumper, double pumper tractor, nitrogen unit, crane, hoses, pump iron, two wet-kit tractors, and coiled tubing pipe, which bring the total cost of the coil tubing system to $4.5- 5…
Osmosis is the “diffusion of water across a selectively permeable membrane” (Raven et al. G-16). In this experiment, dialysis tubing was used to mimic the selectively permeable membrane to show what osmosis does when placed in different solutes. We filled dialysis tubes fill with different percentages of solute and placed them in beakers full of a different solute. Through this experiment, I saw what happens when the solution becomes hypertonic, hypotonic, and…
Snow tubing essay by.Addi
There's nothing like a fresh winter snow day. The grass is covered, leaves have covered Fallon down off of trees it's just perfect!!! And the best part of all is there's No School!!!!!! My favorite winter activity is snow tubing. This exciting endeavor involves Going down a hill, Before getting in line, and waiting in line. Are you ready for some winter fun??
Invite your friends and family, then get in the car. When you get to where you want to be, where you can get…
brings a lot of new and fun activities to my plate. Among these are tubing and water skiing. I enjoy both of these activities a lot, but in different ways. Water skiing is a tough and rewarding sport while tubing is an easy and relaxed activity.
When I start tubing, I can see the red and yellow checkered rope attached to my tube. It runs through the rough and choppy water up to the boat. I am lying down and staring at the faded red and yellow covering. The white tube shows through the tear in…
osmosis using the dialysis tubing, and to further explain the importance of osmosis in living organisms. As the sugar water concentration increases in the dialysis tubing, and the beaker concentration consisting of tap water remains constant, the dialysis tubing will deflate over the course of the allotted time, because the process of osmosis leads the flow of water from low concentration of solutes to the high concentration of solutes in order to create a balanced, or isotonic,…
starch molecules to break apart into smaller molecules of glucose allowing diffusion of glucose and Lugol’s reagent across the dialysis tubing.
Null Hypothesis: Adding amylase to the beaker will have no effect on starch molecules and diffusion of the glucose and Lugol’s reagent across the dialysis tubing will not be present.
Two large beakers, one small beaker, two cut pieces of soaked dialysis tubing, dialysis tubing clamps, rubber bands, pipettes, a bottle of a-amylyse, a…
Once the tubing is filled repeat the previous procedure for tying the tubing and secure the top end of the tubing. Thoroughly wash the outside of the tubing with tap water to ensure that there is no salt adhering to the tubing. Fill the 400ml beaker with 300 ml of DI water. Lower the Conductivity Probe into the water, avoiding contact with the sides and bottom of the beaker. Place the dialysis tubing into the beaker and making certain that the tubing is entirely submerged in the water. It…