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PUMP 6004_Artificial Lift Pump

Question 1:
The pumpjack component labelled "F" on the illustration is called the:


A - Carrier bar
B - Gear box
C - Counter weights
D - Horse's head
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Question 2:
The pumpjack component labelled "A" on the illustration is called the:

A - Pitman arm
B - Walking beam
C - Sampson post
D - Base

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Question 3:
The pumpjack component labelled "E" on the illustration is called the:

A - Gear box
B - Carrier bar
C - Counter weights
D - Tail bearing

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Question 4:
The pumpjack component labelled "D" on the illustration is called the:

A - Sampson post
B - Walking beam
C - Base
D - Pitman arm

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Question 5:
The device placed on the polish rod, between the carrier bar and the polish rod clamp, which measures the well load in relation to the stroke position during the pumping cycle is called the:

A - Dynamometer
B - Torque meter
C - Load gauge
D - Hydrometer
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Question 6:
As the pumpjack's gearbox turns the crank arms, the crank arms lift the:

A - Horse's head
B - Sampson post
C - Pitman arms
D - Walking beam
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Question 7:
Identify the pumpjack configuration illustrated:

A - Air balanced
B - Beam balanced
C - Lufkin Mark II
D - Conventional

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Question 8:
Identify the pumpjack configuration illustrated:

A - Air balanced
B - Beam balanced
C - Lufkin Mark II
D - Conventional

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Question 9:
Identify the pumpjack configuration illustrated:

A - Conventional
B - Lufkin Mark II
C - Air balanced
D - Beam balanced
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Question 10:
Identify the pumpjack configuration illustrated:

A - Conventional
B - Lufkin Mark II
C - Beam balanced
D - Air balanced
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Question 11:
A pumpjack can be operated with a lot less power and a much smaller gearbox if the effect of the wellbore load is countered. On the downstroke, the sucker rods and pump help:

A - Lower the counterbalance
B - Eliminate the counterbalance
C - Lift the counterbalance
D - None of the above
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Question 12:
Before starting any maintenance work on a pumpjack, always:
A - Lock out the power source
B - Ensure the pumpjack is operating
C - Feel the jack for any unnecessary vibration
D - Ensure you have the proper tools at hand
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Question 13:
The walking beam of a conventional pumpjack pivots on the:

A - Sampson post
B - Saddle bearing
C - Pitman arms
D - Horse's head
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Question 14:
An artificial lift system is required to bring the wellbore fluid to surface when there is:



A - Water in the oil
B - A gas cap in the reservoir preventing the fluid from moving to the surface
C - Insufficient reservoir pressure to move the fluid to the surface
D - Sufficient reservoir pressure to move the fluid to the surface
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Question 15:
There are many types of pumpjacks that use hydraulic cylinders rather than gearboxes. The most common use for these units is in:

A - Oil sands operations
B - Shallow, low productivity wells
C - Transmission pipelines
D - Heavy oil fields
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Question 16:
The type of pumpjack that has its Sampson post located at the back of the jack and the gearbox in the middle is known as the:

A - Lufkin Mark II pumpjack unit
B - Air balanced pumpjack unit
C - Beam balanced pumpjack unit
D - Conventional pumpjack unit

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Question 17:
On a pumpjack, gearbox torque equals the:

A - Well load torque minus the counterbalance torque
B - Well load torque plus the counterbalance torque
C - Wellhead pressure plus the counterbalance torque
D - Wellhead pressure minus the counterbalance torque
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Question 18:
Pumpjack gear box torque is the instantaneous torque for a given crank angle and is typically rated in:

A - Btu
B - kg - meters
C - Inch pounds
D - Foot pounds
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Question 19:
Torque is expressed as:

A - distance x area
B - distance x force
C - mass x acceleration
D - force x area
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Question 20:
The advantages of the Lufkin Mark II pumpjack configuration is:

A - It can be used in heavier viscosity oil wells
B - The use of an air cylinder makes it easier to adjust the balance of the jacks
C - The rods travel slower on the upstroke than on the downstroke so torque is more even
D - All of the above
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Question 21:
A dynamometer is used to measure the ______________ in relation to the _________________ of the pumpjack during the pumping cycle.

A - well load, counterbalance
B - well load, stroke position
C - string load, counterbalance
D - string load, stroke position
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Question 22:
If you are in doubt about the location of the lubrication points, or the recommended frequency of service on a particular pumpjack, the best source of information is:

A - The API designation
B - The manufacturer's manual
C - A senior operator
D - The oil company's field office
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Question 23:

The most common pumpjack configuration is the:
A - Beam balanced
B - Conventional
C - Lufkin Mark II
D - Air balanced

 


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