The "Metal Displacement & Volume" module allows the quick computation of the metal displacement of the open-ended and closed-ended pipe strings as well as the computation of the inner volume of any string.
A tutorial video for data entry and calculation is available here.

  • Up to three (3) pipe sections can be entered in a single string (Top, Middle and Bottom pipe sections).  
  • The depths against each section represent the depth of the bottom of the section (NOT the length of the section).
  • Also, each pipe sections can be of different type (casing, DP, Tubing or Coiled Tubing), sizes (OD and ID), wall thickness and weight.
Notes :
  • It is optional to enter all three pipe/OH sections in the strings so, you can enter either one, two or three pipe sections.
  • If you elected to enter only one or two pipe sections, you needs to input  the corresponding end-of-pipe depth of these sections only.

Pipes (Oilfield) includes a database of all API casings, drill pipes and tubings. It also includes the most common coiled tubing and open hole sizes. The OD, ID, wall thickness and weight of the selected pipe can be accessed by tapping the “Select Pipe” button (1). (please refer to “Section Selection” section of this manual)

To clear a wrong entry, tap the
buttons next to the corresponding “Select Pipe” button (1) or load from the “Select Pipe” screen a different pipe in to the section.


Once the pipe/OH sections are selected, the  end-of-pipe depth for each section should be entered in the corresponding textfield (2).

If only one or two pipe sections are entered, the corresponding end-of-pipe depth for these pipe sections should be only entered. The calculator will consider the depth of the none-used sections similar to the depth of the last entered section (Top or Middle section).