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Progressing Cavity Pump

  • Tan NguyenEmail author
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Abstract

Progressing Cavity Pump (PCP), also known as Moineau pump, is an artificial lift method often used for pumping high viscosity and high solids content fluids from producing wells.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Petroleum DepartmentNew Mexico TechSocorroUSA

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