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What does ESP stand for?

ESP stands for Engineering Software Package


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Possessing one of the most advanced directional drilling and well engineering software packages available, the Company is able to supply advanced directional drilling design, torque and drag modeling, anti collision/close proximity reporting, hydraulics optimization and drilling data management to its clients.
Possessing one of the most advanced directional drilling and well engineering software packages available, the Company is able to supply advanced directional drilling design, torque and drag modeling, anti collision/close proximity reporting, hydraulics optimization and drilling data management to its clients.
Dean Trammel, Senior Engineering Associate for the City of Tucson Water Department said, "The ClientCare program has always provided our organization with unlimited quality support and timely releases of Haestad Methods' product updates as well as upgrades that are tightly integrated with other engineering software packages.
Recognizing the need for seamless file transfer from mechanical engineering environments to the ASAP optical engineering environment, BRO's recent development efforts have focused on interoperability with other industry-standard engineering software packages.
Possessing one of the most advanced directional drilling and well engineering software packages available, the Company is able to supply advanced directional drilling design, torque and drag modeling, anti collision/close proximity reporting, hydraulics optimization and drilling data management to its clients.
Partners for the Advancement of CAD/CAM/CAE Education (PACE), an alliance among GM, Sun and EDS, will donate to Purdue 1,205 computer-aided design, manufacturing and engineering software packages identical to those used by General Motors in automotive design.