The well tool includes a tubular mandrel.
The tubular mandrel includes a first mandrel connector which is adapted for connecting the tubular mandrel with a first well tubing in order to provide a first connection.
A second tubular mandrel (32) is then inserted through the open end of the first mandrel and the first mandrel then withdrawn.
The tubular mandrel has a maximum mandrel diameter which is no greater than the maximum clearance diameter.
The coil is supported about a tubular mandrel, which mandrel fits over the cable.
The apparatus (100) includes a tubular mandrel subassembly (110), a load transfer subassembly (140) and an expander cone subassembly (142).
A tubular mandrel (24) that surrounds the rod (28) is moved into contact with the entrance portion of the center opening (56) in the tubular fastener (34).
In one embodiment, a flowback tool for running a tubular string into a wellbore includes a tubular housing having a bore therethrough and a tubular mandrel.
This minimizes the risk of the mandrel losing its shape and it eliminates the possibility of heat rising through the tube mandrel by a chimney effect during the sintering step.
In a described example, a pressure measurement system includes an apparatus which has a tube (34) wrapped helically about a tubular mandrel (32).