Casing and tubing is widely used as protective conduits during all the phases of operations and productions for the oil and gas industry. Recently, casing and tubing burst failure accidents often take place in high pressure and high temperature (HPHT) oil and gas wells during production. Therefore, it is very important to accurately predict casing and tubing bust strength in the casing and tubing design and operation process. PD CEN ISO-TR 10400 presents the ductile rupture model for capped-end conditions, but capped-end casing and tubing applied in oil fields is few. For this case, this document establishes the ductile rupture model for capped-open conditions under combined loads on the base of PD CEN ISO-TR 10400. Numerical and experimental comparisons show that the ductile rupture model for capped-open conditions under combined loads prediction values essentially coincides with burst data provided by PD CEN ISO-TR 10400.