By B. C. Craft, M. Hawkins, Ronald E. Terry
The most up-tp-date, utilized e-book out there for petroleum engineers, geologists and others operating within the improvement and construction of oil and fuel fields and people focused on the circulate of flooring water, this revised version displays the advances made in reservoir engineering calculation suggestions. quite a few genuine international examples make clear the cloth, offering the reservoir engineer with the sensible details to make utilized calculations.
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5 Review of Gas Properties 13 specified temperature and pressure, the number of moles, the number of pounds, or the number of molecules. For practical measurement, the weighing of gases is difficult, so that gases are metered by volume at measured temperatures and pressures, from which the pounds or moles may be calculated. 1 illustrates the calculations of the contents of a tank of gas in each of four units. 1. Calculating the contents of a tank of ethane in moles, pounds, molecules, and SCF. Given.
1. (2) Comp, Mole Mo! ('4) Component Fract. 40 SOLUTION: The specific gravity may be obtained from the sum of Cal. 15 The sums of Cols (7) and (8) are the pseudocntical pressure and temperature, respectively. 80 'ihe gas deviation factor using Fig. 91. Wichert and Aziz have developed a correlation to account for inaccuracies in the Standing and Kat? 37 The Wichert and Aziz correlation modifies the values of the pseudocritical constants of the natural gas Once the modified constants are obtained, they are used to calculate pseudorcduced properties as described in Ex.
Effect oIpressurc, temperature, and composition on the gas deviation factor solution gas is measured on samples evolved from solution in oil during the liberation process. The gas deviation factor is commonly determined by measuring the volume of a sampic at desired pressures and temperatures, and then measuring the volume of the same quantity of gas at atmospheric pressure and at a temperature sufficiently high so that all the material remains in the vapor phase. 6 cu cm at 213°F and 3250 psia.
Applied Petroleum Reservoir Engineering (Second Edition) by B. C. Craft, M. Hawkins, Ronald E. Terry