Spring09_Test2_Key - 1 PGE 312 - SPRING 2009 Physical and...

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1 PGE 312 - SPRING 2009 Physical and Chemical Behavior of Petroleum Fluids I Test #2, 50 Minutes Closed Book Solution Key Problem 1 (32 points) Figure 1 shows the Pressure-Temperature (P-T) diagrams for four petroleum fluids designated as A, B, F and D, relative to the initial reservoir pressure and temperature (P res , T res ). Table 1 shows the compositions of the four fluids arranged in no particular order. You are requested to match each fluid composition (Fluid 1, Fluid 2, Fluid 3 and Fluid 4) to the appropriate P-T diagram and then classify the petroleum fluid. Present your result by filling out Table 2. Figure 1. P-T diagrams for four petroleum fluids. C is the critical point and T res and P res are the reservoir temperature and the initial reservoir pressure, respectively.
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2 Table 1. Compositions of the Various Petroleum Reservoir Fluids (Mole%) Component Fluid 1 Fluid 2 Fluid 3 Fluid 4 C 1 64.36 86.35 48.83 95.85 C 2 7.52 4.39 2.75 2.67 C 3 4.74 2.29 1.93 0.76 C 4 4.12 1.74 1.60 0.52 C 5 2.97 0.83 1.15 0.20 C 6 1.38 0.60 1.59 C 7+ 14.91 3.80 42.15 Total 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 Table 2 P-T Diagram Corresponding Fluid Composition Fluid Classification A Fluid 4 Dry gas B Fluid 2 Retrograde condensate gas F Fluid 1 Volatile oil D Fluid 3 Black oil Problem 2 (30 points) Five thousand pound moles (5000 lb moles) of a binary mixture of methane and octane
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