PEEG 216 Reservoir Fluid Properties - Class 5 - 14&15FEB10 (Updated HW due date)

PEEG 216 Reservoir Fluid Properties - Class 5 - 14&15FEB10 (Updated HW due date)

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Unformatted text preview: Reservoir Fluid Properties PEEG 216 PEEG 216 RESERVOIR FLUID PROPERTIES Dr. John Williams Class 5 Reservoir Fluid Properties PEEG 216 Outline Notices Continue with Phase Behaviour (Chapter 2) Two-Component Phase Behaviour Bubble Point & Dew Point Construction of a 3-D binary phase diagram Modified definition of critical point. Homework Reservoir Fluid Properties PEEG 216 No classes - Correction I will be attending an SPE Sour Gas Conference (at the PI) on Monday 22nd and Tuesday 23 rd February. (Not Sunday) Therefore there will be no PEEG 216 classes on these two days. Classes will be held as usual on: Sunday 21 st (Section 01) Wednesday 23 rd (Section 50) Reservoir Fluid Properties PEEG 216 HW Marking Marks are usually awarded between 7 and 10 out of 10. They will be reduced for late submission. Top marks are usually awarded for excellent answers, or good answers which are obviously an individual effort If you have concerns about your answer, or are making assumptions, write them down. You will get credit for doing this. (Especially applies to quizzes and exams) Reservoir Fluid Properties PEEG 216 Summary from Last Class Reviewed pure component phase diagrams Phase behaviour is the result of intermolecular forces Introduced Gibbs Phase Rule Investigated the critical point There is no distinction between gas (or vapour) and liquid...
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PEEG 216 Reservoir Fluid Properties - Class 5 - 14&15FEB10 (Updated HW due date)

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