PEEG 216 Reservoir Fluid Properties - Class 11 - 9&10MAR09

PEEG 216 Reservoir Fluid Properties - Class 11 - 9&10MAR09

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Reservoir Fluid Properties PEEG 216 PEEG 216 RESERVOIR FLUID PROPERTIES Dr. John Williams Class 11
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Reservoir Fluid Properties PEEG 216 Outline Summary of last class Complete last class Example EOS Calculation with SRK Where are we now? Overview of the Five Reservoir Types Homework
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Reservoir Fluid Properties PEEG 216 What have we covered in Class 9? A reminder of how van der Waals modified the Ideal Gas equation There are numerous equations of state available. The two EOSs commonly used in the petroleum industry are the Soave Redlich Kwong , and the Peng Robinson For petroleum fluids, mixing rules are required to determine how EOS parameters should be calculated from data for pure components.
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Reservoir Fluid Properties PEEG 216 Example EOS Calculation with SRK Go to Example 4-3 on pages 142 to 144. This involves a gas mixture, so mixing rules must be applied. All the pure component parameters are derived from
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PEEG 216 Reservoir Fluid Properties - Class 11 - 9&10MAR09

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