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Unformatted text preview: Ph ysic al a nd Ch e mi c al B e ha vi or of Petrol e um Flu i d s I Final E xa mination , 3 Hour s C lo se d Book & N ote s It will be in y our be s t interest to attempt all the questions. Pl e ase budget y our time accordingly. Problem 1 (15 points) Determine the density of the following hydrocarbon liquid at a temperatur e of 180 of and the bubble point pressure of 4000 psia. The liquid specific gravities of the components at 60 o f and 14 . 7 p s ia are given in Table 1 along with other pertinent information. i: . .- Xl M . / i . .- Xi/ ' 0) 'P D t pr et) u~ . J-- r ~ J C A- d ' V7+j'Vt~S v Component n-Pentane n-Hexane He tane + X ' I ) Liquid Comp os ition (mole fraction) . 10 0.25 . 65 1.00 Molecular Weight (lbma ss / l b mole) 72 86 218 T a Ie 1 S G ) C o mponent Specific G if it y . 6 3 11 . 663 8 . 8 515 'M ' X I I--- p o ( L )Q L ;o . . O~ {- f- y Vo\vvve . . t% 1 5 ) ( j t3) 1 / 8 . 5 < / 9 5/ L _ IrC oZ- 1 70 1 L( "- I t < :D2- '- 12, 6 +- f I ~ t t- kf t , ~f7- F~~( ) ' '- /~) _ _ 40 '" SO $ $ DENSI rr A r 60-F ANO I J(. 7 PSII, Ib/cu n Fig. 11-3. Density adjustments for isothermal compressibility of reservoir liquids . (Standing, Volumetric and Phase Behavior of Oil Field Hydrocar- bon Systems, SPE, Dallas, 1951. Copyright 1951 SPE-AIME . ) 12 11 e ~ 10 as a; a. 9 E e-- 8 as >0---- 7 e e :l-UU . ~ 8 :Ie ea. is 5 U. 4 CD- as >0- 3 e 2 e Q 1 " '"- I. 1'0. 1'. ..... .... .. ~ 'J ./" . ..... . .:!fll,.. oF: ~ 1"'00 , .......
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2011 for the course PGE 312 taught by Professor Peters during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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