Lecture 4 - Jan 26 2012

Lecture 4 - Jan 26 2012 - LECTURE 4 JAN 26, 2012 1 ACADEMIC...

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LECTURE 4 JAN 26, 2012 1
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ACADEMIC INTEGRITY Presentation By Breea Clark Associate Director of Academic Integrity Programs Office of the Provost 2
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Specific Gravity of Natural Gas 4 PV = nRT PV= (m/M)RT m/V = MP/RT Z Z
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Liquid Specific Gravity ü sp. gr. = density of liquid / density of water ü For crude oils: ü Specific Gravity 5 sp. gr.
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Specific Gravity Of Petroleum Fractions - Temperature 6
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7 SPECIFIC GRAVITY OF PETROLEUM FRACTIONS – Temperature And Pressure
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1. Viscosity of a fluid is an indication of its resistance to flow. 2. It is a dynamic property and can be measured only when the fluid is in motion. 3. It is a measure of the drag force caused by the attractive forces between adjacent layers of the fluid. 4. The drag force is caused by internal friction between the molecules of the fluid. 5. The unit of viscosity in the petroleum industry is the centipoise (cp), and it is usually represented by the Greek letter µ. 8
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