PGE 362 Exam 1-2 solution

# PGE 362 Exam 1-2 solution - PGE 362 Production Engineering...

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PGE 362 Production Engineering Hour Exam No. 1 (Version 2) You have 50 minutes to complete this exam. It is closed book and closed notes. You will need your calculator and pen or pencil. Extra paper is available should you need any. There is an equation page attached at the back of the exam. Please do not ask any questions. If you believe something has been omitted, specify your assumptions and continue to work the problem. You may not leave the room during the exam unless you are finished. (1) (3 points) A pipe is flowing a mixture of gas and oil. Please compute the liquid hold up and the average density of the mixture for the following flowing conditions. The gas density is 3.5 Lb/cuft and the oil density is 53 Lb/cuft. The pipe is 1/4 full of liquid. Liquid hold up is defined as the fraction of the pipe that is filled with liquid. In this case it is 0.25. ( 29 ( 29 ( 29 3 1 lb 0.25 53 0.75 3.5 15.9 ft l l l g y y ρ = + - = + =

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(2) (3 points) Please compute the following for the flow line shown. The fluid is 53 lb/cuft oil (7.08 lb/gal).
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