PETE 2032
Problem 1310
Perform a threestage separator calculation for the following black oil.
Refer to Excel Spreadsheet for composition chart
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PETE 2032 FALL 2014
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT #2 (Phase Behavior)
2 pages (1/2 pages)
Due:4:00 PM, Wednesday, 9/17/14
1. (a) State Gibbs phase rule. What is the essential condition for applying Gibbs
phase rule? Explain the essential condition. (1.0)
(b) Apply
PETE 2032 Second Hour Exam 3/14/2006 All work must be shown. All writing must be legible, if I can't read it, it is wrong. All work must be contained on the pages of the exam and the attached calculation sheets. No open books, no additional notes (ex
PETE 2032 FALL 2011
SOLUTION KEYS # 11
Thursday, 11/17/11
1.
a)
Fill in the relative volume column for the flash vaporization test.
Pressure, psig
3500
3000
2800 = Pb
2500
2100
b)
Total Volume, cc
82.006
82.932
83.056
83.086
83.092
Rel. Vol. = (Vt/Vb)F
0.
Solution # 10 (Pete2032)
Answer:
For ideal solution case in 121, following derivation was made.
Let, the components be 1 & 2 for the binary mixture.
By applying Raoults law, x1*Pv1+x2*Pv2=P
=> x1*Pv1+(1x1)*Pv2=P
[Since, x2=1x1]
=> x1 =(PPv2)/(Pv1Pv2
Lecture1
17:47
As fluids are produced from reservoirs, the conditions of their existence, namely pressure,
temperature and composition change.
Major fluids: gas, oil, water
Also produce sand
Standard temperature 60 degrees Fahrenheit
Standard pressure 4
PETE 2032 Homework Solutions Chapter 5 5.6 A field in north Louisiana discovered in 1953 and developed by 1956 had an initial producing gasoil ratio of 2000 scf/STB. The stocktank liquid was "medium orange" and had a gravity of 51.2o API. Classify
PETE 2032 Homework Solutions Chapter 12 129 Six pound moles of ethane, three lbmoles of propane and one lbmole of nbutane are mixed in a closed container and the temperature is adjusted to 75oF. What is the bubblepoint pressure? What is the dew
12—2. Use the equations developed in Exercise 12—1 along with the
substitution of K3— for pvjip to derive an equation with which the
composition of the gas phase of a nonideal two—component
mixture may be calculated directly, i.e., without trial and error
PETE 2032
Homework Solutions Chapter 12
129 Six pound moles of ethane, three lbmoles of propane and one lbmole of nbutane are mixed in a closed container and the temperature is adjusted to 75oF. What is
the bubblepoint pressure? What is the dewpoint
Properties of Black
Oils
Field Data
Chapter 9
Production Data: 2011
Deepwater Gunashli Platform, Azerbaijan
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2011/STAGING/local_assets/pdf/
PETE 2032 Homework Solutions Chapter 11 Second Assignment 119 Use the correlation of Fig 116 to calculate the density of a reservoir liquid at its bubble point of 1763 psia at a reservoir temperature of 250oF. The composition of the well stream is
CHAPTER 12
GASLIQUID EQUILIBRIA
We consider theoretical means to calculate the
hydrocarbon mixture properties, especially in the
twophase region.
Twophase region is where both phases (liquid and
vapor) exist in equilibrium.
When they are saturated and
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An oil field with several wells has the following production history. Producing gasoil ratio is really separator gasoil ratio; stocktank gas is vented and not metered.
Separator conditions are 30 psig and 120oF. Separator gas specific gravity is 0.8
9.2
an oil field with several wells has the following production history. Producing gasoil ratio is really separator gasoil ratio; stocktank gas is vented and not metered. Separator conditions are 30 psig and 120oF. Separator gas specific gravity
Fluid Properties — Quiz 1
NAME Aw MW")
Label the following on the above PT plot for a pure substance: a) Critical Point, b)
Triple Point, c) VaporPressure Curve, d) Melting Point Curv , e) Sublimation Curve, 1)
Liquid Region, g) Gas Region, h) Solid
PETE 2032 Homework Solutions Chapter 8 8.1 A stocktank oil has a specific gravity of 0.875. What is the density in lb/ft3?
Water has a density of 62.4 lb/ft3
o = o w = ( 0.875)( 62.4) = 54.6 lb
ft 3
8.2
What is the gravity in oAPI of the oi
All work must be shown. All writing must be legible, if I can't read it, it is wrong. All work must be contained on the pages of the exam and the attached calculation sheets. No open books, no additional notes (except the 3"x5" card); keep your eyes
PETE 2032 Homework Solutions Chapter 3 3.1. Calculate the molar volume of an ideal gas at 100 psia and 90oF.
pVM = RT psia. ft 3 o 10.732 (90 F + 460 o ) 3 lb  mole.o R RT = = = 59.0 ft lb  mole p 100. psia
VM
3.3.
Compute the composition
PETE 2032
Homework Solutions
Chapter 3
Calculate the molar volume of an ideal gas at 100 psia and 90oF.
31.
pVM = RT
psia. ft 3 o
10.732
90 F + 460 o
o
3
lb mole. R
RT
VM =
=
= 59.0 ft
lb mole
p
100. psia
(
33.
)
Compute the composition in weight fra
PETE 2032 Homework Solutions Chapter 6 6.9 Calculate the formation volume factor of the gas of Example 310 at 5000 psig and 194oF. T = 194oF+460o = 654oR; p = 5000 psig + 14.7 psi = 5014.7 psia
T pc = 350.2 o R T pr = 1.87 p pc = 666.9 psia p pr =