Reservoir Engineering 1 Course (1st Ed.)
1. Gas Properties:
A. Isothermal gas compressibility (Cg)
B. Gas formation volume factor (Bg)
2. Crude Oil Properties:
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Density
Solution gas
Bubble-point pressure
Oil formation volume factor (Bo)
Tota
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Faculty of Engineering
Mechanical Eng. Dept.
Measurement
~ Level
Sheet No. (1)
Temperature measurement
1- An iron constant thermocouple is connected to a potentiometer whose terminals are at 25 oC.
The potentiometer reading is 3.59 m
Suez Canal University
Faculty of Engineering
Mechanical Eng. Dept.
Heat Transfer
3rd Level
Sheet No. (1)
INTRODUCTION AND BASIC CONCEPTS
1- A cylindrical resistor element on a circuit board dissipates 0.6 W of power. The resistor is 1.5 cm
long, and has a
1. An axial flow compressor has the following design data: mass flow rate of air =X
=X1 kg/s, density =X
=X2 kg/m3, axial velocity
X3 m/s, rotational
rotational speed =X4
=X4 rev/s. Mean blade speed =X5
=X5 m/s, rotor blade aspect ratio s/c = X6
X6, pitch
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Heat Transfer
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Heat conduction Equation
1- Starting with an energy balance on a volume element, derive the two-dimensional transient heat
conduction equation in rectan
Suez Canal University
Faculty of Engineering
Mechanical Eng. Dept.
Heat Transfer
3rd Level
Sheet No. (3)
INTRODUCTION AND BASIC CONCEPTS
1- Consider a 1.2-m-high and 2-m-wide double-pane window consisting of two 3-mm-thick layers
of glass (k = 0.78 W/m C)
MET 411 TURBOMACHINERY
TURBOMACHINERYRY-BLADE THEORYPROBLEMS
PROBLEMS
1. An aerofoil having a chord length of 2.25 m and a span of 13.
13. 5 m moves at a velocity of 125 m/s through standard
atmosphere at an elevation of 2500 m. The angle of attack being
TURBOMACHINERY
BASICCONCEPTS-EXAMPLES
1.
A low pressure air compressor develops a pressure of 1400 mm W.G. If the ini,al and nal states of air are P\ =
1.01 bar, T\ = 305 K, T2= 320 K, determine compressor and the innitesimal stage eciencies.
Solution
P =
Reservoir Engineering 1 Course (1st Ed.)
1. Turbulent Flow
2. Superposition
A. Multiple Well
B. Multi Rate
C. Reservoir Boundary
1. Productivity Index (PI)
2. Inflow Performance Relationship (IPR)
3. Generating IPR
A. Vogels Method
B. Vogels Method (Under
Reservoir Engineering 1 Course (1st Ed.)
1. Reservoir Fluid Behaviors
2. Petroleum Reservoirs
A. Oil
B. Gas
3. Gas Behavior
4. Gas Properties: Z Factor
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Reservoir Engineering 1 Course: (Lec3) Gas & Oil Properties
2
1. Gas Properties:
A. Is
Reservoir Engineering 1 Course (1st Ed.)
1. Reservoir Characteristics
A.
B.
C.
D.
Reservoir Fluid Types According To Compressibility
Types of Flow Regimes
Types of Reservoir Geometries
Darcys Law Remarks
2. SS Linear Flow and Tilted Reservoirs
1. SS Regim
Reservoir Engineering 1 Course (1st Ed.)
1. Vertical Gas Well Performance
2. Pressure Application Regions
3. Turbulent Flow in Gas Wells
A. Simplified Treatment Approach
B. Laminar-Inertial-Turbulent (LIT) Approach (Cases A.
& B.)
1. Turbulent Flow in Gas
Reservoir Engineering 1 Course (1st Ed.)
1. Diffusivity Equation
A. Solutions of Diffusivity Equation
a. Ei-Function Solution
b. pD Solution
c. Analytical Solution
1. USS(LT) Regime for Radial flow of SC Fluids:
Finite-Radial Reservoir
2. Relation between