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
Bubb
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
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 =
Suez Canal University
Faculty of Engineering
Mechanical Eng. Dept.
Heat Transfer
~ Level
Sheet No. (2)
Heat conduction Equation
1- Starting with an energy balance on a volume element, derive the two-d
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 consis
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
atmospher
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 compr
Dr. Adel Salem
Faculty of Pet. & Mining
Engineering
Department of Pet. Engineering
Reservoir Fluids
Summer 2017
Assignment
No. 2
(PEP 234)
July 22, 2017
I: Answer all of the following:
1. Define each
Dr. Adel Salem
Faculty of Pet. & Mining
Engineering
Department of Pet. Engineering
Reservoir Fluids
(PEP 234)
Assignment
No. 3
Summer 2017
July 31, 2017
Part I: Answer all of the following:
1. Define
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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 term
Reservoir Fluid Properties Course (1st Ed.)
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About This Course
Resources
Training Outline (beta)
Petroleum Engineering & Its Importance
2013 H. AlamiNia
Reservoir Fluid Properties Course: I
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.
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
2013 H. AlamiNia
Reservoir Engineering 1 Course:
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 Rema
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
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
Dr. Adel Salem
Faculty of Pet. & Mining
Engineering
Department of Pet. Engineering
Reservoir Fluids
(PEP 234)
Assignment
No. 7
Summer 2017
August 7, 2017
Part I: Answer all of the following (Submit 2