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Working Guide to Vapor-Liquid Phase Equilibria Calculations
1st Edition - August 27, 2009
Author: Tarek Ahmed
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Working Guide to Vapor-Liquid Phase Equilibria Calculations offers a practical guide for calculations of vapor-phase equilibria. The book begins by introducing basic concepts such… Read more
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Working Guide to Vapor-Liquid Phase Equilibria Calculations offers a practical guide for calculations of vapor-phase equilibria. The book begins by introducing basic concepts such as vapor pressure, vapor pressure charts, equilibrium ratios, and flash calculations. It then presents methods for predicting the equilibrium ratios of hydrocarbon mixtures: Wilson's correlation, Standing's correlation, convergence pressure method, and Whitson and Torp correlation. The book describes techniques to determine equilibrium ratios of the plus fraction, including Campbell's method, Winn's method, and Katz's method. The remaining chapters cover the solution of phase equilibrium problems in reservoir and process engineering; developments in the field of empirical cubic equations of state (EOS) and their applications in petroleum engineering; and the splitting of the plus fraction for EOS calculations.
Includes explanations of formulas
Step by step calculations
Provides examples and solutions
1 Vapor Pressure2 Equilibrium Ratios3 Flash Calculations Example 3-1 Solution4 Equilibrium Rations for Real Solutions 4.1 Wilson’s Correlation 4.2 Standing’s Correlation Example 4-1 Solution 4.3 Convergence Pressure Method Hadden’s Method Standing’s Method Rzasa’s Method 4.4 Whitson and Torp Correlation Example 4-2 Solution5 Equilibrium Ratios for the Plus Fraction 5.1 Campbell’s Method 5.2 Winn’s Method 5.3 Katz’s Method6 Applications of the Equilibrium Ratio in Reservoir Engineering 6.1 Dew-Point Pressure Example 6-1 Solution 6.2 Bubble-Point Pressure Example 6-2 Solution 6.3 Separator Calculations Example 6-3 Solution 6.4 Density Calculations The Standing-Katz Method Example 6-4 Solution The Alani-Kennedy Method Example 6-5 Solution7 Equations of State 7.1 The Van Der Waals Equation of State Example 7-1 Solution 7.2 Redlich-Kwong Equation of State Example 7-2 Solution Example 7-3 Solution Example 7-4 Solution 7.3 Soave-Redlich-Kwong Equation of State and Its Modifications Example 7-5 Solution Example 7-6 Solution 7.4 Modifications of the SRK Equation of State Example 7-7 Solution 7.5 Peng-Robinson Equation of State and Its Modifications Example 7-8 Solution8 Applications of the Equation of State in Petroleum Engineering 8.1 Determination of the Equilibrium Ratios 8.2 Determination of the Dew-Point Pressure 8.3 Determination of the Bubble-Point Pressure 8.4 Three-Phase Equilibrium Calculations 8.5 Vapor Pressure from Equation of State9 Splitting and Lumping Schemes of the Plus Fraction 9.1 Splitting Schemes Katz’s Method Example 9-1 Solution Lohrenz’s Method Example 9-2 Solution Pedersen’s Method Example 9-3 Solution Ahmed’s Method Example 9-4 Solution 9.2 Lumping Schemes Whitson’s Lumping Scheme Example 9-5 Solution Example 9-6 SolutionProblemsReferencesIndex
No. of pages: 300
Published: August 27, 2009
Imprint: Gulf Professional Publishing
Paperback ISBN: 9781856178266
eBook ISBN: 9781856179027
consulting firm that specializes in in-house petroleum engineering courses and consulting services worldwide. Prior to that, he was a Reservoir Engineering Advisor for Anadarko, Baker Hughes, and Gaffney, Cline and Associates and was a Professor and head of the Petroleum Engineering Department at Montana Tech of the University of Montana for 22 years. Dr. Ahmed has authored numerous papers and several successful books with Elsevier, including Advanced Reservoir Management and Engineering, 2nd Edition.