APPLIED HYDROCARBON THERMODYNAMICS EDMISTER PDF

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For processing fossil fuels toward thermal and chemical products, economic design requires quantitative information on phase-equilibrium properties for hydrocarbon-water systems. Two hydrocarbon water phase-equilibrium problems are studied in this thesis. The first study presents experimental measurements for liquid-liquid mutual solubilities and vapor pressures of aqueous mixtures containing aromatic hydrocarbons at high temperatures under conditions of three-phase vapor-liquid-liquid equilibrium.

An apparatus has been constructed in which the phases are equilibrated, sampled and analyzed using gas-liquid chromatography. The second study presents a new correlation for the inhibition effect of methanol on hydrate formation in moist natural gas mixtures applicable between and K. Methanol is commonly used to inhibit hydrate formation by lowering the fugacity of water in coexisting phases. Six phases are potentially present in these mixtures: gas, aqueous liquid, hydrocarbon liquid, ice, and hydrate structures I and II.

For given temperature and mixture composition, the molecular-thermodynamic method described here allows computation of the hydrate-formation pressure and the relative amounts and compositions of coexisting phases. The final correlation is presented in a computer program useful for computer-aided process design. In addition to charts, tables, and figures, this new edition also has sample input and output that illustrate how to program thermodynamic data and calculations.

These models are still widely used in reservoir engineering and production because of their simplicity, fast computation and accuracy for many reservoir engineering applications, particularly for black oils and dry gas systems. However, many reservoir engineering problems, such as gas injection or the development of condensate and volatile fields, require more accurate models that can describe not only the phase equilibria but also the volumetric properties of both gas and liquid phases.

The fluid flow characteristics are determined by the porous media and physical properties of the fluid such as density and viscosity. Therefore, it is imperative to have a model at hand that can predict the identity and PVT properties of the fluids for the entire pressure range.

Saturation points and two-phase flash computations are the workhorse of any reservoir simulation package. Residual thermodynamic properties and fugacity coefficients were calculated from experimental compression factors. Interaction parameters were also obtained for 17 other binary systems.

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APPLIED HYDROCARBON THERMODYNAMICS EDMISTER PDF

For processing fossil fuels toward thermal and chemical products, economic design requires quantitative information on phase-equilibrium properties for hydrocarbon-water systems. Two hydrocarbon water phase-equilibrium problems are studied in this thesis. The first study presents experimental measurements for liquid-liquid mutual solubilities and vapor pressures of aqueous mixtures containing aromatic hydrocarbons at high temperatures under conditions of three-phase vapor-liquid-liquid equilibrium. An apparatus has been constructed in which the phases are equilibrated, sampled and analyzed using gas-liquid chromatography. The second study presents a new correlation for the inhibition effect of methanol on hydrate formation in moist natural gas mixtures applicable between and K. Methanol is commonly used to inhibit hydrate formation by lowering the fugacity of water in coexisting phases. Six phases are potentially present in these mixtures: gas, aqueous liquid, hydrocarbon liquid, ice, and hydrate structures I and II.

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Book Edmister, W C This book contains the latest computer developments and applications in hydrocarbon process simulation and design. In addition to charts, tables, and figures, this new edition also has sample input and output that illustrate how to program thermodynamic data and calculations. The author has also presented a short course on the subject more than 70 times. Taylor provides a readable treatment of the philosophy of quality assurance and describes the elements and tools needed to assess the reliability of analytical measurements. The 26 chapters and five appendices offer a wealth of information for those considering improvement and development of quality assurance and quality control programs. Chapters discuss three of the central components of the analytical measurement process: sampling, calibration, and measurement. Two strongly related topics, blank correction and reference materials, are covered in Chapters 13 and

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