Gas Washing

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Setup

Note:  this is the path to the installed EOS packages

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1:  determine phase/depth relationship for original mixture

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So, we are one-phase deeper than 2.1 km

2: Wash the mixture by adding methane

define the methane vector

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washing consists of 3 steps:
    1:  adding gas
    2:  equilibrating
    3:  removing the gas

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The following shows the ratio of C6/C10 aromatic versus C6/C10 paraffinitic for mixtures that have undergone gas washing  Each line compares the ratio of two compounds in the liquid phase derived from the original mixture with additional amounts of added methane.  Different points along the line represent different depths, from 1.5 km to 2.3 km.

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Now, look at the ratio amongst  the two phases

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Get the Liquid Phase
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The following shows the ratio of C6/C10 aromatic versus C6/C10 paraffinitic for mixtures that have undergone gas washing  Each line compares the ratio of two compounds in the liquid phase derived from the original mixture with additional amounts of added methane.  Different points along the line represent different depths, from 1.5 km to 2.3 km.

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Get the Vapor Phase
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The following shows the ratio of C6/C10 aromatic versus C6/C10 paraffinitic for mixtures that have undergone gas washing  Each line compares the ratio of two compounds in the liquid phase derived from the original mixture with additional amounts of added methane.  Different points along the line represent different depths, from 1.5 km to 2.3 km.

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Converted by Mathematica      May 6, 2002