Phase Separation Predictions

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Setup

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Note:  this is the path to the installed EOS packages

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Pridicting the l-v distribution of Pseudo-Components

Let us look at a mixture of pseudo-components, whose composition is defined in an associated package file.  First, we plot a typical pseudo-gc for the composition

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Flash the model at STP

DUE TO A BUG in the implementation of my EOS routines (a VERY DEEP BUG), one has to load the symbols in two stages.  

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Simple Phase Relationship

Examine the Phase Behavior of the Mixture

A Phase envelope

Exmaine the compositional changes from drawdown

Changes in vapor fraction (mole/mole)
Changes in gas cap size (scf/bbl)
Changes in density
Comparing gas cap size predictions using different mixture definitions
Comparing vapor phase density predictions using different mixture definitions

Examine the changes in fingerprint compounds

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Changes in C7 fingerprinting compounds
Changes in C8 fingerprinting compounds
Changes in C10 fingerprinting compounds

Complex Phase History

Evaporative Fractionation

Cbange in Liquid Fraction
Change in Aromatic / Paraffinitic ratios

Gas Washing


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