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Useful Oil And Gas Processing Calculations - Part #2


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#1 Yasserkassem

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Posted 10 March 2021 - 03:31 AM

calculation of :

 
8- Liquid and gas retention time in separators
 
9- sizing of 2 phase separator with examples
 
10- design of 3 phase separators with examples
 
11- Heat Required for heating crude oil
 
12- Salt Content in crude oil
 
13- Gas Orifice and gas rate Calculations
 
14- Liquid Measurements with orifice
 
15- Control Valve Sizing for gas and liquids
 

Attached File  8- Liquid and gas retention time in separators.docx   18.06KB   29 downloads

Attached File  9- sizing of 2 phase separator with examples.docx   768.24KB   34 downloads

Attached File  10- design of 3 phase separators with examples.docx   333.24KB   32 downloads

Attached File  11- Heat Required for heating crude oil.docx   15.53KB   20 downloads

Attached File  12- Salt Content in crude oil.docx   14.53KB   20 downloads

Attached File  13- Gas Orifice and gas rate Calculations.docx   68.77KB   23 downloads

Attached File  14- Liquid Measurements with orifice.docx   149.05KB   19 downloads

Attached File  15- Control Valve Sizing for gas and liquids.docx   473.43KB   35 downloads

 

 

 

 

 

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Edited by Yasserkassem, 10 March 2021 - 03:35 AM.


#2 Divid Kelin

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Posted 20 March 2021 - 01:11 AM

Excellent job dear
Keep it up

#3 adhinaharindra

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Posted 27 December 2021 - 07:01 PM

great and very helpful tools

thx



#4 Bobby Strain

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Posted 27 December 2021 - 11:36 PM

There are always risks in using  software or procedures that are not vetted. I recommend that no one should use them for real work without thorough validation. That applies to my work, too. This applies equally well to spreadsheets and procedures from sources like GPSA. And some textbooks from well know professors. Spreadsheets are notoriously risky. But there are some reliable sources. Most risky are spreadsheets that rely on cell formulas. And/or "poke & hope" solution technique.

 

Bobby


Edited by Bobby Strain, 27 December 2021 - 11:39 PM.





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