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Vapor liquid equilibrium software
Vapor liquid equilibrium software
Vapor liquid equilibrium software

FLOW ASSURANCE

Flow assurance refers to guarantee of flow of a hydrocarbon stream in a pipeline from reservoir to point of sale. In hydrocarbon flow in a pipeline, pipeline blockage may occur due to formation of various solids like gas hydrates, wax, asphaltene, scale and naphthenates. Read More

MCCABE THIELE METHOD
McCabe Thiele method is a procedure followed in finding number of equilibrium stages of a binary distillation column. A binary distillation column is used to separate a binary hydrocarbon mixture based on the difference in volatilities of the two hydrocarbon compounds forming the hydrocarbon mixture. A temperature-concentration diagram (T-x-y plot) of the hydrocarbon mixture to be separated is initially plotted. Read More

COMPRESSIBILITY FACTOR
The compressibility factor (Z) or compressibility accounts for non-ideality in pressure, volume and temperature relation of an ideal gas given by the ideal gas law. The ideal gas law is given below. Read More

OIL AND NATURAL GAS PROCESS SIMULATION SOFTWARE
Oil and Natural Gas Process Simulation Software is used to simulate various processes relating to production, processing and use of oil and natural gas mixtures by calculating various properties of oil and natural gas mixtures. Some of the popular examples of oil and natural gas simulation softwares are Aspen Hysys, Aspen Plus, ChemCAD, Prosim, Simsci etc. Read More 

BUBBLE POINT
A hydrocarbon mixture converts from liquid phase to vapour phase over a range of temperature for a given pressure. Bubble point or bubble point temperature is the temperature value for a given pressure at which first bubble of vapour is formed out of liquid hydrocarbon mixture. Read More

WATER DEW POINT
The water dew point (or simply the dew point) of a gas mixture is the temperature, at a given pressure, at which any water vapours present in the gas mixture will start to condense into liquid water. The water dew point of a gas mixture, at a given pressure, is often referred to as the temperature at which the gas mixture is saturated with water vapours. Read More

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