Hydrocarbon dew point pressure calculator
Hydrocarbon dew point pressure calculator from EQ-COMP calculates
Hydrocarbon dew point pressure/ s, compositions, K values, liquid and vapour compressibility factor values, liquid and vapour densities and liquid and vapour molecular weight at desired temperature.
Equilibrium temperature, compositions, K values and compressibility factor values at pressure values throughout the hydrocarbon dew point curve at increments of 0.4 bars.
Phase envelope temperature at increments of 0.4 bars throughout the phase envelope and phase envelope curve.
The phase envelope of a hydrocarbon mixture is a temperature-pressure plot consisting of a bubble point curve and a hydrocarbon dew point curve. Hydrocarbon dew point curve is a plot of various hydrocarbon dew point temperature values and corresponding hydrocarbon dew point pressure values for a hydrocarbon mixture. Hydrocarbon dew point pressure is the pressure corresponding to a given temperature on the hydrocarbon dew point curve for a hydrocarbon mixture. For most hydrocarbon mixture, one or two hydrocarbon dew point pressure value exists for any given temperature value below cricondentherm value.
Hydrocarbon dew point pressure values are used as design parameters for various process engineering equipments used in hydrocarbon industry like distillation columns, compressors etc. Hydrocarbon dew point pressure values are used in designing of gas pipelines where they give the minimum operating pressure of the pipeline. At pressure values below hydrocarbon dew point pressure values, hydrocarbon condensation starts taking place resulting in possibility of hydrocarbon liquid entering the compressor placed downstream of the pipeline. Apart from these, hydrocarbon dew point pressure values find extensive usage in various other chemical engineering calculations involving hydrocarbon mixtures.
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Calculation cost (without Binary Interaction Parameters) : USD 25
Calculation cost (with constant or user defined BIPs ) : USD 100