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Kuwait University

College of Engineering and Petroleum


Petroleum Engineering Department

Gas Condensate
PE 543
Spring 2013

HW # 1
Deadline Due To March,25,2013

Group No.1
Muhommed AlGhanemi

Nasser Hadi AlAzmi

Submitted By:
Nasser Hadi AlAzmi

Supervised By:
Dr. Osama AlOmair

Problem# 1:
Pure Butane is contained in a closed vessel at 120 F. Both gas and Liguid phases are
present. Calculate the density of the gas and Liquid phases, by using:
-

Van Der Waals EOS.


Redlich Kwong EOS.

And Compare the results with your comments.

P
T

Input Data
Psia
14.7
F
120
Bure Butane

Solution:
1. Van Der Waals EOS.

Where:

R = 10.73

2. Redlich-Kwong EOS.

Where:

R = 10.73

Pv

Output Data
Van Der Waals EOS
70(using cox
Psia
chart)
Pv

Redlich Kwong EOS


70(using cox
Psia
chart)

Tc

305.62

Tc

305.62

Pc
a
b
A
B

Psia
Fraction
Fraction
Fraction
Fraction

550.8
51691.11
1.864357
0.093424
0.02097

Pc
a
b
A
B

Psia
Fraction
Fraction
Fraction
Fraction

550.8
1449253.401
1.292223111
0.108760937
0.014534759

Zv

Fraction

0.9219

Zv

Fraction

0.897192854

ZL
Mw

Fraction
IB/Ib-mole

0.0314
58.123

ZL
Mw

Fraction
IB/Ib-mole

0.0217
58.123

IB/ft3

0.709144

IB/ft3

0.728672771

IB/ft3

20.82038

IB/ft3

30.12718906

So Van Der Waals and Redlich- Kwong EOSs have the same value of gas density
but different liquid density.

For Van Der Waals EOS:

For Redlich-Kwong EOS:

Where P is the vapor pressure, M is the molecular weight, T is the system


temperature.

Problem #2:
Calculate the mixture Density of eight gas-condensate samples (see attached table).
The composition and other properties are mentioned in the table, by using:
-

SRK EOS @ P= 3500 Psi & T = 180 F.


SRK EOS @ P= 4200 Psi & T = 220 F.

And Compare the results with your comments.


Table.1
Components

Mixture
Aa

Bb

Cc

Dd

Ee

Ff

Gg

Hh

CO2

0.6954

0.6

0.44

0.61

2.44

2.26

0.3

N2

5.3159

5.56

5.47

0.46

0.08

5.67

0.72

Ch4

86.0031

85.19

85.48

91.35

68.64

82.1

45.74

79.17

C2H6

3.4912

3.57

3.5

4.03

13.9

5.78

11.47

7.48

C3H8

1.4032

1.54

1.46

1.53

6.89

2.87

7.59

3.29

i-C4H10

0.3573

0.37

0.37

0.66

0.56

0.52

n-C4H10

0.5237

0.57

0.58

0.82

2.66

1.23

6.38

1.25

i-C5H12

0.2812

0.27

0.28

0.62

0.52

0.36

n-C5H12

0.1842

0.23

0.23

0.34

0.94

0.6

4.31

0.55

n-C6H14

0.4004

0.39

1.14

0.72

5.92

0.62

n-C7H16

0.3272

n-C8H18

0.2877

0.71

n-C9H20

0.1577

0.47

n-C10H22

0.1478

0.31

n-C11H24
C7+

0.1048
-

2.1

2.14

1.54

3.48

3.1

10.66

C12+

0.31

2.25

Type Of
Sampel

Description
+

SG(60/60)

MW

Tb(K)

0.8314

213

554.7

SAI mixture,C12

SAI mixture,C7+

0.7734

129.81

428.3

SAI mixture,C7

0.7861

143.6

451.74

[11]C7+

0.7961

138.78

444.7

[12]C7+

0.7763

152.3

461.25

[13]C7+

0.774

132

430.96

[14]C7+

0.8044

148

462.89

[1]C7+

0.8438

231

579.6

Solution:
In this problem, we will make two different solutions. The first one by assuming the
Binary Interaction equal zero and the other one is by taking account the Binary
Interaction. These two solutions will be solved by Using SRK and PR EOSs under
the same Pressure and Temperature ( P = 3500 psia, T = 180 F) in order to compare
between these two methods. Then, the problem will be solved again but this time by
taking account the Binary Interaction under pressure and temperature of 4200 psia
and 220 F respectively.

Equations Used in this problem:

SRK EOS:
(

))

w is acentric factor of the substance

R = 10.73

By Using Mixing Rule:


For Liquids:
(

For gases:
(

PR EOS:
(

))

w is acentric factor of the substance

R = 10.73

By Using Mixing Rule:


For Liquids:
(

For gases:
(

Notes:
Properties
Tc
Pc
K
w

C7+
By Chart 3.10, McCain Book
By Chart 3.10, McCain Book
Wilsons Correlation
Using Edmisters Correlation

Raizi-Daubert Generalized Correlation:

Where:

Edmisters Correlation:
(

C12+
By Riazi-Daubert Correlation
By Riazi-Daubert Correlation
Wilsons Correlation
Using Edmisters Correlation

Wilsons Correlation:
(

Where:

)(

Solution #1:
Assume Binary Interaction Equal Zero Under ( P = 3500 Psi, T = 180 F).
-

SRK EOS.
Component
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H

Liquid Density(ibf/ft3)

Gas Density (ibf/ft3)

33.095114
32.28809822
32.31289
31.31722
26.69003
29.71608
30.12558
36.91125812

10.151163
10.12674986
10.06368
9.786115
10.8329
10.4608
11.10716
10.04717025

Liquid Density(ibf/ft3)

Gas Density (ibf/ft3)

36.914214
36.06045214
36.09999
34.12399
29.55941
33.07055
33.53245
41.2136076

10.68062
10.65026324
10.17652
9.95524
11.43184
11.02048
11.69047
10.57471499

PR EOS.
Component
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H

SRK and PR EOSs have approximately the same values of gas density but different
values of liquid density.

Solution #2:
Part A: Taking account Binary Interaction under ( P = 3500 Psia, T = 180 F).
-

SRK EOS.
Component
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H

Liquid Density(ibf/ft3)

Gas Density (ibf/ft3)

32.990943
31.74563219
32.28835
31.28223
26.62511
29.64107
30.04791
36.82214424

10.123429
9.696420363
10.04033
9.776373
10.80652
10.41603
11.05026
10.03032702

Liquid Density(ibf/ft3)

Gas Density (ibf/ft3)

36.814972
35.35988166
36.07308
34.07195
29.47839
32.99596
33.46749
41.11310895

10.648443
10.14136278
10.55821
10.99952
11.40105
10.96841
11.62361
10.55523279

PR EOS.
Component
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H

SRK and PR EOSs have approximately the same values of gas density but different
values of liquid density.

Part B: Taking account Binary Interaction under ( P = 4200 Psia, T = 220 F).
-

SRK EOS.
Component
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H

Liquid Density(ibf/ft3)

Gas Density (ibf/ft3)

33.237415
31.88581055
32.37103
31.4352
26.71882
29.71631
29.86112
36.95653523

10.868891
10.46128983
10.77115
10.4676
11.66259
11.19791
11.99521
10.79549262

Liquid Density(ibf/ft3)

Gas Density (ibf/ft3)

37.045763
35.43966615
36.0628
34.22984
29.61331
33.01777
33.20437
41.16342617

11.482186
10.98042483
11.35427
10.71678
12.33213
11.90174
12.65538
11.39356412

PR EOS.
Component
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H

SRK and PR EOSs have approximately the same values of gas density but different
values of liquid density.

Notes: All Work Done By Microsoft Excel and it is Attached By CDs Attachment.