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Equation of state 1. Gas viscosity 1. Solubility of natural gas in water 1. Solubility of water vapor in natural gas 1. Hydrates 1. Specific heat ratio Chapter 2: Single-phase flow Abstract 2.

Single-phase gas flow 2. Single-phase liquid flow Chapter 3: Multiphase flow Abstract 3. Qualitative aspects 3.

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Examples of correlations and mechanistic models developed for vertical upward multiphase flow 3. Horizontal multiphase flow 3.

Unified models 3. Fluid flow through annular cross-sections Chapter 4: Single and multiphase flow through restrictions Abstract 4. Gas flow through restrictions 4.

Liquid flow through restrictions 4. Multiphase flow through restrictions Chapter 5: Total system analysis applied to gas lift design Abstract 5. Determination of the depth of the operating point of injection 5.

Calculation examples Chapter 6: Gas lift equipment Abstract 6. Gas lift valves and latches 6.

Gas lift mandrels 6. Wireline equipment 6. Types of completions for gas lift installations Chapter 7: Gas lift valve mechanics Abstract 7. Force-balance equations for the different types of gas lift valves 7. Determination of the port and bellows areas 7.

Gas flow through gas lift valves Abstract 8. Use of the Thornhill—Craver equation for gas lift valves 8. Mathematical models for the dynamic behavior of gas lift valves 8. Use of chokes installed upstream of the seat 8. Orifice valves with special geometry seats Chapter 9: Design of continuous gas lift installations Abstract 9.

Determination of the operating injection point depth, target injection gas flow rate, and the liquid flow rate the well can produce 9.

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Gas lift mandrel spacing procedures and valve design calculations 9. Stability check of the gas lift design 9. Examples of gas lift designs Chapter Design of intermittent gas lift installations Abstract Description of the production cycle General fundamentals and implementation guidance for intermittent gas lift Types of completions for intermittent gas lift Description of pilot valves Types of control of the surface gas injection Intermittent gas lift design for simple type completions Design of accumulation chambers Simple type accumulator Inserted chambers and inserted accumulators Intermittent gas lift in dual wells Plunger-assisted intermittent gas lift General considerations for gas lift systems with wells on intermittent gas lift Chapter Be the first to review this item Amazon Best Sellers Rank: Tell the Publisher!

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Hard Bound Publishing Date: If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website. Produces with a Lower Casing Pressure Most plunger lifts permit well flow production even with less than pounds of casing pressure.

Transient fluid-flow wellbore simulations and numerical reservoir simulations were used to determine the performance potential and effectiveness of the artificial lift mechanism for long-term productivity.

This average gradient or intermittent spacing factor SF is dependent on the tubing size and anticipated production rate. The plunger remains at the bottom of the well until ample lifting pressure has built up; then a signal is sent through the casing pressure to the surface to open the flow line valve.

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