By Richard M. Bateman
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Thus, the ideal gas law needs a "fudge factor" to make it truly reflect the behavior of natural hydrocarbon gases. This fudge factor is given the symbol Z and is known as the supercompressibility factor: Z Tse PWf. TWf Pse 43 3. 0 Pressure 500psia 180 140 Temperature of 220 260 "- 20 ~ "" ~ .... "- • a! w. Given: 180°F. 3,400 psia. = 20,000 ppm. Twf = pwf = CNaCI 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. (Top) Enrer the abscissa at Twf = 180. Go up to Pwf = 3,400. Read R;w = 16 cUB. (Bottom) Enter the abscissa at 20 (20,000 ppm).
Q) "- 40 U• 0 o ... ""P" -oQ) :JD.. 0 . k\. ::: :::J ..... 1 Gas gravity. )"9 (ai r = 1. 0) Find Tpe and ppc. 75. average gases. 1. 75. 2. Go up to Tpc = 406°R and Ppc = 664 psia. 13 Pseudo-Critical Natural-Gas Parameters. Courtesy Schlumber- ger Well Services; after Brown and Katz 1948. 47 3. RESERVOIR FLUID PROPERTIES When more accurate results are required, the Z factor must be determined. This is a more laborious task and involves: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. finding the pseudo-critical pressure (Ppc ), finding the pseudo-critical temperature (Tpc ), finding the pseudo-reduced pressure (Ppr ), finding the pseudo-reduced temperature (Tpr ), and using the latter two to find Z.
During the production process, however, the tempera- 35 3. RESERVOIR FLUID PROPERTIES PHASE DIAGRAM II o I Liquid -......... PV PLANE II Critical I o Bubble point ~ I /" Bubble point t w a:: ::J W 0:: ::J (f) (f) W 0:: Q. Dewpoint W 0:: (f) (f) \ Q. 4 Bubble-Point and Dewpoint Determination for a Multicompo- nent System. Courtesy Schlumberger Well Services. 5 Phase Diagram of a Normal GOR Well. Courtesy Schlumberger Well Servh"es. :. erv; . ;. :. 6 Phase Diagram of a Retrograde Condensate-Gas Well.