Improvement in sachdeva's multiphase choke flow model using field data

B. Guo, H.E. Dr. Ali AL-Bimani, A. Ghalambor

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Abstract

Sachdeva's choke flow model has been found capable of predicting critical-subcritical boundary and liquid and gas flow rates for multiphase crude systems. Although this model was shown to be accurate by Sachdeva et al. in their original paper using laboratory and field data, inaccuracy of the model has been found in other field applications. In this study, the accuracy of the choke model was evaluated using data from 239 oil wells and 273 gas condensate wells in Southwest Llouisiana. Comparisons of results from measurements and model calculations indicate that the model is more accurate for oil wells than for gas condensate wells. It was found that the error of the model could be minimized using different values of choke discharge coefficient (CD). For oil wells, CD = 1.08 should be used for liquid rate predictions, and CD = 0.78 should be used for gas rate predictions. For gas condensate wells, CD = 1.07 should be used for gas rate predictions, and CD = 1.53 should be used for liquid rate predictions.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCanadian International Petroleum Conference 2002, CIPC 2002
PublisherPetroleum Society of Canada (PETSOC)
ISBN (Print)9781613991091
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 2002
EventCanadian International Petroleum Conference 2002, CIPC 2002 - Calgary, Canada
Duration: Jun 11 2002Jun 13 2002

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OtherCanadian International Petroleum Conference 2002, CIPC 2002
CountryCanada
CityCalgary
Period6/11/026/13/02

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  • Geochemistry and Petrology
  • Energy Engineering and Power Technology

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Guo, B., AL-Bimani, H. E. D. A., & Ghalambor, A. (2002). Improvement in sachdeva's multiphase choke flow model using field data. In Canadian International Petroleum Conference 2002, CIPC 2002 Petroleum Society of Canada (PETSOC).

Improvement in sachdeva's multiphase choke flow model using field data. / Guo, B.; AL-Bimani, H.E. Dr. Ali; Ghalambor, A.

Canadian International Petroleum Conference 2002, CIPC 2002. Petroleum Society of Canada (PETSOC), 2002.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Guo, B, AL-Bimani, HEDA & Ghalambor, A 2002, Improvement in sachdeva's multiphase choke flow model using field data. in Canadian International Petroleum Conference 2002, CIPC 2002. Petroleum Society of Canada (PETSOC), Canadian International Petroleum Conference 2002, CIPC 2002, Calgary, Canada, 6/11/02.
Guo B, AL-Bimani HEDA, Ghalambor A. Improvement in sachdeva's multiphase choke flow model using field data. In Canadian International Petroleum Conference 2002, CIPC 2002. Petroleum Society of Canada (PETSOC). 2002
Guo, B. ; AL-Bimani, H.E. Dr. Ali ; Ghalambor, A. / Improvement in sachdeva's multiphase choke flow model using field data. Canadian International Petroleum Conference 2002, CIPC 2002. Petroleum Society of Canada (PETSOC), 2002.
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