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PET 211E - Petroleum Fluid Properties

Course Objectives

1. Provide information on formation and chemistry of petroleum and natural gas,
2. Inform students with basic hydrocarbon phase behavior and hydrocarbon reservoir fluids,
3. Explain real and ideal models used to model gas-liquid equilibria,
4. Explain five different reservoir fluids to the student in detail,
5. Demonstrate experimental and correlative methods to determine hydrocarbon fluid properties.

Course Description

Fluid Properties are a base course for third year Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering students. This course offers a through knowledge of properties of petroleum and natural gas. The course starts with origin, habitat and elements of petroleum and natural gas and basic hydrocarbon chemistry. Fundamental phase behavior of hydrocarbons, laws for ideal and real gases and liquids are introduced. Vapor-Liquid equilibria (VLE) is explained and ideal and real models are discussed. Phase behavior and physical properties of five reservoir fluids is examined in detail. Both correlative and experimental methods to determine the physical properties are introduced.

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Şenol Yamanlar
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