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Course Name
Turkish İleri Doğal Gaz Mühendisliği
English Advanced Natural Gas Engineering
Course Code
PET 505E Credit Lecture
Semester -
3 3 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator İbrahim Metin Mıhçakan
İbrahim Metin Mıhçakan
Course Objectives 1.Having student to grab the basic properties and behavior of natural gases and its constituents.
2.Providing the conceptual and mathematical infrastructure required in engineering calculations, performed in gas reserve estimates and in the production, storage and transport of natural gas;
3.Teaching methods and giving applications for the solution of common engineering problems, met through the stages of natural gas flow from reservoir to its distribution to the consumer.
Course Description Historical background for the natural gas occurrences, utilization and reserves in Turkey and in the world. Phase behavior, physical and thermodynamic properties of gases. Water content, heating value, and hydrates of natural gases. Flow and metering of gases in pipes and wellbores. Natural gas compression, reserve estimates, and storage. Gas-well deliverability tests.
Course Outcomes Student, who passed the course satisfactorily can:
1.gather, generate, interpret, and asses data in natural gas engineering;
2.identify, inquire, and determine the pertinent methods and solve problems in natural gas engineering;
3.utilize the knowledge in mathematics, basic sciences, basic engineering, and geosciences and their adaptation to computer applications towards solving problems natural gas engineering;
4.be familiar with the new methods and developments, as well as the contemporary equipment used at the facilities of natural gas production, cleansing, storage, and transport;
5.gain awareness on the importance of engineering ethics, human health and environmental protection as well as team work in operating and managing the natural gas fields and facilities
Required Facilities
Textbook Lee, J., and Wattenberger, R.A., Gas Reservoir Engineering, SPE Textbook Vol. 5, Society of Petroleum Engineers, Richardson, Texas, USA, 1996.
Other References 1.Katz, D.L., and Lee, R.L., Natural Gas Engineering – Production and Storage, McGraw-Hill Pub.Co., New York, New York, USA, 1990.
2.Ikoku, C.U., Natural Gas Production Engineering, Krieger Pub. Co., Malabar, Florida, USA, 1992.
3.Mıhçakan, İ. M., PET 431 E - Natural Gas Engineering, Class Notes, Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering Dept., ITU, Istanbul, Turkey, 2008.
4.Katz, D.L., Cornell, D., Kobayashi, R., Poettmann, F.H., Vary, J.A., Elenbaas, J.R., and Weinaug C.F., Handbook of Natural Gas Engineering, McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York, New York, USA, 1959.
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