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Course Name
Turkish Hidrokarbon Akışkanların Termodinamiği
English Hydrocarbon Thermodynamics
Course Code
PET 509E Credit Lecture
Semester 3
3 3 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Şenol Yamanlar
Şenol Yamanlar
Course Objectives 1. To introduce basic concepts of thermodynamics;
2. To introduce phase behavior of pure and mixtures of hydrocarbons;
3. To demonstrate how to write energy and mass balances for open and closed systems;
4. To show how to predict thermodynamic properties using equation of state and correlations;
5. To explain chemical potential, fugacity, and fugacity coefficient;
6. To introduce processes used in petroleum and natural gas reservoir modeling.
Course Description General phase behavior od petroleum and natural gas systems; First and second laws of thermodynamics; Thermodynamic processes; Mass and energy balance for open systems; PVT behavior of pure components; Corresponding states law; Equations of state; Vapor pressure, z-factor for hydrocarbon gases, enthalpy, entropy and heat capacity correlations; Property relations for homogeneous phases; Residual properties; Joule-Thomson effect; Simple models for VLE; Property relations for mixtures, chemical potential and phase equilibrium, partial properties; Definition of fugacity and fugacity coefficient; Models for ideal mixtures; Modeling of vapor-liquid equilibrium; CCE, CVD and differential vaporization processes.
Course Outcomes M.Sc. students who successfully pass this course gain knowledge, skill and competency in the following subjects;
I.Basic concepts of thermodynamics;
II.Phase behavior of pure and hydrocarbon mixtures;
III.Energy and mass balances for thermodynamic systems;
IV.Prediction of thermodynamic properties using equation of state and correlations;
V.Simple models for VLE
VI.Prediction of VLE using chemical potential, fugacity and fugacity coefficient;
VII.Processes encountered during petroleum and natural gas production.
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