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“…The Results of error analysis of new proposed models and other existing correlations are given in Table 4. As Berge correlation has low accurate for prediction of hydrate formation temperature (Zahedi et al, 2009), the result of error analysis (Bahadori et al 2007;Bahadori andVuthaluru, 2009a, 2009b) of this correlation is briefly mentioned here. By reviewing the error analysis, one can discover that the temperatures predicted by the proposed correlation have a good agreement with the experimental data points while other existing correlations don't offer such estimation capability.…”
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“…The Results of error analysis of new proposed models and other existing correlations are given in Table 4. As Berge correlation has low accurate for prediction of hydrate formation temperature (Zahedi et al, 2009), the result of error analysis (Bahadori et al 2007;Bahadori andVuthaluru, 2009a, 2009b) of this correlation is briefly mentioned here. By reviewing the error analysis, one can discover that the temperatures predicted by the proposed correlation have a good agreement with the experimental data points while other existing correlations don't offer such estimation capability.…”
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“…The relative humidity using wet bulb depression and dry bulb temperature was estimated by the predictive tool (Bahadori, 2013). In all these studies a predictive tool based on Vandermonde matrix was used to provide a reliable estimate for engineers (Bahadori et al 2007;Bahadori, 2009;Bahadori andVuthaluru 2009a, 2009b). The Levenberg-Marquardt algorithm (LMA) as an optimization method has been used in some studies to present a new optimized model.…”
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“…An inherent problem with natural gas production or transmission is the formation of gas hydrates, which can lead to safety hazards for production/transportation systems, and substantial economic risks (Bahadori et al, 2008a;Bahadori et al, 2008b;Bahadori, 2009;Bahadori and Vuthaluru, 2009). Chemical inhibitors are injected at the wellhead and prevent hydrate formation by depressing the hydrate temperature below that of the pipeline operating temperature (Bahadori et al, 2008c).…”
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“…Methanol is the most commonly used hydrate inhibitor in subsea petroleum industries, gas treatment and processing, pipelines and wells (Bahadori, 2009;Elgibaly & Elkamel, 2009;Lundstrøm, Michelsen, Kontogeorgis, Pedersen, & Sørensen, 2006) with worldwide usage several million dollars per year (Bruinsma, Desens, Notz, & Sloan, 2004). Because of its high volatility, methanol is lost in the vapor phase.…”
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“…However, when it is injected continuously, as is often observed in gas systems then it is sometimes regenerated. However, losses to the vapor phase can be prohibitive, in which case operators select monoethylene glycol (GPSA, 2004;Bahadori, 2009). Often when applying this inhibitor, there is a significant expense associated with the cost of "lost" methanol.…”
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