2010
DOI: 10.1080/10916460902780327 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: As oil and gas field development moves further into deep seas, maximizing hydrocarbon extraction at an acceptable cost is one of the greatest challenges facing the industry today. In this regard, considerable attention has been given to understanding the flow behavior in long and deep flow line risers of different topologies through transient multiphase simulation. However, the application of the large diameter to the above scenario is still an unresolved issue creating a great deal of uncertainty. This is mai… Show more

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“…At present, many scholars have used OLGA to conduct a large number of numerical simulation calculations on gas‐cap emptying, pigging, and other fields, and CAESAR II stress analysis software has also been widely applied to stress analysis of buried pipelines, which shows that the OLGA and the CAESAR II numerical simulation results are in good agreement with experiment results. We will use these software packages to build a computational model of the pipeline.…”
Section: Physical Model and Boundary Conditionsmentioning
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“…At present, many scholars have used OLGA to conduct a large number of numerical simulation calculations on gas‐cap emptying, pigging, and other fields, and CAESAR II stress analysis software has also been widely applied to stress analysis of buried pipelines, which shows that the OLGA and the CAESAR II numerical simulation results are in good agreement with experiment results. We will use these software packages to build a computational model of the pipeline.…”
Section: Physical Model and Boundary Conditionsmentioning
“…OLGA version5.1 was used in this work, and the ''slug tracking module'' was not used for intermittent cases as numerical stability problems were encountered when the slug tracking option was ''ON'' in the simulations performed. Further details of the Butterworth (1975) -24.07 9.66 Based on slip ratio (S) relationships Chisholm (1972) -27.5 9.89 Premoli et al (1970 10.11 10.54 Guzhov et al (1967) 3.13 16.82 Based on drift flux model, mostly from the nuclear industry Kataoka and Ishii (1987) 1.55 10.40 Chexal et al (1992) -4.53 19.62 Hibiki and Ishii (2003) 1.75 8.78 Based on popular oil and gas industry Duns and Ros (1963) 15.62 13.86 Beggs and Brill (1973) 21.42 50.73 Two-fluid model OLGAS 30.26 11.51 modeling assumptions, material specifications, boundary conditions, and runtime conditions are given elsewhere (Ali and Yeung, 2010).…”
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“…It occurs in the reservoirs, oil and gas wells, fluid export systems, refineries and petrochemical activities [6,7,17]. Predicting reservoir and pipe or flowlines performance and economy requires accurate modelling of the hydrodynamics of this process [2,4,11]. Mathematical modelling is commonly used for resolving this flow characteristics and associated issues [8,28,29].…”
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