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The properties of petroleum fluids / William D. McCain Jr.

By: McCain, William D [autor]Publisher: Tulsa : Pennwell Publishing Company, ©1990Edition: 2nd edDescription: xxx, 548 páginas : ilustraciones, tablas ; 24 cmContent type: texto Media type: no mediado Carrier type: volumenISBN: 0878143351Subject(s): Gas natural | Ingeniería del depósito de aceite | Petroleo -- DerramamientoDDC classification: 665.5
Contents:
Components of naturally occurring petroleum fluids. -- Hase Behavior. -- Equations of State -- Other equations of sate for real gases. -- The five reservoir fluids. -- Properties of Dry gases. -- Properties of blac oils- Definitios. -- Properties of Black Oils-Fiel Data. -- Propierties of Black Oils-Reservoir Fluid Studies. -- Properties of Black Oils-Correlations. -- Gas-Liquid Equilibria. -- Surface separation. -- Equilibrium-Ratio Correlations. -- Gas-Lquid equilibria calculations with equations of state. -- Properties of Oilfield Waters. -- Gas Hydrates.
Summary: This book was written for use as the textbook for a three - semester hour sophomore - or junior - level course in a petroleum engineering curriculum. Since a secondary objective was to provide a reference book for practicing petroleum engineers, some of the material is unnecessary to prepare the under graduate student for further petroleum engineering coursework .
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

This edition expands its scope as a conveniently arranged petroleum fluids reference book for the practicing petroleum engineer and an authoritative college text.

Include appendix and index. -- Appendix A. -- Appendix B.

Components of naturally occurring petroleum fluids. -- Hase Behavior. -- Equations of State -- Other equations of sate for real gases. -- The five reservoir fluids. -- Properties of Dry gases. -- Properties of blac oils- Definitios. -- Properties of Black Oils-Fiel Data. -- Propierties of Black Oils-Reservoir Fluid Studies. -- Properties of Black Oils-Correlations. -- Gas-Liquid Equilibria. -- Surface separation. -- Equilibrium-Ratio Correlations. -- Gas-Lquid equilibria calculations with equations of state. -- Properties of Oilfield Waters. -- Gas Hydrates.

This book was written for use as the textbook for a three - semester hour sophomore - or junior - level course in a petroleum engineering curriculum. Since a secondary objective was to provide a reference book for practicing petroleum engineers, some of the material is unnecessary to prepare the under graduate student for further petroleum engineering coursework .

Author notes provided by Syndetics

William D. McCain Jr. has been a visiting professor in the Department of Petroleum Engineering at Texas A&M University since 1991. He also has a petroleum consulting firm, McCain Engineering.

McCain started his engineering career with Esso (now Exxon) Research Laboratories in 1956. He was professor and head of the petroleum engineering department at Mississippi State University from 1965 to 1976. He taught petroleum engineering at Texas A&M University from 1984 through 1987. McCain was a consulting petroleum engineer with Cawley, Gillespie & Associates from 1987 until 1991. He was then with S.A. Holditch & Associates from 1991 until 2000, retiring as executive vice president, chief engineer, and member of the board of directors. His engineering specialties within the company were properties of petroleum fluids and reservoir engineering, especially for gas condensates and volatile oils.

He holds four US patents, has published more than 60 technical articles, wrote two editions of The Properties of Petroleum Fluids, and was co-author of Petroleum Reservoir Fluid Property Correlations. He holds a BS degree from Mississippi State College and MS and PhD degrees from Georgia Institute of Technology, all in chemical engineering. He is also a graduate of the US Army War College.

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