Hexapod pilot tests determine the influence of 3D motions on the performance of an amine-based Acid Gas Removal Unit installed on a floating support

Gauthier Perdu, Clément Salais, Vincent Carlier, Claire Weiss, Thomas Maubert, Pascal Alix, Manel Fourati, Philippe Beard, Graeme White

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The objective of thsi paper is to present new improvements in the kowledge of the performace of an Acid gas Removal Unit (AGRU) installed on a floating gas production facility, thanks to an R&D program testing the influence of 3D motions and accelerations.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages23
Publication statusPublished - 14 Nov 2016
Event10th International Petroleum Technology Conference - Bangkok, Thailand
Duration: 14 Nov 201616 Nov 2016

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Conference10th International Petroleum Technology Conference
Abbreviated titleIPTC 2016
CountryThailand
CityBangkok
Period14/11/1616/11/16

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Perdu, G., Salais, C., Carlier, V., Weiss, C., Maubert, T., Alix, P., ... White, G. (2016). Hexapod pilot tests determine the influence of 3D motions on the performance of an amine-based Acid Gas Removal Unit installed on a floating support. Paper presented at 10th International Petroleum Technology Conference, Bangkok, Thailand.
Perdu, Gauthier ; Salais, Clément ; Carlier, Vincent ; Weiss, Claire ; Maubert, Thomas ; Alix, Pascal ; Fourati, Manel ; Beard, Philippe ; White, Graeme. / Hexapod pilot tests determine the influence of 3D motions on the performance of an amine-based Acid Gas Removal Unit installed on a floating support. Paper presented at 10th International Petroleum Technology Conference, Bangkok, Thailand.23 p.
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