Modified scaling law and parachor method approach for improved prediction of interfacial tension of gas-condensate systems

A. S. Danesh, A. Y. Dandekar, A. C. Todd, R. Sarkar

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    Abstract

    The interfacial tension (I.F.T.) of petroleum reservoir fluids are commonly predicted by either the parachor method or the scaling law. Both methods have been evaluated against literature data of binary systems. The predictive capability of the methods have been improved by a simple modification of the original correlations. The superiority of modified methods have been demonstrated by comparing predicted results with experimental I.F.T. values for two gas condensate fluids at wide ranges of pressure and temperature.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of the 1991 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition
    Pages515-523
    Number of pages9
    VolumeOmega
    Publication statusPublished - 1991
    EventSPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition 1991 -
    Duration: 6 Oct 19919 Oct 1991

    Conference

    ConferenceSPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition 1991
    Period6/10/919/10/91

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