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  • ISBN 2710808587
  • ISBN13 978-2710808589
  • Language English
  • Author Bernard Tavitian
  • Publisher Editions Technips (July 1, 2005)
  • Pages 295
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  • Category Engineering
  • Subcategory Engineering
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Molecular simulation is an emerging technology for determining the properties of many systems that are of interest to the oil and gas industry, and more generally to the chemical industry. Based on a universally accepted theoretical background, molecular simulation accounts for the precise structure of molecules in evaluating their interactions. Taking advantage of the availability of powerful computers at moderate cost, molecular simulation is now providing reliable predictions in many cases where classical methods (such as equations of state or group contribution methods) have limited prediction capabilities. This is particularly useful for designing processes involving toxic components, extreme pressure conditions, or adsorption selectivity in microporous adsorbents. Molecular simulation moreover provides a detailed understanding of system behaviour. As illustrated by their award from the American Institute of Chemical Engineers for the best overall performance at the Fluid Simulation Challenge 2004, the authors are recognized experts in Monte Carlo simulation techniques, which they use to address equilibrium properties. This book presents these techniques in sufficient detail for readers to understand how simulation works, and describes many applications for industrially relevant problems. The book is primarily dedicated to chemical engineers who are not yet conversant with molecular simulation techniques. In addition, specialists in molecular simulation will be interested in the large scope of applications presented (including fluid properties, fluid phase equilibria, adsorption in zeolites, etc.).Contents: 1. Introduction. 2. Basics of Molecular Simulation. 3. Fluid Phase Equilibria and Fluid Properties. 4. Adsorption. 5. Conclusion and Perspectives. Appendix

Ungerer and others published Applications of Molecular Simulation in the Oil .

Cite this publication. By using Gibbs Ensemble Monte Carlo simulation method, we computed phase equilibria of CO 2 and petroleum fluids to obtain ternary phase diagrams.

Molecular simulation is an emerging technology for determining the properties of many systems that are of interest to the oil and gas industry, and more generally to the chemical industry

Molecular simulation is an emerging technology for determining the properties of many systems that are of interest to the oil and gas industry, and more generally to the chemical industry.

Monte Carlo simulations. Applications of Molecular Simulation in the Oil and Gas Industry. IFP Publications, 2005. All Monte Carlo simulations have been performed with the GIBBS code from IFP, CNRS and the Universit´e Paris-Sud. FIG. 3: Coloured maps of thermodynamic variable (particle velocity, progress variable, internal temperature and pressure) in a time-space diagram.

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Philippe Ungerer, Véronique Lachet, Bernard Tavitian. Applications of Molecular Simulation in Oil and Gas Production and Processing. Oil & Gas Science and Technology - Revue d’IFP Energies nouvelles, Institut Français du Pétrole, 2006, 61 (3), p. 87-403. 1. 516/ogst:2006040a. Despite the large amount of experimental data in the literature, the oil and gas industry faces several problems where this kind of difficulty is encountered: – systems containing toxic or corrosive components like.

One of the ways to solve the problem is to apply Monte Carlo simulation method for the investment efficiency analysis.

The tools currently used for project assessment are seen as insufficient, and the results they provide are not informative enough for investment decision-making. One of the ways to solve the problem is to apply Monte Carlo simulation method for the investment efficiency analysis.

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