CONDENSATE AT "T'S"-1 CALCULATIONS PREDICT CONDENSATE MOVEMENT AT 'T' JUNCTIONS

01/21/1991
Jan M. H. Fortuin, Peter J. Hamersma, Jaap Hart University of Amsterdam Amsterdam Harry J. Smit, W. P. Baan NV Nederlandse Gasunie Groningen, The Netherlands A model for the prediction of the route preference of condensate at "T" junctions in gas-transportation pipelines has been developed. The double-stream model can be applied to sharp-edged and radiused, regular, and reduced T and Y junctions. The model permits an understanding of condensate behavior at a junction. From this knowledge, precautions can be taken to install gas-liquid separators at those pipeline sections where condensate accumulates. ...
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