MOST ACCURATE TWO-PHASE PRESSURE-DROP CORRELATION IDENTIFIED

Masud Behnia University of New South Wales Sydney Comparisons between measured oil pipeline pressure-drop values for two-phase flow and predictions by several commonly used correlations indicate that the Beggs and Brill correlation 1 has the lowest average error and therefore best represents the measured values. The present study compared pressure-drop predictions of several correlations commonly used in the oil industry with large oil pipelines' measured values stored in a data bank.

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