Evaluating Pressure in Deepwater Gas Pipeline for the Prediction of Natural Gas Hydrate Formation

A. Abbasi, F. Mohd Hashim

Abstract


This paper proposes the prediction of hydrate formation pressure in deepwater pipeline with an approach of intelligent optimization. The proposed novel correlation of hydrate formation is using the function of ordinary differential equation. The developed optimization prediction model was founded on the constant coefficients which were examined by a multiple set of experimental data of methane (CH4), ethane (C2H6), propane (C3H8), iso-butane (iC4), nitrogen (N), Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and hydrogen sulfide (H2S) hydrates. The consequences of this research are highly optimistic for the natural gas production industry.


Keywords


intelligent optimization techniques; hydrate formation conditions; natural gases; ordinary differential equation

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