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Control System Simulators for Gas-Liquid Cylindrical Cyclone Separators

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Shoubo Wang, Ram S. Mohan, Ovadia Shoham

Petroleum and Mechanical Engineering Departments, The University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK 74104

Jack D. Marrelli

Texaco E&P Technology Division, Humble, TX 77338

Gene E. Kouba

Chevron Petroleum Technology Company, Houston, TX 77082

J. Energy Resour. Technol 122(4), 177-184 (Jul 11, 2000) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1318203 History: Received October 28, 1999; Revised July 11, 2000
Copyright © 2000 by ASME
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Bulk separation/metering loop for Minas-Indonesia
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Schematic of GLCC control
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Block diagram of integrated level control by both LCV and GCV
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Block diagram of integrated level and pressure control
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Linearized model of GLCC level control by both LCV and GCV
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Linearized model of integrated level and pressure control by both LCV and GCV
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Control system simulator for integrated liquid level by both LCV and GCV
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Control system simulator for liquid level and pressure control by both LCV and GCV
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Control system transient responses for integrated control system—(a) liquid slug input (cft/s), (b) liquid flow rate out (cft/s), (c) liquid level (ft), (d) gas pocket input (cft/s), (e) gas flow rate out (cft/s), (f ) GLCC pressure (psi)
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Liquid flow rate out for integrated liquid level and pressure control by both LCV and GCV—(a) liquid flow rate out due to Cv (cft/s), (b) liquid flow rate out due to pressure (cft/s)
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Gas flow rate out for integrated liquid level and pressure control by both LCV and GCV—(a) gas flow rate out due to Cv (cft/s), (b) gas flow rate out due to pressure (cft/s)
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GLCC pressure for integrated liquid level and pressure control by both LCV and GCV—(a) pressure due to level (psi), (b) pressure due to gas flow (psi)

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