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The Stability of Fluid Production From a Flexible Riser

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Jonathan A. Montgomery, Hoi C. Yeung

Department of Process and Systems Engineering, School of Mechanical Engineering, Cranfield University, Bedfordshire, England, MK43 0AL

J. Energy Resour. Technol 124(2), 83-89 (May 28, 2002) (7 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1467646 History: Received October 28, 1999; Revised January 30, 2002; Online May 28, 2002
Copyright © 2002 by ASME
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Cranfield University riser rig
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Flow pattern map, 2 bara
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Flow pattern map, 4 bara
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Flow pattern map, 7 bara
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Upper and lower limb pressure difference SS1, 2 bara, UG=0.1 m/s,UL=0.13 m/s
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Flexible riser applications
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Riser base pressure variation during severe slugging in an S-shaped riser
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Peak liquid production during SST, 2 bara
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Peak liquid production during oscillation, 4 bara
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Upper and lower limb pressure difference oscillation flow, 4 bara, UG=0.26 m/s,UL=0.28 m/s
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Liquid production SS2, 2 bara, UG=0.34 m/s,UL=0.3 m/s
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Liquid production during SS3, 2 bara, UG=0.67 m/s,UL=0.14 m/s
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Liquid slug sizes during transitional severe slugging, 2 bara
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Liquid production during oscillation, 4 bara, UG=0.26 m/s,UL=0.28 m/s
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Liquid surge sizes during oscillation, 4 bara
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Peak liquid production during SS1, 2 bara
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Liquid production during SS1, 2 bara UG=0.1 m/s,UL=0.13 m/s
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Liquid transient size during SS1, 2 bara
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Total liquid slug size during SS1, 2 bara

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