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Natural Gas Fluid Properties

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Course Credit: 0.33 CEU, 3.3 PDH

Introduces basic concepts, instrumentation and terminology used in natural gas engineering. Reviews characteristics of natural gas fluid systems. Describes devices for measuring temperature, pressure, volume, flow rate, density and other properties, and discusses well selection, conditioning and sampling procedures. Outlines methods for measuring mass flow rates and determining mixed-stream compositions.

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    Introduces basic concepts, instrumentation and terminology used in natural gas engineering. Reviews characteristics of natural gas fluid systems. Describes devices for measuring temperature, pressure, volume, flow rate, density and other properties, and discusses well selection, conditioning and sampling procedures. Outlines methods for measuring mass flow rates and determining mixed-stream compositions.

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Earn credits by completing this course0.33 CEU credit3.3 PDH credits