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These new techniques and some recent data will be summarised within this presentation. Full data sets are available with in the ASRL quarterly bulletin. 1 Introduction Several papers have addressed the importance of accurate predictions for the water content of both sour gas and acid gas [1,2]. In particular, the design of a safe acid gas injection project requires that the phase behavior involving H 2 S, C 0 2 and H 2 0 be well characterized [3, 4], Many models have addressed this characterization; however, historically there has been a lack of experimental water content information for the H2S + C 0 2 acid gas mixtures, particularly in the liquid acid gas region [1,3, 5].
7] and maximum H2S contents available in that database of water content information. 3 Equilibration Vessels / Techniques ASRL has used four distinguishable techniques to obtain water content data for acid gases in the gaseous, hydrate, liquid and supercritical region. These four techniques have been classified as follows: Table 1. Experimental water content data for acid gas mixtures. 9 Huang et al. 85 2 10 ACID GAS INJECTION AND RELATED TECHNOLOGIES (1) a visual dew point cell, VDP, applied in the hydrate p-T region; (2) a stirred autoclave, SA, applied in the gaseous p-T region; (3) a basic equilibrium cell, EQ, applied in the gaseous p-T region; and, (4) an isolated floating piston with a micro sampler, IFP/uS, applied in the liquid and supercritical p-T region.
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