Phase Relations in Reservoir engineering

Course Description

In this course, you will learn about phase relations as applied to oil and/or gas reservoir processes, enhanced oil recovery, gas pipeline transportation, natural gas processing and liquefaction, and other problems in petroleum production. The primary objective of the course is to apply the thermodynamics of phase equilibrium to the framework for phase behavior modeling of petroleum fluids. The focus of the course will be on equilibrium thermodynamics and its relevance to phase behavior predictions and phase equilibrium data description. We will attempt to apply phase behavior principles to petroleum production processes of practical interest, especially natural gas condensate systems.

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Michael Adewumi

Michael Adewumi is Professor of Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering and Vice Provost for Global Programs at Penn State. He is also the Quentin E. and Louise L. Wood Faculty Fellow in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering at Penn State University. In his role as Vice Provost for Global Programs, he provides leadership for all of Penn State's global engagements, ranging from hosting thousands of students from more than 100 countries to sending thousands of Penn State students to more than 200 study abroad programs overseas and building strategic partnerships with institutions around the world. The Global Programs office supports and promotes the development of the International dimension that pervades Penn State's integration of teaching, research/scholarship, service, and outreach.