|Title:||Prediction of phase equilibrium for gas hydrate in the presence of organic inhibitors and electrolytes by using an explicit pressure-dependent Langmuir adsorption constant in the van der Waals-Platteeuw model||Authors:||Chin H.-Y.
|Keywords:||Electrolyte;Fugacity model;Gas hydrate;Langmuir adsorption constant;Organic inhibitor;Van der Waals-Platteeuw model||Issue Date:||2013||Journal Volume:||66||Start page/Pages:||34||Source:||Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics||Abstract:||
A new approach is developed for the prediction of the melting curve of gas hydrate with single or multiple additives, including organic inhibitors and electrolytes. This is made possible by combining a predictive equation of state for the fluid phase, the Peng-Robinson-Stryjek-Vera equation of state (PRSV EoS) combined with the COSMO-SAC activity coefficient model through the first order modified Huron-Vidal (MHV1) mixing rule, and a modified van der Waals-Platteeuw model for the hydrate phase. We have examined this method for the change of the melting condition of gas hydrate upon addition of single organic inhibitor, single electrolyte, and a mixture of organic and electrolyte. The absolute average relative deviation in temperature (AARD-T) for these three types of systems are 0.79% (695 data points, T from 230.2 K to 294.0 K, P from 0.10 MPa to 33.9 MPa), 0.16% (810 data points, T from 259.5 K to 299.1 K, P from 0.13 MPa to 71.56 MPa), and 1.56% (316 data points, T from 248.2 K to 292.9 K, P from 0.90 MPa to 73.28 MPa), respectively. We believe that the proposed model is useful for the exploitation of natural or synthetic gas hydrates with multiple additives. ? 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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