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Hello to PNG 520, Phase Relations in Reservoir engineering. Please make sure you go through the Course Orientation, located in the "Start Here!" menu on the left, to become familiar with the instructor, assignments, and course schedule. Begin the course when you are ready by viewing the Table of Contents below.
Table of Contents
- Module 1 — Introduction and Purpose
- Module 2 — Phase Diagrams, Part I
- Module 3 — Phase Diagrams, Part II
- Module 4 — Phase Diagrams, Part III
- Module 5 — Phase Diagrams, Part IV
- Module 6 — PT Behavior and Equations of State (EOS), Part I
- Module 7 — PT Behavior and Equations of State (EOS), Part II
- Module 8 — PT Behavior and Equations of State (EOS), Part III
- Module 9 — Cubic EOS and Their Behavior (I)
- Module 10 — Cubic EOS and Their Behavior (II)
- Module 11 — Cubic EOS and Their Behavior (III)
- Module 12 — Elementary Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium (I)
- Module 13 — Elementary Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium (II)
- Module 14 — Thermodynamic Tools (I)
- Module 15 — Thermodynamic Tools (II)
- Module 16 — Thermodynamic Tools (III)
- Module 17 — Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium via EOS
- Module 18 — Properties of Natural Gas and Condensates (I)
- Module 19 — Properties of Natural Gas and Condensates (II)
- Module 20 — Engineering Applications (I)
- Module 21 — Engineering Applications (II)
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