Implementation of Hagedorn-Brown Correlation Method in Single Fluid Volume Element (SFVE) Method for Predicting Flow of Geothermal Well based on Pressure-Depth and Temperature-Depth Measurement Data at Static Condition

Authors: Sparisoma Viridi, Windra Yusman, Sudjati Rachmat

Advancement of implementation of single fluid volume element (SFVE) method in geothermal well application is presented in this work. Static pressure-depth profile is changed to dynamic one by implementing Hagedorn-Brown correlation method, which takes into account effects of acceleration, elevation, and friction in pressure depth calculation. Two-phase flow influences in mass flow, velocity, enthalpy, and density of flow are also considered.

Comments: 6 Pages. 4 figures, 10 tables

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[v1] 2015-06-02 09:08:28

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