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Automation and Remote Control

, Volume 62, Issue 9, pp 1445–1452 | Cite as

Distributed Measuring-Calculating Methods of Modeling Flows in Pipeline Systems

  • A. I. Frolov
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Abstract

For modeling and identifying the distribution of homogeneous and heterogeneous flows in pipeline systems, measuring-calculating methods based on indirect measurements of the boundary conditions were proposed. They evaluate the directly non-measurable flow parameters. Homogeneous flows of the oil-field water from the group pumping stations to the injection wells and the gas-lift gas from the compressor stations to the oil-producing wells, as well as the heterogeneous flows of the water-oil and gas mix in multiple-pipeline systems from the producing wells to the automatic group measurement installations were discussed as particular applications.

Keywords

Boundary Condition Mechanical Engineer System Theory Modeling Flow Indirect Measurement 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. I. Frolov
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  1. 1.“Tatneftebitum” Experimental Oil-Gas DirectorateLeninigorsk, Republic of TatarstanRussia

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