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  1. #13
    I only have what was on 4shared.com. It would be good to have the data sets but looks like we are out of luck here.

    For the PVT course it would also help a lot to have the data sets but again, will need to work with what we have. Just the course material.

    Sorry :-(


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  3. #14
    This program is used in the PVT course

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  5. #15
    More detailed information from Dr. Whitson's courses in Norway

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    Enjoy

    Found this to be a good summary

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    Last edited by Shakespear; 10-08-2009 at 03:25 PM.

  6. #16
    Sorry for posting post after post

    Anyone new to EOS will benefit from looking at this thesis

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    As well as those who do not do much of it.


  7. #17
    I look at the video lectures up to Thursday. There is still Friday lecture.

    It is good up to now and you will learn something. However the "meat and potatoes" of this course is the afternoon work at the computer which is not on these videos. So you do not learn HOW to do the work and how to deal with problems. Fair enough.

    The best part so far was on Thursday video 3. There he talks for 40 minutes about doing regression. Bad news is that he did not turn on the mike. THERE IS NO SOUND !!!! Bad luck or on purpose, I do not know.

    The part on Compositional Gradients is worth listening to and is on the Thur. video 3. Here you will learn how much Oil in Place you could be loosing by NOT considering compositional gradients.
    Last edited by Shakespear; 11-03-2009 at 04:18 PM.

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  9. #18
    I finished looking at the Friday video of the Whitson Course. Bad news again.

    Friday 1, is a repeat of what is on Thur. 3.

    Friday 2, when he gets to the good stuff discussing Black Oil Model errors the video cuts off and returns to beginning. It does not pickup on video 3.

    Friday 3, here he is looking at lumping but gets lost in some error thus spends a lot of time looking for it. So, less time to convey information. Bad luck for us. He then shows how a simulation is set up and what he check. This is good.

    Lets be Happy, as we have this for FREE and YOU WILL learn some good things in here !!!!!!!!!!!!

  10. #19
    Some may find the following file very interesting if they use PVTi and E300.

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  11. Quote Originally Posted by Shakespear View Post
    I have been listening to this course and must say it is the best I have heard/seen. Whitson is an excellent instructor. The level of knowledge that he conveys to the student is high. Take advantage friends.

    To slow down the video use 2xAV Control. It will allow you to better understand what at normal speed may not be clear to you.

    Even better, as it is free, look here for slowing down the video speed

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    Also look here

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    Hello,

    Any chances to get course handouts & support materials he talks about at the beginning of the session?

    Thx,

    Dev_r

  12. #21
    there is a PVT analysis of an oil reservoir that i want to use for EOS regression.
    when i split puls fraction into three seudo components the calculated saturation pressure
    will be 1622 psi while the observed saturation pressure is 1618 psia.
    there are some questions:
    how could i know that this is a good splitting?
    can i use phase diagram of new mixture(with 3 pseudoComponents) as a valid reference for regression?
    or I should compare phase diagram of new mixture with phase diagram of mixture before splitting?

    what is more acurate?
    phase diagram of mixture before splitting with 1450 psi calculated saturation pressure OR
    phase diagram of mixture after splitting with 1622 psi calculated saturation pressure?

    thank you

  13. Quote Originally Posted by Shakespear View Post
    The link I gave above has VERY VERY good material. The PVT course is excellent and the ECLIPSE material is updated course material !!!

    Get it while it is still there

    Also look here for good presentation on PVT analysis and the EOS.

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    Hello Shakespear,

    Can you post this material again?

    Thx.

    Dev_r

  14. #23
    Go to Post #5 and the link is still there. :-)

    The sad part is that we do not have their data sets or work problems. Also toward the end I think not all of the lecture sessionis in final day video files.

    However you WILL learn something IF you carefully go through the lectures.
    Last edited by Shakespear; 06-23-2010 at 09:01 PM.

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