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SPE Flow Assurance Technical Section Presents: Five Multiphase Flow Case Studies that Baffle the Mind
When: Wednesday, 20 May, 1100-1300 CDT
Where: Norris Conference Center, CityCentre, 816 Town & Country Blvd., Suite 210, Houston, TX
SPE Members: USD 40
Nonmembers: USD 50
Flow assurance engineers routinely encounter challenging problems relating to multiphase flow simulation. Some of these problems we can be trained to anticipate and deal with, whereas others emerge from strange, dark places and are simply, well, baffling! Drawing on experiences from a wide variety of industry projects across the world, a select few of these cases will be demonstrated in a simplified and sanitized form using PIPESIM. You will see that some problems defy intuition and that some methods we commonly use defy physics. The takeaway is advice on how to identify such problems before it is too late.
1100-1130: Registration and Networking
1200-1300: Presentation and Q&A
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