## Simulation of particles transport in multiphase pipe flow for cleanup of oil and gas wellsстатья

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• Авторы: Sinkov K.F., Spesivtsev P.E., Osiptsov A.A.
• Сборник: 19th International Conference on Hydrotransport
• Год издания: 2014
• Место издания: BHR Group Limited
• Первая страница: 5
• Последняя страница: 16
• Аннотация: A mathematical model of particle transport in long pipes is presented. The governing system of equations is formulated and appropriate closure relations are chosen to solve this system numerically. We propose an approach that allows coupling of the proposed physical model for particles transport with dynamic multiphase pipe flow simulators, based on drift-flux and multi-fluid approaches. The flow is assumed to consist of a liquid- or gas-saturated packed bed with single or multiple sheared suspension layers. The approach is applicable to flow at all inclinations and is capable of handling the bed formation and motion. We present the results of coupling with an in-house pipe flow simulator and validate the results against laboratory data. © BHR Group 2014 Hydrotransport 19.
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 [1] Sinkov K. F., Spesivtsev P. E., Osiptsov A. A. Simulation of particles transport in multiphase pipe flow for cleanup of oil and gas wells // 19th International Conference on Hydrotransport. — BHR Group Limited, 2014. — P. 5–16. A mathematical model of particle transport in long pipes is presented. The governing system of equations is formulated and appropriate closure relations are chosen to solve this system numerically. We propose an approach that allows coupling of the proposed physical model for particles transport with dynamic multiphase pipe flow simulators, based on drift-flux and multi-fluid approaches. The flow is assumed to consist of a liquid- or gas-saturated packed bed with single or multiple sheared suspension layers. The approach is applicable to flow at all inclinations and is capable of handling the bed formation and motion. We present the results of coupling with an in-house pipe flow simulator and validate the results against laboratory data. © BHR Group 2014 Hydrotransport 19.