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Poe, and John Y. Saeid Mokhatab is one of the most recognizable names in the natural gas community through his contributions to advancing the technologies in the natural gas processing industry. He has been actively involved in different aspects of several large-scale gas processing projects, from conceptual design through plant startup and operations support. He has also served as a member of technical committees for several professional societies and acclaimed gas processing conferences worldwide.
As a result of his outstanding work in the natural gas industry, he has received a number of international awards and medals, and his biography has been listed in highly prestigious directories. William A. He has over 35 years of international business and industrial experience in design, operations, and project management of gas processing plants with a special focus on automation, multivariable predictive control MPC , advanced process control APC , optimization design and implementation, and real-time performance monitoring.
Bill started his career at Shell Oil Company, USA, in , working over a decade in natural gas processing plant operations and engineering as well as management of multimillion-dollar projects. In , he joined Continental Controls to lead the process engineering department in support of executing contracts with the Gas Research Institute, USA, where he developed new multivariable control applications in the natural gas industry.
After joining GE as part of the Continental Controls acquisition, he became vice president of this division of GE where his responsibilities included direction of product development, projects, technical sales support, and customer service for multivariable control and optimization applications in the natural gas industry.
John Y. Mak is a Senior Fellow and Technical Director at Fluor, the United States, and leads the technology and design development for Fluor chemical and energy division.
He is the technical expert and SME with Fluor for over 40 years and has been leading major oil and gas, petrochemical and refinery projects from conceptual designs, feasibility studies, FEED development, detailed engineering, to plant start-up and performance testing. John has made contributions to innovations in natural gas treating and processing, NGL recovery, LNG liquefaction, and regasification, synthesis gas purification, and carbon capture methods.
John is the inventor of over 90 patents and patent-pending processes. John is specializing in more complex NGL recovery designs for conventional and unconventional gases, treating high CO2 content gases using physical solvents, acid gas removal with amines, cryogenic nitrogen rejection, and helium recovery.
Natural gas is an abundant global resource and is a clean-burning fuel that offers important environmental benefits compared to other fossil fuels.
Natural gas is a versatile and safe source of energy that is necessary to bridge us to the future of renewable sources. The surge of natural gas production from unconventional sources is remarkable and further underscores the importance of gas processing. In this regard, it is fitting that the most up-to-date technical materials covering these subjects be well-known to gas producers, gas processors, technical specialists, and project developers. While many publications and books are available, there is a lack of a comprehensive book that captures the complete natural gas value chain from wellhead to the end-user.
This updated book provides the basic theoretical and practical background, while also covering innovations and new developments in the subject areas. Many interesting and exciting developments in the natural gas industry have emerged since the publication of the third edition in that provoked us to add and update several sections.
We reviewed published materials and selected the most appropriate and viable innovations, combined with our own research and practical experience for updating. Six new chapters have been added to include a detailed discussion of the thermodynamic and energy efficiency of relevant processes, and innovations in processing super-rich gas, high CO2 content gas, and high nitrogen content gas with other contaminants.
This book is a major contribution to the professional literature as we have attempted to concentrate on what we perceive to be an acceptable design and proven practices. The organization of content addresses the design aspects that are important to students in the engineering curricula, and the operating and trouble-shooting facets for plant operators.
We hope this handbook provides the design reference and conveys valuable experience to both the beginners and the experienced. The preparation of a book that covers such a broad subject requires different sources of information. We gratefully acknowledge our indebtedness to all of the individuals who contributed to the development of this book. An invaluable contribution to this edition is the insight by experts in their specialties and applications.
Special thanks are due to friends and colleagues, who encouraged, assessed, and made this book possible. Among them are Dr. Louis Mattar and Dr. We also appreciate Mr. We deeply acknowledge the greatest help of Dr. Rainer Kurz of Solar Turbines Inc. We thank Mr.
Sidney P. We also express our sincere appreciation to Dr. Finally, we appreciate the editorial staff members of Elsevier who have been an excellent source of strong support during the preparation and publication of this book. The accelerated delivery of the information contained in this handbook is important as we all strive to adapt to the latest technology in gas processing for a greener and safer environment. Our mission is to continuously follow the progress, add new materials in the future editions, and update the fundamental and practical materials already in this edition.
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Gas transmission by high-pressure pipeline networks is a large-scale, nonlinear, distributed- parameter process. Their solution requires sophisticated tools, which are based on the application of advanced theoretical methods as well as modern computer and communication technologies. Microprocessors and microcomputers including personal computers have taken over the role of formerly hard-wired front-ends and large process control computers. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF. Skip to main content.
This paper discusses a security-constrained integrated coordination scheduling framework for an integrated electricity-natural gas system IEGS , in which both tight interdependence between electricity and natural gas transmission networks and their distinct dynamic characteristics at different timescales are fully considered. The proposed framework includes two linear programming models. Using the steady-state mass flow rate solutions of gas sources as the initial value, the second one studies second-based slow gas dynamics and optimizes pressures of gas sources to ensure that inlet gas pressure of gas-fired generator is within the required pressure range at any time between two consecutive steady-state scheduling.
The goal is to develop, evaluate and validate internal repair methods for pipelines, perform a laboratory demonstration of internal repair, and develop a functional specification for a prototype system to perform combined internal inspection and repair of pipelines. PRCI — operator experience and needs survey. The most common target for repair of gas transmission pipelines is external corrosion-related loss of wall thickness. To prevent corrosion damage, which can often times lead to rupture, the area exhibiting the corrosion damage must be reinforced.
Written by an internationally-recognized team of natural gas industry experts, the fourth edition of Handbook of Natural Gas Transmission and Processing is a unique, well-researched, and comprehensive work on the design and operation aspects of natural gas transmission and processing.
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