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Oil and Gas Wells [Working Title]
This chapter discusses the fundamentals of the phase behavior of hydrocarbon fluids. Real reservoir fluids contain many more than two, three, or four components; therefore, phase-composition data can no longer be represented with two, three or four coordinates. Instead, phase diagrams that give more limited information are used. The behavior of reservoir of a reservoir fluid during producing is determined by the shape of its phase diagram and the position of its critical point. Many ofdoi:10.5772/intechopen.85610 fatcat:t5rrcpwo4fd3vo5gawjpto6mz4