## How to calculate gas volume factor?

Gas formation volume factor is defined as the ratio of gas volume at reservoir condition to the gas volume at standard condition, that is,(2.62)Bg=VVsc=pscpTTsczzsc=0.0283zTp,where the unit of formation volume factor is ft3/scf.

**How do you calculate the volume of a tube?**

The volume of any tube is V = hA, where V is the volume, h is its height and A is the area of a cross-section. Therefore, we have V = Ah = (pi)(r^2)h. Find the volume of a specific cylinder.

**How do you calculate Stoiip?**

Both estimates rely on the volumetric equation for calculating stock tank oil originally in-place (STOOIP), in barrels, is as follows: STOOIP = 7758 (bbls/acre-ft) x Oil Reservoir Area (acres) x Average Net Pay Thickness (ft) x Porosity (fraction) x Oil Saturation (fraction) x Oil Shrinkage (1/Bo)

### What is a volume factor?

Formation volume factor is a measure of the ratio of the volume occupied by a fluid phase at reservoir conditions divided by the volume occupied by the fluid phase at surface conditions. Surface conditions are typically stock tank or standard conditions.

**What is RB STB?**

RB = reservoir barrels. STB = stock tank barrels.

**How do you find out the volume of a circle?**

is the radius and is the height/length.

- V = A h.
- Since the area of a circle = π r 2 , then the formula for the volume of a cylinder is:
- V = π r 2 h.

#### How do you calculate the volume of a hose?

Since hoses are basically like a long cylinder, you can calculate the volume by first calculating the cross-section area of the cylinder, then multiplying it by its length.

**What is Redlich Kwong equation used for?**

In physics and thermodynamics, the Redlich–Kwong equation of state is an empirical, algebraic equation that relates temperature, pressure, and volume of gases. It is generally more accurate than the van der Waals equation and the ideal gas equation at temperatures above the critical temperature.

**What is Redlich Kister equation?**

Redlich-Kister equation is normally written. G*/RT = xxx2[B + C(xx –

## How do you calculate oil reservoir volume?

Calculating oil volume in place h = thickness of reservoir pay, ft. Φ = porosity (decimal, not percent) Sw = water saturation (decimal, not percent) Boi = formation volume factor = 1.05 + (N × 0.05), where N = number of ft3 of gas produced per bblbarrels of oil (gas-oil ratio or GOR).

**How do you calculate oil volume?**

Multiply the area by the length or height to calculate the volume. In the example, if the height or length was 20 feet, then the volume would be 1,005 cubic feet. Divide the cubic feet by 7.48 to convert to gallons. In the example, this produces a volume of 134 gallons.

**How to calculate the volume of a rectangular prism?**

The volume of a rectangular prism can be found by multiplying the area of the base times the length of the height of the prism. The base of these prisms is a triangle, so we have to find the area of the triangle. Recall that the area of any triangle is calculated by multiplying the length of the base by the length of the height by one-half.

### How to calculate the volume of a rectangular solid?

Volume of a Rectangular Solid. A rectangular solid is also called a rectangular prism or a cuboid. In a rectangular solid, the length, width and height may be of different lengths. The volume of the above rectangular solid would be the product of the length, width and height that is. Volume of rectangular solid = lwh.

**What should the ORP be in a bioreactor?**

Ideally, we’d like an ORP >100 mV in the bioreactor for optimal oxidation of the organics.

**How to calculate the volume of a cylinder?**

The volume of a cylinder is given by the formula: Volume = Area of base × height V = π r 2 h where r = radius of cylinder and h is the height or length of cylinder. Worksheets and More Examples: Worksheets to calculate volume of cylinders Worksheets to calculate surface area of cylinders Worksheets on volume and surface area of cylinders