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Bryan Research & Engineering, Inc.


Bryan Research & Engineering, Inc. has published these technical articles:

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Physical solvents such as DEPG (Selexol™ or Coastal AGR®), NMP or N-Methyl-2- Pyrrolidone (Purisol®), Methanol (Rectisol®), and Propylene Carbonate (Fluor Solvent™) are... (View Full Article)
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The occurrence of liquid hydrocarbons in natural gas transmission lines has increased in recent years as a result of the shrinking price spread between natural gas and natural gas liquids (NGL's).... (View Full Article)
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This paper will focus on the hydrate formation conditions for acid gas mixtures commonly found in acid gas injection systems. Many studies have analyzed the hydrate and solid formation temperatures of... (View Full Article)
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Many "rules of thumb" are widely used in the design and operation of amine sweetening units. These rules have been developed over the years and most engineers accept them even though many have little... (View Full Article)
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The design and optimization of separation processes is carried out using process simulators which utilize various calculation approaches. Two techniques which are widely used for modeling distillation... (View Full Article)
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Recently higher gas prices and improved drilling technology have spurred shale gas drilling across the US. Some of the more popular areas are the Barnett, Haynesville, and Fayetteville shales in the... (View Full Article)
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Hydrate inhibition with methanol continues to play a critical role in many operations. Opportunities exist at many facilities for optimizing the amount of methanol required based on the operating... (View Full Article)
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HC and BTEX absorption into amine solutions has received increased attention over the last decade due to emissions to the atmosphere or to problems in downstream equipment. The collection of VLE and... (View Full Article)
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On an industrial scale process, a comprehensive engineering design and optimization study was conducted for CO2 capture, dehydration, and compression facilities based on flue gases from natural gas... (View Full Article)
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This paper will investigate how computer aided simulation tools may be used to evaluate the existing acid gas handling systems as well as potential modifications in these units. In particular, the... (View Full Article)
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Due to the increase in natural gas prices in the past few years, the benefits of optimizing natural gas gathering and processing systems have become substantially greater. These benefits can be... (View Full Article)
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Hydrate inhibition with methanol continues to play a critical role in many operations. Numerous opportunities exist for optimizing methanol usage based on the operating conditions, seasonal variations... (View Full Article)
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Hydrocarbon liquid dropout can cause a number of problems in gas transmission lines, including increased pressure drop, reduced line capacity, and equipment problems such as compressor damage. To... (View Full Article)
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This paper focuses on the modeling of solid phase behavior in systems that are frequently encountered in natural gas processing. The ability to perform accurate calculation of freezing or solids... (View Full Article)
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Process simulators have been used for years to design and model actual operation of all types of different plant processes. The majority of process simulators provide a "steady-state" picture of plant... (View Full Article)
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Most engineers have little familiarity with the software technologies that provide the framework for the variety of applications they employ, from word processors to process simulators. While adequate... (View Full Article)
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In amine sweetening units, the heat of absorption and VOC and BTEX solubility have been found to vary significantly with acid gas loading as well as with temperature, amine type, and amine... (View Full Article)
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The use of process simulators to model plant operations can provide a plant hundreds of thousands of dollars each year in increased production and lower energy costs. This paper looks at several... (View Full Article)