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High Pressure Reducer up to 500 bars antifreez

High Pressure Reducer up to 500 bars antifreez

(OP)
hi

i must feed a pannel with 10 bars gaz from 500 bars (reinjection gaz on well) +(containing hydrates) !!

attempts have failed because of problems of freezing and clogging in the pressure reducer.


is using reductive cascade can be a solution ?

many thanks

RE: High Pressure Reducer up to 500 bars antifreez

you may consider a pressure reducer as an adiabatic expansion,
see a similar thread
http://eng-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=326725
adding heat or converting the process (for example generating some work in the process of expansion) may alleviate the problem.

RE: High Pressure Reducer up to 500 bars antifreez

(OP)
is it possible to do pressur reducing with cold but not freez?

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