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3 PHASE SEPERATOR (V-1000)

Muhammad Yousuf Bugti

3 PHASE SEPERATOR (V-1000)

3 PHASE SEPERATOR (V-1000)


Influent Flow Gas Discharge

3 PHASE SEPERATOR (V-1000)


MECHANICAL DESIGN DATA
Service Design Pressure (Kpa) Operating Pressure (Kpa) MAWP (Kpa) Design Temp (C) Operating Temp (C) MAWT (C) Material Corrosion Allowance (mm) Capacity (M3) Sour Gas 6894.76 3447.37 7013.88 68.33 60 68.33 SA 516 GR 70 3 41.526

3 PHASE SEPERATOR (V-1000)


Understanding the components of The Three Phase Separators consists of the following: A= Vessel, B= Skid or Saddles, C= Inlet Diverter, D= Distribution Baffle, E= Coalescing Pack, F= Foam Breaker, G= Vortex Breakers, H= Oil Sump and Weir, I= Mist Eliminator, J= Sand Jetting System. Sizes, Shapes

3 PHASE SEPERATOR (V-1000)


Influent Flow

I H

Gas Discharge

D B

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Water Discharge

Oil Discharge

3 PHASE SEPERATOR (V-1000)


Operation of Three Phase Separator is as follows: 1) The influent flows through the inlet nozzle and is smoothly divided into two distinct streams by the Inlet Diverter. Within this compartment, heavy liquids fall in solution and collect in the base of the Primary Collection Compartment, while the gas stream collects in the upper section of this compartment. 2) The liquid influent, minus a portion of the initial gas stream, flows up through the Slotted Distribution Baffle where the flow is equalized prior to processing through the Coalescing Pack. 3) As the oil/liquid influent enters the Coalescing Pack, which maximizes the coalescing interfacial area. Further customization of the Coalescing Pack improves coalescence of various phases and maximizes performance. Accumulation of sand or silt particles are dislodged with the sand jetting system and removed via the sand discharge nozzles.

3 PHASE SEPERATOR (V-1000)


4) Rising particles form a skim layer at the surface of the water. This skim layer will be in stratified in various layers. As the oil droplets travel to the water level, the concentrated oil layer is skimmed into the oil sump. This skim layer is defined by the differential setting of the oil weir and the free water level. Oil is discharged through a vortex breaker via gravity or pump. 5) The gas phase encounters several high surface area internals which vary in grades, styles and specific application. The variance in grade and style enables such high surface area internals as the foam breaker to break down the frothing tendency of the influent stream. Other high surface area internals include an optional gas flow straightening device used to lessen the effect of gas velocity on the separation process and mist eliminators, which coalesce the remaining liquid droplets in the gas phase prior to gas discharge. 6) The free water fluid flows through to the Free Water Section of the Separator and is discharged through a vortex breaker via gravity or pump.

3 PHASE SEPERATOR (V-1000)


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