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M. Davis, ASRL Chalk Talk, January 24th (2008). 33. U. K. Deiters and G. M. Schneider, Fluid Phase Equilibria 29,145-160 (1986). 2 The Performance of State of the Art Industrial Thermodynamic Models for the Correlation and Prediction of Acid Gas Solubility in Water Marco A. Satyro and James van der Lee Virtual Materials Group Inc. Calgary, AB, Canada Abstract Currently available industrial thermodynamic models are quite effective at matching the data that was available at the time of their creation.
Comparing figure 2a and 2b shows that there is much more experimental data available for the C 0 2 system than for the H2S system. Surprisingly, even with the abundance of C 0 2 data, there are few data for the conditions of p > 20 MPa and T > 75°C and many acid gas target reservoirs or C 0 2 sequestration reservoirs would fall into this temperature and pressure range. For H2S, Figure 2b, there are no data above ca. 30 MPa and experimental data in the liquid H2S region are mostly those of Gillespie and Wilson .
The water contents in the gas phases (lower pressures/densities) are less influenced by composition or density differences and are easier to model. Figure 3 shows three water dew point curves using three different models [2, 7, 8] of a 50:50 H 2 S/C0 2 acid gas mixture. The water dew point curves show deviation in both the liquid and supercritical regions, while all three models agree in the gaseous region. ASRL's original experimental matrix included acid gases targets from 10 to 90 mol% H2S and C0 2 , with over half of the anticipated conditions in the hydrate, liquid or supercritical regions.