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Step 1

Input Data

Step 2

Compare Correlations

Step 3

Calculate Properties

Use the most popular fluid correlations

Discover PVT correlations that are widely used by industry.

Dranchuk-Abou-Kassem (DAK) (1975)
Use to calculate the gas z compressibility (deviation) factor.
Standing (1947)
Use to calculate the bubble point pressure, the solution gas-oil ratio, and the saturated oil formation volume factor.
Vazquez-Beggs (1980)
Use to calculate the bubble point pressure, the solution gas-oil ratio, the saturated oil formation volume factor, the under-saturated oil compressibility, and the under-saturated oil viscosity.
Glaso (1980)
Use to calculate the bubble point pressure, the solution gas-oil ratio, and the saturated oil formation volume factor.
Bergman-Sutton (2006-2009)
Use to calculate the dead oil viscosity, the saturated oil viscosity, and the under-saturated oil viscosity.
Asheim (1989)
Use to calculate the gas-oil surface tension calculator.
Sutton (2007)
Use to calculate the gas pseudo-critical properties.
Al-Marhoun (1988)
Use to calculate the bubble point pressure, the solution gas-oil ratio, and the saturated oil formation volume factor.
Petrosky-Farshad (1998)
Use to calculate the bubble point pressure, the solution gas-oil ratio, the saturated oil formation volume factor, and the under-saturated oil compressibility.
Beal (1946)
Use to calculate the dead oil viscosity and the under-saturated oil viscosity.
Chew-Connally (1959)
Use to calculate the saturated oil viscosity.
Beggs-Robinson (1975)
Use to calculate the dead oil viscosity and the saturated oil viscosity.

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Calculate all the PVT properties of reservoir fluids.

Black Oil Properties

Dry Gas Properties

Formation Water Properties

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