Optimal Design and Operation of Egyptian Gas-Transmission Pipelines
As natural gas pipeline systems have grown larger and more complex, the importance of optimization of design and operation of pipelines has increased. This paper examines the optimization issue for the Egyptian gas transmission pipeline network.
The Braess Paradox and Its Impact on Natural-Gas-Network Performance
Paradoxical effects can exist when expanding the capacity of natural-gas-transportation networks. This paper derives conditions where it can be expected, how the effect can be masked, and provide analysis to support identification in larger-scale networks.
Assessment of Deliverability of a Natural-Gas-Gathering and -Production System: Development of an Integrated Reservoir/Surface Model
The present work describes the development of a 1D steady-state isothermal reservoir/surface gas-pipeline-network model. The developed model is an extension of the general pipeline-network model in which the deliverability from the wells is calculated.
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