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الهندسة الكيميائية هي إحدى فروع الهندسة الحديثة التي تهتم بالصناعات الكيميائية والبتروكيميائية وتصنيع النفط والغاز، ولقد تم افتتاح هذا القسم في السنة الجامعية 1968-1969م، كأحد أقسام كلية الهندسة، وقد تم التخطيط ووضع برنامج أكاديمي يهدف إلى إعداد المهندسين المتخصصين القادرين على إدارة وتطوير مصانع وآلات العمليات الكيميائية وكذلك تشغيل المرافق الصناعية الكيميائية والخدمية المختلفة. ويتولى تسيير البرنامج العلمي والبحثي بالقسم أكثر من 30 عضو هيئة تدريس في تخصصات مختلفة.

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د. مواهب محمد الزروق الدردار

د.مواهب محمد الزروق الدردار هي احد اعضاء هيئة التدريس بقسم الهندسة الكيميائية بكلية الهندسة. تعمل الدكتورة مواهب الدردار بجامعة طرابلس كـاستاذ مشارك منذ 15-01-2020 ولها العديد من المنشورات العلمية في مجال تخصصها

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Assessment Study of Energy Consumption in Ras Lanuf Refinery by pinch Analysis

Abstract Here asphaltene precipitation in petroleum reservoirs during natural depletion and miscible gas injection is modeled for two distinct and new methods (polymer solution and Scott-Magat theory). The first model is based on the polymer solution theory, which is a combination of Miller's combinatorial term with a modified residual term of the original Flory-Huggins theory. The second one is based on the Scott Magat theory to represent solid-liquid equilibria. The models has also been coupled with Peng Robinson equation of state (PR EOS) to describe the phase behavior of asphaltene compounds in crude oil and predict the amount of asphaltene precipitation during injection of carbon dioxide for the miscible displacement of asphaltic crudes. The model treats asphaltene within crude oil as a single pseudocomponent represented by an average molecular weight and molar volume and solubility parameter . The results of both models show an acceptable and good agreement between the real data (field and experimental) and those of the models. As it can be seen from the obtained results of those of the two models, it seems that application of the lattice or polymer solution theories (based on The Miller's combinatorial term) could give better results that are more close to real data.
وداد بلعيد حميدات (2009)
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Simulation of Wet Gas Pipe LineUnder Steady & Transient Conditions

Abstract Natural gas has become an important source of energy in the world. Throughout the 19th century, natural gas was used almost exclusively as a source of light and its use remained localized because of lack of transport structures, making it difficult to transport large quantities of natural gas long distances. There was an important change in 1890 with the invention of leak-proof pipeline couplings, but transportation of natural gas to long distance customers did not become practical until the 1920s as a result of technological advances in pipelines. Moreover, it was only after World War II that the use of natural gas grew rapidly because of the development of pipeline networks and storage systems. Gas pipe lines are operated under steady state conditions. However, when transporting high temperature wet gas the gas getting cooled and heavy components condensate, Hence, pigs is usually are wanted to clean the pipe line to reduce pressure drop along the pipe In this study an existing pipeline was studied under steady and unsteady state. HYSYS and ProFES programs were utilized. Result show that gas temperature changes with time and distance. Results show that temperature and gas approach the ambient temperature at about 20 Km of pipe line length consequently, liquid phase volume fraction increase in first 20 Km of the pipe.
عدلي عمر احمد (2011)
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The Kinetic of Matrix Acidizing in Reservoir Rocks

Abstract Matrix acidizing is a stimulation method commonly used to remove near wellbore damage and restore original formation permeability. It involves the injection of acid into formations at pressures below the fracture pressure. Acid flows down the well into the reservoir, and then reacts with the rock such that any near wellbore permeability damage created by meling or completion fluids can be removed and apparent permeability increased. A matrix acidizing treatment can be' applied to either a sandstone or a carbonate reservoir. Different acids are used because different minerals are involved in these treatments. Hydrochloric acid (HCI) is usually used in carbonate reservoirs to react with carbonates. Hydrofluoric acid (HF) or mixture of Hydrofluoric acid (HF) with Hydrochloric acid (HCI) is commonly used in sandstone porous media to react with silicates and feldspars in the rock. Since the mechanisms of acid reactions with these two types of rock are different, results of the treatments are different as well. In sandstone matrix acidizing, permeability increase behind the acid front is relatively homogeneous. The flow and reaction of acid in carbonate porous media results in the formation of highly conductive flow channels, commonly referred to as wormholes. In the present work we have studies the first study to test the optimal acid flux theory presented by Wang (1) with several independent sets of experimental data. The model was comparing with field data. The second study we use model presented by McCune and Fogler.(2) This previous studies on mathematical modeling of the chemical reactions between sandstone and mud acid. This model is lumped-parameter model. The lumped-parameter model simplifies the chemistry of the dissolution of sandstone minerals with mud acid. The models are compared with the experimental data at different flow rates.
عبد ربه ادريس بوسدرة (2010)
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