STUDY OF GAS-LIFT VALVE OPERATION
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Volume 13 (1), February 2023, Pages 109-116
Lala Hajiyeva1, Nijat Ahmadov2
Gas lifts are versatile, dependable lifting systems that provide numerous options. This article discusses typical problems with gas lift valves used in geotechnical applications. What could result in such operational and well-related flaws. A closed system powered by high pressure gas is a gas lift system. Gas lifts are frequently adaptable, dependable lift systems with a variety of manufacturing options. For all operations, adding gas from an outside source lowers the fluid pressure level, which forces more fluid to be kept in conditions with high water retention. Excellent product quality, changeable gas lift complex, and lift depth. Where possible, involuntary injection gas tensions and volumes are extremely rare and can support various synthetic buoyancy types. By lowering the fluid's pressure stages with the use of an extraterrestrial gas penthouse, more fluid may be stored in the Force as the descent goes on. As you alter the parameters, consider how other elements alter. The behavior of gas lift valves is predicted using a variety of techniques. These techniques additionally consider additional factors. The Thornhill-Craver equation is the formula most frequently used to forecast the performance of throttle valves. The interpretation of gas lift taps is overestimated by the Thornhill-Craver equation, particularly for big ports, according to Gerberding and Acuna. Gas lifts are not appropriate for combined liquids, supersaturated Neptune, or thick, abrasive paintings. , which focuses on how to increase the performance of weak gas lift taps, highlighting the necessity of their complicated design, does not function well for grabbing old wells or extending inflow lines with external internal compasses.
Keywords: Gas liquid Ratio (GLR), Fluid, Pressure, Gas Lift Valves (GLVs), Injection Gas, Bottom Hole Pressures (BHPs)., Continuous Flow, Intermittent Flow.