Learn and Apply Leading University of Tulsa Fluid Flow Project Research
This short course is your opportunity to learn from leading University of Tulsa researchers and experts who design STATE-OF-THE-ART multiphase flow systems conducted at the Tulsa University Fluid Flow Project (TUFFP).
TU-CESE, through this annual one-week professional development short course, brings awareness of the TUFFP research to industry which drives sustainable, environmental and applied practices and knowledge.
Multiphase flow of oil-gas-water is inevitable and presents unique challenges in operation for any production and transportation system, including horizontal wells drilled into unconventional plays. Off-shore activity for the petroleum industry emphasizes subsea completions with full wellstream flow in much longer flowlines than in other areas.
Therefore, an improved understanding of multiphase flow in wells, flowlines, and risers is of vital importance to engineers and industry professionals.
Fundamentals of two-phase flow in piping systems encountered in the production and transportation of oil and gas is the course’s focus.
What is TUFFP? The Tulsa University Fluid Flow Projects (TUFFP) is a cooperative industry-university research group currently pursuing several projects simultaneously studying the effects of size and pressure upscaling and liquid viscosity on multiphase flow behavior utilizing state of the art facilities and instrumentation. Short courses on the design of two-phase flow in piping systems for oil and gas production and transportation are among the services offered by TUFFP to member and nonmember firms. Summaries of the current TUFFP projects are provided at www.tuffp.org.
Is your company a member? Check out the Consortia Webpage to find out. www.tuffp.org
“Essential for facilities and production engineers to understand flow in both vertical well bores and in horizontal pipelines.” (Infrastructure Facilities Engineer, WPX ENERGY)
“Great insight into multiphase flow & its application. Probably the only course in the world that has oil & gas wells too.” (Tech Advisor Drilling, SAUDI ARAMCO)
“An excellent short course on problem solving techniques to resolve your multiphase flow issues and understand the limits of the solutions.” (Sr. Process Engineer, CHEVRON)
“Highly recommend for petroleum engineers.” (Technology Researcher, YPFTECHNOLOGIA)
“I gained many useful tools and insights about multiphase flow from this course that will be beneficial to me in my job.” (Sr. Project Engineer, BAKER HUGHES, Inc.)
“This course shows the pros and cons of many different models used in two-phase flow calculations.” (Engineer I, EOG RESOURCES)
DATE & LOCATION:
2024 TBD | Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA | University of Tulsa, North Campus Conference Room (2450 E. Marshall Street)
4.5 days | Monday-Friday | Mon-Thurs: 8:00am-5:00pm & Friday: 8:00am-12:00pm | 24 PDHs
Cem Sarica, PhD
This course is designed for:
During this course, you will learn. . .
A familiarity with basic fluid mechanics and fluid properties is necessary. You should also be familiar with hydrocarbon systems vapor-liquid equilibrium and computer programming. No previous experience in two-phase flow is required.
Please bring your laptop to use during the program.
Short Course Format:
Live, In-Person, Instructor-Led | 4.5 days
DATE; SESSION TIMES & DEADLINE:
Course Date: 2024 TBD
Enrollment Deadline: tbd
REGISTRATION LINKS & FEES (net US Dollars):
TUFFP/TUPDP MEMBER Company Rate::
– $2,595/person | BEST DEAL DISCOUNT | EXP: 3/30/23
– $2,795/person | EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT | EXP: 4/25/23
– $2,995/person | Registration Fee after 4/25/23
NON-Member Company Rate::
– $3,295/person | BEST DEAL DISCOUNT | EXP: 3/30/23
– $3,595/person | EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT | EXP: 4/25/23
– $3,995/person | Registration Fee after 4/25/23