The Volumetric Properties of Carbonyl Sulfide and Carbon Dioxide Mixtures from T = 322 to 393 K and p = 2.5 to 35 MPa: Application to COS Hydrolysis in Subsurface Injectate Streams

@inproceedings{Deering2016TheVP,
  title={The Volumetric Properties of Carbonyl Sulfide and Carbon Dioxide Mixtures from T = 322 to 393 K and p = 2.5 to 35 MPa: Application to COS Hydrolysis in Subsurface Injectate Streams},
  author={Connor E. Deering and Matthew J. Saunders and Jerry A. Commodore and Robert A. Marriott},
  year={2016}
}
This work describes an exploration of high-pressure acid gas chemical equilibria in CO2 rich fluids aimed at subsurface injection for acid gas reinjection, carbon sequestration, or enhanced oil recovery. To develop the capability to calculate both physical and chemical equilibria involving COS under high-pressure injectate conditions, we have measured the density changes associated with mixing COS (1) and CO2 (2) at temperatures between T = 322.91 and 393.25 K and up to p = 35 MPa. These… CONTINUE READING