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The fugacity of the components in the vapor and liquid phases are calculated using the SAFT model as mentioned previously. In order to calculate the fugacity of the asphaltene component in the solid phase an experimental value of the asphaltene precipitation amount at a given temperature and pressure is required. Then, the thermodynamic equality of the fugacities at equilibrium conditions is used to calculate the reference value of the fugacity of the asphaltene component. The Quasi Newton Successive Substitution (QNSS) method, is used to solve the equilibrium equations.
Stat. , Vol. 3, pp. 459–476. S. (1987). Thermodynamic Perturbation Theory of Polymerization. J. Chem. , Vol. 87 , pp. 7323. ; Garcia, J. & Fernandez, J. (2005). Volumetric Properties under Pressure for the Binary System Ethanol + Toluene, Fluid Phase Equilibria, Vol. 235, pp. 139–151. 2 Based on Common Inverted Microscope to Measure UV-VIS Spectra of Single Oil-Gas Inclusions and Colour Analysis Ailing Yang Ocean University of China China 1. Introduction Hydrocarbon fluid inclusions occur in a variety of geological environments, most commonly within carbonate rocks from petroliferous sedimentary (Stasiuk & Snowdon,1997).
The oil maturity evolutes from low to high. Similarly, in the different digenetic stages, the types, colours and composites of the OGIs are also different. With the maturity of organism from low to high, the types of OGIs are mainly from liquid phase, liquid and gas phase to gas phase. The colours change from colourless, yellow, and brown to black (Liu, Y. R. ,1991). Micro-fluorescence properties of OGIs, largely controlled by the aromatic characteristics of the hydrocarbons, are a signature of the organic chemical composition.