Norman, OK (PRWEB) March 19, 2012
John M. Campbell & Company proudly announces Dr. Mahmood Moshfeghian and Mr. Robert Hubbard’s award-winning paper presentation, “Quick Estimation of Absorption of Aromatics Compounds (BTEX) in TEG Dehydration Process”, at the 3rd International Gas Processing Symposium in Qatar. Out of 122 paper submissions, 54 were accepted by the organizing committee, the Gas Processing Center of Qatar University. Of those 54 presentations, the top three were granted awards. Dr. Moshfeghian and Mr. Hubbard proudly took home the third place award on March 7, 2012.
According to Dr. Moshfeghian, the paper evaluates the accuracy of an equation-of-state-based thermodynamic model against experimental VLE data. The model is then used to show the effect of temperature, pressure, TEG concentration and TEG circulation rate on absorption levels. Diagrams for quick estimation of BTEX are also presented. Also, an overview of the most commonly used designs for mitigation of BTEX emissions is provided.
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About the author, Dr. Mahmood Moshfeghian:
Mahmood Moshfeghian is an Instructor/Consultant with John M. Campbell & Company, Norman, Oklahoma. He has 35 years of teaching experience in many universities. Previous to joining John M. Campbell & Company, Dr. Moshfeghian was a Senior Research Scientist at Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research and Professor of Chemical Engineering at Shiraz University, where he also served as Department Head and Associate Dean of Research in the College of Engineering. Moshfeghian holds BS, MS, and PhD degrees in Chemical Engineering from Oklahoma State University. He is a senior member of AIChE.
About the author, Mr. Robert Hubbard:
Robert Hubbard is President of John M. Campbell & Company and also serves as an Instructor/Consultant. He has over 30 years in the oil and gas facilities industry, including various engineering and management positions at Texaco, Inc. His specialties include gas dehydration and economic evaluation. Mr. Hubbard holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from Kansas State University and an MBA from Tulane University. He is a member of SPE, AIChE and GPSA and has chaired the SPE Facility Engineering Committee.