Istrazivanja i projektovanja za privreduJournal of Applied Engineering Science

DEVELOPMENT AND RESEARCH OF JET PUMP-COMPRESSOR UNIT WITH PERIODICAL CONNECTION OF EJECTOR


DOI: 10.5937/jaes18-25998
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Yuri Appolonievich Sazonov,
Gubkin Russian State Universsity of Oil and Gas, Moscow, Russian Federation

Mikhail Albertovich Mokhov*,
Gubkin Russian State Universsity of Oil and Gas, Moscow, Russian Federation

Inna Vladimirovna Gryaznova,
Gubkin Russian State Universsity of Oil and Gas, Moscow, Russian Federation

Khoren Arturovich Tumanyan,
Gubkin Russian State Universsity of Oil and Gas, Moscow, Russian Federation

Petr Vadimovich Pyatibratov,
Gubkin Russian State Universsity of Oil and Gas, Moscow, Russian Federation

Victoria Vasilievna Voronova,
Gubkin Russian State Universsity of Oil and Gas, Moscow, Russian Federation

A new scientific approach to gas compression using jet pump-compressor units has been developed. The new patented technical solution offers an opportunity for the effective application of jet pump-compressor units for the compression of various gases up to pressures of 10...40 MPa. The purpose of the ongoing research work is to develop new scientific principles for gas compression using jet pump-compressor units. The new scientific approach is associated with the improvement of the pump-compressor unit, with the provision of conditions for the periodic connection of the ejector during the implementation of a cyclic low-frequency working process. The results of the research findings can be used to create energy-efficient technologies for the compression and pumping of various gases; it can be methane, associated petroleum gas, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, air, hydrogen or other gases. The creation of cheaper and more economical pump-compressor units will allow for the solution of urgent production problems in hydrocarbon production, including those in remote Arctic oil and gas fields.

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The work was performed with the financial support of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation within the framework of the state contract in the sphere of scientific activities, topic number FSZE-2020- 0006.

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