EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH OF A SMALL-SIZED COMPRESSOR UNIT FOR ABNORMAL OIL AND GAS PRODUCTION CONDITIONS
At the late stage of fi eld development, the application of booster compressor units often becomes an urgent problem.
At the same time, this problem remains completely unsolved. Reliable hydraulic machines are required for pumping
gas-liquid mixtures with a high content of mechanical impurities. Within the framework of exploratory scientifi c
researches, the practical opportunities to use a group of dynamic type hydraulic machines were assessed. In this
respect, the greatest interest from a scientifi c and practical point of view is small-sized high-speed machinery with the
possibility of creating universal multistage pumps and compressors. Labyrinth pumps and compressors, which work
more reliably at an increased concentration of mechanical impurities in the fl ow of the pumped medium, are considered.
The new equipment should be characterized by manufacturability, low price and low maintenance costs. As part
of the research, new technical solutions are being developed and patented to create a small-sized compressor unit
for a wide range of oil and gas production tasks in abnormal operating conditions. The technical problem targeted by
the research is to increase the effi ciency of the dynamic machine operation in the compressor and multiphase pump
modes when pumping gases and gas-liquid mixtures in abnormal operating conditions. New developments can also
be focused on improving the effi ciency of production and deep processing of raw hydrocarbons, including as it relates
to the Arctic environment. It is reasonable to focus further research on optimizing the use of different rotor designs
with new materials and new design methods, including additive technologies. The direction of research aimed at
increasing the rotor speed is seen as very promising. There is an opportunity to create compact and powerful compressor
machinery and pumping equipment.
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-
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