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1 Dipartimento di Energia 2 SSEC - Chaire Sciences des Systèmes et Défis Energétiques EDF-ECP-Supélec 3 Institute for Energy Technology

Abstract : The valve flow coefficient is commonly used as a parameter to assess the erosion state of choke valves in offshore oil platforms. In particular, the difference between the theoretical value of the valve flow coefficient and its actual value calculated during operation is retained as the valve health indicator. The actual valve flow coefficient is analytically calculated from the oil, water and gas mass flow rates. These quantities, which are allocated on a daily basis based on the measured total production from a number of wells, on physical parameters pressures and temperatures related to the specific well, and on a physical model of the process, can be affected by large uncertainties. Based on such values, the evaluation of the health indicator becomes unreliable and undermines the possibility of using it for prognostic purposes. Similar situations arise every time health monitoring rely on unreliable measurement taken by sensors subject to hard working condition, as often happen in the nuclear industry. This paper proposes a method to obtain more accurate daily estimates of the actual values of the oil, water and gas flow rates, from which improved estimates of the flow coefficient will follow. In this respect, an hybrid ensemble aggregating the physical model with data-driven models built using the Kernel Regression KR method has been used. Ensemble diversity is ensured by using different training sets;a local procedure based on the historical performance of the models is adopted to aggregate their predictions. The method is verified on real measurements performed on a number of similar offshore choke valves.

Autor: Piero Baraldi - Enrico Zio - Francesca Mangili - Giulio Gola - Bent H. Nystad -



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