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To compute for the standing bubble point, three essential parameters are needed and these parameters are **Specific Gravity of Solution Gas (γ _{g}), Bubble Point Pressure (P_{b})** and

**Standing Bubble Point Parameter (a).**

The formula for calculating the standing bubble point:

R_{s} = 18.2[((^{Pb} / _{γ}_{g})^{0.83} x 10^{a}) – 1.4]

Where:

R_{s} = Standing Bubble Point

γ_{g} = Specific Gravity of Solution Gas

P_{b} = Bubble Point Pressure

a = Standing Bubble Point Parameter

Let’s solve an example;

Find the standing bubble point with a specific gravity of solution gas of 24, bubble point pressure of 70 and standing bubble point parameter of 45.

This implies that;

γ_{g} = Specific Gravity of Solution Gas = 24

P_{b} = Bubble Point Pressure = 70

a = Standing Bubble Point Parameter = 45

R_{s} = 18.2[((^{Pb} / _{γ}_{g})^{0.83} x 10^{a}) – 1.4]

R_{s} = 18.2[((^{70} / _{24})^{0.83} x 10^{45}) – 1.4]

R_{s} = 18.2[((2.916)^{0.83} x 10^{45}) – 1.4]

R_{s} = 18.2[(2.43 x 10^{45}) – 1.4]

R_{s} = 18.2[2.431e+45 – 1.4]

R_{s} = 18.2[2.431e+45]

R_{s} = 4.425e+46

Therefore, the **standing bubble point **is **4.425e+46.**

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