# Mixing Fluids of Different Densities with Final Mixture Volume Limit

When mixing fluids of different densities when there is a limit on the desired final volume, calculations considering mixing fluid densities should be done to determine the required volumes.

The resulting fluid mixture density depends on the proportions of the original fluids and their densities.

### Correlations

- 1
^{st}Fluid Volume - 2
^{nd}Fluid Volume

### Input Parameters

Name | Input Value - Unit | Converted Value | Validity | Link to Calculation Page | |||
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1^{st} Fluid Density | 11 | lb/gal - ppg | The density of the first fluid | ||||

2^{nd} Fluid Density | 14 | lb/gal - ppg | The density of the second fluid | ||||

Final Fluid Volume | 300 | bbl | The desired volume of the final mixture | ||||

Final Fluid Density | 11.5 | lb/gal - ppg | The desired density of the final mixture | ||||

CALCULATE | |||||||

## Results | |||||||

Correlation | Calculated Value | Warnings | Remarks | ||||

1^{st} Fluid Volume | 250 | bbl | |||||

2^{nd} Fluid Volume | 50 | bbl |