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Interfacial phenomena in enhanced oil recovery
|Statement||Darsh Wasan and Alkis Payatakes, editors.|
|Series||AIChE symposium series ;, no. 212, 1982, v. 78, AIChE symposium series ;, no. 212.|
|Contributions||Wasan, D. T., Payatakes, Alkis, 1945-, American Institute of Chemical Engineers.|
|LC Classifications||TN871 .I47 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||126 p. :|
|Number of Pages||126|
|LC Control Number||82003941|
Foaminess and Cabability in Apolar Solutions, Aqueous Nanophases in Liquid Hydrocabons Stablized by Ionic Surfactants, Stablization of Inverse Michelles By Nonionic Surfactants, Enhanced Oil Recovery with Microemulsions, Interfacial Catalysis by Microphases in APolar Media, Water-In-Oil Emulsions, Adsorption of Polymers On Solids From Apolar Media, Lubrication, Pigment Dispersion in Apolar Media. Theory and Practice in Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery provides the fundamentals, latest research and creditable field applications. Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery (MEOR) is potentially a low-priced and eco-friendly technique in which different microorganisms and their metabolic products are implemented to recover the remaining oil in the Book Edition: 1.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Papers presented at the symposium on Surface Phenomena in Enhanced Oil Recovery held at Stockholm, Sweden, during August , "--Preface. Improvements of surfactant flooding in enhanced oil recovery during the last 10 years are discussed. The review starts by giving a short introduction to the principles of traditional surfactant/polymer flooding in sandstone by:
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): with emphasis on the surfacephenomena involved. The nature of capillary pressure phenomena in porous media has been understood for some time, and much research has been devoted towards the alteration of the surface forces which prevent the efficient displacement of oil by water. Enhanced oil recovery (abbreviated EOR), also called tertiary recovery, is the extraction of crude oil from an oil field that cannot be extracted otherwise. EOR can extract 30% to 60% or more of a reservoir's oil, compared to 20% to 40% using primary and secondary recovery. According to the US Department of Energy, carbon dioxide and water are injected along with one of three EOR techniques.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Interfacial phenomena in enhanced oil recovery. New York, N.Y. ( East 47 St., New York ): American Institute of Chemical Engineers, The book also includes application examples that demonstrate EDL analyses to new and developing areas such as enhanced oil recovery, storage batteries, hydrogen fuel cells, and biology.
While there are many books available on this topic, so far none have taken a combined application and fundamental theoretical approach to the : Hardcover. The proceedings cover six major areas of research related to chemical flooding processes for enhanced oil recovery, namely, 1) Fundamental aspects of the oil displacement process, 2) Micro structure of surfactant systems, 3) Emulsion rheology and oil dis placement mechanisms, 4) Wettability and oil displacement mecha nisms, 5) Adsorption, clays and chemical loss mechanisms, and 6) Polymer.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for "Interfacial Phenomena in Enhanced Oil Recovery by Payatakes, Alkis " at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. This symposium volume reflects the current state-of-art and our understanding of various surface phenomena in enhanced oil recovery processes.
The participation by researchers from various countries in this symposium reflects the global interest in this area of research and the international effort to develop che science and technology of enhanced oil recovery processes.
Surface Phenomena in Enhanced Oil Recovery D. Shah (auth.), Dinesh O. Shah (eds.) It is with great pleasure and satisfaction that I present to the international scientific community this collection of papers presented at the symposium on Surface Phenomena in Enhanced Oil Recovery held at Stockholm, Sweden, during AugustFoaminess and Cabability in Apolar Solutions, Aqueous Nanophases in Liquid Hydrocabons Stablized by Ionic Surfactants, Stablization of Inverse Michelles By Nonionic Surfactants, Enhanced Oil Recovery with Microemulsions, Interfacial Catalysis by Microphases in APolar Media, Water-In-Oil Emulsions, Adsorption of Polymers On Solids From Apolar.
Secondary recovery of oil. Oil field flooding. Notes. Papers presented at the AIChE national meeting held in Houston in April Includes bibliographical references. English. Other Form. Online version Interfacial phenomena in enhanced oil recovery.
New York, N.Y. ( East 47 St., New York ): American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Surfactant Flooding in Enhanced Oil Recovery Tor Austad and Jess Milter 7. Scale-Up Evaluations and Simulations of Mobility Control Foams for Improved Oil Recovery Fred Wassmuth, Laurier L.
Schramm, Karin Mannhardt, and Laurie Hodgins OILWELL,NEAR-WELL, AND SURFACE OPERATIONS 8. The Use of Surfactants in Lightweight Drilling Fluids Cited by: Interfacial tension of crude oil-water system with imidazolium and lactam-based ionic liquids and their evaluation for enhanced oil recovery under high saline environment.
Fuel, DOI: /ted by: Abstract. Past and present research on Enhanced Oil Recovery is reviewed with emphasis on the surface phenomena involved.
The nature of capillary pressure phenomena in porous media has been understood for some time, and much research has been devoted towards the alteration of the surface forces which prevent the efficient displacement of oil by by: Interfacial phenomena in porous rocks lie at the heart of oil recovery because they determine the fraction of oil that moves from the swept region toward a producing well.
Detailed studies of displacement efficiency from pore spaces, commonly referred to as microscopic displacement efficiency, were first reported over 70 years ago. Report: Understanding Interfacial Phenomena Related to Enhanced Oil Recovery (58th Annual Report on Research Under Sponsorship of The American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund): 58th Annual Report on Research Under Sponsorship of The.
Phase behavior and interfacial phenomena in microemulsions used for enhanced oil recovery is one of the enhanced oil recovery (EOR) methods developed to recover residual oil left after water Author: Dan Anghel.
The Role of Coalescence Phenomena and Interfacial Rheological Properties in Enhanced Oil Recovery: An Overview for enhanced oil recovery lies in learning to what extent the coalescence phenomena and hence stability of emulsions flowing through the porous media affect oil recovery processes.
Earlier studies had concluded that low interfacial Cited by: This study brings forth the importance of including interfacial phenomena, which affect the reservoir flow characteristics, as an integral part of designing miscible gas floods.
Introduction. The Need for This Study: Substantial commercial interest lies in enhanced oil recovery by hydrocarbon by: 2. One of the most accepted and widely used technologies for enhanced oil recovery is injection of gas or solvent that is miscible or near miscible with reservoir oil.
Understanding gas flooding requires a good understanding of the interaction of phase behavior and flow in the reservoir, and how oil and gas develop miscibility. A revision of the primary, Enhanced Oil Recovery by Larry Lake, this textual content material, Fundamentals of Enhanced Oil Recovery, retains the distinctive work's emphasis on fractional motion idea and half conduct to elucidate enhanced oil restoration (EOR) processes.
Deals with specialized but interrelated problems in oil recovery in which the effect of interfacial behaviors is the dominant factor. Describes approaches to improving the understanding of the fundamentals of displacement, with the goal of simplifying systems sufficiently to.
Nearly × barrels of conventional oil and × barrels of heavy oil remain in reservoirs worldwide after conventional recovery methods have been exhausted. Much of this oil would be recovered by Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) methods, which are part of the general scheme of Improved Oil Recovery (IOR).
/5(2). Enhanced oil recovery refers to the recovery of the residual oil by different techniques. Many of the existing and proposed enhanced oil recovery techniques require sound understanding of basic chemical engineering principles such as fluid flow, heat and mass transfer, interfacial phenomena etc.
Chemical EOR techniques require a good understanding of interfacial phenomena, chemical .Description. Improved Oil Recovery by Surfactant and Polymer Flooding contains papers presented at the AIChE Symposium on Improved Oil Recovery by Surfactant and Polymer Flooding held in Kansas City. Organized into 18 chapters, the book includes papers that introduce petroleum reservoirs and discuss interfacial tension; molecular forces; molecular aspects of ultralow interfacial tension; .Interfacial Phenomena in Enhanced Oil Recovery (Paperback) / Editor: Alkis Payatakes / Editor: Darsh T.
Wasan ; ; Petroleum technology, Fossil fuel technologies, Energy technology & engineering, Professional & Technical, Books.