Rheological properties of emulsion of crude oil and water

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Title Rheological properties of emulsion of crude oil and water
 
Creator Hai, Duong Ngoc
Diep, Nguyen Van
Hien, Ha Ngoc
Duc, Nguyen The
Thuc, Phung Dinh
Khang, Nguyen Thuc
Bich, Ha Van
Son, Tong Canh
 
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Description In the paper the rheological properties of crude oil of White Tiger oil-field (Vietnam) and its emulsion with sea-water, including measurement results and analytical approximation formulae for wide range of pressure, temperature and water concentration, are presented. As it is known, the crude oil of White Tiger oil-field is a high-paraffin and high-viscous oil. At the low temperature (T ≤ 40°C) it behaves as non-Newtonian fluid of Bingham-Shvedov group. Therefore, beside the effective viscosity, the effective dynamic shear stress is also measured and approximated. The rheological properties of crude oil and emulsion of crude oil and water are also measured and approximated for the case when the mixture contains 0.1% chemical reagent ES-3363.
 
Publisher Publishing House for Science and Technology
 
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Date 1999-12-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion

 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://vjs.ac.vn/index.php/vjmech/article/view/10003
10.15625/0866-7136/10003
 
Source Vietnam Journal of Mechanics; Vol 21, No 4 (1999); 213-230
Vietnam Journal of Mechanics; Vol 21, No 4 (1999); 213-230
0866-7136
0866-7136
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://vjs.ac.vn/index.php/vjmech/article/view/10003/pdf
 
Rights Copyright (c) 1999 Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology
 

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