residual oil

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  • Info Residual oil is oil found in low concentrations naturally or in exhausted oil fields. more...
  • It was bunker C oil a heavily residual oil which made it more difficult.
  • In either case, residual oil was seen as a good prospect because it was cheap and readily available.
  • These results are consistent with the results of and where residual oil blob size decreased as capillary number increased.
  • However, after MEOR, residual oil saturations for all of the columns approached a similar level.
  • Special filters are used to clean the air of any residual oil and water (see "Air purity").
  • Residual oil blobs increase in size and length as the porous medium is composed of fewer oil-wet surfaces.
  • Generally, tertiary or enhanced oil recovery involves the extraction of residual oil after the primary and secondary phases of production.
  • Chemical data implied that the substance might be residual oil leaking from the wreckage.
  • The findings of indicate that wettability can have a dramatic effect on residual oil entrapment.
  • At the same time, some of the hot vapors condense into a high-boiling liquid which recycles back into the furnace along with the hot residual oil.
  • The name derives from the brown colouring of the rock forming the cliffs of the headland, caused in part by residual oil deposits.
  • This cracks the heavy, long chain hydrocarbon molecules of the residual oil into coker gas oil and petroleum coke.
  • Residual oil saturation values reported at times >0 h are average values of two different regions in the same column, and thus, no error bars are associated with these data points.
  • It is likely that residual oil upstream from the imaged volume was mobilized into the imaged volume causing these spurious results in the water-wet columns.
  • One professor had turned into a kind of beef tea the pupae thrown away when the cocoons are unwound; another had made from the residual oil two or three kinds of soap. Cited from The Foundations of Japan, by J.W. Robertson Scott
  • Both studies of and report that residual oil saturation and residual oil blob size decrease with increasing percentage of oil-wet surfaces in a porous medium.
  • Residual oil in the cake can be extracted with hexane; alternatively all the oil can be extracted directly with the solvent.
  • The process name of "visbreaker" refers to the fact that the process reduces (i.e., breaks) the viscosity of the residual oil.
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