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surface-area and pore-volume study of retorted oil shale
C. A Slettevold
by Dept. of Energy, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Livermore, Calif, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||C. A. Slettevold, A. H. Biermann, A. K. Burnham|
|Series||UCRL ; 52619|
|Contributions||Biermann, A. H., joint author, Burnham, A. K. 1950- joint author, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 18 p. :|
|Number of Pages||18|
These alterations cause chan!es in bulk and pore volume, reservoir fluid Dicky Haris Hidayat Library: Coring and Core Analysis 1 FORMATION EVALUATION Series 3 Rock and Fluid Sampling and Analysis saturations, and, in some cases, reservoir wettability (preference of the rock for water or oil). For example, the technology of the tar sand industry and the oil shale industry is not the s. The processes for recovery of the raw TABLE Screening Criteria for Enhanced Oil Recovery Methods °API Viscosity [cp] N2 (& flue gas) >35/48 23/41 22/36 20/35 15/10/16 >8/ EOR method 3 Steam PV = pore volume. Oil saturation [%PV] Formation.
consumption rate see also Sect, Case Study 2. 44 Applied Energy: An Introduction Figure Aluminum smelting process block diagram. 60 50 DC kWh/kg 40 30 20 10 0 Theoretical minimum kWh/kg Year Figure Energy consumption for aluminum production. (From the Electrochemistry Encyclopedia. With. Pore volume from summation of fluids is calculated by adding together the gas, water, and oil volumes in a sample. Gas volume is determined by mercury injection, an extension of the bulk volume determination. The sample is then retorted to remove oil and water, and their respective volumes are measured.
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Get this from a library. A surface-area and pore-volume study of retorted oil shale. [C A Slettevold; A H Biermann; A K Burnham; Lawrence Livermore Laboratory.].
Use of Retorted Shale as Sulfur Adsorbent The unloaded AC had the highest surface area and pore volume of m²/g and cm³/g.
Fushun-type process is the most common method of. Numerous studies have investigated the effects of heating temperature and rate, and particle size, on oil yield, gas evolution, shale oil composition, and oil shale pyrolysis, porosity, and. EPA / NTIS PB LEACHING AND HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES OF RETORTED OIL SHALE INCLUDING EFFECTS FROM CODISPOSAL OF WASTEWATER David B.
McWhorter Deanna S. Durnford Agricultural and Chemical Engineering Department Engineering Research Center Colorado State University Fort Collins, Colorado.
This results in an increase in the pore volume and specific surface area of particles at the higher retorting temperatures. Consequently, during the retorting process, the pore volume and specific surface area of semicoke will initially decrease and then rise gradually, as seen in the results of Fig.
Download: Download full-size image; Fig. by: Moreover, the surface area of the retorted shale is approximately twice that of Column leaching of oil shale Table 3.
Composition of shale samples (retool kg-~)* Kerosene Creek Retorted Kerosene Analyte shale Creek shale Na (15) (20) K (15) (20) Mg (20) (30) Figures in parentheses represent two standard devia- tions for Cited by: 2. Abstract. The microstructural evaluation of oil shale is challenging which demands the use of several complementary methods.
In particular, an improved insight into the pore network structure and connectivity before, during, and after oil shale pyrolysis is critical to understanding hydrocarbon flow behavior and enhancing recovery. The amount of oil that can be retorted from oil-shale deposits ranges from about 4% t o more than 50% of the weight of the rock, or about gal of oil per ton of rock.
In the first volume of this two-volume book, the writers covered the following subjects: (1) overview of surface production equipment, (2) properties of. TABLES Number Page Oil Shale Reserves in the Green River Formation 1 TEMPO Monitoring Methodology 4 Summary of Potential Sources of Groundwater Quality Impact, Tracts C-a and C-b 9 Estimated Acreages of Land Scheduled to be Disturbed and Revegetated on Tract C-a 26 Estimated Surface Disturbance by Year and Overall 34 3.
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Oil shale and coal samples may be obtained with full-diameter coring devices. However, oil shale and coal may also be quarried from surface or shallow formations, and require nonroutine sampling procedures different from those.
Research on Ground- and Surface-Water Contamination. Sort by Author. Sorted by Year. J.A., and Zachara, J.M.,Characterization of the intragranular water regime within subsurface sediments--Pore volume, surface area, and mass transfer limitationsThe study of humic substances--In search of a paradigm, in Davies, G., and.
Pore-Volume Measurement Pore volume measurements can be done by using the Boyles law, where the sample is placed in a rubber sleeve holder that has no voids space around the periphery of the core and on the ends.
Such a holder is called the Hassler holder, or a hydrostatic load cell, see Fig. Hydrostatic pressure. Core sample1/5(1). The volumes of the extracted oil, gas and water are added to obtain the pore volume and hence the core porosity.
The core sample is divided into two parts. One part (ca. g) is crushed and placed in a fluid-extraction retort (see figure in previous chapter), where the metal-holder unit has a cap to prevent the evaporation of gases at the top/5(11).
The shapes of OM pores are less complex compared with the other two pore types based on the Image-Pro Plus software analysis. In addition, the specific surface area ranges from m2/g to m2/g and the pore volume varies between m3/g and m3/g.
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ABNORMAL FORMATION PRESSURES T.F. YEN and G.V. CHILINGARIAN (Editors) 5. OIL SHALE 6. D.W. PEACEMAN FUNDAMENTALS OF NUMERICAL RESERVOIR SIMULATION 8. Pore-Volume Measurement Pore volume measurements can be done by using the Boyle’s law, where the sample is placed in a rubber sleeve holder that has no voids space around the periphery of the core and on the ends.
Such a holder is called the Hassler holder, or a hydrostatic load cell, see Fig. Fundamentals of Drilling Engineering Scrivener Publishing Cummings Center, Suite J Beverly, MA Publishers at Scrivener Martin Scrivener([email protected]) Phillip Carmical ([email protected]. Evaluation of formation water chemistry and scale prediction: Bakken Shale.
DOE PAGES. Thyne, Geoffrey; Brady, Patrick. Determination of in situ formation water chemistry is an essential component of reservoir management. This study details the use of thermodynamic computer models to calculate reservoir pH and restore produced water .Oil from Oil Sands 17 Shale Oil 22 Tight Oil Concerning in situ production, the retorted shale is burn out zone the temperature is decreasing and a significant part of the gaseous hydrocarbons condensate increasing the oil saturation in the pore volume.