Rheological properties of emulsion of crude oil and water

Duong Ngoc Hai, Nguyen Van Diep, Ha Ngoc Hien, Nguyen The Duc, Phung Dinh Thuc, Nguyen Thuc Khang, Ha Van Bich, Tong Canh Son

Abstract


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.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15625/0866-7136/10003 Display counter: Abstract : 50 views. PDF : 32 views.

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