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Published by Pergamon in Amsterdam, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Materials at high temperatures.,
  • Wetting.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Nicolas Eustathopoulos, Michael G. Nicholas, Béatrice Drevet.
    SeriesPergamon materials series -- v. 3
    ContributionsDrevet, Béatrice., Nicholas, Michael G.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD506 .E78 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 420 p. :
    Number of Pages420
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22327765M
    ISBN 100080421466

    Provides practical techniques for precisely visualizing and analyzing related multiphase flows including high-speed photography; Surveys fundamental concepts of particle image velocimetry (PIV) and particle tracking velocimetry (PTV) see more benefits. Buy this book eBook ,69 € price for Spain (gross) Buy eBook ISBN ;. An experimental method has been developed to determine the wettability, i.e., the contact angle, of a reservoir brine−reservoir rock system with dissolution of CO 2 at high pressures and elevated temperatures by using the axisymmetric drop shape analysis (ADSA) technique for the sessile drop case. Prior to the experiment, a rock slide is horizontally placed in a specially designed .


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The purpose of this book is to bring together current scientific understanding of wetting behaviour that has been gained from theoretical models and quantitative experimental observations.

The materials considered are liquid metals or inorganic glasses in contact with solid metals or ceramics at temperatures of o C. Wetting is the ability of a liquid to maintain contact with a solid surface, resulting from intermolecular interactions when the two are brought together.

The degree of wetting (wettability) is determined by a force balance between adhesive and cohesive g deals with the three phases of materials: gas, liquid, and solid. Chapter 7: Wettability should that same grain have been baked at high temperatures in the presence of oil at depth, then (i) its surface chemical structure can be altered, or (ii) the surface itself can become reservoir wettability must be made on preserved core at a temperature high enough to ensure.

However, high temperatures (>80 o C), high salinity, and especially high hardness, pose challenges to development of high performance surfactant formulations such as precipitation of calcium and magnesium salts.

This work is identifies a strategy to develop surfactant systems which can improve oil recovery by wettability alteration at such Cited by: industries, especially for the steel and semiconductor industries.

Information on wettability of solids by liquids is very important for the refining of iron and steel and the production of advanced metal-ceramic composite materials, because wettability at high temperature has a significant influence on the properties of the final product.

The wettability of liquid metals and alloys with solid oxides has been studied extensively and many literatures have been published so far. The references in this section include some representative reviews on this subject.

The wettability of molten slag with solid oxides is another important subject in high temperature metallurgical engineering. A large body of useful scientific information about the wettability of and spreading upon high-temperature metal and ceramic coatings comes from the application of Young's equation to metallurgical systems at elevated temperatures.

Young's equation is also used as a foundation for interfacial studies in a variety of other fields. Wettability alteration to intermediate gas-wetting in porous media by treatment with FC, a fluorochemical polymer has been studied experimentally.

Berea sandstone was used as the main rock sample in our work, and its wettability before and after chemical treatment was studied at various temperatures from 25 to 93 C.

We also studied. Strand et al. (, ) have shown that addition of sulfate and other potential determining ions can change the wettability of originally oil-wet chalk cores at high temperatures (above 90 °C). Increase in water-wetness was demonstrated by imbibitions of these Cited by: In the direct iron smelting process, interfacial reactions of carbonaceous materials with molten iron are among some of the key factors that dictate the rate of carbon transfer into molten iron and establish a carbon concentrated melt to reduce iron oxide in the slag phase.

Detailed wettability investigations on a range of carbonaceous materials, e.g. synthetic graphite, natural graphite, Author: R.

Khanna, I. Mansuri, V. Sahajwalla. Publication History: This article is based on " Crain's Data Acquisition " by E. (Ross) Crain,first published in This webpage version is the copyrighted intellectual property of the author. Do not copy or distribute in any form without explicit permission. Wettability is the tendency of one fluid.

Refractories, materials that can withstand high temperatures, play an important role in the iron and steel sector which alone accounts for ~70% of total refractories produced. In this chapter, detailed wettability and interfacial phenomena investigations on alumina-carbon and zirconia-carbon refractories at steelmaking temperatures.

The wettability between refractory substrates Author: R. Khanna, M. Ikram-ul-Haq, V. Sahajwalla. Similarly, the increase in temperature resulted in a higher spread ratio of at K as compared to at K.

Thus, the gold substrate had higher wettability at higher temperatures. In the case where wettability of a substrate needs to be controlled, temperature is an important parameter to be by: 3.

There are two different types: (1) reactive systems and (2) nonreactive systems. In addition, the main methods to measure wettability of a solid by a liquid metal at high temperature are described, as well as the suitable engineering methods used to. @article{osti_, title = {The influence of temperature and humidity on the wettability of immersion tin coated printed wiring boards}, author = {Ray, U and Artaki, I and Vianco, P T}, abstractNote = {This paper investigates the merits and drawbacks of immersion tin coatings as potential printed wiring board (PWB) surface finishes.

Immersion tin films applied in various. High Temperatures – High Pressures (HTHP) is an international journal publishing original peer-reviewed papers devoted to experimental and theoretical studies on thermophysical properties of matter, as well as experimental and modeling solutions for applications where control of thermophysical properties is critical, e.g.

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The reaction alters the wettability characteristic of the carbonate formation toward water by: 1. Wettability significantly affects a variety of measurements critical to describing oil reservoirs, from residual saturations to resistivity indices.

In spite of the importance attributed to wettability, no standardized technique exists that completely and adequately characterizes the : Web page. chemistry of wettability that resides outside the petroleum litera­ ture.

The new information describes how fundamental surface forces affect wettability in petroleum reservoirs and the magnitude of ad­ vancing and receding contact angles for oil/water/mineral systems in terms of surface forces.

This work is intended to provide a guide. Summary This chapter provides an overview of wettability of an ideal surface, and explains the wetting angle by illustrating the equilibrium of a liquid droplet on an ideal solid substrate.

Next, i Author: Jean‐Charles Joud, Marie‐Geneviève Barthés‐Labrousse. This standard is useful for characterizing the wettability of surfaces. A surface that is easy to wet is one over which a coating is more likely to give good adhesion and appearance and less likely to suffer surface tension related defects such as.

Wettability design and manipulation have received particular attention in modern society because of its potential applications []. Controllable Growth of the ZnO Nanorod Arrays on the Al Substrate and Their Reversible Wettability Transition.

The mechanism(s) of low salinity water flooding (LSWF) must be better understood at high temperatures and pressures if the method is to be applied in high T/P kaolinite-bearing sandstone reservoirs. We measured contact angles between a sandstone and an oil (acid number, AN = mg KOH/g, base number, BN = mg KOH/g) from a reservoir in the.

The test was carried out at high vacuum conditions (p = 1 × 10 −6 mbar) at temperature up to °C, and for higher temperatures the inert gas (static argon, p = mbar) was introduced to the chamber in order to suppress the evaporation of silicon.

During the wettability test, the images of the drop/substrate couples were recorded Cited by: 9. The preference of a solid to contact one liquid or gas, known as the wetting phase, rather than another. The wetting phase will tend to spread on the solid surface and a porous solid will tend to imbibe the wetting phase, in both cases displacing the nonwetting phase.

Rocks can be water-wet, oil-wet or intermediate-wet. The intermediate state between water-wet and oil-wet can be. Impact of argon nano-droplet on homogeneous platinum wall is simulated using molecular dynamics.

Wall temperature (90 K, K) and surface wettability (high, low based on ε Ar-Pt parameter) are varied to study four cases. An external force is applied on the drop for a short time period to achieve velocities in the range of 13 mIs - 15 in/ by: 3. Effects of Wettability on Capillary Pressure,” Journal of Petroleum Technology39 (October ): – Forming a transition zone.

A homogeneous formation exhibits a zone of transition from high oil saturation at the top to high water saturation at the bottom (blue curves). This saturation transition. A goniometer device was then pdf to examine the surface wettability of the samples by pdf the static contact angle between the liquid and the attached surface using the sessile drops technique.

Waters of pH 4, 7, and 9 were employed as the contact angle testing fluids at a set of fixed temperatures that ranged from 20°C to 60°C.Oil adsorbs to carbonate reservoirs indirectly through a relatively thick download pdf water layer, and directly to the surface through a relatively thin intervening water layer.

Whereas directly sorbed oil desorbs slowly and incompletely in response to changes in reservoir conditions, indirectly sorbed oil can be rapidly desorbed by changing the chemistry of the separating water by: An innovative method to switch the wettability ebook a ebook polymeric surface by thermally induced shape memory effect is presented.

For this purpose, first polycyclooctene (PCO) is crosslinked with dycumil peroxide (DCP) and its melting temperature, which corresponds with the switching transition temperature (Ttrans), is measured by Dynamic Mechanical Thermal Cited by: