It is with great pleasure and satisfaction that I present to the international scientific community this collection of papers presented at the symposium on Surface Phenomena in Enhanced Oil Recovery held at Stockholm, Sweden, during August 20-25, 1979. It has been an exciting and exhausting experience to edit the papers included in this volume. The proceedings cover six major areas of research related to chemical flooding processes for enhanced oil recovery, namely, 1) Fundamental aspects of the oil displacement process, 2) Micro structure of surfactant systems, 3) Emulsion rheology and oil…mehr
It is with great pleasure and satisfaction that I present to the international scientific community this collection of papers presented at the symposium on Surface Phenomena in Enhanced Oil Recovery held at Stockholm, Sweden, during August 20-25, 1979. It has been an exciting and exhausting experience to edit the papers included in this volume. The proceedings cover six major areas of research related to chemical flooding processes for enhanced oil recovery, namely, 1) Fundamental aspects of the oil displacement process, 2) Micro structure of surfactant systems, 3) Emulsion rheology and oil dis placement mechanisms, 4) Wettability and oil displacement mecha nisms, 5) Adsorption, clays and chemical loss mechanisms, and 6) Polymer rheology and surfactant-polymer interactions. This book also includes two invited review papers, namely, "Research on Enhanced Oil Recovery: Past, Present and Future," and "Formation and Properties of Micelles and Microemulsions" by Professor J. J. Taber and Professor H. F. Eicke respectively. This symposium volume reflects the current state-of-art and our understanding of various surface phenomena in enhanced oil recovery processes. The participation by researchers from various countries in this symposium reflects the global interest in this area of research and the international effort to develop che science and technology of enhanced oil recovery processes.
I: Fundamental Aspects of the Oil Displacement Process.- Research on Enhanced Oil Recovery: Past, Present and Future.- The Physico-Chemical Conditions Necessary to Produce Ultralow Interfacial Tension at the Oil/Brine Interface.- Further Studies on Phase Relationships in Chemical Flooding.- Selection of Components for an Optimal Micellar System in Reservoir Conditions.- The Effect of Salt, Alcohol and Surfactant on Optimum Middle Phase Composition.- II: Microstructure of Surfactant Systems.- Formation and Properties of Micelles and Microemulsions.- X-Ray Diffraction and Scattering by Microemulsions.- Light Scattering Study of Adsorption of Surfactant Molecules at Oil-Water Interface.- An Experimental Investigation of Stability of Microemulsions and Polydispersity Effects Using Light-Scattering Spectroscopy and Small Angle X-Ray Scattering.- Dielectric and Conductive Properties of Water-in-Oil Type Microemulsions.- Measurement of Low Interfacial Tension Between Crude Oil and Formation Water with Dissolved Surfactants by the Spinning Drop Technique: Fact or Fiction?.- III: Emulsion Rheology and Oil Displacement Mechanisms.- The Effect of Film-Forming Materials on the Dynamic Interfacial Properties in Crude Oil-Aqueous Systems.- Recovery Mechanisms of Alkaline Flooding.- The Role of Alkaline Chemicals in Oil Displacement Mechanisms.- Interfacial Rheological Properties of Crude Oil/Water Systems.- Porous Media Rheology of Emulsions in Tertiary Oil Recovery.- Rheological Properties of Interfacial Layers Formed by Iron and Aluminum Soaps, Used in Reversible Emulsions in Petroleum Industry.- IV: Wettability and Oil Displacement Mechanisms.- Effect of Viscous and Buoyancy Forces on Nonwetting Phase Trapping in Porous Media.- Dependence of Residual Oil Mobilization on Wetting and Roughness.- Experimental Investigation of Two-Liquid Relative Permeability and Dye Adsorption Capacity Versus Saturation Relationships in Untreated and Dri-Film-Treated Sandstone Samples.- Wettability of, and Oil Film Stability on Glass Capillaries as Basic Processes in Tertiary Oil Recovery.- The Influence of Interfacial Properties on Immiscible Displacement Behavior.- Effect of Alcohols on the Equilibrium Properties and Dynamics of Micellar Solutions.- The Effect of Alcohol on Surfactant Mass Transfer Across the Oil/Brine Interface and Related Phenomena.- Complex Acids and Their Interaction with Clays in Oil Sands Slimes.- On the Coalescence Characteristics of Low Tension Oil-Water-Surfactant Systems.- Thin Films and Fluid Distribution in Porous Media.- On the Fate of Oil Ganglia During Immiscible Displacement in Water Wet Granular Porous Media.- V: Adsorption, Clays and Chemical Loss Mechanisms.- Precipitation and Redissolution of Sulfonates and Their Role in Adsorption on Minerals.- The Effect of Microemulsion Composition on the Adsorption of Petroleum Sulfonates on Berea Sand/Montmorillonite Clay Adsorbents.- Adsorption of Pure Surfactant and Petroleum Sulfonate at the Solid-Liquid Interface.- Ion Exchange on Mixed Ionic Forms of Montmorillonite at High Ionic Strengths.- Permeability Reduction in Water Sensitivity of Sandstones.- VI: Polymer Rheology and Surfactant-Polymer Interactions.- Synthetic Random and Graft Copolymers for Utilization in Enhanced Oil Recovery-Synthesis and Rheology.- Response of Mobility Control Agents to Shear, Electrochemical, and Biological Stress.- Factors Influencing Polyacrylamide Adsorption in Porous Media and Their Effect on Flow Behavior.- Optimal Salinity of Polymer Solution in Surfactant-Polymer Flooding Process.- Polymer-Surfactant Interaction and Its Effect on the Mobilization of Capillary-Trapped Oil.
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