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 AJAC  Vol.6 No.13 , December 2015
Impregnation of Carbonate Rock with Bituminous Compounds. III. Thermophysical Properties of the Impregnation Material
Abstract: The investigation on thermodynamic properties (density ρ, viscosity ν) of heavy oil has been carried out in the temperature range 298 - 363 K at pressure 0.098 MPa, and thermal expansion coefficient αp at pressures up to 49 MPa. The results of specific heat measurements of oil and oil products are presented at pressures up to 29 MPa and temperatures up to 613 K for heavy oil and temperature range of 323 - 473 K at atmospheric pressure for oil products. Thermal effects occurring during the processing of crude oil have been investigated. According to the obtained values of thermal expansion coefficients, density of the oil has been calculated for pressures up to 49 MPa.
Cite this paper: Zaripov, Z. , Gabitov, I. , Nakipov, R. , Gumerov, F. , Farakhov, M. and Khayrutdinov, V. (2015) Impregnation of Carbonate Rock with Bituminous Compounds. III. Thermophysical Properties of the Impregnation Material. American Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 6, 1038-1049. doi: 10.4236/ajac.2015.613099.
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