352 Heavy Oil and Flow Assurance

Tuesday, November 10, 2015: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
252A/B (Salt Palace Convention Center)

This session will address fundamental characterization of oils and their bulk and thermodynamic properties including rheological properties. We will also consider contributions about thermodynamic, flow and integrated models, and papers addressing oil compatibility issues.

Upstream Engineering and Flow Assurance Forum
Clint P. Aichele Email: clint.aichele@okstate.edu

12:30 PM
(352a) A Combined Asphaltene Study Relating Kinetic Aggregation and Deposition Parameters to Thermodynamic Driving Forces
Wattana Chaisoontornyotin, Nasim Haji-Akbari, H. Scott Fogler and Michael P. Hoepfner

12:50 PM
(352b) The Impact of Shear and Solid Stabilizers on Cyclopentane Hydrate Formation in Emulsions
Deepika Venkataramani, Ashwin Kumar, Peter Clark and Clint P. Aichele

1:10 PM
(352c) Measurement and Modeling of Crude Oil Density at Temperatures to 250 C and Pressures to 275 Mpa
Isaac K. Gamwo, Ward A. Burgess, Babatunde Bamgbade and Deepak Tapriyal

1:50 PM
(352e) Modeling of Asphaltene Deposition in Pipelines: Accounting for a Chemical Inhibitor Effect
Dmitry Eskin, Omidreza Mohammadzadeh, Shawn Taylor, John Ratulowski, Adriana Caballero Rosas and Edgar Ramirez Jaramillo

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