Enhanced Oil Recovery is not a new process and it has been utilized by the Oil and Gas industry for several decades, particularly in the use of water flooding as a secondary recovery measure to ensure maintenance of reservoir pressure.
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The goal of in-situ remediation (ISCO) is to destroy the chemicals of concerns (COCs) in place, with as little interference with site and adjacent property use or subsurface structures. In order to achieve this goal, it will require the engineer to look beyond the black box approach when specifying the reagent and injection process to… Continue Reading »
The dynamics of process operations are often overlooked in the undergraduate chemical engineering curriculum. In addition, they are often overlooked or inadequately considered in process design and preparation of operating procedures for new facilities.
Description of Case Vertical upward and downward two-phase flow has applications in the chemical, refrigeration, nuclear, geothermal, and petroleum industries, whether in an adiabatic flow or in an application of the boiling phenomenon.