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王阳恩,邓胜华,杨长铭,周克厚.超声-表面活性剂对原油降粘的实验研究[J].声学技术,2001,(4):149~151
超声-表面活性剂对原油降粘的实验研究
Experimental investigation of reduced viscosity with ultrasonic irradiation and surface active agent on oil
投稿时间:2000-10-25  修订日期:2000-12-29
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中文关键词: 超声  表面活性剂  原油  粘度
英文关键词: ultrasound  surface active agent  oil  viscosity
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王阳恩 江汉石油学院数理系, 湖北荆州, 434102 
邓胜华 江汉石油学院数理系, 湖北荆州, 434102 
杨长铭 江汉石油学院数理系, 湖北荆州, 434102 
周克厚 江汉石油学院数理系, 湖北荆州, 434102 
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中文摘要:
      本文研究了超声和表面活性剂对原油粘度的影响。当原油含水率不大时,超声降粘主要是由于超声降解的作用,但这种降粘效果不理想。掺入表面活性剂SP-20后,在低含水率下,原油未能形成水包油乳状液。当含水率为50%时,掺入表面活性剂,能使原油形成水包油乳状液。将超声与表面活性剂相结合,能使原油形成的乳状液更稳定。
英文摘要:
      The effect on oil viscosity with ultrasound and surface active agent is studied in this paper.The ultrasonic depolymerization is mainly reason to reduce viscosity in the low moisture content.But the ultrasonic depolymerization produces little effect.The oil-in-water emulision cannot come into being in low moisture content when the surface active agent is mixed into the oil.When the moisture content is 50 percent,the emulision can come into being by mixing surface active agent into the oil.The emulision can be more stable with ultrasonic irradiation and surface active agent on the oil.
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