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study of the kinetics of oxydation of Athabasca oil sands.

It Chin Hsieh

study of the kinetics of oxydation of Athabasca oil sands.

by It Chin Hsieh

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These light hydrocarbons are responsible for the rapid high temperature behavior observed in the RTO tests. This work greatly increases the understanding of fuel sources, and the proposed model is able to predict oxidation/combustion behavior of pre-steamed Athabasca oil sands under a wide range of by: 4. 1. Introduction. As one of the largest oil deposits in the world, the Alberta oil sands are composed of approximately 10% bitumen mixed with 5% water and 85% mineral solids (Allen, a; Zubot et al., ).The high content of mineral solids (mainly sand, clay and silt) renders it necessary to first extract the bitumen from the oil sands by the Clark caustic hot water Cited by: 4.

Alberta Oil Sands Environmental Impacts: Developing Oil Sands -Syncrude surface mines oil sand, extracts the raw oil known as bitumen and upgrades it into high-quality, sweet light crude oil. The upgrading process subjects the bitumen to fluid coking, hydro processing, hydro. @article{osti_, title = {Comprehensive kinetic models for the aquathermolysis of heavy oils}, author = {Belgrave, J D.M. and Moore, R G and Ursenbach, M G}, abstractNote = {Aquathermolysis experiments over the temperature range to {degrees}C were performed on core samples taken from three large bitumen and heavy oil deposits found in Alberta: Athabasca.

3 Applicability of this Review to the Athabasca Oil Sands Area, Alberta The utility of the cited research in the prediction of long-term water-rock interactions in the Athabasca Oil Sands Area, depends on aquifer mineralogy, formation-water composition, waste-water composition, rate of injection, regional geology and hydrogeology. Alberta government issues report on oil sands potential. Cover of Sidney Blair’s Report on the Alberta Bituminous Sands commissioned by the Government of Alberta, Source: Provincial Archives of Alberta, PRbox Athabasca Oil Sands Conference establishes an Alberta oil sands policy and stimulates commercial interest in the.


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Study of the kinetics of oxydation of Athabasca oil sands by It Chin Hsieh Download PDF EPUB FB2

Liquid phase oxidation kinetics of oil sands bitumen: Models for in situ combustion numerical simulators K. Adegbesan. Corresponding Author. Texaco Canada Resources Ltd.

Texaco Canada Resources Ltd. Search for more papers by this. A ramped-temperature oxidation apparatus was used to conduct a detailed,two-year parametric study of the oxidation characteristics of Athabasca OilSands bitumen.

The text matrix involved various levels of pressure, gasinjection rate, oxygen content of the injected gas, and maximum by: The apparatus was used to conduct a detailed parametric study of the oxidation characteristics of Athabasca Oil Sands bitumen.

The test operating procedure matrix involved various levels of pressure, gas injection rate, oxygen content of the injected gas and maximum ramp by: A new kinetic model for pyrolysis of Athabasca bitumen of fossil fuels from oil sands. In this study, vacuum pyrolysis was compared with retorting and nitrogen sweeping pyrolysis based on.

In this study, the focus is to model appropriate kinetics and improve reaction models for ISC. Different chemical reactions occur during ISC in different temperature ranges. For heavy oils and oil sands low temperature oxidation (LTO) dominates below o C, yielding partially oxygenated compounds and increasing the viscosity of oil, and as a Cited by: 1.

The composition and the rates of evolution of light gases and volatile materials from Athabasca and Cold Lake oil sand bitumen and their separated fractions have been described as a function of temperature.

From the estimation of the Arrhenius parameters for product formation, it was concluded that. @article{osti_, title = {Low-temperature-oxidation kinetic parameters for in-situ combustion: Numerical simulation}, author = {Adegbesan, K O and Donnelly, J K and Moore, R G and Bennion, D W}, abstractNote = {The principal objective of this study was to provide low-temperature-oxidation (LTO) reaction models that are suitable for use in numerical simulators.

The Athabasca oil sands, also known as the Athabasca tar sands, are large deposits of bitumen or extremely heavy crude oil, located in northeastern Alberta, Canada – roughly centred on the boomtown of Fort oil sands, hosted primarily in the McMurray Formation, consist of a mixture of crude bitumen (a semi-solid rock-like form of crude oil), silica sand, clay Coordinates: 57°01′N °39′W /.

Oxidation reaction kinetics of Athabasca bitumen Colin R. Phillips and It-Chin Hsieh Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A4, Canada (Received 14 May ; revised 7 November } The oxidation reaction kinetics of bitumen from Athabasca oil sands have been investigated in a flow Cited by: @article{osti_, title = {Determination of kinetic data for soot oxidation: Modeling of competition between oxygen diffusion and reaction during thermogravimetric analysis}, author = {Gilot, P and Bonnefoy, F and Marcuccilli, F and Prado, G}, abstractNote = {Kinetic data concerning carbon black oxidation in the temperature range between and C have.

The evaporation and atmospheric oxidation of low-volatility organic vapours from mined oil sands material is shown to be responsible for a large amount of secondary organic aerosol mass—which Cited by: W et Oxidation of Oil Sands T ailings in a Gravity Pr essur e V essel Aar on Beard a, Jacob Lemcke a, Pol Knops b, Shadi Saberi c, Rafael Santos a,* a.

Kinetics of the thermo-oxidative and thermal cracking reactions of Athabasca bitumen Karen S. Yoshiki and Colin R. Phillips Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A4, Canada {Received 29 November ) The thermo-oxidative and thermal cracking reactions of Athabasca bitumen were examined Cited by: Athabasca Oil Corporation is a Canadian energy company with a focused strategy on the development of thermal and light oil assets.

Situated in Alberta's Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin, the Company has amassed a significant land base of extensive, high quality resources. Athabasca's common shares trade on the TSX under the symbol "ATH".Industry: Oil & Gas.

The selection of these two models was inspired by the facts that (i) the asphaltene samples in our laboratory experiments originated from heavy crude oil and Athabasca oil sands bitumen (Li et.

Process water treatment in Canada’s oil sands industry: II. A review of emerging technologies Article in Journal of Environmental Engineering and Science 7(5) Author: Erik W. Allen. @article{osti_, title = {A comparative study of sludges from Athabasca and northern Holland}, author = {Muszalski, P and Hornof, V and Kotlyar, L}, abstractNote = {The tailings produced during bitumen separation from Athabasca oil sands have a high water holdings capacity.

While chemical treatment will increase the rate of settling of these tailings it has little. An Improved Kinetics Model for In Situ Combustion of Pre-Steamed Oil Sands Author: Yang, Min, Harding, Thomas G., Chen, Zhangxin Source: Energy & Fuels v no.4 pp.

ISSN: Subject:Cited by: 4. behavior of Athabasca oil sands bitumen. They concluded that the key operat- Combustion Kinetics of Oil Shales by Reaction Cell Experiments. system developed to study in-situ oil. Conventional in situ combustion (ISC) has largely failed to establish itself as a major heavy oil recovery process.

However, the recent successful field piloting of the toe-to-heel air injection (THAI) process by Petrobank, in the Athabasca oil sands, Conklin, Alberta, Canada, seems set to develop a major new era of ISC technology.

A new numerical model of the THAI–ISC Cited by:. Athabasca Oil Corporation ("AOC") is a liquids-weighted intermediate producer involved in the development of Canada's most active resource plays (Montney, Duvernay, Oil Sands). We offer investors excellent exposure to oil prices and are focused on maximizing profitability through prudent capital activity across a diversified asset base.In this study, the focus is to model appropriate kinetics and improve reaction models for this process.

The objective of this study is to develop reaction kinetic models that can be used to describe the reactions of hydrocarbon fractions at various temperature conditions during the ISC of Athabasca bitumen.Tracing industrial sulfur contributions to atmospheric sulfate deposition in the Athabasca oil sands region, Alberta, Canada Bernadette C.

Proemsea,⇑, Bernhard Mayera, Mark E. Fennb a University of Calgary, Department of Geoscience, University Drive NW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2N 1N4 bUSDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Canyon Cited by: