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  • Impact of petroleum coke characteristics on the adsorption

    2013117&ensp·&enspAbstract. Petroleum coke (PC) is a waste byproduct generated during the oil upgrading processes by the petroleum industry. The continuing accumulation of large quantities of PC requires the development of innovative strategies for the effective utilization of this carbonrich material.

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  • In Vitro Assessment of Endocrine Disrupting Potential of

    201832&ensp·&enspnents of oil sands derived NAs have been shown to possess weak estrogen agonist activity.12 There is a need for further research on mechanisms of toxicity to determine whether NAs derived directly from oil sands sources are able to influence reproductive pathways directly. In vitro tools are best suited for this approach.

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  • Remote bitumen content estimation of Athabasca oil sand

    Modeling of the total bitumen content, TBC, in Athabasca oil sands was undertaken on the basis of its hyperspectral reflectance spectra. Spectra (8 cm −1 resolution) were obtained that covered both the shortwave infrared and thermal infrared (TIR: 3.00–30.00 μm).

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  • FORMATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CLAY

    2009323&ensp·&enspFigure 1. Infrared spectra of (a) bitumen, and (b) asphaltene extracted from Athabasca oil sands. and oils and pentaneinsoluble asphaltenes were also used in experiments. Experiments and methods IR analyses were carried out on: (I) bitumen extract ed from oil

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  • Oil Industries Using Infrared Heating Appliions

    The oil, gas and mining are industries that Ceramicx industrial heat consultants have ventured into in recent years. We have in the past been involved in a project looking at combining microwave and infrared heat in order to achieve the cleaning of oil laced sands from Crude oil tanks a great deal of which is stockpiled around the world.

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  • [Research on Oil Sands Spectral Characteristics and Oil

    With the increase in oil content, in the spectral range of 1,7001,730 nm the obvious hydrocarbon absorption begins to appear. The bitumen content is the critical parameter for oil sands

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  • environmental science semester 2 review 1 Flashcards Quizlet

    Start studying environmental science semester 2 review 1. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. energy that comes from an electromagnetic wave, such as light, radio waves, or infrared. renewable energy. a source of energy replenished in a short time oil sands. mixtures of sand and a special

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  • Bitumen Properties Athabasca Oil Sands Subject Guides

    The chemistry of Alberta oil sands, bitumens and heavy oils Petrophysical properties of bitumen from the Upper Devonian Grosmont reservoir, Alberta, Canada Extraction of hydrocarbons from oil sand using supercritical carbon dioxid

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  • Extraction of Chemical Constituents of Bitumen Using a

    2015824&ensp·&enspcontent of the oil sands but was around 0.13. Bitumen recovery in this process reached 95%, and naphtha content of the extracted sands decreased to around 3% [12] [13]. Wu and Dabros studied the nonaqueous extraction of bitumen by light hydrocarbon solvents followed by centrifuge filtration or regular filtration.

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  • Homework 7 Flashcards Quizlet

    Homework 7. STUDY. PLAY. Light with a wavelength of 280 nm is in the infrared region. false: The longest wavelength of light that our eyes can usually see is 400 nm. Choose whether the given unit is a unit of power or a unit of energy. Choose whether the statements about oil sands are true or false. false: The viscosity of bitumen is

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  • Remote Sensing Science Volume 5, 2017, PP. 5863 The

    2017830&ensp·&enspIn this paper, the field acquisition of oil sands in the shortwave infrared spectrum curve was studied, the result shows that the oil sands compared with surrounding rock

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  • Technology – Extrakt

    For oil sands extractions, there is no need for tailings ponds. Clean minerals and oil are obtained from various types of sludge, remediating a significant environmental problem while providing materials that can be recycled and have economic value.

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  • US4236640A Separation of nahcolite from oil shale by

    Nahcolitecontaining ore particles are separated from oil shale particles in a mixture of particles of nahcolitebearing oil shale ore by irradiating the mixture of ore particles with electromagnetic energy in the infrared region of the spectrum and sorting the particles according to energy reflected at one or more selected wavelengths within that region to separate the nahcolitecontaining

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  • Longwave Infrared (812 μm) Spectral Imaging for the

    2016620&ensp·&enspAbstract. Core logging is the principal method for investigating the subsurface in oil sands industry operations and every drilling season immense time and funds are dedied to this labourintensive process.

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  • Chemical structure analysis of oil shale kerogen

    Five different oil shale kerogens were analyzed with advanced testing techniques(XRD, 13 C NMR and FTIR) to obtain important structural information. The longrange

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  • Photoacoustic infrared spectroscopy of Syncrude post

    2017113&ensp·&enspThe rapidscan spectra showed that the samples were comprised primarily of kaolinite, quartz, silica, siderite, and residual hydrocarbons, and that the proportions of these constituents were different for each fraction. Depth profiling of the three postextraction oil sands was accomplished using both rapid and stepscan PA infrared spectroscopy.

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  • Adsorption of Petroleum Asphaltenes onto Reservoir Rock

    2018526&ensp·&enspIn perspective, it opens a way for physical and chemical engineering of liquid−solid interfaces in the oil industry. In this study, the adsorption parameters of petroleum asphaltenes on quartz, dolomite, and mica sands were investigated using nearinfrared (NIR) spectroscopy.

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  • WaterBased Separation of Urho's Oil Sands Atlantis Press

    The oil sands composition was analyzed, and meanwhile the influence factors, The oil content can be analyzed by the partitioninfrared method. The calculation formula is expressed by Eq.(1) . In Eq.(1) R is the recovery of bitumen, A 1 is oil content of initial oil sands, A2 is

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  • Study on Pyrolysis Oil Producing Process of

    2018926&ensp·&enspStudy on Pyrolysis Oil Producing Process of Indonesian Oil Sand by TGFTIR and 13 C NMR WANG Qing, WANG Zhichao, JIA Chunxia, GONG Guoxi College of Energy and

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  • Spectroscopic Measurements in Oil Sands Industry from

    2015425&ensp·&enspOil sands in Alberta, Canada, are formed in the earth age when the land was covered by the tropical sea. Through the combined effects of pressure, heat and time, the bodies of marine creatures were squished and became tar type oilrich material, i.e. Athabasca oil sands as called today. Oil sands

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  • Adsorption of Petroleum Asphaltenes onto Reservoir Rock

    2018214&ensp·&enspIn perspective, it opens a way for physical and chemical engineering of liquid−solid interfaces in the oil industry. In this study, the adsorption parameters of petroleum asphaltenes on quartz, dolomite, and mica sands were investigated using nearinfrared (NIR) spectroscopy.

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  • Characterization of minerals in oil sands by reflectance

    Diffusereflectance spectra (0.3–2.6 μm) of oil sands and mineral separates display a number of absorption bands which can be assigned to the spectrally significant minerals present in the samples.

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  • Characterization of minerals in oil sands by reflectance

    In any case, pyrite shows only weak 878 Fuel 1995 Volume 74 Number 6 Characterization of minerals in oil sands: E. A. Cfoutis et al. absorption bands in the 0.32.6 pm region and is not Stephen Pratt at Brown University for providing ready expected to be spectrally detectable when it is only a access to the RELAB spectrometer facility. minor

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  • New NIR minerals analysis website content Oil sands for

    Near Infrared and Oil Sands for Bitumen Production. Oil sands are very different from conventional oil and natural gas deposits as oil sands are a mixture of bitumen, water, quartz, clay and other gangue minerals. Clays and other minerals, and constituents like moisture are easily analyzed by NIR analyzers such as the TerraSpec 4 mineral analyzer.

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  • Satellite Monitoring Over the Canadian Oil Sands

    201533&ensp·&enspStatus and Availability of Infrared Satellite Obs. TES Special Observations over the OS for the past ~2 years TES transects of oil sands begun July 14, 2012 OS Field Study • 9 overpasses Over ~130 special observations over the oil sands to date Measurement every 2 7 days

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  • Remote bitumen content estimation of Athabasca oil sand

    Infrared reflectance spectroscopy has been used in a number of oil sand studies to investigate for example variations in oil sand slurry, the mineralogy of oil sands, bitumen characteristics, and bitumen content in ground ore .

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  • New Technology For In Situ Oil Sands Facilities 2017

    The New Technology For In Situ Oil Sands Facilities 2017 is geared towards shining the light on new ways that operators can secure government rebates & tax breaks as well as identifying the latest technology to invest in to ensure operations are more efficient and

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  • Assessment of the effects of oil sands

    2015629&ensp·&ensp: Assessment of the effects of oil sands naphthenic acids on the growth andmorphology of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii using microscopic

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  • Temperature, Precipitation, and Lightning Modifiion in

    2017526&ensp·&enspthe oil sands development. A recent public report states that ''oil sands activity merits special attention as it is rapidly growing in critical headwaters of the broader Mackenzie River Basin and uses significant amounts of water, while leaving behind toxic sludge. Oil sands development also results in land disturbance and air

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  • Structural Changes of the Bitumen From Inner

    2018926&ensp·&enspStructural Changes of the Bitumen From Inner Mongolia Oil Sand During Thermal Conversion ZHANG Angui, WANG Gang, BI Yantao, XU Chunming, GAO Jinsen State Key

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  • Drones take flight in the oil sands PLANT

    20181110&ensp·&enspA partnership between Quebec's ING Robotic Aviation and infrared camera manufacturer FLIR Systems will bring the remotecontrolled planes to Canadian oil sites for aerial infrared detection and visual gas leak detection.

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  • Bitumen content estimation of Athabasca oil sand from

    Oil sand is a mixture of quartz grains, clay minerals, bitumen, water, and minor accessory minerals. There is a need in oil sands mining operations for a robust method to estimate total bitumen content in real time and so modelling of the total bitumen content (TBC) in Athabasca oil sands of Western Canada was undertaken on the basis of

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  • Photoacoustic infrared spectroscopy of Syncrude post

    Photoacoustic infrared spectroscopy of Syncrude postextraction oil sand The rapidscan spectra showed that the samples were comprised primarily of kaolinite, quartz, silica, siderite, and residual hydrocarbons, and that the proportions of these constituents were different for each fraction.

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  • near infrared and oil sands for bitumen production

    Analysis of Athabasca oil sand by nearinfrared?diffuse : click here to chat now. Oil Sands Basics Sustainalytics: click here to chat now. Remote bitumen content estimation of Athabasca oil sand : click here to chat now. Tar sands crude oil Oil Shale and Tar Sands PEIS :

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  • COMPILING A GEOSPATIAL DATABASE OF EXISTING OIL

    2017118&ensp·&enspDatabase for Existing Oil Sands Industrial Features to develop a clearer understanding of the impacts of oil sands development on the environment and to support annual reporting processes. The primary objective of this project was to design and populate a geospatial database of oil sands

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  • Pro ling Oil Sands Mixtures from Industrial Developments

    2014221&ensp·&enspThe Canadian oil sands region contains an estimated 168.6 billion barrels of recoverable bitumen, 1 accounting for 97% of Canada's petroleum reserves and ranking Canada third globally

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  • Shortwave infrared (1.0–2.5 µm) hyperspectral imaging of

    Grand Rapids oil sands have lower overall reflectance and deeper 1.4 and 1.9μm absorption features than McMurray oil sands of the same ore grade. At ore grades greater than 10 wt. %, Grand Rapids oil sands also have shallower bitumen absorption features.

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  • LTNIR Crude Oil Analyzer

    201753&ensp·&enspParaFuel Crude Oil and Fuel analyzers from LT Industries are multichannel process analyzers that allow for inprocess, real time analysis of chemical and physical properties. The ParaFuel provides a complete measurement solution for the Crude Oil and Petroleum Refining process.

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