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Oil blob populations and mobilization of trapped oil in unconsolidated packs

Oil blob populations and mobilization of trapped oil in unconsolidated packs,10.1002/cjce.5450630401,Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering,N. C. Wa

Oil blob populations and mobilization of trapped oil in unconsolidated packs   (Citations: 27)
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Journal: Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering - CAN J CHEM ENG , vol. 63, no. 4, pp. 525-532, 1985
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    • ...Typical values of the residual saturation 1 of LNAPL and DNAPL have been reported in the range 14 to 35% and 11 to 22% respectively (Catalan et al, 1994; Catalan and Dullien, 1995; Dullien et al, 1972; Galin et al, 1990; Hunt et al, 1988a, b; Kia and Abdul, 1990; Lyman et al, 1992; Mace and Wilson, 1992; Morrow and Songkran, 1981; Morrow et al, 1988; Padgett and Hayden, 1999; Pennell et al, 1996; Schnaar and Brusseau, 2005; Wardlaw and McKellar, 1985; Wilson and Conrad, 1984)...

    Kamaljit Singhet al. NonAqueous Phase Liquid Spills in freezing and Thawing Soils: Critical...

    • ...values typically used to establish a stable, discontinuous distribution (i.e., residual saturation) of nonwetting liquid [e.g., Wardlaw and McKellar, 1985; Schnaar and Brusseau, 2005]...

    Matt Narteret al. Comparison of interfacial partitioning tracer test and high-resolution...

    • ...The capillary number for this displacement was calculated to be 1 � 10 � 6 , which is similar to values typically used to establish a stable, discontinuous distribution (i.e., residual saturation) of nonwetting liquid [e.g., Wardlaw and McKellar, 1985]...

    Mark L. Brusseauet al. Synchrotron X-ray microtomography and interfacial partitioning tracer ...

    • ...The capillary number for this displacement was calculated to be 1 3 1026, which is similar to values typically used in prior studies to establish a stable, discontinuous distribution of nonwetting phase (e.g., Morrow and Chatzis, 1982; Wardlaw and McKellar, 1985; Johns and Gladden, 1998)...
    • ...Organic-liquid blobs varied greatly in both size and shape, ranging from small spheres ($0.03 mm in diameter) to large, amorphous ganglia with mean lengths of 4 to 5 mm. This range of sizes and shapes is consistent with the results of prior studies employing styrene blob casting (e.g., Morrow and Chatzis, 1982; Chatzis et al., 1983; Wardlaw and McKellar, 1985; Conrad et al., 1992; Mayer and Miller, 1992; Powers et al., 1992) and ...

    G. Schnaaret al. Characterizing Pore-Scale Configuration of Organic Immiscible Liquid i...

    • ...Surprisingly, all experimentally observed values for Ca~ are much smaller than 1. This surprise has been formulated by Dullien [1] who discusses Ca~ for the measurements of [8] and [9] on unconsolidated glass beads:...

    R. Hilferet al. Dimensional analysis of pore scale and field scale immiscible displace...

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