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Oxidation Characteristics of Light Hydrocarbons for Underbalanced Drilling Applications

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Helen A. Ferguson, S.A. (Raj) Mehta, R. Gordon Moore, Nancy E. Okazawa, Matthew G. Ursenbach

University of Calgary, Dept. of Chemical & Petroleum Engineering, 2500 University Dr. N.W., Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2N 1N4

J. Energy Resour. Technol 125(3), 177-182 (Aug 29, 2003) (6 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1586935 History: Received February 01, 2002; Revised November 01, 2002; Online August 29, 2003
Copyright © 2003 by ASME
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Heat flow and mass loss curves of oil E and core E in a nitrogen atmosphere (89 kPa). The curves of core E in an air atmosphere (89 kPa) are also included for comparison. Results referred to as ‘no core’ indicate oil only samples while those referred to as ‘with core’ indicate oil and core mixtures.
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Heat flow and mass loss curves for the oxidation of oil D (i.e. in an air atmosphere). Results show the effect of core material on the profiles as well as the difference between two different test pressures (89 kPa and 9,811 kPa).
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Heat flow and mass loss curves for the oxidation of oil E (i.e. in an air atmosphere). Results show the effect of core material on the profiles as well as the difference between two different test pressures (89 kPa and 9,811 kPa).
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Heat flow and mass loss curves for the oxidation of sample OBDF (a typical oil-based drilling fluid). Results show the effect of core material on the profiles as well as the difference between two different test pressures (89 kPa and 9,811 kPa).
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Heat flow and mass loss curves for the oxidation of oils D and E and sample OBDF (a typical oil-based drilling fluid) in the absence of core material at 89 kPa
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Heat flow curves for the oxidation of oils D and E and sample OBDF (a typical oil-based drilling fluid) in the presence of core material at 89 kPa and 9,811 kPa

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