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Gandomkar A, Nayeri F, Javanmard N, Adloo H, Sharif M. The experimental study of the effect of polyacrylamide nanocomposite on reservoir rock and fluid properties in presence of formation water. IQBQ 2019; 3 (2) :29-41
URL: http://arcpe.modares.ac.ir/article-38-30386-en.html
1- IAU, Shiraz university , agandomkar@shirazu.ac.ir
2- IAU, Shiraz University
3- IAU, Shiraz, research assistant
4- IAU, Shiraz university
5- IAU Shiraz, Chemical and material school, polymer engineering department
Abstract:   (28581 Views)
is one of the most common improved oil recovery method in the world. High residual oil saturation at the end of this method is due to low macroscopic sweep efficiency and viscous fingering. It can be improved by the mobility control during polymer solution injection. In this study, by of silica/ the effect of it on IFT, viscosity, and was investigated. In addition, the performance of in high salinity water was studied by using nano particles. The zeta potential results show that the stability of polymer solution was enhanced in of nano particles in high salinity water condition. Also, the lowest IFT was obtained for contained 1 percent nano silica (18.34 ), and the most tendency to water wet conditions was provided for this concentration. In addition to, 1 percent nano silica/ has the best performance on formation water viscosity and improved the mobility ratio to 1.07, which it can increase the oil recovery.
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Article Type: Original Research | Subject: enhanced oil recovery
Received: 2019/02/12 | Accepted: 2019/09/21 | Published: 2019/09/21

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