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“…NaOH is conventionally used as alkali as it is relatively cheaper and reduces the surface tension or IFT between oil and water significantly. Our earlier work (Khan et al 2009) reported that surface tension of NaOH in its aqueous solution decreases as its concentration increased up to 1 % and then remains almost constant. Thus, in the present study, concentrations of NaOH were varied from 0.5 to 1.0 % for flooding experiments.…”
Section: Effect Of Alkali and Surfactant On The Viscosity Of Polymer mentioning
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“…NaOH is conventionally used as alkali as it is relatively cheaper and reduces the surface tension or IFT between oil and water significantly. Our earlier work (Khan et al 2009) reported that surface tension of NaOH in its aqueous solution decreases as its concentration increased up to 1 % and then remains almost constant. Thus, in the present study, concentrations of NaOH were varied from 0.5 to 1.0 % for flooding experiments.…”
Section: Effect Of Alkali and Surfactant On The Viscosity Of Polymer mentioning
“…Alkali could also reduce the adsorption of expensive surfactants. Typical alkali and surfactant selection as well as ASP slug design can be referred [3,4]. Since the system was first put forward in 1977, extensive researches have been carried out, among which the work done by scholars in China deserves to be noticed.…”
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“…At present, the compound flooding becomes a new enhanced oil recovery technology after polymer flooding with its unique advantages which has a broad application prospect in oil fields (Carrero et al, 2007;Khan et al, 2009;Samanta et al, 2012;Olajire, 2014). Binary combination flooding system based on polymer and surfactant, ternary compound flooding system based on surfactant, polymer, alkaline, and heterogeneous compound flooding system based on preformed particle gel (PPG), polymer, are three main important technical means for recovering the remaining oil after polymer flooding.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning