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“…HOU et al [34] studied the thermal and shear history effects on viscoelastic parameters, such as storage modulus, loss modulus, loss angle and gelation temperature of Daqing crude oil by means of oscillating tests. More recently, PENG [35] studied the effect of shear on and recovery of the structure of gelled waxy crude oil by measuring moduli of oil specimen sheared at shear rates in the order of 10 −1 to 10 3 s −1 .…”
Section: Viscoelasticity Yielding and Thixotropymentioning
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“…HOU et al [34] studied the thermal and shear history effects on viscoelastic parameters, such as storage modulus, loss modulus, loss angle and gelation temperature of Daqing crude oil by means of oscillating tests. More recently, PENG [35] studied the effect of shear on and recovery of the structure of gelled waxy crude oil by measuring moduli of oil specimen sheared at shear rates in the order of 10 −1 to 10 3 s −1 .…”
Section: Viscoelasticity Yielding and Thixotropymentioning
“…Globally, some 650 billion barrels of oil have been produced. According to a recent source (Hou et al, 2007), there remains another trillion barrels of proved reserves to be produced.…”
Section: Crude Oilmentioning
“…The cooling rate also affected the viscoelasticity of crude oils (Huo et al, 2007), with a lower cooling rate likely resulting in a higher storage modulus (G') at a particular test temperature, which led to a higher gelation temperature. Hou et al (2007) proposed that there exists a critical temperature at which the storage modulus, loss modulus, and gelation temperature reach their maximum values and the gelation take places very easily. This is an interesting concept that certainly warrants further attention.…”
Section: Thermal Historymentioning
“…The yield stress measurements and microscopic observations show that the waxy structure is strongly dependent on temperature and cooling rate. Hou and Zhang conducted a series of oscillating shear experiments to test the viscoelastic parameters of Daqing crude oil. The influences of testing temperature, initial cooling temperature, and cooling rate on the rheological behavior of waxy crude oil were discussed in detail.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…Although the focuses of the abovementioned documents are different, they definitely suggest that the initial cooling temperature is highly relevant to the flow and structural behaviors of waxy crude oils. Most research studies focused on viscosity, yield stress, WPT (WAT), and condensation point (or pour point), which are the common characteristic parameters representing the low-temperature flowability of waxy crude oil. , ,− With the development of the understanding of low-temperature gel system characteristics of waxy crude oil, some scholars conducted investigations on the viscoelastic behaviors of waxy crude oil. ,,, Despite this, the detailed probes on the effect of initial cooling temperature on the comprehensive structural behaviors of gelled waxy crude oil are still scarce. In recent years, with improving measurement technology and increasing interest in the structural characters of gelled waxy crude oil, new measurement methods and technologies were used to achieve the new outcomes related to the structural characters of gelled waxy crude oil.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning