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“…The most widely used types among them are linear polymers and comb-shaped polymers. The former include crystallizable domains in the polymeric backbone, such as ethylene–vinyl acetate co-polymers (EVA) and ethylene–butene co-polymers (PE-PEB), , while the latter generally have long alkyl chains (crystallizable appendages) appended to the backbone of polymers, such as alkyl acrylate homo-polymers, alkyl esters of styrene–maleic anhydride co-polymers, alkyl fumarate–vinyl acetate co-polymers, unsaturated carboxylic ether–maleic anhydride derivatives, , maleic acid alkylamide−α-olefin–styrene terpolymers, maleic anhydride–alkyl acrylate terpolymers, etc. Such polymers share in common the interactions with the wax crystallization and aggregation processes to moderate the flow properties of waxy crude oils.…”
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“…The most widely used types among them are linear polymers and comb-shaped polymers. The former include crystallizable domains in the polymeric backbone, such as ethylene–vinyl acetate co-polymers (EVA) and ethylene–butene co-polymers (PE-PEB), , while the latter generally have long alkyl chains (crystallizable appendages) appended to the backbone of polymers, such as alkyl acrylate homo-polymers, alkyl esters of styrene–maleic anhydride co-polymers, alkyl fumarate–vinyl acetate co-polymers, unsaturated carboxylic ether–maleic anhydride derivatives, , maleic acid alkylamide−α-olefin–styrene terpolymers, maleic anhydride–alkyl acrylate terpolymers, etc. Such polymers share in common the interactions with the wax crystallization and aggregation processes to moderate the flow properties of waxy crude oils.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…Moreover, wax can crystallize through pipelines or storage, resulting an increase in oil viscosity by several orders of magnitude and causing flow assurance risk in crude oil production. At present, mechanical, thermal, and chemical treatments, especially pour point depressant (PPD) treatment, are widely used in the transportation of waxy crude oils. The pour point depressants (alternatively known as flow improvers or crystal modifiers) are polymeric compounds constituted by a hydrocarbon chain which provides the interaction between the additive and paraffin …”
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