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“…Furthermore, bubble deformation is also an important part in rheology study. From Einstein to now, the viscosity of two‐phase fluid has been deeply studied in both theoretical and experimental approaches . However, the prediction of gas content in the past literature lies more on either the empirical data or the numerical simulation of flow field, with a lack of simplified and effective method.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
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“…Furthermore, bubble deformation is also an important part in rheology study. From Einstein to now, the viscosity of two‐phase fluid has been deeply studied in both theoretical and experimental approaches . However, the prediction of gas content in the past literature lies more on either the empirical data or the numerical simulation of flow field, with a lack of simplified and effective method.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…First, the viscosity declines drastically due to the pressure drop. This is resulting from the high pressure-dependence of heavy oil viscosity (Abivin et al, 2008). Then, the viscosity rises quickly, then slowly to finally tend to the thermodynamics equilibrium.…”
Section: Depletion Under An Oscillatory Shearmentioning
“…2a). The degassing kinetics of different heavy oils has been studied in a previous paper (Abivin et al, 2008), in which a kinetics model of degassing live heavy oil viscosity is developed. To match this model with the experiments, Eintein's hard-sphere model (Einstein, 1906(Einstein, , 1911 was used to describe successfully the impact of bubbles on the viscosity of the foamy oils.…”
Section: Depletion Under An Oscillatory Shearmentioning