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Structural engineering report SER 216 | SER-ID SER216
Doak, D. F., Horvitz, C. C., Menges, E. S., Lee, C. T., Knight, T. M., Coulson, T., Haridas, C. V., Morris, W. F., Tuljapurkar, S., Forsyth, S., Gaillard, J. M., Church, D. R., Kalisz, S., Bruna, E. M., Boggs, C. L., Kendall, B. E., Pfister, C. A., Boyce, M. S.
Both means and year-to-year variances of climate variables such as temperature and precipitation are predicted to change. However, the potential impact of changing climatic variability on the fate of populations has been largely unexamined. We analyzed multiyear demographic data for 36 plant and...
Experimental investigation of the effect of elasticity on the sweep efficiency in viscoelastic polymer flooding operationsDownload
This study aims to investigate the effect of elastic properties of viscoelastic polymer solutions on the microscopic sweep efficiency in enhanced oil recovery (EOR) operations. The effect of elasticity was studied as isolated from the shear viscosity effect using polymer blends with identical...
Study of Effects of Polymer Elasticity on Enhanced Oil Recovery by Core Flooding and Visualization ExperimentsDownload
Polymer flooding is the simplest and one of the most widely used chemical Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) techniques. Viscoelasticity of polymers is known to contribute significantly towards improved displacement efficiency in polymer flood operations. But the contribution of elasticity of...
Knowledge of settling behavior of particles in various types of fluids is indispensable to design and optimize numerous industrial operations such as cuttings transport in oil and gas well drilling, proppant transport in hydraulic fracturing operations, and so on. Most of the models developed so...
The earth’s crust and mantle is known to be anisotropic to the propagation of seismic waves. Despite this knowledge, the analysis and processing of seismic data still primarily assumes isotropy, an assumption that, in the context of active source seismic imaging, is an oversimplification that can...