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- 9Mass transfer
- 1Bitumen recovery
- 1Chemical processes--Mathematical models
- 1Ali, Mohamed Ali Hassan
- 1Di Pietro, Thomas
- 1Feick, John E.
- 1Law, Hin-Sum.
- 1Marcotte, Michelle.
- 1Pavlovskii, Konstantin
Agglomerate formation is a common phenomenon that can cause operating problems in the fluid coking reactor. When agglomerates form they provide longer diffusion paths of the reaction products through the liquid layers and liquid bridges within the agglomerate, which leads to higher mass transfer...
Experimental study for determining the mass transfer coefficient under two-phase flow boiling conditionDownload
The mass transfer is an important phenomenon associated with a wide range of problems in the nuclear industry, such as materials degradation of components and fouling of heat exchangers and steam generators. However, mass transfer under a two-phase flow boiling condition has not been successfully...
Mass transfer at an organic solid – organic liquid interface within reservoir rock under creeping flow conditionsDownload
There is a growing recognition that knowledge gaps related to the molecular and phase state complexity of hydrocarbon resources, and their interactions within production and processing environments have begun impeding development of new or improved processes that protect the natural environment...
The demand for accurate bitumen-pentane mass transfer data was the main motivation behind this research. Difficulties such as complex phase behavior, high viscosity and opacity of the hydrocarbon invariably lead to failure of conventional techniques to measure mass transfer coefficients...
In this thesis we study MT from giant and subgiant donors in binary stars. We develop a MT simulation framework based on the MESA set of stellar libraries, which is suitable to study extremely high MT rates and predict the stability of MT. We find that the MT from giant donors is much more stable...