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pseudo-Janus silica/surfactant assembly and their application to stabilize Pickering emulsions and enhanceoil recovery

Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering 2022, Volume 16, Issue 7,   Pages 1101-1113 doi: 10.1007/s11705-021-2095-1

Abstract: Recently, Janus nanoparticles exhibited tremendous potential in enhanced oil recovery (EOR) due to theirbehavior between hydrophilic nanoparticles (SiO2@NH2) and OTAB molecules at the oilexcellent salt and temperature tolerances (10000 mg∙L–1, 90 °C) significantly improved the oilrecovery in the single-tube (more than 17%) and double-tube (more than 25%) sand pack model flooding

Keywords: Janus nanoparticles     surfactant     double phase inversion     self-assembly     enhanced oil recovery    

Utilization of greenhouse gas as resource in EOR and storage it underground

Shen Pingping,Jiang Huaiyou

Strategic Study of CAE 2009, Volume 11, Issue 5,   Pages 54-59

Abstract:

Global warming is the most serious environmental problem that we ever had. One of the reasons for that focus on the mass emission of greenhouse gas has made the cosmopolitan warming problem more and more serious. It is such a great threaten to our environment that the international community must take active and effective measures. In 2006, a 973 project named "Research for Utilizing Greenhouse Gas as Resource in EOR and Storaging It Underground "  was authorized by The Ministry of Science and Technology of the People's Republic of China. The researches include establishing a system suits China`s national conditions and sequestrate CO2 effectively, obtaining society benefit from reducing CO2 emission and obtaining economic benefit from CO2 utilization, developing CO2 storage theories, phase state of multiphase and multicomponent mixtures, nonlinear percolation mechanisms of multiphase and multicomponent mixtures and CO2 capture & transport.. In China the CO2 sequestration security and the efficient use of research is at the international level. From those basic researches above, it is expected to get state owned CO2 storage and utilization technology, which will be served as useful theory and practice basis for efficiently global resource & environment development and sustainable development.

Keywords: greenhouse gas utilization     CO2 storage underground     enhance oil recovery    

Feasibility study on hot dry rock assisted oil recovery technique

Wang Xuezhong

Strategic Study of CAE 2011, Volume 13, Issue 3,   Pages 104-106

Abstract: Also we need to reduce formation damage, so we launched hot dry rock(HDR) assisted oil recovery feasibilityHDR assisted oil recovery extracted heat reservoir of underground thermal energy by hot dry rock to reduceThe technical support facilities regardless of drilling deep or heavy oil thermal recovery technologiesStudies have shown that hot dry rock assisted oil recovery technology had strong pertinence and effectivelyIt is advised that hot dry rock assisted oil recovery pilot test should be carried out firstly in the

Keywords: hot fry rock assist oil recovery     damage by cold water     thermal heavy oil     hot water injection     aquathermolysis    

A review on the application of nanofluids in enhanced oil recovery

Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering 2022, Volume 16, Issue 8,   Pages 1165-1197 doi: 10.1007/s11705-021-2120-4

Abstract: Enhanced oil recovery (EOR) has been widely used to recover residual oil after the primary or secondaryoil recovery processes.Compared to conventional methods, chemical EOR has demonstrated high oil recovery and low operationalNanofluids have received extensive attention owing to their advantages of low cost, high oil recovery, resulting in a decrease in the viscosity of oil, which helps in oil recovery.

Keywords: nanofluid     EOR mechanism     nanoparticle adsorption     interface property     internal property    

Carbon Sequestration through CO2 Foam-Enhanced Oil Recovery: A Green Chemistry Perspective Perspective

Jennifer A. Clark, Erik E. Santiso

Engineering 2018, Volume 4, Issue 3,   Pages 336-342 doi: 10.1016/j.eng.2018.05.006

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Enhanced oil recovery (EOR) via carbon dioxide (CO2) flooding has received a considerable

Keywords: Surfactants     Nanoparticles     Carbon sequestration     Enhanced oil recovery    

Predicting the yield of pomegranate oil from supercritical extraction using artificial neural networks

J. Sargolzaei, A. Hedayati Moghaddam

Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering 2013, Volume 7, Issue 3,   Pages 357-365 doi: 10.1007/s11705-013-1336-3

Abstract: to develop an effective intelligent system to predict the effects of temperature and pressure on an oilPomegranate oil was extracted using a supercritical CO (SC-CO ) process.

Keywords: oil recovery     artificial intelligence     extraction     neural networks     supercritical extraction    

How do project-oriented organizations enhance innovation? An institutional theory perspective

Frontiers of Engineering Management   Pages 427-438 doi: 10.1007/s42524-023-0258-0

Abstract: A project-oriented organization is a hybrid form of organization where a functional hierarchy is augmented with structures to manage projects strategically across the organization. Six project-oriented organizations from diverse industries that emphasize innovation in their strategies were selected for this study. We use the three pillars of institutional theory — regulative, normative and cultural-cognitive — and institutional entrepreneurship to analyze interview data from executive and project, program and portfolio management personnel in the project-oriented organizations to investigate how innovation is facilitated through external influences and internal responses. Our findings indicate that processes and new structures provide effective ways for innovation and, while individuals are important, processes are more effective than individuals at enabling innovation. We put forward some lessons for practice that emerge directly from the findings, including suggestions on improving allocation of resources, a need to focus on processes, reconceptualization of “failure”, and dedicated investment in market knowledge, customer knowledge, performance metrics and flexible governance structures.

Keywords: project-oriented organizations     innovation     institutional entrepreneurship     institutional theory    

Solvent-free mechanochemical mild oxidation method to enhance adsorption properties of chitosan

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2021, Volume 15, Issue 6, doi: 10.1007/s11783-021-1416-4

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• Solvent-free chitosan oxidation is obtained by rapid mechanochemical reaction.

Keywords: Chitosan     High energy ball milling     Mechanochemistry     Oxidation    

Surface modification by ligand growth strategy for dense copper bismuth film as photocathode to enhance

Frontiers in Energy doi: 10.1007/s11708-023-0893-5

Abstract: Hydrogen production from photoelectrochemical (PEC) water splitting has been regarded as a promising way to utilize renewable and endless solar energy. However, semiconductor film grown on photoelectrode suffers from numerous challenges, leading to the poor PEC performance. Herein, a straightforward sol-gel method with the ligand-induced growth strategy was employed to obtain dense and homogeneous copper bismuthate photocathodes for PEC hydrogen evolution reaction. By various characterizations, it was found that the nucleation and surface growth of CuBi2O4 layer induced by 2-methoxyethanol ligand (2-CuBi2O4) demonstrated a decent crystallinity and coverage, as well as a large grain size and a low oxygen vacancy concentration, leading to the good ability of light absorption and carrier migration. Consequently, under simulated sunlight irradiation (AM1.5G, 100 mW/cm2), the 2-CuBi2O4 photocathode achieved an enhanced photocurrent density of −1.34 mA·cm−2 at 0.4 V versus the reversible hydrogen electrode and a promising applied bias photon-to-current efficiency of 0.586%. This surface modification by ligand growth strategy will shed light on the future design of advanced photoelectrodes for PEC water splitting.

Keywords: copper bismuthate     photocathode     ligand growth strategy     dense film     PEC    

Design and application of a novel coal-fired drum boiler using saline water in heavy oil recovery

Junping GU, Yuxin WU, Liping WU, Man ZHANG, Hairui YANG, Junfu LYU

Frontiers in Energy 2020, Volume 14, Issue 4,   Pages 715-725 doi: 10.1007/s11708-020-0690-3

Abstract: generated for the better performance of the steam assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) technology in heavy oilrecovery.With the present technology, the treated recovery wastewater can be reused in steam-injection boilersBesides, the heavy oil recovery efficiency is significantly improved.

Keywords: drum steam injection boiler     natural circulation     recovery wastewater     staged evaporation     circulating fluidized    

Passive convergence-permeable reactive barrier (PC-PRB): An effective configuration to enhance hydraulic

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2022, Volume 16, Issue 12, doi: 10.1007/s11783-022-1591-y

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● A novel PRB configuration based on passive convergent flow effect was proposed.

Keywords: Passive convergence-permeable reactive barrier (PC-PRB)     Permeable reactive barrier configuration     Numerical simulation     Hydraulic performance evaluation     Sensitivity analysis    

Enhance the Protection System of Primary Cultivated Land to Promote Sustainable Prosperity of the Chinese

Li Boheng

Strategic Study of CAE 2004, Volume 6, Issue 3,   Pages 1-5

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There is limited agricultural land but large population in China. Along with the rapid economic development, large area of agricultural land is converted to be nonagricultural use by numerous projects every year. There is obvious conflict between population growth and agricultural land reduction. In order to support sustainable economic development, the Chinese Government has decided to implement the protection system of primary agricultural land. Class 1 and Class 2 of high quality agricultural land is defined based on the detailed rural land survey. These higher quality agricultural lands are listed as primary agricultural land and protected with strict regulations. The primary agricultural land protection system is one of the basic conditions to support sustainable development and prosperity of China.

Keywords: enhance     agricultural land     protection    

Facile synthesis of polyaniline nanorods to simultaneously enhance the mechanical properties and wear

Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering 2023, Volume 17, Issue 9,   Pages 1254-1266 doi: 10.1007/s11705-023-2297-3

Abstract: To enhance the mechanical properties and wear resistance of epoxy resin, polyaniline nanorods were first

Keywords: epoxy resin     polyaniline nanorods     mechanical property     tribological performance     wear mechanism    

Offshore polymer flooding supporting technology

Liu Zongzhao,Liu Fuhai,Yi Fei,Huang Bo,Sun Yanping,Wang Chengsheng、Liu Ming

Strategic Study of CAE 2011, Volume 13, Issue 5,   Pages 50-52

Abstract: These technologies were applied in Bohai Oilfield and showed obvious effects in increasing oil precipitation

Keywords: offshore oil     polymer flooding     the supporting technology     increasing oil recovery    

Nitrogen-doped graphene approach to enhance the performance of a membraneless enzymatic biofuel cell

Alireza AHMADIAN YAZDI, Jie XU

Frontiers in Energy 2018, Volume 12, Issue 2,   Pages 233-238 doi: 10.1007/s11708-018-0529-3

Abstract: Heteroatom-doping of pristine graphene is an effective route for tailoring new characteristics in terms of catalytic performance which opens up potentials for new applications in energy conversion and storage devices. Nitrogen-doped graphene (N-graphene), for instance, has shown excellent performance in many electrochemical systems involving oxygen reduction reaction (ORR), and more recently glucose oxidation. Owing to the excellent sensitivity of N-graphene, the development of highly sensitive and fast-response enzymatic biosensors is made possible. However, a question that needs to be addressed is whether or not improving the anodic response to glucose detection leads to a higher overall performance of enzymatic biofuel cell (eBFC). Thus, here we first synthesized N-graphene via a catalyst-free single-step thermal process, and made use of it as the biocatalyst support in a membraneless eBFC to identify its role in altering the performance characteristics. Our findings demonstrate that the electron accepting nitrogen sites in the graphene structure enhances the electron transfer efficiency between the mediator (redox polymer), redox active site of the enzymes, and electrode surface. Moreover, the best performance in terms of power output and current density of eBFCs was observed when the bioanode was modified with highly doped N-graphene.

Keywords: enzymatic fuel cell     nitrogen-doped graphene     reduced graphene oxide     catalyst-free synthesis    

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pseudo-Janus silica/surfactant assembly and their application to stabilize Pickering emulsions and enhanceoil recovery

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Utilization of greenhouse gas as resource in EOR and storage it underground

Shen Pingping,Jiang Huaiyou

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Feasibility study on hot dry rock assisted oil recovery technique

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A review on the application of nanofluids in enhanced oil recovery

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Carbon Sequestration through CO2 Foam-Enhanced Oil Recovery: A Green Chemistry Perspective

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Predicting the yield of pomegranate oil from supercritical extraction using artificial neural networks

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Solvent-free mechanochemical mild oxidation method to enhance adsorption properties of chitosan

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