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The investigation of crude oil derivatives elution from porous structure

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Crude oil and its derivatives migration in porous structure are important aspects of chemical engineering, since they are vital for processes such as oil extraction and soil remediation. Understanding the multiphase flow in porous rocks is necessary for Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) and can lead to this process intensification. In methods of oil extraction such as water flooding or polymer flooding liquids are pumped with high pressure to increase the sweeping efficiency of medium. Thus, the knowledge in this field is important for all people engaged in this process. Oil and its derivatives transport in porous structure occurs also during ground leaching techniques used in soil remediation after emergency release of these liquids. Therefore the research in field of transport in porous media are necessary to conduct this process efficiently. The aim of the experiment was to check the sweeping ratio of paraffin from porous structure for different volumetric flow of leaching liquid. We also measured pressure at the inlet to bed, which allowed us to follow the stages during elution process. To analyze concentration in obtained samples we used TurbiscanLab® device.
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  • Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Process Engineering and Environmental Protection, Lodz University of Technology, 213 Wolczanska Str., 90-924 Lodz, Poland, piotr.pacholski@edu.p.lodz.pl
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  • Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Process Engineering and Environmental Protection, Lodz University of Technology, 213 Wolczanska Str., 90-924 Lodz, Poland
  • Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Process Engineering and Environmental Protection, Lodz University of Technology, 213 Wolczanska Str., 90-924 Lodz, Poland
  • Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Process Engineering and Environmental Protection, Lodz University of Technology, 213 Wolczanska Str., 90-924 Lodz, Poland
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