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    oxidation of hydrocarbon, including the JP-8 surrogates. While different facilities have their own advantages on different research with wide ranges of temperature, pressure and residence time, every single research on various facilities is necessary to depict the whole hydrocarbon oxidation mechanism of JP-8 surrogates. In this chapter, a brief review of each of these facilities is described below 2.2.1 Pressure Flow Reactor In the pressure flow reactor (PFR) method, premixed hydrocarbon/oxidizer gases

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    An Analysis into how Degrees of Unsaturation of Hydrocarbons impact the enthalpy produced in a Combustion Reaction Aim To investigate the relationship between the degrees of unsaturation (DoU) and the amount of enthalpy, in a combustion reaction and to subsequently, determine whether a hydrocarbons hydrogen deficiency increases or decreases the enthalpy of a reaction. Hypothesis It is hypothesised that a hydrocarbon with a lower DoU value will produce more heat energy and, therefore, will have

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    Source Rock The major source units modelled for both transects include the blue whale supersequence, the upper white point supersequence and the tiger supersequences, these three units are considered to have the highest potential of having sourced hydrocarbons that we preserved in traps. 6.2 Reservoir Fluviodeltaic sandstones of the Potoroo Formation have excellent reservoir potential (net to gross ratio of more than 70% and porosities over 35% in Potoroo 1, and well over 20% in Gnarlyknots 1A even

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    AFTER-TREATMENT OF PAH IN AUTOMOTIVE 1. Summary 2. Motivation 2.1. Environmental issues 2.2. Health issues 2.3. Laws and regulations 3. Objectives 3.1. Control techniques 3.2. Economics   4. Introduction Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) consist of two or more benzene-ringed compounds made of only carbon and hydrogen. Compounds which are made of two rings are known as di- aromatics whereas those made of three benzene rings are known as tri- aromatics and so forth. As the number of rings

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    breaking down specific hydrocarbons and how environmental factors control this process. I first wanted to touch of the background of hydrocarbon degraders in general. They were only discovered about a century ago and not a lot of bacteria are classified as capable of breaking down hydrocarbons, only about 80 or so. Hydrocarbon degradation in the environment is typically limited by the bioavailability of nutrients, such as iron or phosphorous. The bioavailability of the hydrocarbons themselves is also

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    What are the effects of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons on the organ systems of aquatic invertebrates? A study in Biology Dusty Vincer, Advisor by Shruti Gajbhiye During the recent Deepwater Horizon oil spill, millions of gallons of oil were dispersed in the Gulf of Mexico in the same area known as the Gulf of Mexico Hypoxic Zone. The hypoxic zone along the Gulf Coast contains less than the normal amount of dissolved oxygen, at two parts per million. The little to no oxygen is theorized

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    Effective and economical production of hydrocarbons has gained great attention worldwide due to the increasing demand for oil and the challenges oil companies face to deliver more oil from their oilfields. Water flood is generally used as an economic and effective method in secondary mode recovery after primary (natural) driving mechanisms have been depleted. Generally, water flooding still leaves behind 60-70% of the oil initially in place (OIIP) inside the reservoir and Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR)

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    this was one of the worst ecological disasters in US History next to the Exxon Valdez. As a result of this incident, a plume appeared in the surrounding area. “This plume was initially identified by elevated levels of methane and light aromatic hydrocarbons (benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and total xylenes, referred to collectively as BTEX).” (Reddy et al., 2011) Examination of this article will show what chemicals have been introduced into the gulf waters and the potential impact if left untreated

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    Background Information Alcohols are a class of organic compounds characterised by one or more hydroxyl (-OH) groups attached to a carbon atom of a hydrocarbon chain. They can be considered as organic derivatives of water and in which a hydrogen atom has been replaced by an alkyl group. Alcohols are a common form of organic compound and most are colourless liquids or solids at room temperature (Encyclopaedia Britannica, 2015). Combustion is the process of burning fuels or in this case alcohol.

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    pursuing a PhD degree in hydraulic fracturing in the department of Mineral and Resource Engineering, DDD University. I am excited about the opportunities that abound for a research work in unconventional hydrocarbon reservoirs and the impact of such work in enhancing optimal development and hydrocarbon recovery. I discussed my interests with Dr. John Doe, who has also obliged to serve as my supervisor should I be admitted into the doctorate program. The role of shale oil, shale gas, tight oil and tight

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