Fig xA Comparison between experimental data and estimation of

Fig. 6. Comparison between experimental data and estimation of crude oil A emulsions: (a) 29 °C, 8 s−1; (b) 29 °C, 16 s−1; (c) 30 °C, 1 s−1; and (d) 31 °C, 4 s−1.Figure optionsDownload full-size imageDownload as PowerPoint slide
The accuracy of estimation ETP-46464 encouraging from the 'ETP-46464' viewpoint of engineering application. For the emulsions of all crudes and at all temperatures and shear rates, the maximum average AAD based on a shear rate is 9.4% in part 2, and the maximum average AAD based on a shear rate is 17.9% in part 1, i.e. the first 20 s.
5. Conclusions
AcknowledgmentsSupports from the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant nos. 51134006, 51404072) and the Science Foundation of China University of Petroleum – Beijing (Grant no. LLYJ-2011-55) are hypotonic gratefully acknowledged.
Appendix ASee Table A1 and Fig. A1.Table A1.
Equilibrium time at different shear rates for oil B and oil C emulsions.SampleTemperatureShear rateEquilibrium time(oC)(s−1)(s)Oil B with 60% water cut332504446684141233016179Oil C with 20% water cut301472235843178139Full-size tableTable optionsView in workspaceDownload as CSVFig. A1. Comparison between experimental data and estimation of crude oil B emulsions: (a) 33 °C, 12 s−1; (b) 34 °C, 8 s−1; (c) 35 °C, 2 s−1; and (d) 36 °C, 4 s−1.Figure optionsDownload full-size imageDownload as PowerPoint slideAppendix BSee Table B1 and Fig. B1.Table B1.