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Crude Oil Fouling by Geoffrey Hewitt, Francesco Coletti

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Chapter Four

Deposit Characterization and Measurements

J. Chew1, H.M. Joshi2, S.G. Kazarian3, M. Millan-Agorio4, F.H. Tay5,  and S. Venditti6     1Lecturer in Chemical Engineering, University of Bath, UK     2Principal Heat Transfer Engineer, Shell, USA     3Professor of Physical Chemistry, Imperial College London, UK     4Reader in Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London, UK     5Head of R&D, EliteTNS, Singapore     6R&D Engineer, Resource Centre for Environmental Technologies, Luxembourg

Abstract

The analysis of the structure and chemistry of deposits formed by the crude oil fouling process is paramount in gaining an understanding of the underlying causes and mechanisms. Chapter 4 begins with a review of industrial practice and findings in ...

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