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Effect of HPAM on Calcium Carbonate Crystallization
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 Title & Authors
Effect of HPAM on Calcium Carbonate Crystallization
Jing, Guolin; Tang, Shan; Li, Xiaoxiao;
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 Abstract
With the wide application of ASP (alkaline-surfactant-polymer) flooding, the scaling becomes more and more serious, which is harmful to the oilfield and environment. In order to investigate the effects of HPAM on calcium carbonate crystallization, the crystallization behaviors of in HPAM (Hydrolyzed polyacrylamide) solutions were studied and the composition and morphology of crystal were investigated in different concentrations of polyacrylamide solutions. The crystal forms and morphologies of were characterized by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction and scanning electron microscopy. The results show that the crystallization of is strongly influenced by the HPAM. The paper analyzed the internal cause, and the results show: The reasons leading to the change of morphology are carboxyl groups in polyacrylamide molecule and in solution form chelates by coordination bond. And the chelates are adsorbed on the calcium hydroxide surfaces of solid-liquid interfaces so as to change the formation rate of calcium carbonate crystal nucleus. The research provides a reliable basis for the mechanism research of the scaling problem in the oil extraction process of ASP flooding and the adoption of scale inhibition and scale inhibitor.
 Keywords
HPAM;Calcium carbonate crystallization;Vaterite;Internal cause;
 Language
English
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