TITLE

HIGH-PERFORMANCE TANKS FOR SEPARATION OF THE EMULSION AND SUSPENSION ON THE BASIS OF THIN-LAYER CURRENT ORGANIZATION

AUTHOR(S)
Bakiyev, A. V.; Khaziev, N. N.; Timofeev, V. N.; Zaripov, M. Z.
PUB. DATE
November 2012
SOURCE
Oil & Gas Business;2012, Issue 6, following p399
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The investigation and analysis of the settling process of emulsions, suspensions. The principles of the settlers and their definition of the main technological parameters. The main results on the development of high-performance clarifier, where the process of settling occurs when movement advocated medium thin layer inside the sump. This delivers increased bandwidth sump when the required quality of settling.
ACCESSION #
90485513

 

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