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Oil shales
  • 22 September 2022

Oil shales

Solid hydrocarbon oil shales: Oil shales are brown to black and sometimes gray sediments that are seen as thin and dense laminae. They have more than 20% organic matter and after burning, they leave about 30% ash. Organic materials of ...

Reducing bitumen viscosity

Reducing bitumen viscosity

Introduction: reducing the viscosity of bitumen Thermal cracking processes (bitumen viscosity reduction) are significant methods for converting heavy feedstocks. The increase in the amount of energy consumption in the world, the reduction of renewable energy sources and environmental issues have ...

Bitumen viscosity test with Sibolt method

Bitumen viscosity test with Sibolt method

Definition of bitumen viscosity: Bitumen viscosity test and its methods: The internal stability of liquids that prevents their fluidity and flow is called viscosity. This viscosity for liquids is measured in terms of poise. Normally, all bitumens that have the ...

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