effect of cationic surfactant addition on the drag
effect of cationic surfactant addition on the drag
effect of cationic surfactant addition on the drag
effect of cationic surfactant addition on the drag
effect of cationic surfactant addition on the drag
effect of cationic surfactant addition on the drag reduction behaviour of anionic polymer solutions - mohsenipour - 2013 - the canadian journal

Effect of cationic surfactant addition on the drag reduction behaviour of anionic polymer solutions - Mohsenipour - 2013 - The Canadian Journal

Effect of cationic surfactant addition on the drag reduction behaviour of anionic polymer solutions Ali Asghar Mohsenipour Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, N2L 3G1 Search for more papers by this author Rajinder Pal Corresponding Author [email protected]

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(pdf) effect of cationic surfactant addition on the drag reduction behaviour of anionic polymer solutions

(PDF) Effect of cationic surfactant addition on the drag reduction behaviour of anionic polymer solutions

Effect of cationic surfactant addition on the drag reduction behaviour of anionic polymer solutions January 2013 The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering 91(1):181

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effect of cationic surfactant addition on the drag reduction behaviour of anionic polymer solutions - semantic scholar

Effect of cationic surfactant addition on the drag reduction behaviour of anionic polymer solutions - Semantic Scholar

Although extensive research work has been carried out on the drag reduction (DR) behaviour of polymers and surfactants alone, little progress has been made on the synergistic effects of combined polymers and surfactants.

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experimental study on drag reduction performance of mixed polymer and surfactant solutions

Experimental study on drag reduction performance of mixed polymer and surfactant solutions

Cationic surfactant Nonionic polymer Synergistic effect Temperature 1. Introduction It is well known that the addition of small amounts of additives can cause a significant drag reduction effectiveness in turbulent flow ( Toms, 1948 ).

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experimental research on synergistic drag reduction of cationic surfactant and nonionic polymer

Experimental research on synergistic drag reduction of cationic surfactant and nonionic polymer

The experimental results show that cationic surfactants and nonionic polymers has obvious synergistic drag reduction. Compared with 800 ppm OTAC/NaSal solution or 40 ppm PEO solution, the drag reduction increases by 61.49% and 19.78%, respectively.

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enhanced drag reduction performance by interactions of surfactants and polymers

Enhanced drag reduction performance by interactions of surfactants and polymers

Introduction Drag reduction by introducing infinitesimal additives, discovered by Toms in 1940s (Toms, 1949), has attracted extensive attentions due to its significance in fluid transportation and energy saving. (Garg et al., 2017, Jeung and Yong, Luo et al., 2019, Solomon et al., 2014, Xu et al., 2009, Zakin et al., 1996).

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experimental studies on drag reduction by coupled addition of nonionic polymer poly(ethylene oxide) and cationic surfactant cetyltrimethyl

Experimental studies on drag reduction by coupled addition of nonionic polymer poly(ethylene oxide) and cationic surfactant cetyltrimethyl

In order to understand the synergistic effect of the drag reduction by polymers and surfactants, in-depth investigations are performed on the drag reduction behavior by simultaneous addition of nonionic polymer poly (ethylene oxide) (PEO) and cationic surfactant cetyltrimethyl ammonium chloride (CTAC) in a two-dimensional channel flow.

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mechanistic study of drag reduction in turbulent pipeline flow over anionic polymer and surfactant mixtures | colloid and polymer science

Mechanistic study of drag reduction in turbulent pipeline flow over anionic polymer and surfactant mixtures | Colloid and Polymer Science

The mixed aqueous solutions of anionic surfactant sodium dodecyl sulfate with polymer polyacrylamide of various kinds, i.e., cationic, anionic, nonionic, and zwitterion, were firstly tested to study their synergistic effect on drag reduction performance.

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experimental study on drag reduction performance of mixed polymer and surfactant solutions

Experimental study on drag reduction performance of mixed polymer and surfactant solutions

Polymers cause a drag reduction effectiveness by adding few parts per million by weight, but the mechanical degradation of polymer molecules is an important factor that influences its application.

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[pdf] intensification of drag reduction effect by simultaneous addition of surfactant and high molecular polymer into the solvent - semantic scholar

[PDF] Intensification of drag reduction effect by simultaneous addition of surfactant and high molecular polymer into the solvent - Semantic Scholar

Intensification of drag reduction effect by simultaneous addition of surfactant and high molecular polymer into the solvent Z. Matras, Bartosz Kopiczak Published 1 April 2015 Chemistry, Materials Science Chemical Engineering Research & Design View via Publisher repozytorium.biblos.pk.edu.pl Save to Library Create Alert Cite 24 Citations

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