• 821 Citations
  • 16 h-Index
20022018
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Engineering & Materials Science

Surface active agents
Recovery
Carbonates
Crude oil
Polymers
Viscosity
Polyacrylates
Water
Molecular weight
Wetting
Polymer solutions
Carbonization
Surface tension
Adsorption
Ethers
Drainage
Gravitation
Oils
Cationic surfactants
Gas oils
Petroleum reservoirs
Calcite
Shear deformation
Oil fields
Rheology
Activated carbon
Degradation
Mechanical stability
Gas permeability
Nonionic surfactants
Well flooding
Bituminous coal
Gases
Temperature
Potassium
Remediation
Groundwater
Emulsions
Ions
Thermal oil recovery
Vapors
Pumps
Liquids
Sodium
Gas emissions
Greenhouse gases
Soils
Air
Hardness
Fluids

Chemical Compounds

Oils
Surface-Active Agents
Polymers
Carbonates
Water
Recovery
Petroleum
Viscosity
Adsorption
Ether
Surface tension
Petroleum reservoirs
Molecular weight
Carbonization
Calcium Carbonate
Wetting
Oil fields
Polymer solutions
Reservoir management
Nonionic surfactants
Coal
Mechanical stability
Cationic surfactants
Crude oil
Emulsions
Water treatment
Temperature
Gases
Activated carbon
Ions
Thermal oil recovery
Well flooding
Hardness
Horizontal wells
Micelles
Aquifers
Flotation
Glass
Shear deformation
Potassium
Sulfonic Acids
Acrylamide
Hydration
Quartz crystal microbalances
Drainage
Ethylene Oxide
Sulfates
Single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCN)
Gravitation
Fluid dynamics

Earth & Environmental Sciences

polymer
surfactant
oil
carbonate
brine
heavy oil
rheology
air sparging
wettability
enhanced oil recovery
viscosity
salinity
water
gas
oil field
imbibition
feasibility study
flooding
permeability
well
degradation
water treatment
pump and treat
drainage
condensate
gravity
liquid
gas field
adsorption
oil production
recovery method
asphaltene
unconfined aquifer
simulation
diesel
wetting
fluid dynamics
groundwater
well water
fluid
experiment
sandstone
gel