Extended Search

- in all fields
- in the title
- in key words
- in the abstract
- in the bibliography
Issue
Name
Authors
Category
2009/3
Obtaining and studying properties of biodegradable emulifiers of inverted emulsions for oil industry
Oil and gas processing, chemistry of oil and gas

Authors: Rashid S. MAGADOV (b. 1952) graduated Moscow Petrochemical and Gas Industry Institute in 1969, Candidate of Engineering Science, Gubkin RSU of Oil and Gas Field Chemistry Institute laboratory chief, author of more than 100 works on organic and petrochemistry.
Michael A. SILIN (b. 1957) graduated Moscow Petrochemical and Gas Industry Institute (now Gubkin RSU of Oil and Gas) in 1978, Doctor of Chemical Science, author of more than 170 works on organic and petrochemistry.
Lidia Z. KLIMOVA (b. 1941) graduated chemistry department of Moscow State Lomonosov University in 1963, Candidate of Engineering Science, Gubkin RSU of Oil and Gas senior researcher, author of more than 100 works on analytical and organic chemistry.
Julia I. MIKIRTUMOVA (b. 1983) graduated Gubkin RSU of Oil and Gas in 2005, Gubkin RSU of Oil and Gas research engineer. E-mail: biblioteka@nedrainform.ru

Abstract: The article describes the method of vegetable oil based thermostable invert emulsions production, that draw professional attention by ecological and reproducible raw material. Optimization of methanolysis technical parameters helped to identify the best production conditions on the base of sunflower, linseed, rapeseed oils. Emulsifiers efficiency evaluation was made on produced invert emulsions thermostability test results.

Index UDK: 665.6/.7

Keywords: emulsifier, inverse emulsions, methanolysis

Bibliography: