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B17 Fundamentals Solutions for Steam and Nitrogen Injection W. Lambert (IMPA - Instituto de Matematica Pura e Aplicada) D. Marchesin* (IMPA-Inst. De Matemat. Pura e Aplicada) & J. Bruining (Dietz Laboratory Centre of Tech. Geos. Tudelft) SUMMARY Steam is applied to recover oil and to clean up oil spills. However the a steam temperature is often unnecessary and adds to costs in the case of oil recovery and killing bacteria worms etc. which play a vital role in a "life" soil in environmental applications. Coinjection of an inert gas (nitrogen carbondioxide) would be able to keep the temperature low. Moreover

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2007-04-22
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