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    • Low Salinity Waterflood in Combination with Surfactant/Polymer: Effect of Brine Composition 

      Mjøs, Jon Endre Seljeset (The University of Bergen, 2014-06-02)
      The effect of low salinity water (LSW) on enhanced oil recovery has been known for decades. Although much research is done on the topic, a general agreement of the prevailing mechanism for the low salinity effect has still ...
      Master thesis
    • Simulation Studies of Hybrid EOR 

      Jomark, Emilie Ryen (The University of Bergen, 2019-06-22)
      Injection of low salinity brine in combination with surfactant and polymer for enhanced oil recovery (EOR) have been proven to substantially increase oil recovery. Large EOR potential exists on the biggest fields on the ...
      Master thesis
    • Simulation Study of In-Situ Polymer Rheology in a Radial Flow Experiment 

      Sæther, Trude Sætnan (The University of Bergen, 2018-06-27)
      The global energy demand is continuously growing, and even though renewable energy sources are becoming increasingly important, oil remains the leading energy fuel to this date, accounting for ...
      Master thesis
    • Spontaneous Imbibition in Sand - Viscosity Effects on Oil Recovery and Flow Using Polymer and Glycerol 

      Haugland, Håkon Kyte (The University of Bergen, 2016-06-01)
      Spontaneous imbibition experiments have historically been performed using all faces open (AFO) boundary condition. Due to complex flow patterns consisting of both counter- and co-current flow, modelling flow using established ...
      Master thesis