batch treatment

batch treatment

[′bach ‚trēt·mənt]
(chemical engineering)
A corrosion control procedure in which chemical corrosion inhibitors are injected into the lines of a production system.
(petroleum engineering)
A process for separating an emulsion of crude oil and water into its components.
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Wescorp believes that the next stage of testing should focus on defining what level of contamination requires only one treatment cycle, and what level of contamination requires repeated treatment cycles, also known as batch treatment.
Conceived by BP Exploration and subsequently developed through a joint research project, the Access(TM) system is designed for application worldwide and improves upon conventional batch treatment methods, helping to ensure longer treatment life and less deferred oil.
Corrosion inhibitors are generally introduced into a line in one of three ways: as an injected slug treatment, with or without diluents; by continuous injection, through atomization; or, most commonly, as a batch treatment employing a solid chemical column between two pigs.
Graphyte Batch, a process control system for production of CGI using batch treatment.
For each batch treatment, 15 grams of almonds were placed in a single layer in the discharge chamber.
Where today, batch treatment requires a series of steps with transportation of the batch to different locations.
The key reason that bleach plants rely on several stages is that no single chemical can presently remove all the residual lignin while preserving the strength of the cellulose in the pulp in a single batch treatment within reasonable time.
Treatment processes include both single pass and batch treatment, on a range of fluids.
Standard methods for controlling corrosion in multiphase gas lines are continuous injection and/or batch treatment with neutralizer/inhibitor.
Batch treatments of corrosion inhibitor of all lines prior to start of production.
The ParaFlow line of products work as broad spectrum paraffin and asphaltene treatments across a wide array of crudes, particularly heavy oil, tight oil & shale crudes in applications such as hot oiling, downhole batch treatments and continuous injection treatment on wells, flow lines, gathering systems, pipelines and tanks.
WD-RTU has been successfully used in batch treatments, but this recent test proved that it could be used on a down-hole continuous injection basis, as well.