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EFFECT OF THERMODYNAMIC CONDITIONS CHANGES AND INCOMPATIBILITY OF WATERS ON SCALE FORMATION IN WATER INJECTION PROCESS

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 WATER INJECTION AS ONE OF THE KNOWN METHODS IN OIL INDUSTRY EITHER PRESSURE MAINTENANCE OR ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY METHODS HAS MANY APPLICATIONS. ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT PROBLEMS IN WATER INJECTION PROJECTS TO OIL RESERVOIR IS THE INCOMPATIBILITY PROBLEMS OF INJECTION AND FORMATION WATER AND SCALE DEPOSITION THAT MAKES A SIGNIFICANT IMPACT ON THE PERFORMANCE OF WATER INJECTION PROCESS AS PERMEABILITY REDUCTION. IN THIS RESEARCH, THE EFFECT OF THERMODYNAMIC CONDITIONS CHANGE AND INCOMPATIBILITY OF INJECTION AND FORMATION WATER ON THE FORMATION OF MINERAL SCALE DEPOSITS HAS BEEN INVESTIGATED. THE EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS OF FORMATION WATER AND INJECTION WATER WERE USED BY SCALE PREDICTION MODELS AND COMMERCIAL SOFTWARE OLI TO DETERMINE THE TENDENCY OF SCALE FORMATION AT DIFFERENT CONDITIONS AND MIXING RATIOS. AS TEMPERATURE IS INCREASED, THE SCALING TENDENCY OF THE BARIUM SULFATE IS DECREASED AND, THE SCALING TENDENCY OF THE STRONTIUM SULFATE AND CARBONATE SULFATE ARE INCREASED, AS IS PREDICTED BY PROPOSED MODELS AND OLI SCALECHEM SOFTWARE. AS PRESSURE IS INCREASED THE AMOUNT OF SULFATE SCALES DECREASED. ALSO, THE RESULTS OF SCALE PREDICTION MODELS ARE IN GOOD AGREEMENT WITH THE REPORTED EXPERIMENTAL OBSERVATIONS. OVERALL, THE HIGH CONTRAST OF SEAWATER AND FORMATION WATER RAISES THE PROBABILITY OF SCALE FORMATION ESPECIALLY OF THE SULFATE TYPE.

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