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Record #166750:

Gas hydrate formation in mineralised pore water / V.P. Melnikov, A.N. Nesterov.

Title: Gas hydrate formation in mineralised pore water / V.P. Melnikov, A.N. Nesterov.
Author(s): Melnikov, V. P.
Nesterov, A. N.
Date: 2003.
Language: Russian transliteration entered into original records using BGN/PCGN 1947 romanisation of Russian; Cyrillic text in MARC 880 field(s) reverse transliterated from this by automated process; BGN/PCGN 1947 text then upgraded to Library of Congress romanisation.
In: Earth's Cryosphere. (2003.), Special issue (2003)
Abstract: Describes procedure for calculating equilibrium conditions for gas hydrate formation from mineralised pore moisture. Examines two moisture types: capillary condensate and thin wetting water films on a surface in a porous medium. Calculates equilibrium conditions of hydrate formation for methane and propane in capillary shaped pores and in wetting films. Decreased relative humidity of gas phase leads to reduced lowering of hydrate formation temperature caused by capillary forces in porous medium. Inverse effect occurs during hydrate formation in wetting films: temperature of hydrate formation decreases when relative humidity increases. Compares calculated equilibrium values of pressure and temperature of gas hydrate formation with experimental data.
Notes:

Earth's Cryosphere. Special issue :76-82 (2003).

Translated from Kriosfera Zemli, 2001 5(1) :61-67.

Keywords: 541.1 -- Chemistry, physical.
536 -- Heat.
551.322 -- Ice and snow.
548.736.65 -- Clathrate hydrates.
547.211 -- Methane.
E4 -- Glaciology: physics and chemistry of ice.
SPRI record no.: 166750

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