Dynamic Viscosity and Compensation Effect in Hydrocarbon Media with a High Content of Resins and Paraffins
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Linear dependences have been obtained for multicomponent hydrocarbon media (oils and high-boiling fractions), which relate the preexponent and the activation energy of viscous flow in the Arrhenius equation. A distinctive feature of the established kinetic compensation effect is it existing before and after the phase-transition temperature. The obtained results have been confirmed by statistical data and make it possible to predict the dynamic viscosity of multicomponent hydrocarbon systems, such as oil and high-boiling fractions.
Keywordsdynamic viscosity viscous flow compensation effect Newtonian multicomponent hydrocarbon medium high-boiling fractions activation energy phase transition
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