Enhanced oil recovery (EOR) setup - high pressure (no pumps included)
This setup contains a chip holder, chips for enhanced oil recovery (EOR) and tubing. The only thing left for you to do is to select the EOR-chip of your choice: with a uniform, random or physical rock structure. These microfluidic chips can be used in enhanced oil recovery research, reservoir engineering or environmental research. They are used to verify simulation models of rock-pore structures in the EOR field.
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|Application||Enhanced Oil Recovery|
|EOR information||Additional information on the Uniform, Random and Physical rock network structures.||257.8 KB||Download|
The EOR chip itself are manufactured from glass an can easily withstand up to 300C. However they are supplied in a black fluidic cartridge. This cartridge can width stand up to 80C.
There’s no sealant used, two layers of glass are fusion bonded together.
The chip can withstand easily up to 100 bar. However the external interfacing is more critical. Our Fluidic Connect holder offers the largest pressure, up to 80 bars (maybe less at elevated temperatures). Please note that the Fluidic Connect holder is a bit more complex in use. You need a bit of feeling to apply not too much force, which might brake the chip, but sufficient to obtain sufficient sealing. It might be necessary to tighten a bit more when pressure and temperature are increased. Please remove the pressure before additional tightening.
The fluidic ports are on positions 3,8
Alignment can be done on positions 2,7 (or 4,9).