Rheological properties and swelling behavior of nanocomposite preformed particle gels based on starch-graft-polyacrylamide loaded with nanosilica View Full Text


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2021-07-22

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Shima Baloochestanzadeh, Shadi Hassanajili, Mehdi Escrochi

ABSTRACT

Gel treatment using preformed particle gels is a technique applied in mature reservoirs to control excess water production. In this study, a novel nanocomposite gel was proposed and optimized for better performance in high-salinity and high-temperature conditions of oilfields. Gels were prepared by grafting copolymerization of crosslinked polyacrylamide onto starch (starch-g-CPAM) and loaded with silica nanoparticles. Different tests were performed on nanocomposite prepared particle gels (NCPPGs) to investigate the effect of silica content (2–10 wt%), temperature, and brine concentration on network structure, swelling, and mechanical behavior of the gels. The NCPPG with 5 wt% showed a superior swelling ratio. Rheological studies depicted that nanosilica could increase the mechanical strength of the NCPPGS in high temperature and high salinity brines (90 °C and 225,000 ppm) up to 900 Pa. Finally, loading nanosilica up to 5 wt. % into the NCPPG resulted in capable mechanical stability and water uptake under harsh conditions.Graphical abstract More... »

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571-585

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