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Paper presented at the Corrosion97, March 9–14, 1997
Paper Number: NACE-97079
... flex elements (Figures 1 and 2): an acrylonitrile-butadiene (NBR) compound and a natural rubber (NR) compound. Both compounds are semi-efficient vulcanization systems and are derived from compounds that have been successfully used with tendon bearings for previous TLPs. As the effects of ageing on tie...
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(a) The effect of <b>NR</b> addition on the heat of hydration of the cement system...
Published: 11 June 2020
Fig. 6 (a) The effect of NR addition on the heat of hydration of the cement system at 40°C and atmospheric pressure; and (b) complexation of Ca 2+ ions with carboxyl groups on the nanorubber (NR) surface (chemical retardation) (Jafariesfad et al. 2017c ). More
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Comparison of computational time per <b>NR</b> iteration for all six fluids.
Published: 21 August 2014
Fig. 1 Comparison of computational time per NR iteration for all six fluids. More
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Comparison of <b>NR</b> computational time per flash for all six fluids.
Published: 21 August 2014
Fig. 2 Comparison of NR computational time per flash for all six fluids. More
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<b>NR</b> speed up of three reduced methods (LJ, ILJ, and OJS) with respect to Gib...
Published: 21 August 2014
Fig. 5 NR speed up of three reduced methods (LJ, ILJ, and OJS) with respect to Gibbs-minimization method (MG) for six different fluids. More
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<b>NR</b> computational time per flash for ILJ, RMG, and MG for different number o...
Published: 21 August 2014
Fig. 7 NR computational time per flash for ILJ, RMG, and MG for different number of components. RMG is much slower than the other reduced methods, whereas ILJ is significantly faster. More
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Left: Average computational time per <b>NR</b> iteration for four-phase flash calc...
Published: 29 July 2013
Fig. 3 Left: Average computational time per NR iteration for four-phase flash calculations. Right: Speedup for four-phase flash calculations with the reduced method. More
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Left: Percentage of the CPU time spent to solve RR in the <b>NR</b> iteration loop...
Published: 29 July 2013
Fig. 4 Left: Percentage of the CPU time spent to solve RR in the NR iteration loop in the conventional method. Right: Comparison of the CPU time per NR iteration of the two methods after excluding the RR CPU time from the conventional method. More
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Amplitude image from June 2013 on the left image and <b>NR</b> and surface elevati...
Published: 09 June 2015
Figure 7 Amplitude image from June 2013 on the left image and NR and surface elevation contour map for the target area on the right image. More
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<b>NR</b> heave measurements and surface elevation contour maps in Regions A (left...
Published: 09 June 2015
Figure 8 NR heave measurements and surface elevation contour maps in Regions A (left) &amp; B (right). More
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InSAR <b>NR</b> estimated heave transect vs.24 hour temperature fall-offs for well...
Published: 09 June 2015
Figure 13 InSAR NR estimated heave transect vs.24 hour temperature fall-offs for well A and B More
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Left: the average computational time per <b>NR</b> iteration for four-phase flash ...
Published: 14 April 2012
Figure 3 Left: the average computational time per NR iteration for four-phase flash calculations. Right: speedup for four-phase flash calculations using the reduced method. More
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