Development of Technology for in Situ Oil Shale Processes.
Carpenter HC; Sohns HW
Colo School Mines Quart 1974 Apr; 69(2):143-169
This report of research supporting the development of in situ retorting of oil shale includes the effects of gas velocity and oxygen concentration on oil yields, retorting advance rate, and oil quality. The effects of overburden pressure and system pressure are also considered.
Issue of Publication
Colorado School Mines Quart., V. 69, No. 2, April 1974, PP. 143-169
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