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1 The San Rafael oil fields; where the oil runs out of the rocks1975-09San Rafael oil fields; oil; oil fieldThe following article has been prepared and written with the object of furnishing accurate and dependable information of what is, perhaps, as little known a region as exists in this Twentieth Century. It is a country of wonderful possibilities and the writer after years of careful observation and ex...
2 Recreation in Utah a profile of the demand for outdoor recreation by out-of-state travelers to Utah1967-12A recurring problem when planning for economic and industrial development is the lack of sufficient basic data on which sound planning decisions can be based. One of the industry areas in which this lack of basic data has been conspicuous is the area of the out-of-state visitors' demand for Utah's o...
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4 Estimating water requirements of oil shale development in the Uintah/Piceance Basins2008-03-12water requirements; oil shale development; water resources; oil sandsCollect geospatial data and information on water resources associated information related to oil sands and oil shale development -Conduct a regional analysis of water requirements for oil shale development incorporation urbanization, alternative energy development, and wastewater recycling/reuse -De...
5 Utah input-output study: projections of income, employment, output and revenue1970-01This paper includes with moderate revisions, the August, 1967, report [3]* on the Utah Input-Output study. Since this earlier publication, the Input-Output tables have been used in projecting 1975 output, income, employment and revenues. These results are reported and discussed in this paper; also d...
6 Profile, Degrees & MajorsThe degrees and majors that are offered at the University of the Utah.
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8 Western States Energy and Environment Symposium2009-10-27Wyoming House Bill no. HB0295; energy efficiency; rate payer protection; regulatory process; carbon capture; carbon storage; symposiumThe Western States Energy & Environment Symposium convened at Teton Village in Jackson Hole, Wyoming from October 25-27, 2009. The Symposium was sponsored by the State of Wyoming as authorized by the Wyoming Legislature in House Bill No. 295. HB 295 established a steering committee to guide the plan...
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11 Final report of the joint NSF-NSFC workshop on combustion related to sustainable energy2014-03-10Jinxi hotel; NSF-NSFC workshop; combustion; sustainable energyA workshop on Combustion Related to Sustainable Energy was held in Hangzhou, China on March 10-12, 2014. The workshop was jointly sponsored by the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) and by the National Science Foundation in China (NSFC). The purpose of the workshop was to bring together a limite...
12 Bituminous sands and viscous crude oils1964-10-10Bituminous sands; Viscous crude oils; Rocky Mountain region; Low gravity; high viscosity; Heavy crude oil; Quiet Revolution; Thermal recovery; Utah; Bituminous sandstone depositsBituminous sandstones of the Rocky Mountain region contain large reserves of low gravity, highly viscous oil that can be recovered at costs equal to or less than the cost of finding and producing oil from conventional methods. Heavy crude oil is defined as "oil which cannot be produce through the no...
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14 Required Documentation 2.1(i): Instruments and procedures used to measure educational program effectiveness2006-08-22Accreditation; Higher Education, University of UtahThe University of Utah 2006 Self-Study Required Documentation: Standards 1-4. Standard 2: Educational Program and Its Effectiveness. Part 1: General Requirements and Undergraduate Program. Section 1: Instruments and procedures used to measure educational program effectiveness
15 Standard 2: Finance2006-08-18Accreditation; Higher Education, University of UtahThe University of Utah in 1996: a report to the Commission on Colleges of the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges. Standard 2: Finance
16 AE_The University of Utah
17 UUSAC staff award recipients 19961996Awards; University of Utah staffDocuments, letters, articles and lists of the 1996 Presidential Staff Awards recipients at the University of Utah.
18 University of Utah Staff Advisory Committee (UUSAC) 1996-19971997Year end report; University of Utah staff; University of Utah employeesYear end report of UUSAC activities, membership and other committee work.
19 Supercritical fluid extraction of oil sand bitumen1994-05supercritical fluid extraction; oil sand bitumen; PR Spring oil sand depositThe supercritical fluid extraction of bitumen from the PR Spring oil sand deposit (Utah) was studied using commercial propane as the solvent . The bitumen volatility was 36.3 wt % and its asphaltene content was 19.3 wt %. Experiments were performed at five different operating conditions which includ...
20 Bituminous sands and some legal aspects of leasing1964A brief description of the more important bituminous sand deposits of Utah at Asphalt Ridge, Sunnyside, Whiterocks River, and other localities. Discussion of their probable origin and present physical qualities with comparison to liquid oil and natural solid bitumen deposits in Utah. Capsule history...
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22 New algorithms for steam assisted gravity drainage using combinations of vertical and horizontal wells1994-04steam assisted gravity drainage; vertical and horozontal wells; SAGD; oil sand reservoirs; vertical injectorsNew algorithms have been presented for steam assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) in oil sand reservoirs using vertical injectors-producers and vertical injectors-horizontal producers. Although SAGD with a pair of horizontal wells has been reported to be promising, it may be necessary to use a combinati...
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24 Isolation and characterization of surfactants from tar sand process water1994-05surfactants; tar sand process water; Utah tar sands; Asphalt Ridge; Whiterocks; characterization of surfactants; isolation of surfactantsA sublation technique was used to isolate soluble surfactants and accompanying species in the aqueous phase from the hot water processing of two Utah tar sands, Asphalt Ridge and Whiterocks. Many structural similarities for the isolated surfactants were observed from IR spectra, however, the amount ...
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