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176 Age and sex population projections for Utah counties: 1975-20101978-06
177 Air quality in the Uintah Basin2013-05-07ICSE; Unconventional fuels; Air quality; Air pollution; Uintah Basin; Ozone; Pollutant concentrations; Inversions; VOC; UtahPresentation given at the University of Utah Unconventional Fuels Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, May 7, 2013.
178 Ambient froth flotation process for the recovery of bitumen from tar sand1984-01-10Patent; Bitumen; Tar sand; Admixing raw tar sand; Tar sand slurry; Milling; Froth flotations; Ambient temperatures; Concentrated bitumen tar sand product; Oil; Recycle and recoveryA method for upgrading the bitumen content of tar sands, wherein a raw tar sand slurry admixture of tar sands, water, collectors, and dispersing/wetting agents is milled; conditioned and then separated by a series of froth flotations at ambient temperatures from about 2.degree. C. to about 25.degree...
179 America's oil shale: A roadmap for federal decision making2004-12Oil shale resources; Oil supply; U.S. economy; Domestic oil shale; Oil production; Multi-agency Federal oil shale plan; Energy; Interior; Defense; Treasury; America; Import dependence; Natural gas by-products; Oil price; Oil supply and demandThe President and the Department of Energy have determined that increasing liquid fuels supply from domestic sources is an important national objective. America's rich and concentrated oil shale resources, containing as much as 2 trillion barrels of potential oil supply could make a major contributi...
180 America's strategic unconventional fuels: Oil shale, tar sands, coal derived liquids, heavy oil, CO2 enhanced recovery and storage2007-09Colorado; Wyoming; Oil shale development; In-situ; Environmental impacts; Water supply issues; Economics; Socio-ecomonic impacts; Infrastructure; Market challenges; Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement; PEIS; RD&D; BLM; Leasing program; Federal lands; Oil Shale Program Plan; Energy Policy ActThe Task Force members from Colorado and Wyoming have expressed legitimate concerns about the timing and sequence of Federal efforts to promulgate commercial leasing regulations for oil shale development and initiate leasing activity. They are concerned that the current state of development of surfa...
181 American gilsonite: Mining solid hydrocarbon1985Gilsonite, a soft asphaltite found in near-vertical veins over a large area around Bonanza, Utah (Fig. 1), is mined by American Gilsonite Co. (AGC) using air-powered chipping hammers instead of explosives and mechanical equipment. A vacuum air lift moves 100,000 st/yr of ore to the surface through b...
182 An analysis of cost improvement in chemical process technologies1989-05Chemical process technologies; Cost improvement; Chemical industry; U.S.Cost improvement--sometimes called the learning curve or progress curve--plays a crucial role in the competitiveness of the U.S. chemical industry.
183 An analysis of land use in the Salt Lake, Ogden and Utah Valley Area transportation studies 1960 1970, and 19951972-12In early 1971, the Center for Business and Economic Research contracted with the Utah State Department of Highways to develop and apply a methodology for forecasting employment, population, dwelling units and various land use categories for the Salt Lake Area Transportation Study (SLATS), the Ogden ...
184 An analysis of the tar sand deposit on the Rocky Mountain exploration company whiterocks federal lease Uintah County, Utah1982-11Rocky Mountain Exploration Company (hereafter called Rocky) of Salt Lake City, Utah, and Houston, Texas, holds a 240-acre federal combined hydrocarbon lease in Sections 17 and 18, T 2 N, R 1 E, UE5SM, Uintah County, Utah. The lease lies in the Ashley National Forest. Road distance is 27 miles north ...
185 An assessment of oil shale and tar sand development in the state of Utah: Phase 11980-05Oil shale; Tar sand; Utah; Synthetic fuels; Tar sand development; Tar sand depositsThis assessment is the result of an interest and commitment by the State of Utah to both promote development of its vast energy resources and to manage the impacts associated with such development. As the development of Utah oil shale and tar sands became more imminent a specific proposal to study t...
186 An assessment of oil shale and tar sand development in the state of Utah: Phase 2--policy analysis1982Oil shale; Tar sand development; Utah; Synthetic fuels; Uintah Basin; Northeastern Utah; Petroleum reserves; Tar sand; Oil; Synthetic Fuel commercialization viabilityThe potential development of synthetic fuels in the United States has been characterized by a great variation in preceived economies. The interest has been on an upswing during the decade of the 1970's due to the possibility of synthetic fuels lessening U.S. dependence on foreign oil. However, even ...
187 An echoing in-situ combustion oil recovery project in a Utah tar sand1982in-situ combustion; oil recovery project; Utah tar sand; echoing in-situ; U.S. tar sand resources; reverse combustion process; heterogeneous tar sand reservoirU.S. tar sand resources contain an estimated 30 billion bbl (4.7 Gm3) of oil in place in about 550 occurrences in 22 states. Over 90% of the known resources are in six large deposits in Utah, each containing from 1 to 16 billion bbl (0.15 to 2.5 Gm3) of oil. 1 Four major tar sand deposits in Alberta...
188 An evaluation of the extraction, transport and refining of imported crude oils and the impact on life cycle greenhouse gas emissions2009-03-27imported crude oils; life cycle of greenhouse gas emissions; greenhouse gas emissions; crude oil; GHG emissionsThe National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) has analyzed the full life cycle greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of transportation fuels derived from domestic crude oil and crude oil imported from specific countries. Estimates of the well-to-tank (WTT) GHG emissions associated with producing diesel ...
189 An evaluation of triple quadrupole ms/ms for on-line analyses of trace sulfur compounds from oil shale processing1985In order to effectively reduce sulfur gas content from shale processing to environmentally acceptable levels, H2S, COS, S02 and CH3SH plus trace sulfur compounds must be removed. Of these, the trace sulfur compounds have not been well characterized but should be known to ppm levels In order to optim...
190 An experimental study on the thermal decomposition of catechol2002Thermal Decomposition; Catechol; Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons; PAH; Pyrolysis; ortho-dihydroxybenzene; Phenol decomposition; biomass; coal; wood; Kinetic model; Pyrolytic catechol decomposition; PAH formation and growthIn order to better elucidate the role of thermal decomposition products in the formation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) from complex fuels, we have performed pyrolysis experiments in a tubularflow reactor, using the model fuel catechol (ortho-dihydroxybenzene), a phenol-type compound repr...
191 An industrial development information system for Utah1969-12
192 An overview of the Chinese UCG program2007-08-11Coal; China; Underground Coal Gasification; UCG; Two-stage gasification; Chinese UCG program; EnergyCoal is the dominant source of energy in China, but about 50% of the coal resource is left underground unmined. Because of this, the "long-tunnel, large section, two-stage" Underground Coal Gasification (UCG) technology has been put forward, and the UCG model platform has been built. Simulation test...
193 Analyses of oil extracted from oil-impregnated sandstone deposits in Utah1972-01This study, in progress from 1967 to 1970, is part of a systematic effort to find, map and sample Utah's oil-impregnated rock deposits. Samples were collected by ten individuals in field parties who examined oil-impregnated rock occurrences throughout the state. Samples 68-3A and 68-4A are from aban...
194 Analysis of crude shale oil1952-08A laboratory method for examining crude shale oil is described. The method uses only about 500 ml. of sample and a limited number of analytical determinations. Results provide information on the general characteristics and composition of an oil and serve as a basis for comparing different oils. Howe...
195 Analysis of lacustrine deltaic sedimentation in the Green River Formation, southern Uinta Basin, Utah1991lacustrine deltaic sedimentation; Green River Formation; southern Uinta Basin; sedimentation analysisDetailed lithofacies analysis of over 4,500 m of measured sections of most of the Eocene portion of the fluvial and lacustrine Green River Formation in the south-central Uinta Basin documents twelve lithofacies: Sa (nonsinuous trunk streams), Sb (meandering delta distributary channels), Sc (amalgama...
196 Analysis of oil shale and petroleum source rock pyrolysis by triple quadrupole mass spectrometry: Comparisons of gas evolution at the heating rate of 10 °C/min1990-10-05Kimmeridge; Phosphoria; La Luna; Teistberget; New Albany; Eastern U.S. Devonian; Janusfjellet; Wenzen; Maoming; Fushun; Woodford; Green River; Brotherson; Oil shale; Petroleum; Rock pyrolysis; Gas evolution; Programmed-temperature pyrolysis; Triple-quadrupole mass spectrometry; Mineral matrix; Miner...Kimmeridge, Phosphoria, La Luna, Teistberget, New Albany, Janusfjellet, Wenzen, Maoming, Fushun, Woodford, and three Green River oil shales were subjected to programmed-temperature pyrolysis at a heating rate of 10 °C/min using triple-quadrupole mass spectrometry as the detection method. Volatile c...
197 Annual Report: University of Utah Staff Advisory Committee (UUSAC), 2013-20142014Annual reportAnnual report of the University of Utah Staff Advisory Committee for the 2013-2014 fiscal year. The contents include the Development Committee, Legislative Committee, Events Committee, Communications & Selections Committee and the Executive Board & Committee Chairs.
198 Anxiety levels of psychiatric patients during hospitalization and at time of discharge.1964-06Mentally Ill; AnxietyThis study was made to determine (a) if there is a significant difference between anxiety levels of psychiatric patients at a midway point in their hospitalization and at the time of their discharge, and (b) is extra-hospital factors such as illness, employment status, or follow-up care influence an...
199 APECS software and architecture overview2009-10APECS; Model; CADE-OPEN; CO; CFD; PME; FLUENT; EKM; Reduced Order Models; ROMs; Geometric parameterization; Virtual reality software1) What is APECS? 2) Overview of APECS Features; 3) Overview of APECS Architecture
200 Apparatus and method for recovery of bituminous products from tar sands1978-06-20An apparatus and method for (1) reducing agglomerated masses of tar sand and (2) recovering as a bituminous product the bituminous matrix material therefrom. The apparatus includes a vessel which is divided into an attrition zone enclosed by a screen member, a sand separation zone and a product reco...
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