Vladimir O. Abramov
Head of Laboratory, Dr. of Sciences (Engineering)
Pilot production of experimental units of ultrasound equipment has been created. The creation of this technological infrastructure allowed developing the scientific foundations for the following technologies in the period from 2013 to 2016:
- sonochemical technology to restore the productivity of oil wells.
- sol-gel technology to produce nanoparticles on the surface of medical bactericidal textiles.
- sonoplasmic technology for industrial wastewater treatment.
A technology for restoring the productivity of oil wells with a horizontal end was developed. It was based on a combination of acoustic and reagent methods of influencing the bottom-hole formation zone, as well as on conducting controlled depression–repression cycles in the perforation zone of the horizontal section of the well. The combination of ultrasonic and reagent treatment due to the synergistic effect reduces the time of the operation and contributes to selectively process only oil-bearing interlayers determined preventively using geophysical studies. In addition, the equipment required for the implementation of this technology can be delivered to the horizontal barrel using a mini-tubing installation. This approach is unique and is unrivaled throughout the world. A significant number of oil wells were processed, using the sonochemical technology developed.
- Vadim M. Bayazitov Senior Researcher, Ph.D. (Engineering)
- Yuri I. Voitov Leading Technologist
- Anna V. Kamler Senior Researcher, Ph.D. (Engineering)
- Marat S. Mullakaev Leding Researcher, Dr. of Sciences (Engineering)
- Roman V. Nikonov Junior Researcher
- Oleg I. Pokrovsky Senior Researcher, Ph.D. (Chemistry)
- Igor S. Fedulov Junior Researcher
- Irina N. Rostovshchikova Senior Researcher, Ph.D. (Biology)
- O. Abramov, A.V. Abramova, V.M. Bayazitov, A.V. Marnosov, S.P. Kuleshov, A.S. Gerasin. Selective ultrasonic treatment of perforation zones in horizontal oil wells for water cut reduction // Applied Acoustics. 2016. V. 103. p. 214–220.
- O. Abramov, A.V. Abramova, V.M. Bayazitov, L.K. Altunina, A. Gerasin, D.S. Pashin, T.J. Mason. Sonochemical approaches to enhanced oil recovery // Ultrasonics Sonochemistry. 2015. V. 25. p. 76–81.
- O. Abramov, M.S. Mullakaev, G.B. Veksler. Restoring productivity of oil reservoirs and treating contaminated water using ultrasonic treatment. Moscow: VNIIOENG, 2015. 212 p. [in Russian]
- V. Abramova, V.O. Abramov, A. Gedanken, I. Perelshtein, V.M. Bayazitov. An ultrasonic technology for production of antibacterial nanomaterials and their coating on textiles // Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology. 2014. V. 5. p. 532–536.
- O. Abramov, M.S. Mullakaev, V.M. Bayazitov, E.O. Timashev, S.P. Kuleshov, V.O. Prokoptsev. Experience of the application of ultrasonic treatment to restore the productivity of oil wells in Western Siberia and Samara Region // Petroleum Engineering. 2013. V. 6. p. 26–31.
- A. Abramova, A. Gedanken, V. Popov, E.-H. Ooi, T.J. Mason, E.M. Joyce, J. Beddow, I. Perelshtein, V. Bayazitov. A sonochemical technology for coating of textiles with antibacterial nanoparticles and eqipment for its implementation // Materials Letters. 2013. V. 96. p. 121–124.
V.O. Abramov – Prize of the Government of the Russian Federation for the development of new generation of ultrasonic equipment for receiving and processing parts and components of transport engineering (2007)
- 02/17. Analysis of antibacterial properties of tissue samples with different nanocoatings obtained during experiments (2017)
- 01/15. Studies into distribution of acoustic fields in porous media near oil wells of various profiles (2015)
- 9/14. Theoretical feature studies of plasma discharge in cavitating fluid (2014)
- 5/13. Research into the issues of efficiency and reliability of ultrasonic and electro-hydraulic well equipment (2013)
- Viatech Ltd (Moscow)
- InfoMedPharm Dialog Ltd (Moscow)
- Moscow State University (Moscow)
- Gitsu Institute of Electronic Engineering and Nanotechnologies. Academy of Sciences of Moldova (Republic of Moldova)
- Coventry University (UK)