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Structural Engineering and Mechanics
  Volume 84, Number 6, December25 2022 , pages 733-741

Application of nanoparticles in extending the life of oil and gas transmission pipeline
Yunye Liu, Hai Zhu and Jianfeng Niu

    The amount of natural gas that is used on a worldwide scale is continuously going up. Natural gas and acidic components, such as hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide, cause significant corrosion damage to transmission lines and equipment in various quantities. One of the fundamental processes in natural gas processing is the separation of acid gases, among which the safety and environmental needs due to the high toxicity of hydrogen sulfide and also to prevent wear and corrosion of pipelines and gas transmission and distribution equipment, the necessity of sulfide separation Hydrogen is more essential than carbon dioxide and other compounds. Given this problem's significance, this endeavor aims to extend the lifespan of the transmission lines' pipes for gas and oil. Zinc oxide nanoparticles made from the environmentally friendly source of Allium scabriscapum have been employed to accomplish this crucial purpose. This is a simple, safe and cheap synthesis method compared to other methods, especially chemical methods. The formation of zinc oxide nanoparticles was shown by forming an absorption peak at a wavelength of about 355 nm using a spectrophotometric device and an X-ray diffraction pattern. The size and morphology of synthesized nanoparticles were determined by scanning and transmission electron microscope, and the range of size changes of nanoparticles was determined by dynamic light scattering device.
Key Words
    gas; Green synthesis; life extending; nanoparticles; oil; pipeline
Yunye Liu: School of Petroleum Engineering, China University of Petroleum (East China), 266580, Qingdao, China
Hai Zhu: Guangzhou Gas Group South Branch, 510440, Guangzhou, China
Jianfeng Niu: Henan YUNENG Holdings Company Limited, Zhengzhou, China

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