Almetyevsk State Oil Institute

Al’met’yevsk, Russia

Almetyevsk State Oil Institute

Al’met’yevsk, Russia
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Ganieva Y.N.,State Agricultural Academy Named After Pa Stolypin | Azitova G.S.,Kazan National Research Technical University Named After An Tupolev | Chernova Y.A.,Ulyanovsk State Agricultural Academy Named After Pa Stolypin | Yakovleva I.G.,Ulyanovsk State Agricultural Academy Named After Pa Stolypin | And 2 more authors.
Life Science Journal | Year: 2014

The main idea of the article is to develop a model of high school students professional education, which includes target, content, technology, criterion-estimation and result components contributing to ensure the efficiency and the sequence of scientific-technique provision of educational process in High School. The aim of the developed model is the future competent specialist educating on the basis of his academic and extracurricular activities integration. This objective fulfillment is specified in the complex of interrelated tasks: students civil and patriotic education system forming; student self-government system improving on the basis of corporate culture and human individuality basic principles; conditions and prerequisites providing for the students world outlook forming in integrity of which his attitude to human values of social life is expressed; conditions providing for students tolerance development and the their common culture educating; innovative environment making with the aim to develop students creative abilities; students and University graduates social and professional adaptation and socialization organizational processes; organization of students legal, social and psychological protection system. This model provides the future competent specialists self-determination; the creation of psycho-pedagogical support of personal senses development in students' academic and extra-curricular activities in new forms of professional education building: from academic - to practical-oriented one; each student interest designing in extra-curricular activities.


Lipaev A.,Almetyevsk State Oil Institute
11th International Multidisciplinary Scientific Geoconference and EXPO - Modern Management of Mine Producing, Geology and Environmental Protection, SGEM 2011 | Year: 2011

In conductive heat transfer mechanism daily (diurnal) temperature variations almost damp in a layer as deep as 1 m, and annual variation do it as deep as 18-21 m. In case of coincidence of periodic heating with fluid mass transfer (downward percolation of surface water from rivers), thickness of the layer with periodic temperature fluctuations increases significantly. This discovery with author's priority registered August,19, 1964, was made by N.M. Frolov. We consider the research on temperature waves created in moving media to be of interest. In our research temperature waves were set in capillary-porous samples (rocks) while fluids were filtrating through them in and against the direction of temperature wave propagation. A Russian scientist, S.N. Kravchun, described temperature waves probing the liquid flowing along the wire which was heated by alternating current, and located along the velocity vector, i.e. propagated vertically to the fluidflow. An incredible effect was registered. With a gradual increase in flow rate, contrary to expectations the temperature fluctuation amplitude distinctly increases, and only with further increase in velocity it starts to decrease. This Frolov-Lipaev-Kravchun effect has important practical applications, particularly in implementation of thermal methods of high viscosity oil and natural bitumen stimulation. © SGEM2011 All Rights Reserved by the International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM.


Lipaev A.,Almetyevsk State Oil Institute
12th International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference and EXPO - Modern Management of Mine Producing, Geology and Environmental Protection, SGEM 2012 | Year: 2012

Highly viscous heavy oil and natural bitumen contain 60 chemical elements; most of them are rare and precious metals in conditioning concentrations (vanadium, nickel, titanium, etc.). Oil or bitumen rocks are to be considered not only as alternative sources of oil and petrochemical raw materials, but also as material for construction industry, i.e. integrated waste-free raw materials. Feasibility and economic efficiency of heavy crude oil and natural bitumen field development is determined by geological and physical conditions of their occurrence, reservoir data and physical-and-chemical characteristics of oils, as well as the results of their processing and treatment. Abnormal oil properties, especially high viscosity (low flow characteristics) and density, are among the main factors. Field development methods can be divided into two large groups. The first group, (no fluid flow) oil or bitumen is extracted together with the rock containing them with further hydrocarbon recovery under plant conditions. The second group (fluid flow) oil is drained from the reservoir without rock removal to the surface. The paper considers classification of available methods and the criteria for a method selection. © SGEM2012 All Rights Reserved by the International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM Published by STEF92 Technology Ltd.


Lipaev A.,Almetyevsk State Oil Institute | Lipaev S.,Russian Academy of Sciences
International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference Surveying Geology and Mining Ecology Management, SGEM | Year: 2013

Traditional methods of developing petroleum, such as water-flooding, are, as a rule, not effective or suitable for producing heavy oils, natural bitumen and shales. Heavy oils and natural bitumen refer to the category of heavy to recover-hydrocarbons with the high content of asphalt-resin components and higher viscosity. It is the viscosity that determines the wide range of technologies to be used while developing these hydrocarbons. They also include mining methods (open-pits and mines). Integrated development of these reserves requires appropriate selection of methods to be used. All methods of developing heavy hydrocarbons could be divided into mining and drainage ones. In the first case oil and bitumen are recovered together with the rock andlater separated.- In the second case oil is displaced and produced due to the use of an agent or drainage process. Characteristics of methods for developing heavy crude oils and natural bitumen depending on their geological-and- physical and engineering parameters have been studied. Ecological problems solution is considered as one of the major criteria for choosing technologies for producing heavy hydrocarbons. © SGEM2013. © SGEM2013 All Rights Reserved by the International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM.


Gabdrakhmanov A.,Almetyevsk State Oil Institute | Guskova I.,Almetyevsk State Oil Institute | Rybakov A.,Almetyevsk State Oil Institute
Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Russian Petroleum Technology Conference | Year: 2015

Much has been written about the need to recover residual oil remaining in the depths of the oilfields being developed. The challenge has become a large and attractive target for enhanced oil recovery methods (EOR), and methods of treating bottomhole zones (BHZT). When addressing social and economic challenges faced by the region and the country it is considered that one of the acceptable options to replenish hydrocarbons stocks and maintain their production suggests further development of new techniques and effective use of proven methods. The effect of the methods is determined by a variety of processes, some of which can often be ignored, but still are crucial for their success and effectiveness. Thus, using various reservoir stimulation methods and trying to solve some specific problems, it is necessary to exclude unintended consequences for further effective implementation of other subsequent technological processes [1, 2, 3]. Complications in the development and exploitation of oil fields can be caused not only by the initial geological and physical conditions, but also by the impact of a large number of technologies applied in reservoir stimulation, crude oil gathering, transportation, and treatment of oil and water. It is difficult to predict the consequences of cross technology interference at the following, subsequent, stages. Even small amounts of chemicals, carried to the bottom of the well, can cause negative consequences. The paper presents assessment of the chemicals influence when treating a reservoir formation and its fluids in order to prevent negative effects at various stages of upstream and midstream. Scientists and experts found that no polyacrylamide when using the demulsifier makes it possible to separate 96.8% of water. But even when there are relatively inert chemicals in concentrations of 0.1%, only 32.2% of water can be separated. In all cases it is necessary to eliminate the loss of sedimentation stability of oil and its breaking down, since there is a huge amount of hydrocarbons lost in the form of precipitation, sediments and intermediate layers. As the main parameter to determine the changes in crude oil properties it has been proposed to measure changes in absorption spectra properties (recalculated for the light absorption coefficient of oil) before and after exposure to chemicals. This interaction has been simulated in the laboratory, and the results have been quantified using multivariate analysis. Studies were conducted with photocolorimeter in the laboratory of Oil and Gas Fields Department in Almetyevsk State Oil Institute. The experiments were carried out using samples of crude oil from Devonian deposits, the Romashkino oilfield. Chemicals with different targeting were studied. Experiments have shown that the light absorbance coefficients of oil samples at different wavelengths have selective sensitivity to interference. Moreover, various grades of chemicals have had different degrees of impact on a hydrocarbon system both in the laboratory simulation conditions and under field conditions. Mathematical statistics applied has made it possible to identify wavelengths that are not sensitive to the chemicals studied, but reliably indicate changes in oil composition and properties. The experiments have also revealed the joint effect of factors. The practical value of the work is its ability to prevent many negative processes that can lead to a variety of problems due to violations in oil production techniques, transportation, and treatment of produced crude oil; huge losses of hydrocarbons that can become unnecessary ballast in the system. The economic effect of implementing research results is in the opportunity to bring the use of reservoir stimulation techniques to the optimum, increase the overhaul period for the wells, reduce the number of workovers, and improve processing of the produced oil. Copyright 2015, Society of Petroleum Engineers.


Lipaev A.,Almetyevsk State Oil Institute
International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference Surveying Geology and Mining Ecology Management, SGEM | Year: 2014

The first step in geothermal simulation is laboratory study which involves determining thermal properties of the rock under conditions close to in-situ occurrence, and evaluation of reservoir and flow characteristics of the samples under study . The second step deals with collecting geophysical data from wells where core sampling for laboratory study was performed. The third step starts with defining in the field profile interlayers of different lithology, saturation and type of cement. Here, other essential properties are also taken into consideration. Logging data is compared with laboratory data, thus identifying the causes of possible interrelations. Then dependencies between thermal, flow and fluid storage properties are considered. The fourth step is the period when a site for thermal treatment is selected, and the section according to its thermal and flow properties, as well as fluid storage capacity, is considered. By doing this the curves for thermal conductivity, porosity, permeability and saturation are created. The fifth stage involves the study of changes in the thermal properties of the log, identification of the factors that influence the thermal front distribution around the wells, and determination of areas for improving thermal stimulation. Creating geothermal models makes it possible to achieve better results in formation treatment and reduces heat loss. © SGEM2014.


Lipaev A.,Almetyevsk State Oil Institute | Alekseeva L.,Almetyevsk State Oil Institute
International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference Surveying Geology and Mining Ecology Management, SGEM | Year: 2013

The authors studied the nature of changes in teaching English at higher education institution with respect to introduction of e-learning and language teaching software. The use of e-learning has improved the quality of the learning experience. There are several different types of computer assisted language learning in class but we look upon it as two major types: Language learning using software, and language learning using internet. Each type of learning has its advantages and disadvantages. The advantages may include: 1) students can work at their own speed; 2) you can be sure the materials are written by expert and experienced professionals. Some of the disadvantages include: 1) there may be little interaction with other students; 2) the opportunities to speak English in real situations is limited; 3) sometimes the courses can be expensive. The language teachers have selected many sites that are very useful for learning English. In addition, they have made up a list of some useful English learning websites that can help for self-study (for both American and British English). When the institute purchased a Sanako language lab for English classes the English teachers were able to change considerably the way they teach and managed to implement a far more effective styles of teaching. The use of it is based on the need for individualized teaching. So as the students had an interesting lab program, they were able to work on their own without the assistance of the teacher but according to the approved plan, thus creating a "tutorial" system. Analysis of the list of factors relating to class use of ICT reveals a very positive attitude amongst the majority of the teachers to using ICT in their teaching. The majority (75%) of students also agreed that using ICT made their lessons more interesting, and 80% thought that ICT made their lessons more enjoyable. © SGEM2013 All Rights Reserved by the International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM.


Shaidullina A.R.,Almetyevsk State Oil Institute | Masalimova A.R.,Kazan Federal University | Vlasova V.K.,Kazan Federal University | Lisitzina T.B.,Gzhel State Art and Industry Institute | And 2 more authors.
Life Science Journal | Year: 2014

The scope of Russian higher education modernization encourage pedagogical science go beyond the purely academic boundaries and develop real practice-oriented education, science and manufacture integration models. In this regard, the purpose of this article is to reveal education, science and manufacture integration models peculiarities in continuous professional education system. The integrative approach, creating conditions for elements constant interaction not only within integrated systems, but also with the external environment is put down in the studied problem basis. Productive integration is not determined by the links density, but integrative wholeness of its component parts. The article reveals the features, advantages and major guiding points of such education, science and manufacture integration models, as colleges - enterprise, University - enterprise, University - research Institute - enterprise, University - enterprise - research Institute, College - University - enterprise, as well as their components productive integration terms are revealed. These models are based on the mutual educational, research and manufacture processes penetration, educational institutions, professional education levels, educational programs content, training and education technologies, organizational and administrative forms, financial and economic resources and manufacture processes integration.


Alekseeva L.,Almetyevsk State Oil Institute | Shaidullina A.,Almetyevsk State Oil Institute | Lipaev A.,Almetyevsk State Oil Institute | Sadykova L.,Almetyevsk State Oil Institute
International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference Surveying Geology and Mining Ecology Management, SGEM | Year: 2015

University students every single day work at developing their skills, knowledge, or competences. However, learning outside the formal learning system does not mean for sure that the information delivered is well understood, visible and appropriately valued. Insufficient academic hours for a course that is essential for the students’ further job and their low level of English make the teachers try informal activities helping to achieve better results in their target formal course. In doing so computer technologies and various face-to-face activities help to enrich students’ vocabulary and supervise their performance in informal settings, monitor, record, analyze, and summarize data about their learning. For students having poor English speaking and reading skills some of the informal learning activities like short language courses, language clubs, forums, chat rooms, conferences, lectures, etc. might be a good help to motivate and improve their language learning outcomes. Informal environments is a vast area of study and practice that helps to get involved in a broad range of learning experiences while studying at the university. They mean a lot of various activities and forms of delivery. In our case we have monitored the success of clubs, a museum, discussions using the Internet, watching video, Students’ Chapter of Society of Petroleum Engineers, parties and trips that can contribute both in studying a foreign language and developing future job skills, competences and interests. Thus, it helps them to grow up as a person and a specialist with better CVs for their interviews after graduating from the university. Though, it is disputable whether informal training is as effective as formal training, this sort of training often provides positive outcomes and success because it represents what occurs naturally in every person’s life. Every educational institution bears in mind that developing informal education is significant, needs attention, and takes place alongside formal education. © SGEM2015.


Lipaev A.,Almetyevsk State Oil Institute | Shevchenko D.,Kazan Institute of Economics | Vasilyeva L.K.,OOO Aktualnye Tekhnologii
International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference Surveying Geology and Mining Ecology Management, SGEM | Year: 2015

Appropriate techniques have to be developed for improving heavy oil recovery from thin reservoirs in Russia. One of the leading areas in production of high-viscosity oil is the use of thermal methods, and one of the most popular among them is Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage (SAGD). However, this technique cannot be effective in the reservoirs thinner than 15-20 meters. That’s why the scientists of this country are interested in finding methods to produce oil from thin bituminous reservoirs. In order to improve heavy oil displacement technology with steam or superheated water from a reservoir as thick as 10 meters the authors started a study of geometry of horizontal wells system and considered its influence on the integral performance of the heavy oil reservoir. They have made the investigation of geometric arrangement peculiarities for horizontal well spacing and its impact on integrated heavy oil field development performance. A fluid flow model with fixed connectivity of water systems has been used. A relatively thin reservoir has been developed by injecting heat carrier into a periodic system of wells. The dependence of well spacing and oil recovery coefficient and its dynamics has been determined. Temperature and saturation fields for various time points have been graphed. To optimize field development the method involving “conditional profit" target function has been proposed defined as the income from oil extracted minus the carrier heating costs. © SGEM2015.

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