Dr. Venkata Ramana Avula
Dr. Venkata Ramana Avula
Assistant Professor
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An improved model for the phase equilibrium of methane hydrate inhibition in the presence of ionic liquids
VR Avula, RL Gardas, JS Sangwai
Fluid Phase Equilibria 382, 187-196, 2014
242014
An efficient model for the prediction of CO2 hydrate phase stability conditions in the presence of inhibitors and their mixtures
VR Avula, RL Gardas, JS Sangwai
The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 85, 163-170, 2015
192015
A robust model for the phase stability of clathrate hydrate of methane in an aqueous systems of TBAB, TBAB+ NaCl and THF suitable for storage and transportation of natural gas
VR Avula, RL Gardas, JS Sangwai
Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering 33, 509-517, 2016
162016
Thermodynamic modeling of phase equilibrium of carbon dioxide clathrate hydrate in aqueous solutions of promoters and inhibitors suitable for gas separation
VR Avula, P Gupta, RL Gardas, JS Sangwai
Asia‐Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering 12 (5), 709-722, 2017
52017
Modeling of methane hydrate inhibition in the presence of green solvent for offshore oil and gas pipeline
VR Avula, RL Gardas, JS Sangwai
The Twenty-fourth International Ocean and Polar Engineering Conference, 2014
52014
Influence of process parameters on the yield of Mn3O4 through sonochemical route
VS Nalajala, AA Khan, S Tondepu, VR Avula
Journal of The Institution of Engineers (India): Series D 100 (2), 211-215, 2019
2019
Advancing Recovery by Refining Surfactant Proportion As a Chemical Enhanced Oil Recovery Application
VRA M.J.A.Prince, Mithilesh Kumar Rajak
International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE) 8 (3 …, 2019
2019
Thermodynamic Predictions of Methane Gas Hydrates in the Presence of Inhibitors and their Mixture for Offshore Oil Field Applications
M Dhanush, PPN Teja, SAS Reddy, SA Anandu, VR Avula, ...
ICRTEMMS Conference Proceedings 273 (280), 273-280, 2018
2018
Prediction of CO2 Hydrate Phase Stability Conditions in the Presence of Ionic Liquids, NaCl, KCl and CaCl2 for Oil Field Applications
VR Avula, RL Gardas, JS Sangwai, IIT Madras
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