Journal of China University of Petroleum (Edition of Natural Science)

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Journal of China University of Petroleum (Edition of Natural Science) (ISSN: 1673-5005) is a monthly peer-reviewed scopus indexed journal from 2006 to up to now. The publisher of the journal is Ed. Off. Journal of the Univ. Petroleum, China . JCUP welcomes all original papers of engineering, earth science around the world from any sorts of professionals.

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( Vol 48 , Issue 07 )
19 Jul 2024


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( Vol 48 , Issue 07 )
31 Jul 2024


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Journal of China University of Petroleum (Edition of Natural Science)
Difference, origin and oil source significance of tricyclic terpenes in Chang 7 source rocks in Ordos Basin

In recent years, a large amount of industrial oil and gas resources have been discovered in the Paleogene Wenchang Formation (WC) of the southern Lufeng sag, confirming that the WC resources are promising prospects for petroleum exploration. However, because of the complex lithology, multiple sources of crude oil and multi-period charging characteristics in the WC, the accumulation process and model have not been clearly understood. Therefore, in this study, the main sources of crude oil and the process of hydrocarbon accumulation in key oil accumulation periods are determined by combining

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Car Crowd Management using Proposed YOLOv5 Model

Car crowd management refers to the process of efficiently and safely managing the movement and flow of cars in crowded areas, such as parking lots, traffic intersections, event venues, and busy streets. Effective car crowd management is essential to ensure smooth traffic flow, prevent accidents, reduce congestion, and optimize the utilization of available parking spaces. It is a critical aspect of urban planning and traffic management to enhance the overall transportation experience and safety for both drivers and pedestrians. In this paper, a system was proposed for managing car crowds at tra

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Numerical algorithm for searching the optimal temperature regime of a chemical process based on the method of artificial immune systems

The paper presents an algorithm for calculating the optimal temperature regime of a chemical process in the presence of terminal constraints. The formulation of the problem of optimal control of a chemical process is given, in which constraints on the control parameter and phase variables are given. A method of solving this problem based on the penalty method and artificial immune systems is given. The penalty method allows to reduce the problem with terminal constraints to the problem without constraints by changing the optimality criterion. The new optimal control problem without terminal co

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Research review on Hybrid Solar-Thermal Air Conditioner used to Cooling by Vacuum Tube Collectors

The solar thermal heating and cooling by eat in the ground energy system is widely utilized. One of the most effective systems currently in use, the solar cooling system is also one of the healthiest and least destructive. Inside, a vacuum solar collector takes in the sun's rays and uses them to warm a fluid. A copper coil inside the accumulator transfers heat to the refrigerant as it travels through the compressor. After being heated, the refrigerant undergoes a cooling cycle within the system. Because the sun's energy is being used to its maximum potential, smaller compressors may be used, l

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Production of High Cetane Number Biodiesel from Jatropha Curcas L. Seed Oil: Improvement of Physicochemical Characteristics

Finding out how the trans-esterification process influences the chemical make-up and fuel quality of biodiesel made from Jatropha curcas L. seed oil is the main objective of this work. The extracted Jatropha oil was characterized by GC-MS and ICP technique and American Oil Chemist Society standards were used to study its physicochemical properties. Due to the fact that every physicochemical property does not meet WHO specifications, it has been determined to be non-edible oil; these findings demonstrate that the high oil content (30 %) and free fatty acid composition of Jatropha seed oil make

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