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Experimental Analysis and Modeling of Oil Droplet Formation and Rise Behavior under Deep-Sea Conditions

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Experimental Analysis and Modeling of Oil Droplet Formation and Rise Behavior under Deep-Sea Conditions (Volume 7) (English shop)

Simeon Jacob Pesch (Author)


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ISBN-13 (Hard Copy) 9783736972773
ISBN-13 (eBook) 9783736962774
Language English
Page Number 204
Lamination of Cover matt
Edition 1
Book Series Berichte aus dem Institut für Mehrphasenströmungen
Volume 7
Publication Place Göttingen
Place of Dissertation Hamburg
Publication Date 2020-09-22
General Categorization Dissertation
Departments Geosciences
Mechanical and process engineering
Keywords experiments, modeling, oil spill, oil droplet, rise behavior, deep-sea conditions, oil production, oil reservoir, solubility, live oil, spill response, free jet, turbulence, droplet breakup, dispersion, droplet size distribution, energy dissipation rate, turbulent kinetic energy, oil distribution, degassing, Deepwater Horizon, pilot plant, blowout, bubble, process engineering, multiphase flow, drop rise, endoscopic imaging, pressure drop, deep sea, methane, counter-current flow, high-pressure experiments, high pressure, buoyancy, internal degassing, Lagrangian, simulation, dissolution, deep plume, Versuche, Ölkatastrophe, Ölteppich, Anstiegsverhalten, Tiefseebedingungen, Erdölförderung, Ölreservoir, Löslichkeit, Lebendiges Öl, Überlaufreaktion, Freistrahl, Turbulenzen, Tröpfchenauflösung, Verteilung, Energiedissipationsrate, kinetische Energie, Entgasung, Tiefsee, Versuchsanlage, Blasenbildung, Blase, Verfahrenstechnik, Mehrphasenströmung, Druckabfall, Druckverlust, Methan, Gegenstromfluss, Hochdruckexperimente, Auftriebskraft, critical point, kritischer Punkt, concentration, Konzentration, scaling factor, Skalierfaktor, rise height, Förderhöhe, viscosity, Zähflüssigkeit, density, Dichte, acentric factor, exzentrischer Faktor
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In the context of deep-sea oil spills, oil dispersion in turbulent multiphase jets and the buoyancy-driven ascent of gas-saturated crude oil droplets are of critical importance. Experimental investigation and modeling of these aspects are the foundation of this work. Special attention is given to the specific fluid mechanic processes during a subsea blowout and the high-pressure conditions in the deep ocean.
Experiments at laboratory and pilot-plant scale as well as under atmospheric and elevated pressures give insights into the physics of oil dispersion and drop rise and lead to the development of novel model approaches. Experimental findings are discussed and integrated into four-dimensional simulations to demonstrate the effects on the oil distribution in the case of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.