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Feasibility study on the method for the detection of oil leaks into water.

Canada. Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development.

Feasibility study on the method for the detection of oil leaks into water.

by Canada. Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development.

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Published by Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oil pollution of water.

  • Edition Notes

    6

    The Physical Object
    Pagination84 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
    Number of Pages84
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22131714M

    Detecting oil in the northern Gulf of Mexico following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill presented unique challenges due to the spatial and temporal extent of the spill and the subsequent dilution of oil in the environment. Over time, physical, chemical, and biological processes altered the composition of the oil, further complicating its detection. 3]. Optical method more specific and sensitive compared to non-optical method, but their faces problem with the background noise. So, they need low reflection background material such as green grass, coarse snow, frost and sandy soil. But, direct and indirect leak detection also .

    Pipeline leak detection or integrity monitoring (PIM) systems have been applied to various operational pipelines. While most of the systems can meet the requirements for detecting leaks within a specified time period, they generate false alarms during normal pipeline operating conditions (API , Mears ). Such false alarms reduce theFile Size: 87KB. A feasibility study on heavy oil exploration by in-situ electric heating Y. Hao* China University of Geosciences, Beijing Received Febru ; Revised Decem There are many problems on the current exploration technologies of heavy oil, .

      A joint academic-industry research initiative funded by the U.S. Department of Transportation's Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) has lead to the development and refinement of a free-swimming device capable of detecting small leaks in oil product and natural gas pipelines. A similar study reports a mass balance compensation method for oil pipeline leak detection systems comparing the difference in mass at the two ends against mass balance experiments. The obtained result showed that the proposed system can function in various Cited by: 8.


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Get this from a library. Feasibility study on a method for the detection of oil leaks into water. [G W Hodgson; University of Calgary. Interscience Research and Development Group.; Task Force on Northern Oil Development (Canada).

Environmental-Social Committee.;]. Pipelines leaks normally begin at poor joints, corrosions and cracks, and slowly progress to a major leakage. Accidents, terror, sabotage, or theft are some of human factor of pipeline leak.

The primary purpose of Pipeline leak detection systems (PLDS) is to assist pipeline operators in detecting and locating leaks earlier. PLDS systems provide an alarm and display other related data to the Author: Mohamad Fani Sulaima, F.

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How Profitable is Pure Water. Eisler () reviewed the leak-detection technologies applied to Artic subsea pipelines and recommend fiber-optic-cable tech-nology for pipelines under such conditions. This method can de-tect leaks promptly, but with a high cost for equipment, installation, and maintenance.

Vrålstad et al. () compared five different leak-detection sys. The method, requiring the measurement of pressure and discharge fluctuations at only one location, has the potential to detect leaks in real-life pipe systems conveying different types of fluids.

Leak Program. Leak Detection and Repair Program for Oil and Gas production sources. While the natural gas and oil industry invest significant resources into maintaining their infrastructure, some leaks can be difficult to detect and may release methane and VOCs into the atmosphere.

Ina new system for water leak detection in underground water pipes have been proposed [9] - [11]. The method is based on time-domain reflectometry (TDR) which have been already used in the.

substances swept into the open water or sea by tidal ac- tions, rain water, wind, industrial processes etc.

This prob- lem creates room for oil spills with its attendant social, economic and environmental damages. It is also noted that in some developing countries, there is File Size: KB.

The cost effective maintenance of underwater pressure pipes for sewage disposal in Austria requires the detection and localization of leakages. Extrusion of wastewater in lakes can heavily influence the water and bathing quality of surrounding waters.

The Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) technology is a widely used technique for oil and gas pipeline leakage by: platform that can adequately monitor and detect pipeline leaks, it is a fundamental approach to oil and gas leaks detection that could lead to a conceptually real-time pipeline leak frequency model for oil and gas pipelines location monitoring and leak detection system [7].

The aim is essentially to present a Author: Georgewill M. Onengiye, Igulu K. Theophilus, Japheth R. Bunakiye. Monitoring oil on water. Point detection of oil leaks and spills - Market pull specifically for oil on water detection - Low ost alternative to existing infrastructure technologiesc - Real ime detection of t hydrocarbons - Works on water and in ice - Proof of principle prototype completed by Xylem - Current field trials by Enbridge Energy.

Mass Balance. The working principle of mass balance method for leak detection is straightforward [17,18]: if a leak occurs, the mass balance equation (accounting for the input and output mass flow rates and also the line pack variable rate) presents a systematic gh simple and certainly reliable, the primary difficulty in implementing this principle in practice derives Cited by:   Water leak detection is an expression more commonly used for larger, integrated systems installed in modern buildings or those containing valuable artifacts, materials or other critical assets where early notification of a potentially damaging lea.

can be utilized successfully for the determination of oil and grease in water samples. The method shows good linearity and precision, with a detection limit below mg/L. Tetrachloroethylene was found to be a suitable solvent for this analysis, and has a much lower environmental impact than the previously favored solvents such as CFC A trade-off exists between faster detection and ability to detect smaller leaks.

The penalty for pursuing faster detection of smaller leaks is an increase in false alarms. A limited number of false alarms can indicate that the LDS is sensitiv e to smaller leaks, but an excessive number of false alarms can be a distraction to operators.

A NOVEL APPROACH TO ESTIMATION OF LEAK VOLUME IN AN OIL PIPELINE U.J Obibuike, B. Obah, O.U.J. Ogwo, C.I.C. Anyadiegwu, C. Abonyi [email protected] Department of Petroleum Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Oweri, Imo State, Nigeria Received JanuAccepted Ap Abstract.

22/ Feasibility Study of Liquefied Natural Gas Project for the "South-Par" The development of conversion technologies of gas to export has been emphasized. Due to the changes in natural gas market which its global demand in is predicted to reach billion cubic meters (bcm) per. method balancing inlet and outlet volume flow is an example.

From a statistical point of view, leak detection is a detection problem, whereas leak location (and rate determination) is an estimation problem: Given the field data, the location (and the rate) of the leak has to be established.

A pilot study was conducted to evaluate technical and economic feasibility of treating oilfield produced water for beneficial reuse at the Placerita Canyon Oil Field, Los Angeles County, CA.

Beneficial reuse options evaluated included industrial, irrigation and potable water use. The major water quality concerns are: the total dissolvedFile Size: 49KB. Detection of oil in or on water The properties of oil and water are sufficiently different to make distinguishing them relatively easy.

Here we explore some of the state-of-the-art sensors used for oil in and on water detection, including interfaces. By Béla Lipták. The approximately ,mile fuel pipeline system in the US operates at flow rates up to {times} 10{sup 6} gallons per hour (GPH). Most commercial technologies only provide on-line leak detection at about % of flow rate, i.e., about 7, GPH or larger.

Detection of leaks at about 1 GPH or so is desirable both from a regulatory and leak-prevention by: 1. Leak d Detection feasibility study iFluids Engineering 1. Managing Risks, Delivering Value 2. | [email protected] About iFluids Engineering An ISO company No. of Projects Executed + Year of Establishment No.

of Employees in India 50+ No. of Employees in Asia 03 No. of Employees in Middle East 10+ Head Office Location India, Chennai Branch Offices .Water Detection in Oil and Fuel so its no surprise that water can make its way into an oil. Detecting water in oil is important when the amount of water content exceeds design limitations of equipment using oil, especially when continuous lubrication is a must.

At any moment of the day, there are people taking samples of oil to test for.