Wed, May 10, 2017
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Date: Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
Presenter: James Brydie, Alberta Innovates Technology Futures
Project Team Leader: Marzie Derakhshesh, Enbridge
PRCI Project Manager: Carrie Greaney
The focus of this study was to determine the influence of subsurface engineered boundaries associated with the trench walls, and the presence of a water table, upon the leakage behavior of a range of hydrocarbon products. The project numerically modelled three products which were chosen to span a range of fluid types and viscosities. Laboratory simulations of leakage were carried out for the most viscous product in order to capture plume dispersion in semi-real time, and to allow numerical More...predictions to be assessed against experimental data.
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Final Report: PR-487-143727-R01Numerical Modelling and Laboratory Simulation of Subsurface Fluid Migration from Small Pipeline Leaks
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Keywords: Liquid Leaks, Subsurface Fluid Migration