Research

Advancement of Quantitative Measurements of ISB Volumes and Burn Rates in Open Water

Project Number
1108
Program
Progress Date
02/03/2022
Category
Performing Activity
Principal Investigator
Paul Panetta & Richard Byrne
Contracting Agency
Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement
Contract Award Value
$623,695.00
Estimated Completion Date
10/31/2021
Description

The objective of this project is to enhance an in situ burn (ISB) quantification system previously developed under OSRR Project #1074. The system is designed to provide near real-time quantification of volumes of crude oil being burned thus yielding burn rate and efficiency. A series of small- and large-scale test burns will be conducted to acquire data for algorithms to accurately measure and quantify burning volumes and efficiencies to advance the state of maturity of the technology for commercialization.

Latest progress update

The project is complete.

Status
Completed
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Peer Review Status
N/A