Research / Research

Determine the Relative Efficiency of Various Surface Dispersant Delivery Techniques/Systems

Project Number
1090
Program
Progress Date
09/18/2018
Category
Performing Activity
Principal Investigator
Amy McCleney, PhD.
Contracting Agency
Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement
Contract Award Value
$267,178.00
Estimated Completion Date
09/13/2018
Description

This project developed a technology selection approach to aid in the decision making process for determining the relative effectiveness of dispersant delivery techniques/systems based on various spill characteristics and delivery system capabilities. Parameters considered include spill characteristics and properties; evaporation processes; spray platforms, weather patters and effects; environmental restrictions; and dispersant characteristics. 

Latest progress update

Completed

Status
Completed
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Peer Review Status
N/A