3 edition of Testing of air-deployable incendiary devices for igniting oil on water found in the catalog.
Testing of air-deployable incendiary devices for igniting oil on water
Abstract also in French.
|Statement||by Energetex Engineering for the Research and Development Division, Environmental Emergency Branch, Environmental Impact Control Directorate.|
|Series||Technology development report -- EPS 4-EC-78-11, Environmental Protection Service report series|
|Contributions||Energetex Engineering, Canada. Environmental Emergency Branch. Research Development Division|
|LC Classifications||TD427.P4 T468 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 98 p. :|
|Number of Pages||98|
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Ignition and burning of crude oil on water pools and under arctic spring time conditions. Arctic Petroleum Operators Association Project 70 p. APOA, Calgary, Alta. Energetex Engineering. Testing of air-deployable incendiary devices for igniting oil on water.
Environment Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Report No. EPS 4-EC 78 11, 98 p. An API design separator functioned satisfactorily under simulated cold conditions. [from Spill Technology Newsletter 4(2) ] 79C TESTING OF AIR-DEPLOYABLE INCENDIARY DEVICES FOR IGNITING OIL ON WATER.
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Bill Gunston - The Cambridge Aerospace Dictionary (Cambridge Aerospace Series) () код для вставки. An alternative to centralized collection and disposal for the oil is an onsite, high-volume, open-flame flaring device.
This would elimi- nate most problems, such as hose freezing, associated with pumping oil/ice/water mixtures over long distances to shore. This device would have to be air-deployable and capable of burning diluted volumes of oil.
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