Optimization modeling of degradation processes in crude oil spilled on the sea surface considering the wind conditions

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Published May 31, 2020
Hikmat G. Asadov R. S. Mammadli

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The article describes an optimization model study of degradation processes in crude oil spilled on the sea surface considering the wind conditions. A new configuration of a simplified optimization model of the oil degradation process on the sea surface is proposed. Based on the proposed configuration, a simplified optimization model of oil degradation on the sea surface has been developed. The optimal relationship between the time dependence of the wind speed and the fractional volume of oil volatilization is established, at which the minimum fractional volume of oil dissolved in water is attained.

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Asadov HG, Mammadli RS. Optimization modeling of degradation processes in crude oil spilled on the sea surface considering the wind conditions. PST [Internet]. 2020May31 [cited 2020Aug.8];4(2(4):150-3. Available from: http://pipeline-science.com/index.php/PST/article/view/128

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Keywords

Degradation, hydrocarbons, modeling, optimization, fractional volume.

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