Hydraulic exponent for predicting oil travel time in Rivers: A case of pipeline river crossing

Babatunde Anifowose, Damian Lawler, Dan van der Horst, Lee Chapman

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Abstract

This paper aims to (a) increase our understanding of flow and velocity
variation at Lokoja cross-section, River Niger (Fig. 1); (b) establish a
range of Oil Travel Time (OTT) estimates for the River Niger at Lokoja
based on velocity hydraulic exponent (v = kQm ); and, (c) provide a case
study example useful for impact assessment in the ongoing efforts to
explore oil at the inland river basins of Nig
Original languageEnglish
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2011

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Hydraulic exponent for predicting oil travel time in Rivers : A case of pipeline river crossing. / Anifowose, Babatunde; Lawler, Damian; van der Horst, Dan; Chapman, Lee.

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