LIQUID OUTFLOW UNDER HIGH HEAD

A.F. Mustafin (Ufa State Petroleum Technological University),

A.G. Gumerov, Doctor of Technical Science (Institute of Energy Resources Transportation GUP), Sh. I. Rakhmatullin, Ñandidate of Technical Science

(RB Academy of Science, Center of Pipeline Transport Hydraulics)

 

 

Annotation: When the rate of oil outflow from defect cracks of damaged pipeline is calculated, it is proposed to account for sudden changes in the regime of outflow accompanied by lower rate of escaping liquid.

 

Key words: failure oil trunk line, oil outflow from defect holes, calculation of the outflow regimes.

 

List of references:

1. Altshule A.D. Hydraulic resistances. M.: Nedra, 1970.  242 p.

2. Guidance document “Method of evaluating damage caused to natural environment by main oil pipeline failures” / approved by Mintopenergo RF on 01.11.95.  M., 1996.  68 p.

3. Arzumanov E.S. Cavitation in local hydraulic resistances.  M.: Energiya, 1978.  303 p.

4. Lerke L.E., Boldov N.G., Sviridov V.P., Sidorenko A.V. Liquid outflow through rhomboid cracks // Up-to-date problems in pipeline transportation of oil. Symp. of scient. works / VNIISPTneft.  Ufa, 1986.  P. 73-78.

5. Rudnev S.S., Podvidz L.G. Laboratory course of hydraulics, pumps and hydraulic transmissions.  M.: Mashinostroyenie, 1974.  416 p.

 

The authors:

Mustafin Artur F.

Ufa State Petroleum Technological University

Assistant Examiner of the Chair «Construction and Maintenance

of Oil and Gas Pipelines and Storages»

450062, Ufa, ul. Cosmonavtov, 1

tel: (347) 242-08-14

e-mail: mustafin@ufamail.ru

 

 • Gumerov Asgat G., Doctor of Technical Science, Professor

Institute of Energy Resources Transportation GUP

General Director

450055, Ufa, pr. Octyabrya, 144/3

tel: (347) 231-37-58

e-mail: ipter@soros.bashedu.ru

 

Rakhmatullin Shamil I., Ñandidate of Technical Science

RB Academy of Science, Center of Pipeline Transport

Hydraulics  

Head of «Hydrodynamics of Hydrocarbon Stock Pipeline Transportation» Department

450055, Ufa, pr. Octyabrya, 144/3

tel: (347) 231-36-95