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The advantage is I don’t need to remember my account number or share that with everyone.” the source added.Please start acting and let people not destroy public property, Chief Justice Swatanter Kumar said The hearing of the case has been adjourned for two weeks Pandit also said 13 persons have been arrested for violence following the manhandling of SP MLA Abu Azmi in the Maharashtra Assembly earlier this week For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News Is there a quick way to stop the flow of oil in the Gulf of Mexico One maverick scientist says the answer may be as simple as dropping steel balls into the gushing well and that there’s no harm in trying But some petroleum engineers say the idea is too good to be true and could make matters worse Willard Wattenburg an electrical engineer and nuclear physicist from Greenville California made a name for himself by directing the capping of the more than 500 hundred burning oil wells in Kuwait after the Gulf War in 1991 His scientific connections helped put his idea on the desk of Energy Secretary Steven Chu The reasoning behind Wattenburg’s proposal is seductively simple If the steel balls are big enough in diameter their weight will pull them downward even through the upward-rushing torrent of oil and gas So they’ll settle into the well at some deep level and begin to clog it Two hundred tons of the things should slow the gusher enough that it can then be stopped with a more conventional injection of mud says Wattenburg a research scientist at the Research Foundation of California State University Chico and a consultant to Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory The big question is how large must the balls be to fall through the flow of oil and gas To find out Wattenburg suggests using a connection from the surface to the so-called blow-out preventer (BOP) on top of the well to pump in steel balls with a range of diameters up to about 38 centimeters (15 inches) Then engineers can simply observe which ones come flying back out of the top of the broken pipe at the top of the BOP where oil is currently flowing from the well If the larger balls don’t come out they must be sinking the well Wattenburg explains And if all the balls come out well no harm done "I would claim that you have an all-win no-lose experiment for little expense" says Wattenburg who estimates the cost at $100000 Wattenburg’s track record suggests that his idea should not be dismissed out of hand In 1991 scientists estimated that it would take 5 years to extinguish and cap more than 500 oil wells that the Iraqi army had left burning in Kuwait when it fled before the US-led invasion Wattenburg oversaw efforts that got the job done in 7 months In 1994 he invented a temporary bridge made from railroad flatbed cars that was used a year later to repair a section of an interstate highway in California that floods had destroyed As a Livermore scientist in the 1960s Wattenburg developed a means to monitor the size of underground nuclear explosions from afar Wattenburg who also hosts a radio talk show and is not afraid to recount his own accomplishments is well connected He forwarded his idea to a friend who on 2 June sent it directly to Chu Chu e-mailed back to say DOE had considered such a scheme but that there were complications Wattenberg says he would like to know what the complications are "All I’m looking for is proof that it won’t work" When it comes to possible complications petroleum engineers can name a few major ones For example oil and gas are not rushing up the well’s central pipe or "production casing" which has a diameter of 25 centimeters Rather they’re flowing through the space between that pipe and the larger outer casing which has a diameter of 38 centimeters Balls fed in through the BOP can take either route notes Julius Langlinais a petroleum engineer retired from Louisiana State University Baton Rouge So given the chance they’ll take the path of least resistance and go down the central pipe where there isn’t any flow he says "They would not fall where it’s going to make any difference" Langlinais predicts Simply pumping the balls into the well would also be difficult Langlinais says because those heavy enough to fall through the gushing oil would also be heavy enough to fall out of any slurry used to pump them Finally Langlinais says that balls that fall all the way down the well won’t plug it because the well can hold an essentially limitless number of them Wattenburg dismisses all these points Balls that go all the way down the center of the well would eventually get blown into the outer region where they’d work their magic he says And he says Langlinais simply doesn’t understand what different types of pumps can do "I think I can give you evidence that these [objections] are just not relevant" Wattenburg says Perhaps most important is Wattenburg’s claim that his experiment cannot make matters any worse That’s not necessarily so says Martin Chenevert a petroleum engineer at the University of Texas Austin "Once you get these steel balls in there you’ll never get them out" he says And that could greatly complicate future efforts to drive cement into the surrounding earth to help seal the well he says Given what’s happened since the Deepwater Horizon drill platform exploded on 20 April the claim that things couldn’t get worse in the Gulf of Mexico seems pretty dicey For more on the gulf oil spill see our full coverage and another 11% was between 20 and 60 years old (above).all at the same time. reminds you of the kind of low-on-stars, Read More “This study represents the first vaccine study to test the effectiveness of a P vivax vaccine candidate in humans using controlled human malaria infection,Arif Aqueel took out his usual Paigham-e-Mohabbat rally in his constituency to mark the occasion.” the communiqué said. has requested legal aid and assistance to meet his family.
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