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CEE_Consultant Conductor
31-07-2019

Re: Sediment

Hi @KerryRainer Where water discharged from the FSRU reaches the seabed with a velocity exceeding 0.2 m/s (0.22 m/s is the predicted velocity) we expect fine sands will be lifted into suspension. Larger sand particles and cohesive mud will not be eroded at this velocity. The outcome will be a shallow hole in the seabed adjacent to the vessel. The hole will form in the first few days of operation and remain the same thereafter – that is, there will be initial local erosion and then the equili ...
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CEE_Consultant Conductor
17-07-2019

Re: Discharge ports, meters per second, cubic meters per second.

Hi @KerryRainer When we refer to the temperature of the plume, it is the temperature along the centreline of the plume
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CEE_Consultant Conductor
05-07-2019

Re: Discharge ports, meters per second, cubic meters per second.

Hi @RobH1 Apologies it has taken so long to get back to you. I have included a response to your queries below. ROBH1. You say that the plumes can dilute individually until it reaches the seabed or are mixed into the ambient flow. If, as you say the flow is 5.4 metres per second or 10.5 knots. A flow of 10.5 knots will not reach the seabed in a very short time, it is a very fast flow and having a continuous flow from the outlet at 18 million liters an hour the flow will create it's own "tidal" f ...
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CEE_Consultant Conductor
21-05-2019

Re: Discharge ports, meters per second, cubic meters per second.

Hi @KerryRainer, I am from CEE Environmental Scientists and Engineers. We are pleased to respond to your questions about the seawater discharge ports on the FSRU. The design and operation of the FSRU including the locations of intakes and discharge ports and the velocity of discharge flows was based on an understanding of the project at the time of preparing the EES and EPBC referrals. The seawater discharge ports return seawater used to heat the LNG back to a gas. During the heat-exchange pro ...
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