Monday, June 07, 2010

Calling all engineers

I can't possibly decipher this scenario.  I'm just not qualified.  But I'd appreciate it if those of you who understand the physics of it could take a look.  Thanks. 

Sorry about the sideways view but I can send you a .pdf and you can rotate it if requested. Much love.

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5 comments:

Clay said...

http://www.theoildrum.com/node/6559

The Oil Drum explains the most important illustrations. Note they also have a link to the congressional site which has it rotated properly.

The biggest mistake that BP talks about in the slides is their casing design. It's totally, totally fucked. There's a good chance of losing the wellhead, which would be a nightmare scenario and would make completing the relief wells much, much harder.

Anonymous said...

How is it that BP can choose not to disclose dispersant ingredients under "proprietary" ? Doesn't OSHA require Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) on all materials used? Help AZ!

Anonymous said...

If you right-click on the BP slide show, the menu that will come up allows you to rotate clockwise, then you can scroll through the pages.

Great work as always, thanks!

Clay said...

"Calling all engineers"

But you only needed to call one?

Dambala said...

apparently you're the only that matters.