Vol. 12 3, 2022 p 292 - 301


Article name, authors, abstract and keyword


Analysis of motion resistance force coefficients for oil transfer by various types of transportation

Dmitry S. Snigerev a, Mikhail O. Myznikov b

a Transneft Western Siberia, JSC, 111, bldg 1 Krasny Put Str., Omsk, 644033, Russian Federation
b Omsk State Technical University, 11 Prospect Mira, Omsk, 644050, Russian Federation

DOI: 10.28999/2541-9595-2022-12-3-292-301

Abstract: The paper looks into the question of justification of the oil transportation method selection pipeline, railroad, automotive and marine transport in the Russian Federation. It states that literature references include publications dedicated to the analysis of efficiency of various types of transport on the basis of economic indicators, however such assessment has a number of limitations due to the specifics of the product being transported. The authors propose to evaluate efficiency of pipeline, railroad, automotive and marine transport on the basis of a single physical indicator motion resistance force coefficient from the media side. An algorithm for calculation of the said parameter for main pipeline is proposed. The values of friction resistance force coefficients are obtained for oil movement for the type of transport being considered. It is shown that the lowest value of friction resistance force during oil transportation is found in marine and pipeline (under certain technological conditions) transport, maximum indicator, and thus the maximum consumption of energy for overcoming the media movement resistance, has automotive transport. With design loading of oil pipeline the motion resistance force from the media is comparable to the corresponding indicator for the rail transport. The proposed approach can be used for estimation of the energy use for delivery of oil to select the optimal method of hydrocarbons transportation, as well as justification of feasibility of construction and operation of main oil pipelines.

Keywords: oil transportation, resistance force, motion resistance force, friction force, energy use, specific electrical energy use, energy efficiency

For citation:
Snigerev D. S., Myznikov M. O. Analysis of motion resistance force coefficients for oil transfer by various types of transportation. Science & Technologies: Oil and Oil Products Pipeline Transportation. 2022;12(3):292301. https://doi.org/10.28999/2541-9595-2022-12-3-292-301

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