A Prototype High Seas Oil Recovery System. Phase I. System Development. Volume 2.
LOCKHEED MISSILES AND SPACE CO INC SUNNYVALE CALIF
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Results are presented on the preliminary design and development of a high seas oil spill recovery system. The oil recovery device consists of a series of vertical discs held in position by horizontal vanes which are attached on the disc peripheries. A stationary hollow trough is mounted through the center of the disc-vane assembly. Between the discs and attached to the top of the shaft are wipers. The discs, immersed less than their radius, rotate through the oil-water liquid to effect oil recovery. Vol. 2 includes Projected full-scale system performance Testing, scaling analysis, and Subsystem performance and References.
- Marine Engineering
- Water Pollution and Control