APPLICATION OF NUMERICAL SIMULATION TO MONITOR VOID RATIO
EFFECT ON MIGRATION OF CRUDE OIL IN HORIZONTAL
AND HETEROGENEOUS SOIL DEPOSITION
Omonibeke K.K, Nwaoburu A.O, Eluozo S.N. and Olowu E.E
1Department of Mathematics Faculty of Science, Rivers State, University Port Harcourt
2Department of Civil College of Engineering Gregory University, Uturu Abia State
Department of Urban and Regional Planning
Port Harcourt Polytechnic, Rivers State
The paper investigates the impact of void ratio on the transport of crude oil in deltaic depositions, the system was express applying numerical modeling and simulation, several experts has monitor the depositions of crude oil in soil and water environment, but they could not monitor their rates of impacts from void ratios in different strata to phreatic beds. The study developed the behaviour of the contaminant at discretazed phase of the transport system through numerical simulations. The derived solution were applied through simulation generated values at different concentration from [0-100m] ranging from 2500.08 – 9.681208, 2500.08 – 9.681208, 2500.08-5.845671, 2500.8-3.924582, 2523.1-2.4, 2500-20.8, the study has express the variation refection on void ratio impact for crude oil transport in the study location.
Keywords: Numerical simulation void ratio crude oil and heterogeneous soil.