2 edition of Computer modeling of five-spot well pattern fluid flow during in situ uranium leaching found in the catalog.
Computer modeling of five-spot well pattern fluid flow during in situ uranium leaching
Donald I Eurth
Bibliography: p. 36-37
|Statement||by Donald I. Eurth and Robert D . Schmidt|
|Series||Report of investigations - Bureau of Mines ; 8287|
|Contributions||Schmidt, R. D. joint author, United States. Bureau of Mines|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 76 p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
IAEA-TECDOC Recent developments in uranium resources and production with emphasis on in situ leach mining. Proceedings of a technical meeting organized by the IAEA in co-operation with the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, the Bureau of Geology, and China National Nuclear Corporation held in Beijing, 1823 September June IAEA-TECDOC.
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The model provides uranium resource developers with a simulation of leachant flow characteristics in a preproduction or pilot five-spot leaching operation. Various types of acquifers are modeled using closed form solutions of the partial differential equations describing the change in fluid head (pressure) as the leaching operation is carried out.
Computer modeling of five-spot well pattern fluid flow during in situ uranium leaching. [Washington]: Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, (OCoLC) Online version: Kurth, Donald I. Computer modeling of five-spot well pattern fluid flow during in situ uranium leaching.
[Washington]: Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, Computer modeling of five-spot well pattern fluid flow during in situ uranium leaching / ([Washington, D.C.]: Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, ), by Donald I.
Some operations such as San Manuel have used the seven-spot well pattern, which has a higher ratio of recovery to injection wells. The seven-spot pattern results in more uniform flow, whereas the five-spot pattern requires fewer wells and therefore has lower capital costs (Bartlett,Burt et al.,Ramey and Beane, ).Cited by: A Streamtube Approach for Modeling Mass and Heat Migration for Thermal Recovery Methods.
carried out for a five-spot well pattern in. Modeling of In-Situ Uranium Leaching. Article. Fluid flow dynamics in oil and gas reservoirs are reviewed. Presentation of the volumetric, material balance, and performance decline methods for oil and gas reserve estimation focused on the business side of analyzing production from carbonate reservoirs.
The application of computer modeling is effective in characterizing carbonate reservoirs. Page Reduction of Total Dissolved Solids at a Restored In Situ Uranium Solution Mining Site Uranium-Contaminated Aquifer Restoration at an In Situ Uranium Solution Mining Site The In Situ Mining Process Simplified In Situ Uranium Solution Mine Flow Sheet ':' ' i.
In-Situ Leaching (Solution Mining) In—situ leaching is a relatively new method of extracting uranium in which wells are injected with a lixiviant and the uranium- bearing liquor is recovered. The uranium is recovered by drilling into the ore body, circulating a lixiviant to dissolve the mineral, extracting the values from the liquor and.
Engineered injection and extraction (EIE) is a method of in situ remediation of contaminated groundwater in which a treatment chemical that reacts with the contaminant is injected into the.
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The pore space as well as the porosity can be divided into an interconnected or effective porosity available to fluid flow and a disconnected porosity unavailable to fluid flow.
The latter porosity is of no concern to the EOR processes discussed here; hence in the rest of this text the word porosity means effective porosity only (Collins, ).5/5(1).
Uranium extraction in the subsequent acid leach is not improved by salt roasting. Even under optimum roasting conditions the uranium extraction may be inferior to that obtained by direct acid leaching of the raw ore.
In the USA the salt roasting process has been replaced by hydrometallurgical processing. The raw ore is hot leached at 80 to 90°C. Modeling of a uranium resource is the first and most important step in selecting a mining method that will optimize exploitation of a mineralized deposit.
The term resource as used in this discussion is defined as any anomalous higher concentration of uranium. Mining methods considered are underground, open pit and in situ leaching (ISL). ADVANCES IN POROUS MEDIA Volume 3 Further titles in this series: 1 M.Y.
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