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NUMERICAL COMPARISON OF DRAG MODELS APPLIED TO SUBSEA GAS DISPERSION
Risk Analysis XI
Subsea gas releases can have catastrophic impacts on human life, offshore assets, and the environment. As a result of major accidents that occurred recently, government regulations and company policies enforce a formal assessment of risks related to subsea gas releases. The main objective of subsea gas dispersion modelling is to predict the properties such as plume width, gas volume fraction and mean velocities at the sea surface in order to provide input data for risk models quantifying thedoi:10.2495/risk180231 fatcat:ddqu3odkenf3zgvapvoffdi3fa