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Significance and Use
3.1 Trajectory models are used to predict the future movement and fate of oil (forecast mode) in contingency planning, in exercises and during real spill events. This information is used for planning purposes to position equipment and response personnel in order to optimize a spill response. Oil-spill trajectory models are used in the development of scenarios for training and exercises. The use of models allows the scenario designer to develop incidents and situations in a realistic manner.
3.3 In those cases where the degree of risk at various locations from an unknown source is needed, trajectory models can be used in an inverse mode to identify the sources of the pollution (hindcast mode).
1.2 This practice applies only to oil-spill models and does not consider the broader need for models in other fields. This practice considers only computer-based models, and not physical modeling of oil-spill processes.
ICS Number Code 75.180.10 (Exploratory, drilling and extraction equipment)
UNSPSC Code 77131502(Oil spillage control services)
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ASTM F2067-13, Standard Practice for Development and Use of Oil-Spill Trajectory Models, ASTM International, West Conshohocken, PA, 2013, www.astm.orgBack to Top