Liquid and Gaseous Energy Resources
publishes articles devoted to transportation of liquid and gaseous energy resources: hydrocarbons, crude oil, oils, petroleum, water, hydrogen, biofuel
The List of Principal Topics:
- ▸ Transportation, production and use of hydrocarbons, liquid and gaseous energy resources
- ▸ Chemical products and reagents based on petrochemical raw materials
- ▸ Geothermal energy
- ▸ Transportation and treatment of water, wastewater systems
- ▸ Safety and ecology of liquid and gaseous energy resources
- ▸ History of science and technologies for liquid and gaseous energy resources
- ▸ Alternative and renewable energy. Conversion and use of electric energy
Liquid and Gaseous Energy Resources (LGER) ISSN (Online) 2669-2791 is devoted to transportation of the resources, i.e. technologies of transportation, equipment, machines, constructions, safety, reliability and logistics. Additionally, production, storage and use of the energy resources are also available. The scope is transportation of liquid and gaseous energy resources: hydrocarbons, crude oil, oils, petroleum, water, hydrogen, biofuel, etc.
Established in 2021 and published 2 times a year (semiannually).
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Study of horizontal aerodynamic force directed against a fluid flow at oscillations of elastically suspended plate
Alexey Zotov, Anvar Valeev
The Paper is devoted to the construction and study of a mathematical model of plate vibrations in the incoming flow of the medium. A system with two degrees of freedom was investigated. Within the framework of the proposed mathematical model, stable modes of plate vibrations are obtained, in which the horizontal aerodynamic force acting on the plate is directed against the incoming flow. In this case, the angle between the velocity vector of the pressure center of the plate and the plate itself
Liquid and Gaseous Energy Resources, Vol. 2, Issue 2, 2022, p. 58-65.
On the use of a network of trunk pipelines to compensate for the shortage of water resources at the expense of the country’s deep Siberian rivers
Boris N. Mastobaev, Rinat M. Karimov, Anvar R. Valeev, Radmir R. Tashbulatov, Alexander V. Kolchin, Evgeniya A. Lokshina
The paper discusses topical issues and problems of water supply in scarce and arid regions of the country, including the redistribution of water flows from high-flowing Siberian rivers, which are heavily overflowing during the flood period. In particular, an overview of world experience in solving water supply problems is given, both through desalination of sea water and the use of underground sources, and through the construction of canals and main water pipelines, from futuristic ideas to proj
Liquid and Gaseous Energy Resources, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2022, p. 20-30.
The application of ferromagnetic additives to increase the hydraulic efficiency of main oil pipelines
Adelina Sagadeeva, Anvar Valeev
The article presents researches of ferromagnetic additives that can reduce the internal roughness of the pipeline, thereby reducing the hydraulic resistance. A setup has been developed for conducting experiments to determine the effectiveness of ferromagnetic additives. The results of experiments are presented, which showed that the additives allow increasing the volumetric flow rate of the pumped medium.
Liquid and Gaseous Energy Resources, Vol. 1, Issue 2, 2021, p. 86-90.
Sucker rod pump frequency-elastic drive mode development – from the numerical model to the field test
Clemens Langbauer, Thomas Langbauer, Rudolf Fruhwirth, B. Mastobaev
A frequency-elastic drive mode for a sucker rod pumping system is introduced to reduce its polished rod peak loads and the total energy consumption. Numerical modeling and an extensive field test verify the concept. The frequency-elastic drive mode is a software solution for variable speed drive systems, which can be applied in the controller and does not require any hardware adjustments. The novel drive mode adjusts the set frequency, sent by the controller to the frequency converter, depending
Liquid and Gaseous Energy Resources, Vol. 1, Issue 1, 2021, p. 64-85.