A Device to Seal the BP Deepwater Horizon Incident

In 2010, when the Deepwater Horizon incident occurred I submitted a device that can seal the giant leak. Here is the description.

Brief Description of Technology:

This device will allow the existing cap to seal the leak by increasing the pressure on the cap 100- fold or more. It will require addition of a specialized device that can be constructed separately and added on the top of the cap. This will allow two major advantages and add capabilities that are lacking in the currently used cap: 1)   It will increase the pressure on the cap over 100X or more, allowing the cap to function more efficiently and significantly reduce the leak or close it all together, 2) it will allow the cap from dislodged easily (like it happened recently when a robot bumped it accidently) either due to underwater waves or accidental bumps. This device is easy to construct and can be assembled once manufactured in a factory by robotic machines.

Materials Required (50 words or less):

The device will require manufacturing of steel, titanium or alloy based, extremely strong rotor, large blades that can be fabricated like the Oriental Fan, to manipulate the pressure being exerted on the top of the cap. This sort of device will require steel mills or helicopter rotor blade factory.

Equipment Required (50 words or less):

Once the device is manufactured, it will require robotic carriers to take under water and assemble on the top of the existing cap.

Expertise Required – including description and numbers (100 words or less):

The manufacturing of the device will require expertise of helicopter rotor blade produces, materlergy expert that can develop an allow that can withstand extremely high surface pressure without banding and engineers who can design rotor blades that stacks on top of each other and can be manually or automatically extended or retracted by the robotic machines.

 

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