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ipment for finding the wave height and wind speed. lculation to find the future estimation of the location’s behavior and characteristics, with the help of the previous data, an Mohammed Jahanzeb Choudary 5/15/2008 Figure  WaveRider Bouy Figure  Anemometer The City College of  City University of New York 138 th  Street, Convent Avenue, NewYork – NY – 10031 Course: Civil Engineering Data Analysis – CE 264 Prof. Hansong Tang Section: 1EF
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5/15/2008 T ABLE   OF  C ONTENTS
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5/15/2008 T ABLE   OF  F IGURES :
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5/15/2008 A CKNOWLEDGEMENT This report is sponsored by Ernest and Young Inc. LLC. The author is grateful to Prof. Tang  (CE Prof. at City College of CUNY) for his help and guidance to complete this report. The  author has great appreciation to the following classmates to help me out with this final  project: Kwame Clouden Om Dhodhary
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5/15/2008 Ming  G UIDE   TO  R EPORT : The report consists of different parts which leads to some important  statistical calculations  to determine future data and decision making analysis. In order to get the best out of the  report, the report is designed in such a way to assist in getting data faster and  understanding it to be easier. The report has the following parts: Introduction Part1: Best Pumping Location Equipment Selection Appendix Citations Index The formulas used in the report and the calculation done through the Excel are described  briefly in Appendices in the last part of the report.
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5/15/2008 P ROJECT : O IL  R ESERVE Determine the best location for drilling and best equipment for finding the  wave height and wind speed. I. I NTRODUCTION Background The oil reserve company has asked us to selection the best location in the area, showed in  figure 1. These location should be selected based upon their wave height. Using statistical  calculations, we have to find the location. The oil reserve location can be determined by the statistical and probabilistic calculation.  Thus, the oil reserve company should select the most economical and efficient location for the  oil reserve. This mainly depends upon the wave height statistics and wind speed, and other  physical obstructions that may occur. The locations offered by the company are as follows: 
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5/15/2008 Figure  The Location for the Oil Reserve | The circles represent Location 1, 2 and 3 respectively. These locations determine the reliability and safe erection of the oil reserve and its durability  to wind and other natural disasters that may occur in the future years. Therefore, we have to 
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