Satish Nagarajaiah

Professor of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Rice University

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Satish Nagarajaiah on KCRW

BP has begun implementing " Top Kill ," to stop the Gulf oil gusher with mud under high pressure.

BP Attempts to Plug Well: Endless Oil and Endless Blame

BP has begun implementing " Top Kill ," to stop the Gulf oil gusher with mud under high pressure.

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BP is preparing for " Top Kill ," using mud to plug the broken oil well, if it concludes that high pressure won't cause new leaks in a weakened system.

BP Attempts to Plug Well: Endless Oil, Endless Blame

BP is preparing for " Top Kill ," using mud to plug the broken oil well, if it concludes that high pressure won't cause new leaks in a weakened system.

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