Dynamic effect in capillary pressure-saturation relationship for CO2-H2O-sand system: application to CO2 sequestration
conference contributionposted on 2014-08-21, 13:27 authored by Luqman K. Abidoye, Diganta Bhusan Das
The non-uniqueness in capillary pressure (Pc) and saturation (S) relationship is of concerns to researchers of two-phase systems in porous media. This is because of its effect on the effective monitoring and control of the two-phase flow in porous media, especially the case of CO2-brine system encountered in geological carbon sequestration. This work aims to investigate the dynamic effects in Pc-S relationship for CO2-water system and quantify it by the parameter known as the dynamic coefficient.
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Published inUKCCSRC Winter School 2013
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CitationABIDOYE, L.K. and DAS, D.B., 2013. Dynamic effect in capillary pressure-saturation relationship for CO2-H2O-sand system: application to CO2 sequestration. IN: The 3rd UKCCSRC Early Career Researcher Winter School, The University of Edinburgh, Scotland, 8 - 11 January 2013.
PublisherUK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre (UKCCSRC)
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