Experimental study of multiphase flow in porous media during CO2 geo‐sequestration processes
Assoc. Prof. Reza Rezaee
Prof. Brian Evans
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School of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, Department of Petroleum Engineering
A range of variable factors are expected to influence multiphase flow during CO2 geological sequestration. In order to investigate the effects of a number of these factors, a range of core-flooding experiments was carried out. Those factors which were expected to strongly influence the multiphase flow characteristics of the rock-fluids system during CO2 geo-sequestration, including cyclic CO2-brine flooding, flow direction, change in the reservoir net effective pressure and existence of residual natural gas saturation, were investigated.
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