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Vertical Equilibrium Flow Models with Fully Coupled Geomechanics for CO2 Storage Modeling, Using Precomputed Mechanical Response Functions
Vertical equilibrium (VE) models have proved to be attractive for simulation of \co storage scenarios. Their primary advantage is a substantial reduction in computational requirements compared to standard 3D simulation ...
Vertically averaged equations with variable density for CO2 flow in porous media
Carbon capture and storage has been proposed as a viable option to reduce CO 2 emissions. Geological storage of CO 2 where the gas is injected into geological formations for practically indefinite storage, is an ...
Layout of CCS monitoring infrastructure with highest probability of detecting a footprint of a CO2 leak in a varying marine environment
Monitoring of the marine environment for indications of a leak, or precursors of a leak, will be an intrinsic part of any subsea CO2 storage projects. A real challenge will be quantification of the probability of a given ...