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Upward and downward two-phase flow of in a pipe: Comparison between experimental data and model predictions
In order to deploy capture and storage (CCS) systems to mitigate climate change, it is crucial to develop reliable models for design and operational considerations. A key element of the system is the interface between transportation and storage, namely the injection well, where various transient...
Coupled CO2-well-reservoir simulation using a partitioned approach: effect of reservoir properties on well dynamics
We present a model framework for dynamic simulation of the flow of (Formula presented.) and other components in an injection well coupled with a near-well reservoir. With a partitioned approach, we employ numerical methods adapted to the governing equations in each domain. In both well and reservoir...
A combined fluid-dynamic and thermodynamic model to predict the onset of rapid phase transitions in LNG spills
Bulk and interfacial thermodynamics of mixtures: From ultracryogenic fluids to aqueous systems
Accurate quantum-corrected cubic equations of state for helium, neon, hydrogen, deuterium and their mixtures
Cubic equations of state have thus far yielded poor predictions of the thermodynamic properties of quantum fluids such as hydrogen, helium and deuterium at low temperatures. Furthermore, the shape of the optimal α functions of helium and hydrogen have been shown to not decay monotonically as for...
Open source code: Thermopack software perfoms thermodynamic calculations
Depressurization of CO2 in a pipe:High-resolution pressure and temperature data and comparison with model predictions
The design of safe and cost-efficient CO2-transportation systems is an integral part of CO2 capture and storage (CCS) deployment. To achieve this, accurate transient flow models capturing the occurrence of gas, liquid and solid CO2 are needed. These in turn rely on experimental validation. In this...