Numerical simulation on solubility of CO2 in aquifer

Sith Sona, Kyuro Sasaki, Yuichi Sagai, A. Fujiwara

研究成果: 会議への寄与タイプ論文

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Carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology has been considered as an important method for reducing the greenhouse gas emissions and for mitigating global climate change (IPCC, 2005). The solubility data are important for many processes in CCS project, especially in CO2 geological storage. The solubility of gas in liquid is generally known as the solute properties dissolve in the solvent. The mole fraction of gas dissolved in liquid is various; it depends on properties of either gas or liquid. In this study, the STARS was used for numerical simulations on effects of gas solubility in geological CO2 storage. In this study, a typical model was assumed as that CO2 gas is injected into an aquifer in 1001 m depth and gas solubility in water can be defined by K-values. The sensitivity study on effects of applying gas solubility was investigated by changing injection pressure and initial reservoir temperature. The result shows that the pressure and temperature have significant effect on CO2 gas solubility in the aquifer.

元の言語英語
ページ1-5
ページ数5
出版物ステータス出版済み - 1 1 2013
イベント19th Formation Evaluation Symposium of Japan 2013 - Chiba, 日本
継続期間: 9 26 20139 27 2013

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その他19th Formation Evaluation Symposium of Japan 2013
日本
Chiba
期間9/26/139/27/13

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Aquifers
solubility
Solubility
Gases
aquifer
Computer simulation
gas
simulation
Carbon capture
liquid
Liquids
dissolved gas
carbon
Gas emissions
global climate
Greenhouse gases
solute
Climate change
greenhouse gas
temperature

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Geochemistry and Petrology
  • Geotechnical Engineering and Engineering Geology

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Sona, S., Sasaki, K., Sagai, Y., & Fujiwara, A. (2013). Numerical simulation on solubility of CO2 in aquifer. 1-5. 論文発表場所 19th Formation Evaluation Symposium of Japan 2013, Chiba, 日本.

Numerical simulation on solubility of CO2 in aquifer. / Sona, Sith; Sasaki, Kyuro; Sagai, Yuichi; Fujiwara, A.

2013. 1-5 論文発表場所 19th Formation Evaluation Symposium of Japan 2013, Chiba, 日本.

研究成果: 会議への寄与タイプ論文

Sona, S, Sasaki, K, Sagai, Y & Fujiwara, A 2013, 'Numerical simulation on solubility of CO2 in aquifer' 論文発表場所 19th Formation Evaluation Symposium of Japan 2013, Chiba, 日本, 9/26/13 - 9/27/13, pp. 1-5.
Sona S, Sasaki K, Sagai Y, Fujiwara A. Numerical simulation on solubility of CO2 in aquifer. 2013. 論文発表場所 19th Formation Evaluation Symposium of Japan 2013, Chiba, 日本.
Sona, Sith ; Sasaki, Kyuro ; Sagai, Yuichi ; Fujiwara, A. / Numerical simulation on solubility of CO2 in aquifer. 論文発表場所 19th Formation Evaluation Symposium of Japan 2013, Chiba, 日本.5 p.
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