Thursday, November 20, 2008: 3:15 PM-5:45 PM
Salon I (Marriott Philadelphia Downtown)

Transport and Energy Processes (07)

#676 - Advance Modeling Methods in Carbon Dioxide Sequestration (07007)
The reactive transport process of sequestering carbon dioxide in geologic formations is complicated. This session will address advanced modeling issues related to storage of carbon dioxide in underground formations. Modeling heterogeneities and parameter uncertainties, model validation, upscaling laboratory scale information and flow and transport in faults and fractures would be some of the topics considered.
Chair:Milind D. Deo
3:15 PMModeling the Carbon Dioxide Sequestration Process: Technology Gaps and Validation
Milind Deo, Prashanth N. Mandalaparty, Zhiqiang Gu
3:40 PMEffects of Permeability Heterogeneity on CO2 Sequestration In Brine Formation
Si-Yong Lee, Weon Shik Han, Chuan Lu, Brian McPherson, Richard Esser
4:05 PMIncluding Long-Range Electrostatic Interactions In Carbon Dioxide Sequestration Models
Shela J. Aboud, Yangyang Liu, Jennifer L. Wilcox
4:30 PMCO2 Sequestration: Temperature and Gas Compositional Effects on the Kinetics and Mineralogical Reactions
Prashanth N. Mandalaparty, Kyeongseok Oh, Milind Deo, Joseph Moore
4:55 PMNumerical Investigation on Low-Viscosity-Ratio Drop Breakup In a Contraction Flow
Guangdong Zhu, Andrea A. Mammoli
5:20 PMUncertainty Modeling In Sequestration Applications
Milind D. Deo, Zhiqiang Gu, Prashanth N. Mandalaparty

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