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000063508 245__ $$aNumerical analysis of stable brine displacements for evaluation of density-dependent flow theory
000063508 269__ $$a2001
000063508 260__ $$c2001
000063508 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000063508 520__ $$aA numerical modelling approach, used for the analysis of stable brine displacement results, is described. The purpose of the analysis is to evaluate recent theoretical advances in modelling of density-dependent flow and transport. The data analysis involved two stages. A model based on the classical density-dependent transport theory was developed for the first stage of the analysis. Transport parameters were obtained using a sequential fitting method. The numerical model was then modified to incorporate a non-linear dispersion theory that had been recently proposed for high concentration displacements. This modified model was used to reanalyse the results obtained from the brine displacement experiments. Overall, the results of the analysis indicated that a modified transport model was required to adequately describe stable brine displacements.
000063508 6531_ $$aConcentration-dependent dispersion
000063508 6531_ $$aPorous media
000063508 6531_ $$aNumerical model
000063508 6531_ $$aDensity-dependent flow
000063508 6531_ $$aSolute transport
000063508 6531_ $$aSalt transport
000063508 6531_ $$aParameter estimation
000063508 6531_ $$aNumerical solution
000063508 700__ $$aWatson, S. J.
000063508 700__ $$0240314$$aBarry, D. A.$$g169209
000063508 773__ $$j26$$k4$$q325-331$$tPhysics and Chemistry of the Earth, Part B
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