July 3-8, 2016
The fundamental understanding of gas and water system in geological sediments is necessary for greenhouse gas sequestration and future energy production. Depending on the surrounding environments that water, gas, and other substrate material coexist, several unique phases such as supercritical, dissolved gas, gas oversatu-rated, and hydrate could be formed. Especially, gas hydrates which are composed of water frameworks and several gaseous guest molecules have drawn people’s attention for its application such as methane production with carbon dioxide sequestration. For these reasons, to produce methane from natural gas hydrate and store carbon dioxide by replacement reaction, the thermodynamic behaviors of gas hydrate and its stability have become an important issue.
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Yun-Ho Ahn and Huen Lee, "Gas hydrate inhibition and its unique thermodynamic behaviors within the Porous clay sediment" in "Sixth International Conference on Porous Media and Its Applications in Science, Engineering and Industry", ECI Symposium Series, (2016). http://dc.engconfintl.org/porous_media_vi/25