Effective Elastic and Neutron Capture Cross Section Calculations Corresponding to Simulated Fluid Properties from CO2 PushPull Simulations
Abstract
The submission contains a .xls files consisting of 10 excel sheets, which contain combined list of pressure, saturation, salinity, temperature profiles from the simulation of CO2 pushpull using Brady reservoir model and the corresponding effective compressional and shear velocity, bulk density, and fluid and timelapse neutron capture cross section profiles of rock at times 0 day (baseline) through 14 days. First 9 sheets (each named after the corresponding CO2 pushpull simulation time) contains simulated pressure, saturation, temperature, salinity profiles and the corresponding effective elastic and neutron capture cross section profiles of rock matrix at the time of CO2 injection. Each sheet contains two sets of effective compressional velocity profiles of the rock, one based on Gassmann and the other based on Patchy saturation model. Effective neutron capture cross section calculations are done using a proprietary neutron crosssection simulator (SNUPAR) whereas for the thermodynamic properties of CO2 and bulk density of rock matrix filled with fluid, a standalone fluid substitution tool by Schlumberger is used. Last sheet in the file contains the bulk modulus of solid rock, which is inverted from the rock properties (porosity, sound speed etc) based on Gassmann model. Bulk modulus of solid rock in turn is usedmore »
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 1018
 DOE Contract Number:
 EE0001554
 Research Org.:
 USDOE Geothermal Data Repository (United States); Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (LBNL), Berkeley, CA (United States)
 Sponsoring Org.:
 USDOE Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), Geothermal Technologies Program (EE2C)
 Collaborations:
 Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
 Subject:
 15 Geothermal Energy
 Keywords:
 geothermal; energy; CO2; carbon dioxide; pushpull; active seismic; well logging; EGS; neutron capture; SNUPAR; stimulation; sensitivity analysis; characterization; fault; fracture; fluid; brine
 Geolocation:
 39.9883,118.816739.5883,118.816739.5883,119.216739.9883,119.216739.9883,118.8167
 OSTI Identifier:
 1452749
 DOI:
 https://doi.org/10.15121/1452749
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Citation Formats
Chugunov, Nikita, and Altundas, Bilgin. Effective Elastic and Neutron Capture Cross Section Calculations Corresponding to Simulated Fluid Properties from CO2 PushPull Simulations. United States: N. p., 2018.
Web. doi:10.15121/1452749.
Chugunov, Nikita, & Altundas, Bilgin. Effective Elastic and Neutron Capture Cross Section Calculations Corresponding to Simulated Fluid Properties from CO2 PushPull Simulations. United States. doi:https://doi.org/10.15121/1452749
Chugunov, Nikita, and Altundas, Bilgin. 2018.
"Effective Elastic and Neutron Capture Cross Section Calculations Corresponding to Simulated Fluid Properties from CO2 PushPull Simulations". United States. doi:https://doi.org/10.15121/1452749. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1452749. Pub date:Wed Mar 07 00:00:00 EST 2018
@article{osti_1452749,
title = {Effective Elastic and Neutron Capture Cross Section Calculations Corresponding to Simulated Fluid Properties from CO2 PushPull Simulations},
author = {Chugunov, Nikita and Altundas, Bilgin},
abstractNote = {The submission contains a .xls files consisting of 10 excel sheets, which contain combined list of pressure, saturation, salinity, temperature profiles from the simulation of CO2 pushpull using Brady reservoir model and the corresponding effective compressional and shear velocity, bulk density, and fluid and timelapse neutron capture cross section profiles of rock at times 0 day (baseline) through 14 days. First 9 sheets (each named after the corresponding CO2 pushpull simulation time) contains simulated pressure, saturation, temperature, salinity profiles and the corresponding effective elastic and neutron capture cross section profiles of rock matrix at the time of CO2 injection. Each sheet contains two sets of effective compressional velocity profiles of the rock, one based on Gassmann and the other based on Patchy saturation model. Effective neutron capture cross section calculations are done using a proprietary neutron crosssection simulator (SNUPAR) whereas for the thermodynamic properties of CO2 and bulk density of rock matrix filled with fluid, a standalone fluid substitution tool by Schlumberger is used. Last sheet in the file contains the bulk modulus of solid rock, which is inverted from the rock properties (porosity, sound speed etc) based on Gassmann model. Bulk modulus of solid rock in turn is used in the fluid substitution.},
doi = {10.15121/1452749},
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place = {United States},
year = {2018},
month = {3}
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