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Similarity Analysis in Scaling a Gas Hydrates Reservoir
AbstractA complete set of scaling criteria for gas hydrate reservoir of five-spot well system case is derived from the 3D governing equations, involving the mass balance equation, the energy balance equation, the kinetic model, the endothermic model and the phase equilibrium model. In the scaling criteria, the key parameters of the experiment are the water/gas production rates, the water injection rate, and the production time. By using the scaling criteria, the experimental results can be enlarged to a field scale. Therefore, the experimental results and the scaling criteria could be used to evaluate the hydrate dissociation strategies and the gas production potential of the hydrate reservoir.
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Wang, Y.; Xu, C.-G.; Li, X.-S.; Li, G.; Chen, Z.-Y. Similarity Analysis in Scaling a Gas Hydrates Reservoir. Energies 2013, 6, 2468-2480.View more citation formats
Wang Y, Xu C-G, Li X-S, Li G, Chen Z-Y. Similarity Analysis in Scaling a Gas Hydrates Reservoir. Energies. 2013; 6(5):2468-2480.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wang, Yi; Xu, Chun-Gang; Li, Xiao-Sen; Li, Gang; Chen, Zhao-Yang. 2013. "Similarity Analysis in Scaling a Gas Hydrates Reservoir." Energies 6, no. 5: 2468-2480.
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