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Kimberlina Closed System Reservoir Simulation


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The reservoir-scale CO2 migration model was developed based on a geological study in the Southern San Joaquin Basin, California, using the geologic and hydrogeologic data obtained from many oil fields in that region (Birkholzer et al., 2011; Zhou et al., 2011; Zhou and Birkholzer, 2011). The model was then improved by having more layers in the Vedder Formation (the injection layer) in Wainwright et al. (2013). The domain includes twelve discontinuous or continuous (stacked) formations, extending 84 km in the eastern direction and 112 km in the northern direction. The domain also includes several faults, which are considered to be semi-impermeable sealing faults at large depth. Please see ReadMe fore more details on this submission.

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Maintainer Paige Morkner
Last Updated May 27, 2020, 20:51 (EST)
Created May 22, 2020, 19:06 (EST)
Citation Wainwright, H. M.; Finsterle, S.; Zhou, Q.; Birkholzer, J. T. Modeling the Performance of Large-Scale CO2 Storage Systems: A Comparison of Different Sensitivity Analysis Methods. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 2013, 17, 189205.\r\n\r\n, DOI: 10.18141/1603331
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