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Coupled Flow Processes in Fractured Media Across Scales: Experimental and Modeling Advances II

Abstract : In fractured media, fluid flow depends on and induces coupled processes (hydrogeological-mechanical-chemical-biological-thermal) across a wide range of time and length scales. Understanding fluid flow and its coupling with different processes is critical for numerous subsurface applications including petroleum and geothermal reservoir management, environmental remediation, carbon sequestration, and long-term radioactive waste isolation. This session focuses on recent research that provides mechanistic understanding and predictive capability of physical processes in fractured media including coupled flow and geomechanics, non-Fickian transport, colloid and bacterial transport, mixing and reaction, fluid/mineral interactions, and biofilm formation. In particular, we encourage submissions related to (1) experiments and field observations, (2) new theoretical and numerical modeling approaches (direct simulation in single fractures, discrete fracture network modeling, upscaling methodologies, and multi-scale methods), and (3) the integration of data and models for observational interpretation and model validation.
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Jeffrey Hyman, Peter Kyungchul Kang, Jan-Olof Selroos, Philippe Davy. Coupled Flow Processes in Fractured Media Across Scales: Experimental and Modeling Advances II. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2019, American Geophysical Union, Dec 2019, San Francisco, United States. pp.H33C. ⟨insu-02402468⟩



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