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Modelling and monitoring of geological carbon storage: a perspective on cross-validation

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Modelling and monitoring of geological carbon storage : a perspective on cross-validation. / Jiang, Xi; Akber Hassan, Wasim Akram; Gluyas, Jon.

In: Applied Energy, Vol. 112, 12.2013, p. 784-792.

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title = "Modelling and monitoring of geological carbon storage: a perspective on cross-validation",
abstract = "Effective monitoring and numerical simulations are essential to understanding the implications of long-term geological carbon storage; in particular, the predictions of CO2 plume flow under storage conditions, storage integrity of sites, and the design and operational aspects of the CO2 storage projects could be significantly supplemented. Site monitoring data can assure reliability and accuracy of the numerical simulation while numerical prediction results will provide more detailed information on the storage process. The cross-validation between numerical modelling results and monitoring data can play a major role in the development of carbon capture and storage technology. This paper briefly reviews the monitoring and modelling technologies associated with geological carbon storage. In addition, the spatial and temporal resolutions of the numerical simulations are highlighted, while estimations on the resolutions of some commonly used monitoring technologies are also presented. It is revealed that there are gaps in the correlations and cross-validation between the two technologies, where a possible option to reduce the gaps is to enforce more research efforts on multi-scale modelling and appropriate variable correlations.",
keywords = "Carbon capture and storage , Modelling, Monitoring , Resolution , Validation",
author = "Xi Jiang and {Akber Hassan}, {Wasim Akram} and Jon Gluyas",
year = "2013",
month = dec,
doi = "10.1016/j.apenergy.2013.01.068",
language = "English",
volume = "112",
pages = "784--792",
journal = "Applied Energy",
issn = "0306-2619",
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AU - Akber Hassan, Wasim Akram

AU - Gluyas, Jon

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N2 - Effective monitoring and numerical simulations are essential to understanding the implications of long-term geological carbon storage; in particular, the predictions of CO2 plume flow under storage conditions, storage integrity of sites, and the design and operational aspects of the CO2 storage projects could be significantly supplemented. Site monitoring data can assure reliability and accuracy of the numerical simulation while numerical prediction results will provide more detailed information on the storage process. The cross-validation between numerical modelling results and monitoring data can play a major role in the development of carbon capture and storage technology. This paper briefly reviews the monitoring and modelling technologies associated with geological carbon storage. In addition, the spatial and temporal resolutions of the numerical simulations are highlighted, while estimations on the resolutions of some commonly used monitoring technologies are also presented. It is revealed that there are gaps in the correlations and cross-validation between the two technologies, where a possible option to reduce the gaps is to enforce more research efforts on multi-scale modelling and appropriate variable correlations.

AB - Effective monitoring and numerical simulations are essential to understanding the implications of long-term geological carbon storage; in particular, the predictions of CO2 plume flow under storage conditions, storage integrity of sites, and the design and operational aspects of the CO2 storage projects could be significantly supplemented. Site monitoring data can assure reliability and accuracy of the numerical simulation while numerical prediction results will provide more detailed information on the storage process. The cross-validation between numerical modelling results and monitoring data can play a major role in the development of carbon capture and storage technology. This paper briefly reviews the monitoring and modelling technologies associated with geological carbon storage. In addition, the spatial and temporal resolutions of the numerical simulations are highlighted, while estimations on the resolutions of some commonly used monitoring technologies are also presented. It is revealed that there are gaps in the correlations and cross-validation between the two technologies, where a possible option to reduce the gaps is to enforce more research efforts on multi-scale modelling and appropriate variable correlations.

KW - Carbon capture and storage

KW - Modelling

KW - Monitoring

KW - Resolution

KW - Validation

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JO - Applied Energy

JF - Applied Energy

SN - 0306-2619

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