Abdullah Cihan

Jens Birkholzer2
Elif Agartan2
2Jens Birkholzer
2Elif Agartan
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Geologic sequestration of carbon dioxide has gained increasing importance in recent years as way of reduction of direct emission to the atmosphere as a greenhouse gas. Reduction atmospheric loading is expected to slow down global warming and hence climate change. Goal of safe and successful sequestration in deep geologic formations is stable trapping and(More)
Fundamental trapping mechanisms that occur during carbon sequestration at deep geological conditions have been studied from different scientific perspectives throughout the last two decades. Fundamental capillary phenomena that determine the spatial distribution of non-wetting fluid migrating in saturated porous media need to be properly incorporated into(More)
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