This example is from the paper: Pruess, K. et al. 2004. Code Intercomparison Builds Confidence in Numerical Simulation Models for Geologic Disposal of CO2. Energy, 29(9-10): 1431-1444. DOI:10.1016/j.energy.2004.03.077. The problem concerns radial flow form a CO2 injection well into a brine formation. The injection results in precipitation of salt and associated permeability reduction near the well. The alteration of gas, liquid and solid saturations as well as the alteration of pressure should be reported as result of the CO2 injection. Since the problem is self-similar it is sufficient to obtain distribution of parameters at a single moment of time.
|GASSTORE-TEST2.RUN||2015.G||Input file for this scenario.|
|CO2TAB.METRIC.INC||-||Include file with tabulated properties of CO2|