This example is from the paper: Pruess, K. et al. 2002. Multiphase flow dynamics during CO2 injection into saline aquifers// Envirom. Geol. 42, 282-295. DOI:10.1007/s00254-001-0498-3. This 1D problem concerns a CO2 leakage scenario. A vertical flow of supercritical CO2 from a deep formation along a fault zone is considered. The salinity of brine is neglected. The flow results in a vertical displacement of water by CO2 over an early period of time and complete evaporation of water into gas phase at a later time. As a result two phase discontinuities (fronts) propagate along the fault. The flow rate of CO2 and water at the top and bottom boundaries should be reported as well as the distributions along the fault at a selected moments of time. This is a good example for learning MUFITS options for imposition of initial and boundary conditions. The problem is simulated in isothermal mode.
|GASSTORE-TEST3.RUN||2015.G||Input file for this scenario.|
|CO2TAB.METRIC.INC||-||Include file with tabulated properties of CO2|