EFRC-NCGC: Reactive Transport for Carbon Sequestration
The Center for Nanoscale Control of Geologic CO2 is simulating subsurface pore scale models to explicitly resolve the key fluid-fluid (H2O and CO2) and fluid-solid interface. ANAG is contributing a new high performance simulation capability using EB Chombo, to develop new approaches for representing chemical kinetics and interfacial dynamics in Darcy scale numerical models (upscaling).
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