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Queroga Caldas, Luiza (author)
Salt caverns formed by solution mining may cause soil subsidence, because the surrounding adapts to fill the void (cavity) created in the strata. The cavern volume is hence not only a function of salt extraction (estimated from mass balance) but also a function of salt creep. The cavern size can be measured by sonar, but a less costly way would...
master thesis 2018
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de Zeeuw, Wessel (author)
Even though negative effects on the use of crude oil have surfaced over the past years, our energy matrix still largely relies on this energy source. The production of oil, therefore, plays an important role in our society. Unfortunately, the process of oil production is highly uncertain. There are uncertainties associated on the production...
master thesis 2018
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Ghina Kamila Ihsan, Ghina (author)
The subsurface of Groningen gas field composed of several faults. The continuous production has been resulting in several micro-seismicity activities, particularly for the past decades. One of the reasons for the production-induced-seismicity is fault reactivation at depth. The fault that initially in the non-active state becomes active and...
master thesis 2018
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Natarajan, Jayanth (author)
Model based optimization of reservoir water flooding is an ill-posed problem where significantly different control strategies deliver near identical Net Present Values (NPVs). Discovering and exploiting the existence of "redundant" control strategies - particularly those in close proximity to an optimal strategy - is valuable since this offers...
master thesis 2018
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Neelakantan, Prashanth (author)
The oil industry is a high risk high reward venture. The capital and operating expenses runs into tens of millions of dollars with oil production being the primary source of revenue. During the initial development phase of the field, few wells are completed. Data collection during this period verifies assumptions made during the modelling phase...
master thesis 2017
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Praditia, Timothy (author)
Modern geoscience challenges motivate the development of advanced simulation methods for large-scale geothermal fields, where single- or multi-phase flow is coupled with heat transfer equation in heterogeneous fractured formations. The state-of-the-art multiscale formulation for fractured media (F-AMS; Tene et al., JCP, 2016) develops an...
master thesis 2017
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