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Modélisation multi-échelles des mécanismes de transport réactif. Impact sur les propriétés pétrophysiques des roches lors du stockage du CO2.

Abstract : The geo-sequestration of carbon dioxide (CO2) is an attractive option to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases. Within carbonate reservoirs, acidification of brine in place can occur during CO2 injection. This acidification leads to mineral dissolution which can modify the transport properties of a solute in porous media. The aim of this study is to quantify the impact of reactive transport on a solute distribution and on the structural modification induced by the reaction from the pore to the reservoir scale. This study is focused on reactive transport problem in the case of single phase flow in the limit of long time. To do so, we used a multi-scale upscaling method that takes into account (i) the local scale, where flow, reaction and transport are known; (ii) the pore scale, where the reactive transport is addressed by using averaged formulation of the local equations ; (iii) the Darcy scale (also called core scale), where the structure of the rock is taken into account by using a three-dimensions network of pore-bodies connected by pore-throats ; and (iv) the reservoir scale, where physical phenomenon, within each cell of the reservoir model, are taken into account by introducing macroscopic coefficients deduced from the study of these phenomenon at the Darcy scale, such as the permeability, the apparent reaction rate, the solute apparent velocity and dispersion.
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Clément Varloteaux. Modélisation multi-échelles des mécanismes de transport réactif. Impact sur les propriétés pétrophysiques des roches lors du stockage du CO2.. Géophysique [physics.geo-ph]. Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris VI, 2012. Français. ⟨tel-00809288⟩

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