2004

Advances in the Study of Gas Hydrates

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ISBN: 978-0-306-48481-0 (Print) 978-0-306-48645-6 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xi

  2. Modeling of Hydrates

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      Pages 3-18

      Towards a Full Dynamic Model of CO2 Hydrate Formation in Aqueous Solutions: Phase Field Theory of Nucleation and Growth

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      Pages 19-25

      Statistical Thermodynamic Model of Clathrate Hydrates with Multiple Filling of Cages

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      Pages 27-41

      Phenomenological Modeling of Hydrate Formation and Dissociation

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      Pages 43-65

      Effect of Conductive and Convective Heat Flow on Gas Production from Natural Hydrates by Depressurization

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      Pages 67-81

      An Application Used For Correcting Thermal Gradients Below Permafrost Using An Empirical Diffusion Model

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      Pages 83-97

      Gas Production from Class 1 Hydrate Accumulations

  3. Detection of Hydrates

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      Pages 101-116

      A Project Update of Methane Hydrate Production from Alaskan Permafrost

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      Pages 117-139

      Seismic Detection and Quantification of Gas Hydrates using Rock Physics and Inversion

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      Pages 141-154

      Experiment and Modeling of Hydrate Equilibrium Line in Gas, Gas Condensate, Black Oil, and Drilling Completion Fluids

  4. Laboratory Studies of Hydrates

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      Pages 157-171

      Solubility Measurements for CO2 and Methane Mixture in Water and Aqueous Electrolyte Solutions near Hydrate Conditions

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      Pages 173-184

      Nucleation Mechanisms of Clathrate Hydrates

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      Pages 185-198

      The MSU Micellar-Solution Gas Hydrate Storage Process for Natural Gas

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      Pages 199-211

      Enhancement in the Storage of Methane in Hydrates

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      Pages 213-226

      Strength and Acoustic Properties of Ottawa Sand Containing Laboratory-Formed Methane Gas Hydrate

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      Pages 227-238

      Investigating Methane Hydrate in Sediments using X-Ray Computed Tomography

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      Pages 239-250

      Methane Hydrate Studies: Delineating Properties of Host Sediments to Establish Reproducible Decomposition Kinetics

  5. Back Matter

    Pages 251-254