Formation of a gas hydrate due to injection of a cold gas into a porous reservoir partly saturated by water
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Specific features of formation of gas hydrates due to injection of a gas into a porous medium initially filled by a gas and water are considered. Self-similar solutions of an axisymmetric problem, which describe the distributions of the basic parameters in the reservoir, are constructed. The existence of solutions is demonstrated, which predict gas hydrate formation both on the frontal surface and in the volume zone.
Key wordsgas hydrates filtration hydrate formation self-similar solution numerical study
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