Modelling of Gas Flow in the Underground Coal Gasification Process and its Interactions with the Rock Environment
The main goal of this study was the analysis of gas flow in the underground coal gasification process and interactions with the surrounding rock mass. The article is a discussion of the assumptions for the geometric model and for the numerical method for its solution as well as assumptions for modelling the geochemical model of the interaction between gas-rock-water, in terms of equilibrium calculations, chemical and gas flow modelling in porous mediums. Ansys-Fluent software was used to describe the underground coal gasification process (UCG). The numerical solution was compared with experimental data. The PHREEQC program was used to describe the chemical reaction between the gaseous products of the UCG process and the rock strata in the presence of reservoir waters.
Janoszek, Tomasz; Łączny, M. Jacek; Stańczyk, Krzysztof; Smoliński, Adam; and Wiatowski, Marian
"Modelling of Gas Flow in the Underground Coal Gasification Process and its Interactions with the Rock Environment,"
Journal of Sustainable Mining: Vol. 12
, Article 4.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.46873/2300-3960.1304
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