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Some dynamics of brine and compressible vapour flows in permeable conduits

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The talk will discuss two situations. First, the flow of a viscous compressible gas through an axisymmetric or two-dimensional porous conduit. Applications include the release of magmatic volatiles from a magma chamber beneath an active volcano and the discharge of geothermal fluids. The results are also relevant to evaluating the consequences of an accidental release of carbon dioxide from a storage reservoir within the Earth, as might happen at a carbon capture and storage (CCS) site. The second part will describe the input of hot brine into a layered porous medium to mimic porphyry copper deposition. The input will be seen to transition from a hemispherical shape to a long, thin gravity current, both in the theory and on the bench in a simple experiment.

This talk is part of the Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology Departmental Seminars series.

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