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Advances in the Study of Gas Hydrates - Charles E. Taylor

Advances in the Study of Gas Hydrates

By: Charles E. Taylor (Editor), Jonathan T. Kwan (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 1st September 2004
ISBN: 9780306484810
Number Of Pages: 254

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This book had its genesis in a symposium on gas hydrates presented at the 2003 Spring National Meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. The symposium consisted of twenty papers presented in four sessions over two days. Additional guest authors were invited to provide continuity and cover topics not addressed during the symposium. Gas hydrates are a unique class of chemical compounds where molecules of one compound (the guest material) are enclosed, without bonding chemically, within an open solid lattice composed of another compound (the host material). These types of configurations are known as clathrates. The guest molecules, u- ally gases, are of an appropriate size such that they fit within the cage formed by the host material. Commonexamples of gas hydrates are carbon dioxide/water and methane/water clathrates. At standard pressure and temperature, methane hydrate contains by volume 180 times as much methane as hydrate. The United States Geological Survey (USGS) has estimated that there is more organic carbon c- tained as methane hydrate than all other forms of fossil fuels combined. In fact, methane hydrates could provide a clean source of energy for several centuries. Clathrate compounds were first discovered in the early 1800s when Humphrey Davy and Michael Faraday were experimenting with chlorine-water mixtures.

Towards a full dynamic model of CO[subscript 2] hydrate formation in aqueous solutions : phase field theory of nucleation and growthp. 3
Statistical thermodynamic model of clathrate hydrates with multiple filling of cagesp. 19
Phenomenological modeling of hydrate formation and dissociationp. 27
Effect of conductive and convective heat flow on gas production from natural hydrates by depressurizationp. 43
An application used for correcting thermal gradients below permafrost using an empirical diffusion model : Anadarko's hot ice #1 gas hydrates case studyp. 67
Gas production from class 1 hydrate accumulationsp. 83
A project update of methane hydrate production from Alaskan permafrostp. 101
Seismic detection and quantification of gas hydrates using rock physics and inversionp. 117
Experiment and modeling of hydrate equilibrium line in gas, gas condensate, black oil, and drilling completion fluidsp. 141
Solubility measurements for CO[subscript 2] and methane mixture in water and aqueous electrolyte solutions near hydrate conditionsp. 157
Nucleation mechanisms of clathrate hydratesp. 173
The MSU micellar-solution gas hydrate storage process for natural gasp. 185
Enhancement in the storage of methane in hydratesp. 199
Strength and acoustic properties of Ottawa sand containing laboratory-formed methane gas hydratep. 213
Investigating methane hydrate in sediments using X-ray computed tomographyp. 227
Methane hydrate studies : delineating properties of host sediments to establish reproducible decomposition kineticsp. 239
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ISBN: 9780306484810
ISBN-10: 0306484811
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 254
Published: 1st September 2004
Publisher: Springer Science+Business Media
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.6