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Advances in the Study of Gas Hydrates [electronic resource]

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Advances in the Study of Gas Hydrates [electronic resource]
Original Title Advances in the Study of Gas Hydrates [electronic resource]
Author Taylor, Charles E., editor, Kwan, Jonathan T., editor, SpringerLink (Online service)
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Topics Chemistry, Chemistry, Inorganic, Physical organic chemistry, Chemical engineering, Geochemistry, Chemistry, Chemistry, Physical and theoretical, Chemistry, Inorganic, Industrial Chemistry/Chemical Engineering, Geochemistry
Publisher Springer US
Collection folkscanomy_miscellaneous, folkscanomy, additional_collections
Language English
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Advances in the Study of Gas HydratesAuthor: Charles E. Taylor, Jonathan T. Kwan Published by Springer US ISBN: 978-0-306-48481-0 DOI: 10.1007/b105997Table of Contents:Towards a Full Dynamic Model of CO2 Hydrate Formation in Aqueous Solutions: Phase Field Theory of Nucleation and Growth
Statistical Thermodynamic Model of Clathrate Hydrates with Multiple Filling of Cages
Phenomenological Modeling of Hydrate Formation and Dissociation
Effect of Conductive and Convective Heat Flow on Gas Production from Natural Hydrates by Depressurization
An Application Used For Correcting Thermal Gradients Below Permafrost Using An Empirical Diffusion Model
Gas Production from Class 1 Hydrate Accumulations
A Project Update of Methane Hydrate Production from Alaskan Permafrost
Seismic Detection and Quantification of Gas Hydrates using Rock Physics and Inversion
Experiment and Modeling of Hydrate Equilibrium Line in Gas, Gas Condensate, Black Oil, and Drilling Completion Fluids
Solubility Measurements for CO2 and Methane Mixture in Water and Aqueous Electrolyte Solutions near Hydrate Conditions
Nucleation Mechanisms of Clathrate Hydrates
The MSU Micellar-Solution Gas Hydrate Storage Process for Natural Gas
Enhancement in the Storage of Methane in Hydrates
Strength and Acoustic Properties of Ottawa Sand Containing Laboratory-Formed Methane Gas Hydrate
Investigating Methane Hydrate in Sediments using X-Ray Computed Tomography
Methane Hydrate Studies: Delineating Properties of Host Sediments to Establish Reproducible Decomposition KineticsTowards a Full Dynamic Model of CO2 Hydrate Formation in Aqueous Solutions: Phase Field Theory of Nucleation and Growth — Statistical Thermodynamic Model of Clathrate Hydrates with Multiple Filling of Cages — Phenomenological Modeling of Hydrate Formation and Dissociation — Effect of Conductive and Convective Heat Flow on Gas Production from Natural Hydrates by Depressurization — An Application Used For Correcting Thermal Gradients Below Permafrost Using An Empirical Diffusion Model — Gas Production from Class 1 Hydrate Accumulations — A Project Update of Methane Hydrate Production from Alaskan Permafrost — Seismic Detection and Quantification of Gas Hydrates using Rock Physics and Inversion — Experiment and Modeling of Hydrate Equilibrium Line in Gas, Gas Condensate, Black Oil, and Drilling Completion Fluids — Solubility Measurements for CO2 and Methane Mixture in Water and Aqueous Electrolyte Solutions near Hydrate Conditions — Nucleation Mechanisms of Clathrate Hydrates — The MSU Micellar-Solution Gas Hydrate Storage Process for Natural Gas — Enhancement in the Storage of Methane in Hydrates — Strength and Acoustic Properties of Ottawa Sand Containing Laboratory-Formed Methane Gas Hydrate — Investigating Methane Hydrate in Sediments using X-Ray Computed Tomography — Methane Hydrate Studies: Delineating Properties of Host Sediments to Establish Reproducible Decomposition Kinetics
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