The doctoral research is part of the Centre of Sustainable Subsurface Resources (CSSR) work package two [WP2]. WP2 focusses on short-cycle (hours – days) hydrogen storage in porous media. Raymond will experimentally quantify hydrogen flow and storage in porous media, both at the pore and core Scale. Hydrogen saturation functions will be measured at a range of conditions (varying pressure, temperature, injection and withdrawal rates). Focus on microbial activity on hydrogen storage will follow the two steps above at a core scale. Correlation and upscaling between core and pore scale observations will then follow. And finally in put data from experimental resluts will be provided to the simulation team.
Fluent in English, good in bokmål
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