Mathematical Model for Predicting Migration Patterns of Aqueous Waste Solutions.
NTIS: PB/232-885 Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries :63 pages
Industrial waste products, in aqueous solutions, are frequently injected into disposal wells. Where injection occurs over long periods of time, it is important to predict the migration patterns of the waste solutions, the reservoir pressures created, and the extent of which adsorption strips the waste solution of toxic materials. This report (Contract No. H0122118) treats the development and application of a mathematical model of the aqueous waste injection problem. The model is a generalized reservoir simulator. It can handle reservoirs of arbitrary heterogeneity and geometry penetrated by an arbitrary number of wells on any desired areal pattern. Options are provided to perform calculations using either two-dimensional cartesian or cylindrical coordinates.
CP; Final Contract Report;
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NTIS: PB/232-885; Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries
Univ. of Tulsa