Research focuses on modelling underground coal gas flows

COAL seam gas reservoir simulator SIMED II has been used in an ACARP project to model different gas storage and flow models in different strata rocks and goaf, as well as gas flow in fractures.

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Research focuses on modelling underground coal gas flows Research focuses on modelling underground coal gas flows Research focuses on modelling underground coal gas flows Research focuses on modelling underground coal gas flows Research focuses on modelling underground coal gas flows

The sensitivities of strata rock parameters on gas and water flow to the working area through a series of simulation cases was investigated.

CSIRO researcher Zhejun Pan found SIMED II modelled gas and water flow from the overlying strata through the goaf, while simultaneously calculating gas drainage from mining faces, boreholes and goaf