Her primary areas of study are Carbon sequestration, Mineralogy, Relative permeability, Carbon dioxide and Saturation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Waste management, Natural gas field, Natural gas and Greenhouse gas in addition to Carbon sequestration. Her Mineralogy study incorporates themes from Organic matter, Porous medium and Anoxic waters.
Her study in Relative permeability is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Structural trap and Capillary pressure. Her Capillary pressure research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Volumetric flow rate and Capillary action. Her Saturation study also includes
Her primary areas of investigation include Petroleum engineering, Permeability, Mineralogy, Carbon sequestration and Relative permeability. Her research in Petroleum engineering intersects with topics in Aquifer and Pressure measurement. Her Permeability research includes themes of Porosity, Geothermal energy and Supercritical fluid.
Her study explores the link between Carbon sequestration and topics such as Carbon dioxide that cross with problems in Natural gas and Waste management. Her Relative permeability study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Saturation, Volumetric flow rate and Capillary pressure. Her work carried out in the field of Capillary pressure brings together such families of science as Multiphase flow and Capillary action.
Sally M. Benson focuses on Residual, Multiphase flow, Capillary action, Trapping and Permeability. Sally M. Benson interconnects Plume and Capillary pressure in the investigation of issues within Capillary action. Her studies deal with areas such as Geotechnical engineering and Mineralogy as well as Trapping.
Her Permeability research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Saturation and Porosity. Her Saturation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Petrophysics, Volumetric flow rate and Saturation distribution. As a member of one scientific family, she mostly works in the field of Relative permeability, focusing on Capillary number and, on occasion, Critical value.
Her main research concerns Porous medium, Electricity, Mechanics, Permeability and Porosity. Sally M. Benson is interested in Capillary pressure, which is a branch of Porous medium. The various areas that Sally M. Benson examines in her Electricity study include Work, Natural resource economics, Efficient energy use and Greenhouse gas.
Her work in the fields of Mechanics, such as Streamlines, streaklines, and pathlines and Vector field, overlaps with other areas such as Molecular diffusion and Radioactive tracer. Her work deals with themes such as Saturation, Spatial correlation and Mesoscale meteorology, which intersect with Permeability. The Porosity study combines topics in areas such as Soil science, Relative permeability, Mixing, Microporous material and Residence time distribution.
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Net-Zero Emissions Energy Systems
Steven J Davis;Nathan S. Lewis;Matthew Shaner;Sonia Aggarwal.
CO2 Sequestration in Deep Sedimentary Formations
Sally M. Benson;David R. Cole.
Relative permeability and trapping of CO2 and water in sandstone rocks at reservoir conditions
Samuel C. M. Krevor;Samuel C. M. Krevor;Ronny Pini;Lin Zuo;Sally M. Benson.
Water Resources Research (2012)
An Experimental Study on the Influence of Sub-Core Scale Heterogeneities on CO2 Distribution in Reservoir Rocks
Jean-Christophe Perrin;Sally Benson.
Transport in Porous Media (2010)
Process Modeling of CO2 Injection into Natural Gas Reservoirs for Carbon Sequestration and Enhanced Gas Recovery
C.M. Oldenburg;Karsten Pruess;Sally M. Benson.
Energy & Fuels (2001)
Measuring permanence of CO2 storage in saline formations: the Frio experiment
Susan D. Hovorka;Sally M. Benson;Christine Doughty;Barry M. Freifeld.
Environmental Geosciences (2006)
Hydrogen or batteries for grid storage: A net energy analysis
Matthew A. Pellow;Christopher J. M. Emmott;Charles J. Barnhart;Sally M. Benson.
Energy and Environmental Science (2015)
Capillary trapping for geologic carbon dioxide storage - From pore scale physics to field scale implications
Samuel Krevor;Martin J. Blunt;Sally M. Benson;Christopher H. Pentland.
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control (2015)
Capillary pressure and heterogeneity for the CO2/water system in sandstone rocks at reservoir conditions
Ronny Pini;Samuel C.M. Krevor;Sally M. Benson.
Advances in Water Resources (2012)
On the importance of reducing the energetic and material demands of electrical energy storage
Charles J. Barnhart;Sally M. Benson.
Energy and Environmental Science (2013)
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