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Stress and permeability variations around a wellbore and in the reservoir are of much interest in petroleum and geothermal reservoir development. Water injection causes large changes in pore pressure, temperature, and stress in hot reservoirs that in turn impact rock permeability. In this paper, two- and three-dimensional finite element methods are developed for thermoporo- mechanical coupled reservoir simulation with damage mechanics and stress dependent permeability. Convective heat transfer is considered to reflect the influence of increased fluid velocity in the damage phase of rock deformation. Damage mechanics is applied to capture the alteration of elastic modulus due to the crack initiation, micro-void growth and fracture propagation. Results show effective stress relaxation in the damage phase and its concentration at the interface between the damaged phase and the intact rock. The models presented promise to be effective tools for the analysis of stress induced micro-seismicity and fracture propagation in geothermal and petroleum reservoirs.
Carry-over and memory effects were carefully evaluated. For this purpose, blank sample injections of the mobile phase after the injection of the standard solution mixture at the highest concentration level of the calibration plot were acquired. The presence of the peak of cocaine at the concentration close to the respective LOQ value was observed. Carry-over was overcome by using a proper washing solution for the autosampler, which consisted of a mixture of MeOH/isopropanol/water (80/10/10 (v/v/v)) used to clean both the needle and the pump port before and after each injection for 5 s. In addition, no memory effect was found thanks to the above-mentioned autosampler washing step and the washing of the chromatographic column with 100% of organic solvent (B) for 2 min at an increased flow-rate of 0.65 mL/min. This allowed to the chromatographic column to be fully cleaned of any impurities or residues that may have been present in the injected samples. Selectivity was investigated by the analysis of 10 consecutive injections of mobile phase (blank) samples. No interfering species were observed at the retention time of the analytes or IS in the analyzed blank samples.
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