Pore space in sandstone - symposium on August 19

Monday 18 Aug 14
by Kim Beck Hansen


Ida Lykke Fabricius
Professor, head of section
DTU Civil Engineering
+45 45 25 21 62
The project Heat Storage in Hot Aquifers (HeHo) is organising a one-day symposium on Tuesday 19 August. During this symposium, a range of speakers will discuss pore space in sandstone from different perspectives.

Practical Information

The symposium will be held at Building 101, Room S09 at DTU:

    Technical University of Denmark
    Anker Engelunds Vej 1
    2800 Kongens Lyngby

If you plan to attend, please send an e-mail to Esther Rosenbrand at esro@byg.dtu.dk, so that we can order lunch for all participants.

Preliminary Programme

09:30 Coffee

10:00 Introduction - Ida Fabricius

10:10 Session I

  • Henrik Friis, Aarhus University: Chlorite and Pore Space in Sandstone

  • Martin Andersson, University of Copenhagen: Molecular modelling of the surface chemistry in sandstone pore space

  • Esther Rosenbrand, Technical University of Denmark: Gas permeability and brine permeability in sandstone

  • Morten Kanne Sørensen, Technical University of Denmark: Classification of sandstone elasticity: from clean sands to sandy shales

12:10 Lunch

13:00 Session II

  • Harald Milsch, Helmholtz-Zentrum Potsdam: Direct and simultaneous measurements of sandstone porosity, permeability, and electrical conductivity at elevated pressures.

  • Tue Hassenkam, University of Copenhagen: Wettability in pore space

  • Claus Kjøller, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland: Permeability measurements at elevated temperature

14:30 Coffee

14:45 Session III

  • Pavel Bedrikovetsky, University of Adelaide: Fines migration in geothermal reservoirs: laboratory and mathematical modelling

  • Birte Røgen/Allan Mahler, Dansk Fjernvarmes Geotermiselskab: From porosity to production capacity

16:05 Close - Ida Fabricius

16:15 Drinks and informal discussion

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