Anozie Ebigbo
Anozie Ebigbo
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A benchmark study on problems related to CO2 storage in geologic formations
H Class, A Ebigbo, R Helmig, HK Dahle, JM Nordbotten, MA Celia, ...
Computational Geosciences 13 (4), 409, 2009
3532009
CO2 leakage through an abandoned well: problem-oriented benchmarks
A Ebigbo, H Class, R Helmig
Computational Geosciences 11 (2), 103-115, 2007
1332007
Hydraulic fracturing in unconventional gas reservoirs: risks in the geological system, part 2
A Kissinger, R Helmig, A Ebigbo, H Class, T Lange, M Sauter, M Heitfeld, ...
Environmental earth sciences 70 (8), 3855-3873, 2013
1172013
Darcy‐scale modeling of microbially induced carbonate mineral precipitation in sand columns
A Ebigbo, A Phillips, R Gerlach, R Helmig, AB Cunningham, H Class, ...
Water Resources Research 48 (7), 2012
772012
Hydraulic fracturing in unconventional gas reservoirs: risks in the geological system part 1
T Lange, M Sauter, M Heitfeld, K Schetelig, K Brosig, W Jahnke, ...
Environmental earth sciences 70 (8), 3839-3853, 2013
572013
An upscaled model for biofilm growth in a thin strip
TL van Noorden, IS Pop, A Ebigbo, R Helmig
Water resources research 46 (6), 2010
572010
Modelling biofilm growth in the presence of carbon dioxide and water flow in the subsurface
A Ebigbo, R Helmig, AB Cunningham, H Class, R Gerlach
Advances in Water Resources 33 (7), 762-781, 2010
512010
Model coupling for multiphase flow in porous media
R Helmig, B Flemisch, M Wolff, A Ebigbo, H Class
Advances in Water Resources 51, 52-66, 2013
472013
MUFTE-UG: structure, applications and numerical methods
A Assteerawatt, P Bastian, A Bielinski, T Breiting, H Class, A Ebigbo, ...
Newsletter, International Groundwater Modeling Centre, Colorado School of …, 2005
262005
A revised model for microbially induced calcite precipitation: Improvements and new insights based on recent experiments
J Hommel, E Lauchnor, A Phillips, R Gerlach, AB Cunningham, R Helmig, ...
Water Resources Research 51 (5), 3695-3715, 2015
252015
Inclusion-based effective medium models for the permeability of a 3D fractured rock mass
A Ebigbo, PS Lang, A Paluszny, RW Zimmerman
Transport in Porous Media 113 (1), 137-158, 2016
242016
A coupled, pore-scale model for methanogenic microbial activity in underground hydrogen storage
A Ebigbo, F Golfier, M Quintard
Advances in water resources 61, 74-85, 2013
242013
Abandoned well CO2 leakage mitigation using biologically induced mineralization: current progress and future directions
AB Cunningham, E Lauchnor, J Eldring, R Esposito, AC Mitchell, ...
Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology 3 (1), 40-49, 2013
242013
Numerical investigation of microbially induced calcite precipitation as a leakage mitigation technology
J Hommel, AB Cunningham, R Helmig, A Ebigbo, H Class
Energy Procedia 40, 392-397, 2013
132013
Pore‐scale network modeling of microbially induced calcium carbonate precipitation: Insight into scale dependence of biogeochemical reaction rates
CZ Qin, SM Hassanizadeh, A Ebigbo
Water Resources Research 52 (11), 8794-8810, 2016
122016
Modelling of biofilm growth and its influence on CO2 and water (two-phase) flow in porous media
A Ebigbo
122009
On the impact of spatially heterogenous permeability on free convection in the Perth Basin, Australia
J Niederau, A Ebigbo, G Marquart, J Arnold, C Clauser
Geothermics 66, 119-133, 2017
112017
Influence of depth, temperature, and structure of a crustal heat source on the geothermal reservoirs of Tuscany: numerical modelling and sensitivity study
A Ebigbo, J Niederau, G Marquart, I Dini, M Thorwart, W Rabbel, ...
Geothermal Energy 4 (1), 5, 2016
112016
Investigating the influence of the initial biomass distribution and injection strategies on biofilm-mediated calcite precipitation in porous media
J Hommel, E Lauchnor, R Gerlach, AB Cunningham, A Ebigbo, R Helmig, ...
Transport in Porous Media 114 (2), 557-579, 2016
112016
Thermal effects of carbon dioxide sequestration in the subsurface
A Ebigbo
Doctoral dis, 2005
82005
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