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The EGS collab project: Learnings from Experiment 1
TJ Kneafsey, D Blankenship, PF Dobson, JP Morris, MD White, P Fu, ...
Proceedings of the 45th Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering, 10-12, 2020
292020
The necessity for iteration in the application of numerical simulation to EGS: Examples from the EGS Collab test bed 1
M White, T Johnson, T Kneafsey, D Blankenship, P Fu, H Wu, A Ghassemi, ...
Proceedings 44th Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering, Stanford …, 2019
232019
Characterization of flow and transport in a fracture network at the EGS Collab field experiment through stochastic modeling of tracer recovery
H Wu, P Fu, JP Morris, ED Mattson, G Neupane, MM Smith, AJ Hawkins, ...
Journal of Hydrology 593, 125888, 2021
162021
Microbial community composition in deep‐subsurface reservoir fluids reveals natural interwell connectivity
Y Zhang, AE Dekas, AJ Hawkins, AE Parada, O Gorbatenko, K Li, ...
Water Resources Research 56 (2), e2019WR025916, 2020
112020
Characterizing fracture flow in EGS Collab experiment based on stochastic modeling of tracer recovery
H Wu, P Fu, JP Morris, ED Mattson, AJ Hawkins, Y Zhang, RR Settgast, ...
44th Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering, 2019
112019
Study on floatation properties of emulsified diesel oil
X Weiwei, H Kaiwu, W Donghui, Z Yuran, L Xiu
Energy Procedia 14, 750-755, 2012
112012
DNA Barcoding for fractured reservoir analysis–an initial investigation
Y Zhang, Z Zeng, K Li, RN Horne
Proceedings of the 42nd Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering, 13-15, 2017
92017
DNA-Encapsulated Silica Nanoparticle Tracers for Fractured Reservoir Characterization
Y Zhang
Stanford University, 2015
92015
DNA-Encapsulated Silica Nanoparticle Tracers for Fracture Characterization
Y Zhang, T Manley, K Li, R Horne
Geothermal Resources Council Transactions 39, 2015
9*2015
Uniquely identifiable DNA-embedded silica nanotracer for fractured reservoir characterization
Y Zhang, TS Manley, K Li, RN Horne
Proceedings of the 41st Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering, 2016
72016
Experimental study on nano-/microparticles transport to characterize structures in fractured porous media
A Suzuki, J Cui, Y Zhang, S Uehara, K Li, RN Horne, T Ito
Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering 53 (10), 4357-4365, 2020
52020
Preliminary Collab fracture characterization results from flow and tracer testing efforts
ED Mattson, Y Zhang, A Hawkins, T Johnson, J Ajo-Franklin, ...
Idaho National Lab.(INL), Idaho Falls, ID (United States), 2019
52019
DNA Tracer Transport Through Porous Media–The Effect of DNA Length and Adsorption
Y Zhang, MB Hartung, AJ Hawkins, AE Dekas, K Li, RN Horne
Water Resources Research, e2020WR028382, 2021
42021
Geological activity shapes the microbiome in deep-subsurface aquifers by advection
Y Zhang, RN Horne, AJ Hawkins, JC Primo, O Gorbatenko, AE Dekas
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (25), e2113985119, 2022
2022
Microbial DNA can reveal water’s underground origins
https://earth.stanford.edu/news/microbial-dna-can-reveal-waters-underground …, 2019
2019
Stochastic Modeling of a Conservative Tracer Test for the Characterization of Fracture Flow Patterns in EGS Collab Experiment 1
H Wu, P Fu, JP Morris, RR Settgast, FJ Ryerson, ED Mattson, AJ Hawkins, ...
53rd US Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium, 2019
2019
Nano-/Microparticle Tracers for Evaluating Structures in Fractured Porous Media
A Suzuki, J Cui, Y Zhang, K Li, RN Horne
Proceedings 43rd Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering, 2018
2018
Methods for Selective Plugging of Geothermal ‘Short Circuits’
MA Plummer, E Mattson, Y Zhang, Y Xia
Proceedings 42nd Workshop on Geothermal Reservoir Engineering, 2017
2017
Stanford scientists use DNA to investigate cleaner energy sources
https://pangea.stanford.edu/news/stanford-scientists-use-dna-investigate …, 2016
2016
Study on Calcination Process of Serpentine Mixed with Ammonium Sulfate
B Song, YR Zhang, YH Di, R Dai, SL Zheng
Applied Mechanics and Materials 320, 296-302, 2013
2013
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