Thermal, hydraulic, mechanical and chemical (THMC) processes in geological settings are of increasing interest in different geo-scientific fields. This is especially the case within current research applied to exploration and usage of natural and mineral resources from the underground. This session is intended as a scientific platform to present and discuss studies focused on various kinds of processes relevant for geo-energy related applications. These comprise, but are not limited to, enhanced oil recovery, aquifer storage, and hydro- and enhanced geothermal applications. Therefore, we invite contributions ranging from innovative laboratory experiments, analytical solutions and mathematical model applications to the discussion of an improved way to understand the history, current state as well as future performance of reservoirs.
More specifically, we welcome contributions dealing with analysis and quantification of: (i) fluid flow, permeability, fluid conductivity; (ii) electrical properties, conductivity, resistivity and permittivity in both real and complex domains; (iii) heat flow, geothermal states, thermal conductivity and diffusivity; (iv) transport of energy by elastic waves, their velocities and the dispersion of compression, shear and other types of elastic waves; and (v) mechanical properties of fractured and intact rock materials. Contributions on coupling mechanisms of THMC-processes in fractured and intact reservoir rocks are of special interest.
This session is intended to provide an overview of current research activities in this field. By discussing advances and challenges in quantifying coupled physical processes in geological settings and their implications it aims to stimulate new ideas for future work.

Co-organized as EMRP1.41
Convener: Guido Blöcher | Co-conveners: Ludovic Bodet, Mauro Cacace, Damien Jougnot, Harald Milsch
| Tue, 09 Apr, 14:00–15:45
Room 0.94
| Attendance Tue, 09 Apr, 16:15–18:00
Hall X1

Attendance time: Tuesday, 9 April 2019, 16:15–18:00 | Hall X1

Chairperson: Guido Blöcher
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Ludovic Bodet, Sylvain Pasquet, Marine Dangeard, and Lara Blazevic
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X1.152 |
Maria Del Pilar Di Martino, Luca De Siena, David Healy, and Roberto Rizzo
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X1.153 |
Guido Blöcher, Christian Kluge, Harald Milsch, Mauro Cacace, and Antoine Jacquey
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X1.157 |
Dejian Zhou, Alexandru Tatomir, and Martin Sauter
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X1.158 |
Damien Jougnot, Aida Mendieta, Philippe Leroy, and Alexis Maineult
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X1.159 |
Paul-Ross Thomson, Domenico Chiarella, and Saswata Hier-Majumder
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X1.160 |
The effect of grain size on strain rate in the NEEM ice core studied using a composite flow law model
Ernst-Jan Kuiper, Hans de Bresser, Gill Pennock, Martyn Drury, and Ilka Weikusat
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X1.161 |
Elastoplastic Solutions for tunnelling considering different stress-release measures and their effectiveness on reducing ground stress in soft rock tunnel with high stress
Chen Xu, Cai-chu Xia, Yu-peng Liu, and Chang-ling Han
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X1.162 |
Magdalena Scheck-Wenderoth, Nora Koltzer, Mauro Cacace, and Judith Bott