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Swelling of clay minerals in unconsolidated porous media and its impact on permeability
I Aksu, E Bazilevskaya, ZT Karpyn
GeoResJ 7, 1-13, 2015
1902015
Numerical simulations examining the relationship between wall-roughness and fluid flow in rock fractures
D Crandall, G Bromhal, ZT Karpyn
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences 47 (5), 784-796, 2010
1802010
Development of a multi-mechanistic, dual-porosity, dual-permeability, numerical flow model for coalbed methane reservoirs
P Thararoop, ZT Karpyn, T Ertekin
Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering 8, 121-131, 2012
1632012
Visualization of fluid occupancy in a rough fracture using micro-tomography
ZT Karpyn, AS Grader, PM Halleck
Journal of colloid and interface science 307 (1), 181-187, 2007
1342007
Experimental investigation of fracturing-fluid migration caused by spontaneous imbibition in fractured low-permeability sands
R Dutta, CH Lee, S Odumabo, P Ye, SC Walker, ZT Karpyn, LF Ayala H
SPE Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering 17 (01), 74-81, 2014
1332014
Experimental investigation of shale gas production impairment due to fracturing fluid migration during shut-in time
Q Yan, C Lemanski, ZT Karpyn, LF Ayala
Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering 24, 99-105, 2015
1172015
Relative permeability of homogenous‐wet and mixed‐wet porous media as determined by pore‐scale lattice Boltzmann modeling
CJ Landry, ZT Karpyn, O Ayala
Water Resources Research 50 (5), 3672-3689, 2014
1142014
X-ray CT and hydraulic evidence for a relationship between fracture conductivity and adjacent matrix porosity
ZT Karpyn, A Alajmi, F Radaelli, PM Halleck, AS Grader
Engineering Geology 103 (3-4), 139-145, 2009
1112009
Automated contact angle estimation for three-dimensional X-ray microtomography data
KA Klise, D Moriarty, H Yoon, Z Karpyn
Advances in water resources 95, 152-160, 2016
1042016
Dynamic evolution of cement composition and transport properties under conditions relevant to geological carbon sequestration
JPL Brunet, L Li, ZT Karpyn, BG Kutchko, B Strazisar, G Bromhal
Energy & Fuels 27 (8), 4208-4220, 2013
1012013
Factors and mechanisms governing wettability alteration by chemically tuned waterflooding: a review
P Purswani, MS Tawfik, ZT Karpyn
Energy & Fuels 31 (8), 7734-7745, 2017
942017
Fracture opening or self-sealing: Critical residence time as a unifying parameter for cement–CO2–brine interactions
JPL Brunet, L Li, ZT Karpyn, NJ Huerta
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 47, 25-37, 2016
912016
Pore‐scale analysis of trapped immiscible fluid structures and fluid interfacial areas in oil‐wet and water‐wet bead packs
CJ Landry, ZT Karpyn, M Piri
Geofluids 11 (2), 209-227, 2011
892011
Experimental investigation of trapped oil clusters in a water‐wet bead pack using X‐ray microtomography
ZT Karpyn, M Piri, G Singh
Water Resources Research 46 (4), 2010
842010
Permeability evolution of shale during spontaneous imbibition
N Chakraborty, ZT Karpyn, S Liu, H Yoon
Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering 38, 590-596, 2017
792017
Investigation of gas flow hindrance due to fracturing fluid leakoff in low permeability sandstones
SM Odumabo, ZT Karpyn
Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering 17, 1-12, 2014
792014
Prediction of fluid occupancy in fractures using network modeling and x-ray microtomography. I: Data conditioning and model description
ZT Karpyn, M Piri
Physical Review E 76 (1), 016315, 2007
762007
Dynamic alterations in wellbore cement integrity due to geochemical reactions in CO2‐rich environments
P Cao, ZT Karpyn, L Li
Water Resources Research 49 (7), 4465-4475, 2013
742013
Self‐healing of cement fractures under dynamic flow of CO2‐rich brine
P Cao, ZT Karpyn, L Li
Water Resources Research 51 (6), 4684-4701, 2015
712015
An experimental study of spontaneous imbibition in fractured sandstone with contrasting sedimentary layers
ZT Karpyn, PM Halleck, AS Grader
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 67 (1-2), 48-56, 2009
692009
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