Modelling and testing of carbonation effects on hydrated oil-well cements

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This work investigates the carbonation of hydrated oil-well cements by reactive transport modelling. The study focuses on changes in the cement phase assemblage due to CO2 exposure under saturated conditions. The predictions of a reactive transport model were subsequently tested against experimental work, namely microstructural investigations paired with mineralogical characterization. The intention of this work was to identify different assumptions in the modelling approach on kinetic parameters that control the carbonation processes. This aspect is of high importance for the estimation of the CO2 uptake in oil-well cements and improves the understanding of the simultaneous microstructural changes.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2019
Number of pages11
Publication statusPublished - 2019
EventInternational Workshop: CO2 Storage in Concrete - Marne La Vallée, France
Duration: 24 Jun 201925 Jun 2019

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ConferenceInternational Workshop: CO2 Storage in Concrete
CountryFrance
CityMarne La Vallée
Period24/06/201925/06/2019

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Addassi, M., Michel, A., Marcos Meson, V., & Kunther, W. (2019). Modelling and testing of carbonation effects on hydrated oil-well cements. Paper presented at International Workshop: CO2 Storage in Concrete, Marne La Vallée, France.
Addassi, M. ; Michel, A. ; Marcos Meson, Victor ; Kunther, Wolfgang. / Modelling and testing of carbonation effects on hydrated oil-well cements. Paper presented at International Workshop: CO2 Storage in Concrete, Marne La Vallée, France.11 p.
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Addassi, M, Michel, A, Marcos Meson, V & Kunther, W 2019, 'Modelling and testing of carbonation effects on hydrated oil-well cements', Paper presented at International Workshop: CO2 Storage in Concrete, Marne La Vallée, France, 24/06/2019 - 25/06/2019.

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2019. Paper presented at International Workshop: CO2 Storage in Concrete, Marne La Vallée, France.

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