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For the characterization of gas migration through a low-permeability clay host rock for deep underground repositories, a comprehensive understanding of the relevant phenomena of gas and fluid flow through low-permeability clay is required. The National Cooperative for the Disposal of Radioactive Waste (Nagra) in Switzerland has developed a comprehensive programme to characterize gas flow in low-permeability Opalinus Clay through laboratory tests and detailed numerical analyses for developing appropriate constitutive models.
CitationSenger, R. [et al.]. Characterization of gas flow through low-permeability claystone: laboratory experiments and two-phase flow analyses. "Geological Society, London, special publications (Online)", Abril 2014, vol. 400, p. 531-543.
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