Les mer om Javad NaseryanMoghadam på engelsk.
Emneord:
Geomekanikk,
Reservoar teknologi,
Petrofysikk,
SUCCESSFME,
CO2lagring
Publikasjoner
Utvalgte publikasjoner
 Moghadam, J.N., Salahshoor, K., Kamp, A.M., 2011. Evaluation of Waterflooding Performance in Heavy Oil Reservoirs by Applying CapacitanceResistive Model. Petroleum Science and Technology 29, 18111824.
 Moghadam, J.N., Salahshoor, K., Kharrat, R., 2011. Introducing a New Method for Predicting PVT Properties of Iranian Crude Oils by Applying Artificial Neural Networks. Petroleum Science and Technology 29, 10661079.
 Moghadam, J.N., Salahshoor, K., Kharrat, R., 2011. Intelligent Prediction of Porosity and Permeability from Well Logs for An Iranian Fractured Carbonate Reservoir. Petroleum Science and Technology 29, 20952112.
 Amighi, M.R., Moghadam, J.N., 2011. Effective Ways to Avoid Barite Sag and Technologies to Predict Sag in HPHT and Deviated Wells With a Case Study in One Iranian Reservoir. Petroleum Science and Technology 29, 19952004.

Naseryan Moghadam, Javad; Nooraiepour, Mohammad; Hellevang, Helge; Mondol, Nazmul Haque & Aagaard, Per (2019). Relative permeability and residual gaseous CO2 saturation in the Jurassic Brentskardhaugen Bed sandstones, Wilhelmøya Subgroup, western central Spitsbergen, Svalbard. Norwegian Journal of Geology.
ISSN 23875844.
99(2) . doi:
10.17850/njg005
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This study investigates fluidflow properties of the lowpermeability Brentskardhaugen Bed (Knorringfjellet Formation), Wilhelmøya Subgroup, western central Spitsbergen, Svalbard. To evaluate the twophase relative permeability of the waterCO2 system, we performed unsteady state coreflooding experiments using deionised water and gaseous CO2. The absolute permeability and residual fluid saturations were also studied. Moreover, a core plug of the Berea sandstone was tested as a reference sample. The coreflooding experiments recorded microDarcy permeability values (0.022–0.039 mD) for various differential pressures (4 to 12 MPa). The poor grain sorting and the abundance of cement were the main factors controlling the low matrix permeabilities. Closure of submicron fractures was the likely reason for reduced permeability with increasing effective stresses. The experimental measurements showed that CO2 fractional flow reached unity at relatively low CO2 saturation (approximately 0.35–0.45). The irreducible water saturation and trapped CO2 saturation were 56% and 23%, respectively. The corresponding endpoint CO2 and water relative permeability were 0.18 and 0.47, respectively. The results, therefore, demonstrate low endpoint CO2 saturation and low relative permeability, in addition to high CO2 fractional flow at high water saturation. The trapped CO2 saturation was relatively high, which suggests a high CO2 immobilisation capability of the Wilhelmøya Subgroup sandstones. Moreover, a lower relative permeability was observed for gaseous CO2 compared to published results for supercritical CO2. In addition, the examined core sample showed a higher trapped CO2 saturation and higher endpoint CO2 relative permeability compared with the porous and permeable Berea sandstone.

Naseryan Moghadam, Javad; Mondol, Nazmul Haque; Aagaard, Per & Hellevang, Helge (2016). Effective stress law for the permeability of claybearing sandstones by the Modified Clay Shell model. Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology.
ISSN 21523878.
6(6), s 752 774 . doi:
10.1002/ghg.1612
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In this study, the effective stress law for the permeability of two core plugs selected from Berea (Cleveland Quarries, OH, USA) and Knorringfjellet (Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway) sandstones is studied experimentally by measuring the core permeability (k) under varying confining stress (σc) and pore pressures (Pp). The obtained results demonstrate that the permeabilities of the two core plugs decrease with increasing σc or decreasing Pp. The effective stress coefficient for the permeability (αk) values are more than 1.0 for both sandstone core plugs indicating higher sensitivity of the permeability with respect to the applied Pp compared to the applied σc. The previously presented models for calculating αk, such as the Clay Free, Clay Shell, and Clay Particle models, are discussed and a new modified Clay Shell model considering spherical geometry is presented to account for the considerable contrast between the elastic moduli of quartz and clay minerals. The discussed models strongly depend on the magnitude of the considered elastic moduli for the clay minerals. While the Clay Shell and Clay Particle models are capable of describing the observed αk values by considering extremely low elastic moduli for clays, the new modified Clay Shell model is capable of predicting αk values by considering moderate to low values of elastic moduli of clays. The increasing trend of αk values by increasing the σc is discussed and a new correlation based on the observed k values for calculation of αk is presented.

Naseryan Moghadam, Javad; Mondol, Nazmul Haque; Aagaard, Per & Hellevang, Helge (2016). Experimental investigation of seismic velocity behavior of CO2 saturated sandstones under varying temperature and pressure conditions. Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology.
ISSN 21523878.
6(6), s 734 751 . doi:
10.1002/ghg.1603
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Subsurface storage of CO2 into geological formations is considered an important strategy to mitigate increasing atmospheric CO2. Timelapse seismic monitoring is an integral component of a geological CO2 sequestration project because the seismic behavior of the rock is a function of both mineralogical composition and pore fluid properties. At the uppermost kilometer of the sedimentary basin, CO2 can be present at gaseous, liquid, and supercritical states, with the supercritical and liquid states preferred in CO2 storage operations due to the higher sweep efficiency. In this study, the seismic velocities [both compressional (Vp) and shear (Vs) waves] of two CO2saturated sandstone core plugs (Red Wildmoor and Knorringfjellet formations) have been measured under a range of temperatures and pressures in which CO2 phase transitions occur. The experiments were done using a uniaxial hydrostatic cell equipped with seismic wave transmitting and receiving transducers. The experimental investigation illustrated that seismic velocities (both Vp and Vs) decreased until the critical point was reached. Further increases in the CO2 pressure above the critical point led to a gradual increasing of Vp while the Vs remained unchanged. The effect of CO2 on the seismic velocity of the sandstone was compared with the effects of N2 and distilled water at the same conditions. It was further indicated that the seismic velocity changes were mainly connected to significant changes of CO2 density and the corresponding bulk rock moduli over the critical point. The observed velocities are in good agreement with Gassmannpredicted velocities as well as literature data.

NaseryanMoghadam, Javad; Mondol, Nazmul Haque; Hellevang, Helge; Johnsen, Øistein & Aagaard, Per (2014). Seismic Response of CO2 Saturated Red Wildmoor Sandstone under Varying Temperatures and Pressures, In EAGE2014 (ed.),
Workshop Proceedings. 76th EAGE Conference & Exhibition.
European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers.
ISBN 9789073834903.
Tu G107 15.
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NaseryanMoghadam, Javad; Aagaard, Per; Mondol, Nazmul Haque & Hellevang, Helge (2013). Determination of the Biot’s coefficient for the permeability of DeGeerdalen and Knorringfjellet sandstones, two consolidated formations for CO2 sequestration in Svalbard area.
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Publisert 10. des. 2013 21:17
 Sist endret 3. jan. 2014 20:29