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CALORIMETRIC STUDY OF ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL (OKHOTSK SEA AND LAKE BAIKAL) GAS HYDRATE DISSOCIATION

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Title
CALORIMETRIC STUDY OF ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL (OKHOTSK SEA AND LAKE BAIKAL) GAS HYDRATE DISSOCIATION
Other Titles
인공 및 천연 (오호츠크해와 바이칼 호수) 가스수화물 해리에 대한 cALORIMETRIC 연구
Authors
Minami H.
Hachikubo A.
Jin, Young Keun
Shoji H.
Sakagami H.
Mazurenko L.
Obzhirov A
Zemskaya T.
Khlystov O.
Takahashi N.
Kida M.
Keywords
Calorimetric; Lake Baikal; Okhotsk Sea; dissociation; gas hydrate
Issue Date
2006
Citation
Minami H., et al. 2006. CALORIMETRIC STUDY OF ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL (OKHOTSK SEA AND LAKE BAIKAL) GAS HYDRATE DISSOCIATION. VNIIOkeangeologia. VNIIOkeangeologia. 2006.06.19~.
Abstract
Calorimetric studies for natural gas hydrate obtained from Sea of Okhotsk and Lake Baikal were done and showed promised results for determination of dissociation heat. Unfortunately, there are large errors in the dissociation heat from Kukuy samples because of a problem of sample quality. To clarify the effect of gas composition to dissociation heat of gas hydrates, preservation system for hydrate samples have to be improved. Natural samples contain sediment particles and dissolved minerals, which affect the thermal properties of gas hydrate bearing sediments. We have to consider these effects to understand the gas hydrate system in natural conditions.
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http://repository.kopri.re.kr/handle/201206/7666
Conference Name
VNIIOkeangeologia
Conference Place
VNIIOkeangeologia
Conference Date
2006.06.19~
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