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Numerical Simulations of Temperature Field of Coal-Bed Methane with Heat Injection Based on ANSYS

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1 Author(s)
Lu Bing Xiong ; State Key Lab. of Oil & Gas Reservoir Geol. & Exploitation, Chengdu Univ. of Technol., Chengdu, China

The three-dimensional temperature field of the coal-bed methane with heat injection was numerically calculated by ANSYS. The calculated results revealed that the temperature, the thermal gradients and the thermal flux vector sum of the coal-bed near the injection well was higher, while was smaller at the other area of Coal-bed Methane (CBM), which indicated that the coal-rock was not affected by heat but maintaining the initial temperature in a more distant, In addition, as time increased, the radius of heat injection for CBM also increased, so the produce of coal-bed gas would increase and the desorption was easier in the range of heat diffusion after heat injection.

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Computer Science and Electronics Engineering (ICCSEE), 2012 International Conference on  (Volume:2 )

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23-25 March 2012

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