About this person

Sarah Gasda is a senior researcher at Uni CIPR since 2011 and holds a PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Princeton University, USA (2008). Her main research interests are in modeling and simulation of multiphase flow in porous media. She has worked for over 10 years in the field of geological CO2 storage, with particular focus on the development of upscaled models for large-scale simulation.

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Reports

  • Elenius, Maria; Gasda, Sarah Eileen; Kaufmann, Roland; Pettersson, Per; Aavatsmark, Ivar Final report LCSANS, Report no UC 43/2016. Uni Research CIPR 2016. 5 pages
  • Elenius, Maria; Gasda, Sarah Eileen; Kaufmann, Roland; Pettersson, Per; Aavatsmark, Ivar Simulation recommendations for CO2 storage, Report no UC 44/2016. Uni Research CIPR 2016. 5 pages

Other publications

  • Gasda, Sarah Eileen Keeping CO2 safely stored. 2017.
  • Gasda, Sarah Eileen; Wangen, Magnus; Bjørnarå, Tore Ingvald Model comparison for geomechanical simulation of large-scale CO2 storage. 2017.
  • Gasda, Sarah Eileen; Aavatsmark, Ivar; Elenius, Maria; Wangen, Magnus; Bjørnarå, Tore Ingvald Upscaled deformation models for large-scale CO2 storage. 2017.
  • Gasda, Sarah Eileen; Elenius, Maria Minisymposium: CO2-hydrocarbon interactions for CO2 storage in EOR/EGR reservoirs. 2017.
  • Aavatsmark, Ivar; Gasda, Sarah Eileen; Hægland, Håkon; Kaufmann, Roland Thermodynamic models for CO2-hydrocarbon mixtures. 2017.
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