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Proceedings of the International Conference on Civil Infrastructure and Construction (CIC 2020)
Gas hydrates are ice-like structures formed under high pressure and low temperature conditions. They are considered as a potential energy source due to their abundance and the increase in energy demand worldwide. A fundamental understanding of hydrate formation and dissociation kinetics is essential in order to improve gas productivity from natural hydrates reservoirs. This paper investigates the evolution of hydrate specific area during the process of hydrate formation using dynamic 3Ddoi:10.29117/cic.2020.0081 fatcat:wtebfe3sgfdjheox5wndpzmtmm