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Long-term gas migration through clays cannot be simulated by conventional two-phase flow models alone owing to the presence of material deformation. In this article, an extended two-phase flow model that incorporates mechanical effects is proposed. The model allows the formation of preferential pathway and considers the relation between pore moisture and pore deformation. It was carried out with the intention of avoiding the complexity of a fully coupled thermal, hydraulic and mechanical modelling. In the new model, porosity, permeability, swelling pressure and pathways formation threshold depend on the water saturation. The model is validated on different gas injection experiments...

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