Anozie Ebigbo Publications

Dr. Anozie Ebigbo

Senior Assistant

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Mailing Address
Dr. Anozie Ebigbo
Geothermal Energy & Geofluids
Institute of Geophysics
NO F 57
Sonneggstrasse 5
CH-8092 Zurich Switzerland

Contact
Phone +41 44 632 08 13
Email ebigbo(at)erdw.ethz.ch

Administration
Dominique Ballarin Dolfin
Phone +41 44 632 3465
Email ballarin(at)ethz.ch

Publications

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS IN JOURNALS

21.  J. Niederau and A. Ebigbo and G. Marquart and J. Arnold and C. Clauser On the impact of spatially heterogenous permeability on free convection in the Perth Basin, Australia, Geothermics, 66 pp.119-133 (2017), doi
20.  H. Büsing and C. Vogt and A. Ebigbo and N. Kitzsch Numerical study on CO2 leakage detection using electrical streaming potential data, Water Resour. Res, 53 pp.1-15 (2017), doi
19.  A. Ebigbo and P.A. Lang and A. Paluszny and R.W. Zimmerman Inclusion-based effective medium models for the permeability of a 3D fractured rock mass, 137, 113/1 pp.137-158 (2016), doi
18.  A. Ebigbo and J. Niederau and G. Marquart and I. Dini and M. Thorwart and W. Rabbel and R. Pechnig and R. Bertani and C. Clauser Influence of depth, temperature, and structure of a crustal heat source on the geothermal reservoirs of Tuscany: numerical modelling and sensitivity study, Geothermal Energy, 4/5 (2016), doi
17.  R. Seidler and K. Padalkina and H.M. Buecker and A. Ebigbo and M. Herty and G. Marquart and J. Niederau Optimal experimental design for reservoir property estimates in geothermal exploration, Computational Geomechanics, 20/375 (2016), doi
16.  C.-Z. Qin and S.M. Hassanizadeh and A. Ebigbo Pore-scale network modeling of microbially induced calcium carbonate precipitation: Insight into scale dependence of biogeochemical reaction rates, Water Resources Research/52 (2016), doi
15.  J. Hommel and E. Lauchnor and R. Gerlach and A.B. Cunningham and A. Ebigbo and R. Helmig and H. Class Investigating the influence of the initial biomass distribution and injection strategies on biofilm- mediated calcite precipitation in porous media, Transport in Porous Media (2015), doi
14.  J. Hommel and E. Lauchnor and A. Phillips and R. Gerlach and A.B. Cunningham and R. Helmig and A. Ebigbo and H. Class A revised model for microbially induced calcite precipitation: Improvements and new insights based on recent experiments, Water Resources Research, 51/5 pp.3695-3715 (2015), doi
13.  A. Ebigbo and F. Golfier and M. Quintard A coupled, pore-scale model for methanogenic microbial activity in underground hydrogen storage, Advances in Water Resources, 61 pp.74-85 (2013), doi
12.  T. Lange and M. Sauter and M. Heitfeld and K. Schetelig and K. Brosig and W. Jahnke and A. Kissinger and R. Helmig and A. Ebigbo and H. Class Hydraulic fracturing in unconventional gas reservoirs: risks in the geological system, part 1, Environmental Earth Sciences, 70/8 pp.3839-3853 (2013), doi
11.  A. Kissinger and R. Helmig and A. Ebigbo and H. Class and T. Lange and M. Sauter and M. Heitfeld and J. Klünker and W. Jahnke Hydraulic fracturing in unconventional gas reservoirs: risks in the geological system, part 2, Environmental Earth Sciences, 70/8 pp.3855-3873 (2013), no_doi
10.  A.B. Cunningham and E. Lauchnor and J. Eldring and E. Esposito and A.C. Mitchell and R. Gerlach and A.J. Phillips and A. Ebigbo and L.H. Spangler Abandoned well CO2 leakage mitigation using biologically induced mineralization: current progress and future directions, Greenhouse Gases: Science & Technology, 3 pp.40-49 (2013), doi
9.  R. Helmig and B. Flemisch and M. Wolff and A. Ebigbo and H. Class Model coupling for multiphase flow in porous media, Advances in Water Resources, 51/7 pp.52-66 (2013), doi
8.  A. Ebigbo and A. Phillips and R. Gerlach and R. Helmig and A.B. Cunningham and H. Class Darcy-scale modeling of microbially induced carbonate mineral precipitation in sand columns, Water Resources Research, 48/7, W07519 (2012), doi
7.  I. Skjaelaaen and A. Ebigbo and M. Espedal and R. Helmig A model for transport of hydrogen sulfide in oil- and water-saturated porous media, Computing and Visualization in Science, 13/6 pp.265-273 (2010), doi
6.  A. Ebigbo and R. Helmig and A.B. Cunningham and H. Class and R. Gerlach Modelling biofilm growth in the presence of carbon dioxide and water flow in the subsurface, Advances in Water Resources, 33/7 pp.762-781 (2010), doi
5.  T.L. van Noorden and I.S. Pop and A. Ebigbo and R. Helmig An upscaled model for biofilm growth in a thin strip, Water Resources Research, 46/6, W06505 (2010), doi
4.  H. Class and A. Ebigbo and R Helmig and H.K. Dahle and J.M. Nordbotten and M.A. Celia and P. Audigane and M. Darcis and J. Ennis-King and Y. Fan A benchmark study on problems related to CO2 storage in geologic formations , Computational Geosciences, 13/4, Sp. Iss. SI pp.409-434 (2009), doi
3.  A. Kopp and A. Ebigbo and A. Bielinski and H. Class and R. Helmig Numerical simulation of temperature changes caused by CO2 injection in geological reservoirs, AAPG Studies in Geology, 59/26 pp.439-456 (2009), doi
2.  A. Ebigbo and H. Class and R. Helmig CO2 leakage through an abandoned well: problem- oriented benchmarks, Computational Geosciences, 11/2 pp.103-115 (2007), doi
1.  H. Class and A. Bielinski and R. Helmig and A. Kopp and A. Ebigbo Numerical simulation of CO2 storage in geological formations, Chemie Ingenieur Technik, 78/4 pp.445-452 (2006), doi

PROCEEDINGS REFEREED

2.  J. Hommel and A. Ebigbo and R. Gerlach and A. B. Cunningham and R. Helmig and H. Class Finding a Balance between Accuracy and Effort For Modeling Biomineralization, Energy Procedia, 97 pp.379-386 (2016), doi
1.  J. Hommel and A. B. Cunningham and R. Helmig and A. Ebigbo and H. Class Numerical Investigation of Microbially Induced Calcite Precipitation as a Leakage Mitigation Technology, Energy Procedia, 40 pp.392-397 (2013), doi

THESES

2.  A. Ebigbo Modelling of biofilm growth and its influence on CO2 and water (two-phase) flow in porous media, Theses PhD (2009), doi
1.  A. Ebigbo Thermal Effects of Carbon Dioxide Sequestration in the Subsurface. Diplomarbeit, Institut für Wasserbau, Theses MSc (2005), no_doi

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REFEREED PUBLICATIONS IN JOURNALS

21.  J. Niederau and A. Ebigbo and G. Marquart and J. Arnold and C. Clauser On the impact of spatially heterogenous permeability on free convection in the Perth Basin, Australia, Geothermics, 66 pp.119-133 (2017), doi
20.  H. Büsing and C. Vogt and A. Ebigbo and N. Kitzsch Numerical study on CO2 leakage detection using electrical streaming potential data, Water Resour. Res, 53 pp.1-15 (2017), doi
19.  A. Ebigbo and P.A. Lang and A. Paluszny and R.W. Zimmerman Inclusion-based effective medium models for the permeability of a 3D fractured rock mass, 137, 113/1 pp.137-158 (2016), doi
18.  A. Ebigbo and J. Niederau and G. Marquart and I. Dini and M. Thorwart and W. Rabbel and R. Pechnig and R. Bertani and C. Clauser Influence of depth, temperature, and structure of a crustal heat source on the geothermal reservoirs of Tuscany: numerical modelling and sensitivity study, Geothermal Energy, 4/5 (2016), doi
17.  R. Seidler and K. Padalkina and H.M. Buecker and A. Ebigbo and M. Herty and G. Marquart and J. Niederau Optimal experimental design for reservoir property estimates in geothermal exploration, Computational Geomechanics, 20/375 (2016), doi
16.  C.-Z. Qin and S.M. Hassanizadeh and A. Ebigbo Pore-scale network modeling of microbially induced calcium carbonate precipitation: Insight into scale dependence of biogeochemical reaction rates, Water Resources Research/52 (2016), doi
15.  J. Hommel and E. Lauchnor and R. Gerlach and A.B. Cunningham and A. Ebigbo and R. Helmig and H. Class Investigating the influence of the initial biomass distribution and injection strategies on biofilm- mediated calcite precipitation in porous media, Transport in Porous Media (2015), doi
14.  J. Hommel and E. Lauchnor and A. Phillips and R. Gerlach and A.B. Cunningham and R. Helmig and A. Ebigbo and H. Class A revised model for microbially induced calcite precipitation: Improvements and new insights based on recent experiments, Water Resources Research, 51/5 pp.3695-3715 (2015), doi
13.  A. Ebigbo and F. Golfier and M. Quintard A coupled, pore-scale model for methanogenic microbial activity in underground hydrogen storage, Advances in Water Resources, 61 pp.74-85 (2013), doi
12.  T. Lange and M. Sauter and M. Heitfeld and K. Schetelig and K. Brosig and W. Jahnke and A. Kissinger and R. Helmig and A. Ebigbo and H. Class Hydraulic fracturing in unconventional gas reservoirs: risks in the geological system, part 1, Environmental Earth Sciences, 70/8 pp.3839-3853 (2013), doi
11.  A. Kissinger and R. Helmig and A. Ebigbo and H. Class and T. Lange and M. Sauter and M. Heitfeld and J. Klünker and W. Jahnke Hydraulic fracturing in unconventional gas reservoirs: risks in the geological system, part 2, Environmental Earth Sciences, 70/8 pp.3855-3873 (2013), no_doi
10.  A.B. Cunningham and E. Lauchnor and J. Eldring and E. Esposito and A.C. Mitchell and R. Gerlach and A.J. Phillips and A. Ebigbo and L.H. Spangler Abandoned well CO2 leakage mitigation using biologically induced mineralization: current progress and future directions, Greenhouse Gases: Science & Technology, 3 pp.40-49 (2013), doi
9.  R. Helmig and B. Flemisch and M. Wolff and A. Ebigbo and H. Class Model coupling for multiphase flow in porous media, Advances in Water Resources, 51/7 pp.52-66 (2013), doi
8.  A. Ebigbo and A. Phillips and R. Gerlach and R. Helmig and A.B. Cunningham and H. Class Darcy-scale modeling of microbially induced carbonate mineral precipitation in sand columns, Water Resources Research, 48/7, W07519 (2012), doi
7.  I. Skjaelaaen and A. Ebigbo and M. Espedal and R. Helmig A model for transport of hydrogen sulfide in oil- and water-saturated porous media, Computing and Visualization in Science, 13/6 pp.265-273 (2010), doi
6.  A. Ebigbo and R. Helmig and A.B. Cunningham and H. Class and R. Gerlach Modelling biofilm growth in the presence of carbon dioxide and water flow in the subsurface, Advances in Water Resources, 33/7 pp.762-781 (2010), doi
5.  T.L. van Noorden and I.S. Pop and A. Ebigbo and R. Helmig An upscaled model for biofilm growth in a thin strip, Water Resources Research, 46/6, W06505 (2010), doi
4.  H. Class and A. Ebigbo and R Helmig and H.K. Dahle and J.M. Nordbotten and M.A. Celia and P. Audigane and M. Darcis and J. Ennis-King and Y. Fan A benchmark study on problems related to CO2 storage in geologic formations , Computational Geosciences, 13/4, Sp. Iss. SI pp.409-434 (2009), doi
3.  A. Kopp and A. Ebigbo and A. Bielinski and H. Class and R. Helmig Numerical simulation of temperature changes caused by CO2 injection in geological reservoirs, AAPG Studies in Geology, 59/26 pp.439-456 (2009), doi
2.  A. Ebigbo and H. Class and R. Helmig CO2 leakage through an abandoned well: problem- oriented benchmarks, Computational Geosciences, 11/2 pp.103-115 (2007), doi
1.  H. Class and A. Bielinski and R. Helmig and A. Kopp and A. Ebigbo Numerical simulation of CO2 storage in geological formations, Chemie Ingenieur Technik, 78/4 pp.445-452 (2006), doi

PROCEEDINGS REFEREED

2.  J. Hommel and A. Ebigbo and R. Gerlach and A. B. Cunningham and R. Helmig and H. Class Finding a Balance between Accuracy and Effort For Modeling Biomineralization, Energy Procedia, 97 pp.379-386 (2016), doi
1.  J. Hommel and A. B. Cunningham and R. Helmig and A. Ebigbo and H. Class Numerical Investigation of Microbially Induced Calcite Precipitation as a Leakage Mitigation Technology, Energy Procedia, 40 pp.392-397 (2013), doi

THESES

2.  A. Ebigbo Modelling of biofilm growth and its influence on CO2 and water (two-phase) flow in porous media, Theses PhD (2009), doi
1.  A. Ebigbo Thermal Effects of Carbon Dioxide Sequestration in the Subsurface. Diplomarbeit, Institut für Wasserbau, Theses MSc (2005), no_doi