Daniel Birdsell Publications

Dr. Daniel Birdsell

Post-Doctoral Associate

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Mailing Address
Dr. Daniel Birdsell
Geothermal Energy & Geofluids
Institute of Geophysics
NO F 61
Sonneggstrasse 5
CH-8092 Zurich Switzerland

Contact
Phone +41 44 632 4710
Email danielbi(at)ethz.ch

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

Publications

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REFEREED PUBLICATIONS IN JOURNALS

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Birdsell, D., S. Karra, and H. Rajaram On the Representation of the Porosity‐Pressure Relationship in General Subsurface Flow Codes Water Resources Research, 54/2, pp. 1382-1388, 2018. Download

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Birdsell, D., H. Rajaram, D. Dempsey, and H. Viswanathan Hydraulic fracturing fluid migration in the subsurface: A review and expanded modeling results Water Resources Research, 51/9, pp. 7159-7188, 2015. Download

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Birdsell, D., H. Rajaram, and G. Lackey Imbibition of hydraulic fracturing fluids into partially saturated shale Water Resources Research, 51/8, pp. 6787-6796, 2015. Download


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PROCEEDINGS REFEREED

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Birdsell, D., H. Rajaram, and S. Karra Code development for modeling induced seismicity with flow and mechanics using a discrete fracture network and matrix formulation with evolving hydraulic diffusivity , 52nd US Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium and Discrete Fracture Network Engineering Conference, ARMA 18-565, 2018.

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Birdsell, D., H. Rajaram, D. Dempsey, and H. Viswanathan Numerical Model of Hydraulic Fracturing Fluid Transport in the Subsurface with Pressure Transient and Density Effects , 49th US Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium, 2015.


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THESES

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Birdsell, D. An Investigation of Subsurface Fluid Injections Related to Oil and Gas Development: Modeling Hydraulic Fracturing Fluid Migration and Induced Seismicity, Dissertation, 161 pp., 2018.