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Az iskolai prevenció szereplői az iskolai valóságról

Actors of School Prevention about their School Experiences

Educatio
Authors:
András Szabó
and
Zsuzsanna Hanna Biró
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A felszín alatti hidrogéntárolás kőzetalkotó ásványokra gyakorolt hatása a Pannon-medencében

Effect of subsurface hydrogen storage on rock-forming minerals in the Pannonian Basin

Scientia et Securitas
Authors:
Orsolya Gelencsér
,
Péter Tóth
,
Tibor Németh
,
Zsuzsanna Szabó-Krausz
, and
György Falus

Összefoglalás.

Az energiaigény és a megújuló energiaforrásokból származó kínálat között fennálló szezonális eltérés áthidalható a hidrogéngáz bevezetésével az energiaellátásba. A nagy léptékű energiatárolás hidrogén formájában a felszín alatti térben lehetséges. Azonban a kőzet pórusterében az injektált hidrogén hatására végbemenő reakciók nemcsak a kitermelendő hidrogén mennyiségét és minőségét csökkentik, de a kőzet hosszabb távú állékonyságát is ronthatják. A Kárpát-Pannon régióban jelentős mennyiségben találhatók porózus kőzetek, amelyek hidrogéntárolásra is alkalmasak lehetnek. Ugyanakkor, ezek a kőzetek változatos ásványos összetételük miatt reakcióba léphetnek a hidrogénnel. Vizsgálatunk célja, hogy megismerjük a kőzetalkotó ásványok viselkedését pórusvíz és hidrogén jelenlétében, amely elengedhetetlen a rezervoár tárolási potenciáljának felméréséhez.

Summary.

One of the key substances in the modern-day energy transition is hydrogen, which can be utilized as an energy storage chemical substance. To store hydrogen on the scales required for global hydrogen economy, porous geological formations should be considered. However, geochemical challenges associated with hydrogen storage in sedimentary formations are still not well understood. Mineral dissolution and precipitation, as a result of hydrogen injection into the rocks not only can decrease the quality and the quantity of the stored hydrogen but may have an impact on the rock integrity as well. The Carpathian Pannonian region is rich in porous rocks, which could serve as hydrogen storage sites. However, many of them show various mineralogical compositions, which could behave differently under high hydrogen partial pressure. The main objective of our study is to predict geochemical reactions among rock-forming minerals, pore water and hydrogen. For this purpose, we apply analytical techniques and geochemical modeling.

The subject of this research is the Late Miocene Szolnok Sandstone Formation located in the Pannonian Basin, Carpathian-Pannonian Region. In the future this Formation can play a significant role in hydrogen storage, due to its favorable reservoir geological and petrophysical characteristics.

X-ray diffraction analyses were carried out, polished and thin sections were prepared for petrographic and geochemical analyses. The collected data were used in the PHREEQC modeling environment. In the first stage, equilibrium batch models were made to assess the potential long-term impacts of hydrogen on the reservoir rock and the effect of the geological environment. The modeling results of the project showed that hydrogen almost does not react with silicates (e.g., quartz). Possible hydrogen loss can occur due to redox reactions. Pyrite (FeS2) can react with hydrogen producing hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and since petrography has revealed that the studied sandstones have pyrite as accessory mineral.

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