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Gas Hydrate Markup Language: Laboratory Data

Authors:

Tom Smith ,

M.I.T. Systems Inc, USA
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John Ripmeester,

The Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences, National Research Council of Canada, Canada
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Dendy Sloan,

Center for Hydrate Research, Colorado School of Mines, USA
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Tsutomu Uchida

Hokkaido University, Japan
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Abstract

Laboratory Hydrate Data is one of the three constituent modules comprising the XML based Gas Hydrate Markup Language (a.k.a. GHML) schema, the others being Field Hydrate data by L&oumul;wner et al. and Hydrate Modeling by Wang et al. This module describes the characteristics of natural and synthetic gas hydrates as they pertain to data acquired via analysis within a laboratory environment. Such data include the preservation history (i.e.: technique, pressurization gas and pressure, etc), Macroscopic data (i.e.: water-sediment ratio, appearance, P-T behavior, etc) as well as that of the Microscopic realm.
DOI: http://doi.org/10.2481/dsj.6.GH18
How to Cite: Smith, T. et al., (2007). Gas Hydrate Markup Language: Laboratory Data. Data Science Journal. 6, pp.GH18–GH24. DOI: http://doi.org/10.2481/dsj.6.GH18
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Published on 29 Jun 2007.
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