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Seo, Yongwon (서용원)

Department
Department of Urban and Environmental Engineering(도시환경공학과)
Website
http://ywseo.unist.ac.kr/
Lab
Advanced Clean Energy Lab. (청정에너지 연구실)
Research Keywords
가스 하이드레이트, 온실 가스, 청정 에너지, 이산화탄소 포집, 이산화탄소 저장, 유동안정성, 가스하이드레이트 저해제, Gas Hydrate, Greenhouse Gas, clean energy, Carbon Dioxide Capture, Carbon Dioxide Storage, Flow Assurance
Research Interests
 Our dedicated studies include carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) to
mitigate global warming and to pursue the clean use of fossil fuels. Major
research interests are applications of gas hydrates to energy and environmental
systems focusing on CO2 capture, CO2 storage, natural gas
storage and transportation, and hydrogen storage. Gas hydrates are solid
inclusion compounds in which gas molecules are trapped within a crystal
structure of water and have many technical applications due to the ability to
capture specific gas components.
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2022-01Effects of pressure and temperature conditions on thermodynamic and kinetic guest exchange behaviors of CH4 - CO2 + N-2 replacement for energy recovery and greenhouse gas storageMok, Junghoon; Choi, Wonjung; Lee, Jonghyuk, et alARTICLE36 Effects of pressure and temperature conditions on thermodynamic and kinetic guest exchange behaviors of CH4 - CO2 + N-2 replacement for energy recovery and greenhouse gas storage
2021-12The impact of the abnormal salinity enrichment in pore water on the thermodynamic stability of marine natural gas hydrates in the Arctic regionChoi, Wonjung; Lee, Joonseop; Kim, Young-Gyun, et alARTICLE52 The impact of the abnormal salinity enrichment in pore water on the thermodynamic stability of marine natural gas hydrates in the Arctic region
2021-12Synergistic inhibition effects of hydrophilic monomeric substances on CH4 hydrate as revealed by experimental and computational approachesGo, Woojin; Lee, Dongyoung; Seo, YongwonARTICLE27 Synergistic inhibition effects of hydrophilic monomeric substances on CH4 hydrate as revealed by experimental and computational approaches
2021-11Fused aromatic networks as a new class of gas hydrate inhibitorsNoh, Hyuk-Jun; Lee, Dongyoung; Go, Woojin, et alARTICLE9 Fused aromatic networks as a new class of gas hydrate inhibitors
2021-10The dual-functional roles of N-2 gas for the exploitation of natural gas hydrates: An inhibitor for dissociation and an external guest for replacementMok, Junghoon; Choi, Wonjung; Seo, YongwonARTICLE25 The dual-functional roles of N-2 gas for the exploitation of natural gas hydrates: An inhibitor for dissociation and an external guest for replacement
2021-10Kinetic Selectivity of SF6 during Formation and Dissociation of SF6 + N-2 Hydrates and Its Significance in Hydrate-Based Greenhouse Gas SeparationKo, Gyeol; Go, Woojin; Seo, YongwonARTICLE14 Kinetic Selectivity of SF6 during Formation and Dissociation of SF6 + N-2 Hydrates and Its Significance in Hydrate-Based Greenhouse Gas Separation
2021-08Mechanism and kinetics of guest exchange in sII hydrate - Flue gas replacement as revealed by experimental and computational approaches for hydrocarbon recovery and CO2 sequestrationChoi, Wonjung; Go, Woojin; Lee, Yohan, et alARTICLE100 Mechanism and kinetics of guest exchange in sII hydrate - Flue gas replacement as revealed by experimental and computational approaches for hydrocarbon recovery and CO2 sequestration
2021-08Thermodynamic and structural features of chlorodifluoromethane (a sI-sII dual hydrate former) plus external guest (N-2 or CH4) hydrates and their significance for greenhouse gas separationMok, Junghoon; Lim, Junkyu; Choi, Wonjung, et alARTICLE52 Thermodynamic and structural features of chlorodifluoromethane (a sI-sII dual hydrate former) plus external guest (N-2 or CH4) hydrates and their significance for greenhouse gas separation
2021-05Optimal driving force for the dissociation of CH4 hydrates in hydrate-bearing sediments using depressurizationChoi, Wonjung; Mok, Junghoon; Lee, Yohan, et alARTICLE70 Optimal driving force for the dissociation of CH4 hydrates in hydrate-bearing sediments using depressurization
2021-04Evaluation of kinetic salt-en ric hment behavior and separation performance of HFC-152a hydrate-based desalination using an experimental measurement and a thermodynamic correlationMok, Junghoon; Choi, Wonjung; Seo, YongwonARTICLE90 Evaluation of kinetic salt-en ric hment behavior and separation performance of HFC-152a hydrate-based desalination using an experimental measurement and a thermodynamic correlation
2021-04Complex Phase Behaviors and Structural Coexistence of Natural Gas Hydrates Containing Large-Molecule Guest SubstancesLee, Joonseop; Ko, Gyeol; Mok, Junghoon, et alARTICLE54 Complex Phase Behaviors and Structural Coexistence of Natural Gas Hydrates Containing Large-Molecule Guest Substances
2021-02Separation efficiency and equilibrium recovery ratio of SF6 in hydrate-based greenhouse gas separationKo, Gyeol; Lee, Joonseop; Seo, YongwonARTICLE77 Separation efficiency and equilibrium recovery ratio of SF6 in hydrate-based greenhouse gas separation
2021-01Experimental investigation of the exact role of large-molecule guest substances (LMGSs) in determining phase equilibria and structures of natural gas hydratesLee, Joonseop; Lee, Dongyoung; Seo, YongwonARTICLE65 Experimental investigation of the exact role of large-molecule guest substances (LMGSs) in determining phase equilibria and structures of natural gas hydrates
2020-12Recoverable and recyclable gas hydrate inhibitors based on magnetic nanoparticle-decorated metal-organic frameworksLee, Dongyoung; Jeoung, Sungeun; Moon, Hoi Ri, et alARTICLE169 Recoverable and recyclable gas hydrate inhibitors based on magnetic nanoparticle-decorated metal-organic frameworks
2020-11Thermodynamic inhibition effects of an ionic liquid (choline chloride), a naturally derived substance (urea), and their mixture (deep eutectic solvent) on CH4 hydratesLee, Dongyoung; Go, Woojin; Oh, Jungmin, et alARTICLE190 Thermodynamic inhibition effects of an ionic liquid (choline chloride), a naturally derived substance (urea), and their mixture (deep eutectic solvent) on CH4 hydrates
2020-11Formation and dissociation behaviors of SF6 hydrates in the presence of a surfactant and an antifoaming agent for hydrate-based greenhouse gas (SF6) separationKo, Gyeol; Seo, YongwonARTICLE144 Formation and dissociation behaviors of SF6 hydrates in the presence of a surfactant and an antifoaming agent for hydrate-based greenhouse gas (SF6) separation
2020-11Influence of CH4 hydrate exploitation using depressurization and replacement methods on mechanical strength of hydrate-bearing sedimentLee, Yohan; Deusner, Christian; Kossel, Elke, et alARTICLE141 Influence of CH4 hydrate exploitation using depressurization and replacement methods on mechanical strength of hydrate-bearing sediment
2020-09Mesoscale Modeling of Exploiting Methane Hydrate by CO2 Replacement in Homogeneous Porous MediaHsieh, Pei-Ying; Sean, Wu-Yang; Sato, Toru, et alARTICLE120 Mesoscale Modeling of Exploiting Methane Hydrate by CO2 Replacement in Homogeneous Porous Media
2020-09Influence of feed gas composition on structural transformation and guest exchange behaviors in sH hydrate - Flue gas replacement for energy recovery and CO2 sequestrationChoi, Wonjung; Lee, Yohan; Mok, Junghoon, et alARTICLE90 Influence of feed gas composition on structural transformation and guest exchange behaviors in sH hydrate - Flue gas replacement for energy recovery and CO2 sequestration
2020-08Inhibition synergism of glycine (an amino acid) and [BMIM][BF4] (an ionic liquid) on the growth of CH4 hydrateLee, Dongyoung; Go, Woojin; Ko, Gyeol, et alARTICLE241 Inhibition synergism of glycine (an amino acid) and [BMIM][BF4] (an ionic liquid) on the growth of CH4 hydrate

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