Niels Bohr Institute
University of Copenhagen
2100 Copenhagen, Denmark
E-mail: linga [at] nbi [dot] dk (public key)
Phone: (+45) 53 81 78 33
I am a physicist from Bergen, Norway. I hold a MSc degree (siv. ing.)
in Technical physics from the Norwegian
University of Science and Technology, Trondheim (with an exchange stay at Université Pierre et Marie Curie in Paris).
I am on leave from a position as a researcher in the Flow phenomena group at SINTEF
Energy Research, Trondheim.
I work on modelling and simulation of flow in and deformation of disordered materials, such as fluid-saturated fractures and porous rocks.
The studies can, e.g., lead to an improved understanding of physical aspects of carbon capture, transport and storage.
My PhD thesis advisor is Assoc. Prof. Joachim Mathiesen, and I am a part of the NanoHeal
- Physics of complex systems
- Fracture and creep
- Interface dynamics
- Fluid transport in disordered media
- Modelling and simulation of multiphase and multiphysics flow
- CO2 transport and storage (CCS)
- Creep rupture of fiber bundles: A molecular dynamics investigation
GL, Pietro Ballone, Alex Hansen, Physical Review E 92, 022405 (2015).
- Two-phase nozzle flow and the subcharacteristic condition
GL, Peder Aursand, Tore
of Mathematical Analysis and Applications 426,
- A two-fluid model for vertical flow applied to CO2 injection wells
GL, Halvor Lund, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 51, 71-80 (2016).
- Self-similar distributions of fluid velocity and stress heterogeneity in a dissolving porous limestone
GL, François Renard, and Joachim Mathiesen, Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 122 (2017).
- Thermodynamic Modeling with Equations of State: Present
Challenges with Established
Ø. Wilhelmsen, A. Aasen, G. Skaugen,
P. Aursand, A. Austegard, E. Aursand, M. Aa. Gjennestad,
H. Lund, GL, and M. Hammer, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 56 (2017).
- Electrohydrodynamic channeling effects in narrow fractures and pores
A. Bolet, GL, J. Mathiesen, Physical Review E, accepted (2018), arXiv.
- A hierarchy of non-equilibrium two-phase flow models
GL, Submitted (2018), arXiv.
- Stress Distribution in Fluid-Saturated Porous Solids: Interactions Between Elasticity, Fluid Flow, and Microstructure
GL, François Renard, and Joachim Mathiesen, FlowTrans, Strasbourg (Poster, 2015).
- Fat-tailed waiting-time distributions induce anomalous transport in porous media
GL, Anier Hernández-García, and Joachim Mathiesen, Complex Motion in Fluids, Twente (Poster, 2016).
- The Breaking Process of an Idealized Polymeric Bundle under Applied Tensile Stress
Supervisors: Alex Hansen, Pietro Ballone (MSc thesis, 2014).
- A Mathematical Study of Non-Equilibrium Two-Phase Flow (Project thesis, 2013).
- Modelling and simulation of nanohole growth (Project thesis, 2013)
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