Publications and responsibilities
Comparison between algebraic multigrid and multilevel multiscale methods for reservoir simulation
Multiscale methods for solving strongly heterogenous systems in reservoirs have a long history from the early ideas used on incompressible flow to the newly released version in commercial simulation. Much effort has been put into making the MsFV method work for fully unstructured multiphase problems...
Additive Schwarz Preconditioned Exact Newton Method as a Nonlinear Preconditioner for Multiphase Porous Media Flow
Data-Driven Models Based on Flow Diagnostics
Data-driven models are an attractive alternative to reservoir simulation in workflows where full field-scale simulations may be computationally prohibitive [3,4]. One example is the forecasting and schedule optimization of waterflooding scenarios, where numerous function evaluations that correspond...
Multi-model hybrid compositional simulator with application to segregated flow
How to use recent developments of the MATLAB Reservoir Simulation Toolbox for fast prototyping of complex fluid models
A Comparison of Consistent Discretizations for Elliptic Problems on Polyhedral Grids
In this work, we review a set of consistent discretizations for second-order elliptic equations, and compare and contrast them with respect to accuracy, monotonicity, and factors affecting their computational cost (degrees of freedom, sparsity, and condition numbers). Our comparisons include the...
Evaluating thermal losses and storage capacity in high-temperature aquifer thermal energy storage (HT-ATES) systems with well operating limits: insights from a study-case in the Greater Geneva Basin, Switzerland
An implicit local time-stepping method based on cell reordering for multiphase flow in porous media
We discuss how to introduce local time-step refinements in a sequential implicit method for multiphase flow in porous media. Our approach relies heavily on causality-based optimal ordering, which implies that cells can be ordered according to total fluxes after the pressure field has been computed...