Publications and responsibilities
Surfactant and Polymer flooding simulation in MRST
Modern numerical methods and their applications in mechanical engineering
Polymer Injectivity Implementation in OPM
Flow split characterization of two immiscible phases with different wettability scenarios: A numerical investigation using a coupled Cahn-Hilliard and Navier-Stokes system
Numerical investigation of flow branching of two-phase immiscible fluids in a Y-shaped, planner channel is conducted by solving the coupled Cahn–Hilliard and Naiver–Stokes system with finite element method. In this system a horizontal channel is branched into two identical and symmetric branches wit...
Testing and reproducibility of the OPM Flow reservoir simulator
The Open Porous Media framework (OPM)
Numerical modeling of non-Newtonian fluid flow in fractures and porous media
Non-Newtonian fluids having Bingham or power-law rheology are common in many applications within drilling and reservoir engineering. Examples of such fluids are drilling muds, foams, heavy oil, hydraulic-fracturing and other stimulation fluids, and cement slurries. Despite the importance of non-Newt...
Polymer flooding simulation with MRST
Fully implicit simulation of polymer flooding with MRST
The present work describes a fully implicit simulator for polymer injection implemented in the free, open-source MATLAB Reservoir Simulation Toolbox (MRST). Polymer injection is one of the widely used enhanced oil recovery (EOR) techniques and complicated physical process is involved, which makes a...