This tutorial shows how to call the trapping analysis routine, and some ways to use the generated information.
In this example we show how to set up a standard format black-oil model that can be used to simulate a VE model. For the actual simulation, we use the fully-implicit solver in MRST from the 'ad-fi' module, which is based on automatic differentiation.
Since the MRST2015a, a new, class-based framework for setting up fully-implicit simulations in a simple way has been introduced. Here, we use the framework to setup and run multiple simulations of an injection scenario, using different assumptions on boundary conditions and capillary pressure.
This example shows a conceptual model of a multilayered system where there is leakage through the caprock that delineates each layer. The system is simulated using a standard fully-implicit simulator with a fluid model that mimics a vertical equilibrium formulation.
Published February 8, 2016