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Advanced Modeling with the MATLAB Reservoir Simulation Toolbox

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R. L. Berge, Ø. S. Klemetsdal, K.-A. Lie, M. Al Kobaisi, W. Zhang, O. Møyner, X. Sun, K. Bao, D. Wong, F. Doster, S. Geiger, O. Olorode, B. Wang, H. U. Rashid, R. March, C. Maier, F. Doster, M. Collignon, J. Varela, S. Gasda, E. Keilegavlen, J. M. Nordbotten, O. Andersen
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  • Date Published: November 2021
  • availability: Available
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781316519967

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  • Many leading experts contribute to this follow-up to An Introduction to Reservoir Simulation using MATLAB/GNU Octave: User Guide for the MATLAB Reservoir Simulation Toolbox (MRST). It introduces more advanced functionality that has been recently added to the open-source MRST software. It is however a self-contained introduction to a variety of modern numerical methods for simulating multiphase flow in porous media, with applications to geothermal energy, chemical enhanced oil recovery (EOR), flow in fractured and unconventional reservoirs, and in the unsaturated zone. The reader will learn how to implement new models and algorithms in a robust, efficient manner. A large number of numerical examples are included, all fully equipped with code and data so that the reader can reproduce the results and use them as a starting point for their own work. Like the original textbook, this book will prove invaluable for researchers, professionals and advanced students using reservoir simulation methods. This title is available as Open Access on Cambridge Core.

    • The original MRST textbook was very well received, and there have been many requests for this follow-up book covering more advanced methods
    • MRST is a very popular community code and has expanded its functionality over recent years. This book will provide an up-to-date account of the most recent functionality that will prove very useful for students and researchers
    • Acts as a user guide to advanced features of the widely used open-source MRST code: providing the details a reader needs to use these methods in their own work
    • This title is available as Open Access on Cambridge Core
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    • Date Published: November 2021
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781316519967
    • length: 500 pages
    • dimensions: 252 x 176 x 36 mm
    • weight: 1.2kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Part I: Grid Generation, Discretizations, and Solvers
    1. Unstructured PEBI Grids Conforming to Lower-Dimensional Objects R. L. Berge, Ø. S. Klemetsdal, and K.-A. Lie
    2. Nonlinear Finite-Volume Methods for the Flow Equation in Porous Media M. Al Kobaisi and W. Zhang
    3. Implicit Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Transport Equations in Porous Media Ø.S. Klemetsdal and K.-A. Lie
    4. Multiscale Pressure Solvers for Stratigraphic and Polytopal Grids K.-A. Lie and O. Møyner
    Part II: Rapid Prototyping and Accelerated Computation
    5. Better AD Simulators with Flexible State Functions and Accurate Discretizations O. Møyner
    6. Faster Simulation with Optimized Automatic Differentiation and Compiled Linear Solvers O. Møyner
    Part III: Modelling of New Physical Processes
    7. Using State Functions and MRST's AD-OO Framework to Implement Simulators for Chemical EOR X. Sun, K.-A. Lie, and K. Bao
    8. Compositional Simulation with the AD-OO Framework O. Møyner
    9. Embedded Discrete Fracture Models D. Wong, F. Doster, and S. Geiger
    10. Numerical Modelling of Fractured Unconventional Oil and Gas Reservoirs O. Olorode, B. Wang and H. U. Rashid
    11. A Unified Framework for Flow Simulation in Fractured Reservoirs R. March, C. Maier, F. Doster, and S. Geiger
    12. Simulation of Geothermal Systems using MRST M. Collignon, Ø. S. Klemetsdal, and O. Møyner
    13. A Finite Volume-based Module for Unsaturated Poroelasticity J. Varela, S. Gasda, E. Keilegavlen, and J. M. Nordbotten
    14. A Brief Introduction to Poroelasticity and Simulation of Coupled Geomechanics and Flow in MRST O. Andersen
    References.

  • Editors

    Knut-Andreas Lie, SINTEF
    Knut-Andreas Lie is Chief Scientist at SINTEF in Oslo, Norway. Over the last 20 years he has developed commercial and in-house software solutions for the international petroleum industry. He is a founding father of two pieces of open-source community software (MRST and OPM). He is the author of the textbook An Introduction to Reservoir Simulation using MATLAB/GNU Octave: User Guide for the MATLAB Reservoir Simulation Toolbox (MRST). He has authored 170 scientific papers and supervised seventy MSc/PhD students. Knut-Andreas is a Fellow of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM), an elected member of the Norwegian Academy of Technological Sciences, and recently served as executive editor of SPE (Society of Petroleum Engineers) Journal.

    Olav Møyner, SINTEF
    Olav Møyner is a Research Scientist at SINTEF in Oslo, Norway. For the past 10 years, he has been one of the primary developers of the MRST open-source community software. His work on multiscale methods for reservoir simulation won him the 2017 prize from the Dimitris N. Chorafas Foundation for the best PhD thesis at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim. In 2019 he was awarded the Early Career Prize from the SIAM Activity Group on Geosciences for his 'elegant and insightful contributions to theory, algorithms, and software for multiscale porous flow simulation, and for his exceptional scholarly productivity and impact on practice'.

    Contributors

    R. L. Berge, Ø. S. Klemetsdal, K.-A. Lie, M. Al Kobaisi, W. Zhang, O. Møyner, X. Sun, K. Bao, D. Wong, F. Doster, S. Geiger, O. Olorode, B. Wang, H. U. Rashid, R. March, C. Maier, F. Doster, M. Collignon, J. Varela, S. Gasda, E. Keilegavlen, J. M. Nordbotten, O. Andersen

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