Wednesday, June 18

1:45 PM-3:45 PM
Turcoise Room

MS33
Software Tools for Porous Media Flow

Numerical methods implemented as software tools are extensively used in all areas of the geosciences. Traditionally, such tools were implemented as stand-alone codes for a limited set of applications. More recently, modern techniques for developing software have led to the development of problem solving environments allowing a user to utilize the best tools available for different applications.

This minisymposium will focus on modern software techniques as applied to mathematical models of porous media flow. The speakers will discuss progress in the development of simulator environments for problems arising in the modeling of groundwater flow, oil reservoir flow and chemical reactors.

Organizers: Hans Petter Langtangen and Aslak Tveito
University of Oslo, Norway

1:45 A Simulation Environment for Porous Media Flow Applications
Hilde Erlandsen, SINTEF, Norway; and Hans Petter Langtangen and Aslak Tveito, Organizers
2:15 UNC_SIM: A Problem Solving Environment for Simulating Transport Phenomena in Multiphase Systems
Cass T. Miller, Matthew W. Farthing, and Christopher E. Kees, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
2:45 Paul H. Merz CANCELLED
Replaced by "Software Design for Multiphase Flow"
Linda Ingebrigtsen, Are Magnus Bruaset and Torgeir Rusten, SINTEF Applied Mathematics; and Hans Petter Langtangen, University of Oslo
3:15 On the Implementation of an Adaptive Finite Element Method for the Pressure Equation Arising in Reservoir Simulation
Klas Samuelsson, University of Olso, Norway

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