G23FM: A tool for meshing complex geological media. We present G23FM, a mesh generation tool for discretizing two- and three-dimensional complex fractured geological media. G23FM includes different techniques to generate finite element grids that maintain the geometric integrity of input surfaces, and geologic data and produce optimal triangular/tetrahedral grids for flow and transport simulations. G23FM generates grid for two-dimensional cross-sections, represents faults and fractures, for three-dimensional fractured media, and has the capability of including finer grids. Different examples are presented to illustrate some of the main features of G23FM.
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- Mustapha, Hussein; Makromallis, Konstantinos; Cominelli, Alberto: An efficient hybrid-grid crossflow equilibrium model for field-scale fractured reservoir simulation (2020)
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- Botella, Arnaud; Lévy, Bruno; Caumon, Guillaume: Indirect unstructured hex-dominant mesh generation using tetrahedra recombination (2016)
- Florez, Horacio; Manzanilla-Morillo, Raul; Florez, Jorge; Wheeler, Mary F.: Spline-based reservoir’s geometry reconstruction and mesh generation for coupled flow and mechanics simulation (2014)
- Mustapha, Hussein: A Gabriel-Delaunay triangulation of 2D complex fractured media for multiphase flow simulations (2014)
- Mustapha, Hussein: G23FM: A tool for meshing complex geological media (2011)