MRST

The MATLAB Reservoir Simulation Toolbox is developed by SINTEF Applied Matemathics and is a result of our research on the development of new (multiscale) computational methodologies. The toolbox consists of a comprehensive set of routines and data structures for reading, representing, processing, and visualizing unstructured grids, with particular emphasis on the corner-point format used within the petroleum industry. The package is currently geared towards single- and two-phase flow and contains a set of mimetic and multiscale flow solvers and a few simple transport solvers capable of handling general unstructured grids. The toolbox is intended for rapid prototyping on complex (corner-point) grids and demonstration of the multiscale simulation concept. For more computationally challenging cases (e.g., models with more than 100 000 cells), we are developing a similar C++ toolbox, which is not yet publicly available.


References in zbMATH (referenced in 23 articles , 1 standard article )

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  1. Diaz Cortes, G.B.; Vuik, C.; Jansen, J.D.: On POD-based deflation vectors for DPCG applied to porous media problems (2018)
  2. Insuasty, Edwin; Van den Hof, Paul M.J.; Weiland, Siep; Jansen, Jan-Dirk: Flow-based dissimilarity measures for reservoir models: a spatial-temporal tensor approach (2017)
  3. Schneider, Martin; Agélas, Léo; Enchéry, Guillaume; Flemisch, Bernd: Convergence of nonlinear finite volume schemes for heterogeneous anisotropic diffusion on general meshes (2017)
  4. Stone, D.; Geiger, S.; Lord, G.J.: Asynchronous discrete event schemes for PDEs (2017)
  5. Zhang, Wenjuan; Al Kobaisi, Mohammed: A simplified enhanced MPFA formulation for the elliptic equation on general grids (2017)
  6. Alyoubi, A.; Ganesh, M.: Parallel mixed FEM simulation of a class of single-phase models with non-local operators (2016)
  7. Jesmani, Mansoureh; Bellout, Mathias C.; Hanea, Remus; Foss, Bjarne: Well placement optimization subject to realistic field development constraints (2016)
  8. Moortgat, Joachim; Firoozabadi, Abbas: Mixed-hybrid and vertex-discontinuous-Galerkin finite element modeling of multiphase compositional flow on 3D unstructured grids (2016)
  9. Møyner, Olav; Lie, Knut-Andreas: A multiscale restriction-smoothed basis method for high contrast porous media represented on unstructured grids (2016)
  10. Pau, Jion Sean; Pao, William; Yong, Suet Peng: CO2 flow in saline aquifer with salt precipitation (2016)
  11. Perozzi, Lorenzo; Gloaguen, Erwan; Giroux, Bernard; Holliger, Klaus: A stochastic inversion workflow for monitoring the distribution of $\textCO_2$ injected into deep saline aquifers (2016)
  12. Shah, Swej; Møyner, Olav; Tene, Matei; Lie, Knut-Andreas; Hajibeygi, Hadi: The multiscale restriction smoothed basis method for fractured porous media (F-MSRSB) (2016)
  13. Yang, Haijian; Yang, Chao; Sun, Shuyu: Active-set reduced-space methods with nonlinear elimination for two-phase flow problems in porous media (2016)
  14. Horgue, P.; Soulaine, C.; Franc, J.; Guibert, R.; Debenest, G.: An open-source toolbox for multiphase flow in porous media (2015)
  15. Rahim, Shahed; Li, Zukui; Trivedi, Japan: Reservoir geological uncertainty reduction: an optimization-based method using multiple static measures (2015)
  16. Suwartadi, Eka; Krogstad, Stein; Foss, Bjarne: Adjoint-based surrogate optimization of oil reservoir water flooding (2015)
  17. Lie, Knut-Andreas; Natvig, Jostein R.; Krogstad, Stein; Yang, Yahan; Wu, Xiao-Hui: Grid adaptation for the Dirichlet-Neumann representation method and the multiscale mixed finite-element method (2014)
  18. Møyner, Olav; Lie, Knut-Andreas: A multiscale two-point flux-approximation method (2014)
  19. Schmid, K.S.; Geiger, S.; Sorbie, K.S.: Higher order FE-FV method on unstructured grids for transport and two-phase flow with variable viscosity in heterogeneous porous media (2013)
  20. Jiang, Lijian; Moulton, J.David; Svyatskiy, Daniil: Analysis of stochastic mimetic finite difference methods and their applications in single-phase stochastic flows (2012)

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Further publications can be found at: http://www.sintef.no/Projectweb/MRST/Publications/