Dune-FemPy

Python framework for hp-adaptive discontinuous Galerkin methods for two-phase flow in porous media. In this paper we present a framework for solving two-phase flow problems in porous media. The discretization is based on a Discontinuous Galerkin method and includes local grid adaptivity and local choice of polynomial degree. The method is implemented using the new Python frontend exttt{Dune-FemPy} to the open source framework Dune. The code used for the simulations is made available as Jupyter notebook and can be used through a Docker container. We present a number of time stepping approaches ranging from a classical IMPES method to a fully coupled implicit scheme. The implementation of the discretization is very flexible allowing to test different formulations of the two-phase flow model and adaptation strategies.