Session

11.09.2017     16:30–18:30

Title:
MS19
Limit processes in porous media
Type:
Subsurface models (cryoshpere, hydrosphere, lithosphere, pedoshpere)

Management of porous media resources such as hydrocarbons, water resources, and energy storage systems requires understanding of coupled processes that can result in complete alteration of the system dynamics. These altering processes are manifestations of so-called limit phenomena that include clogging, phase change of the fluid, sinkhole formation, and mechanical instability. Despite their evident importance, incorporating the possible limit effects of a system during its evolution remains a scientific challenge. This challenge manifests itself at every stage from the development of appropriate mathematical models to efficient simulation techniques. Accordingly, this MS will discuss mathematical models and numerical algorithms for limit processes in porous media/geosciences. The presentations will focus on the limit processes arising out of reactive and geomechanical phenomena. 

11.09.2017
16:30–18:30

Title:
MS19
Limit processes in porous media
Type:
Subsurface models (cryoshpere, hydrosphere, lithosphere, pedoshpere)

Management of porous media resources such as hydrocarbons, water resources, and energy storage systems requires understanding of coupled processes that can result in complete alteration of the system dynamics. These altering processes are manifestations of so-called limit phenomena that include clogging, phase change of the fluid, sinkhole formation, and mechanical instability. Despite their evident importance, incorporating the possible limit effects of a system during its evolution remains a scientific challenge. This challenge manifests itself at every stage from the development of appropriate mathematical models to efficient simulation techniques. Accordingly, this MS will discuss mathematical models and numerical algorithms for limit processes in porous media/geosciences. The presentations will focus on the limit processes arising out of reactive and geomechanical phenomena. 


16:30–16:50
O95 Clogging in effective equations for non-isothermal reactive porous media flow
Carina Bringedal (Bergen/NO)


16:50–17:10
O96 Numerical methods for a multiscale biofilm model in porous media
Raphael Schulz (Erlangen/DE)


17:30–17:50
O98 Mixed methods for hierarchical flow models for non-isothermal wells in porous media
Ingeborg Gåseby Gjerde (Bergen/NO)


17:50–18:10
O99 Advantages of mixed hybrid finite element method in swelling computation
Cong Yu (Eindhoven/NL)


18:10–18:30
O100 Biologically inspired formulation of optimal transportation problems and applications.
Enrico Facca (Padova/IT)