Thermo-hydro-mechanical-chemical processes in fractured porous media : benchmarks and examples / Olaf Kolditz, Uwe-Jens Görke, Hua Shao; editors.

Contributor(s): Kolditz, Olaf [editors] | Görke, Uwe-Jens [editors] | Shao, Hua [editors] | Wang, Wenqing [editors]Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Lecture notes in computational science and engineering ; 86Copyright date: Berlin ; Springer , 2012Edition: First EditionDescription: xiii, 391 pages : Illustrations, graphics Darst ; 24 cmISBN: 9783642271762; 3642271766Subject(s): Rock mechanics | Computer science | Environmental sciences | Hydraulic engineering | Physics | Mecánica de rocas | Ciencias de la Computación | Ciencias ambientales | Ingeniería hidráulica | FísicaDDC classification: 620.116
Partial contents:
Part 1. Theory and Numerics -- Theory / Olaf Kolditz, Norbert Böttcher and Uwe-Jens Görke -- Numerical Methods / Wenqing Wang, Chan-Hee Park, Norihiro Watanabe and Olaf Kolditz -- Introduction / Olaf Kolditz, Uwe-Jens Görke, Hua Shao and Wenqing Wang -- Part 2. Benchmarks for Single Processes -- Heat Transport / Norbert Böttcher, Guido Blöcher, Mauro Cacace and Olaf Kolditz -- Groundwater Flow / Feng Sun, Norihiro Watanabe and Jens-Olaf Delfs -- Richards Flow / Thomas Kalbacher and Yanliang Du -- Overland Flow / Jens-Olaf Delfs, Martin Beinhorn and Yajie Wu -- Gas Flow / Ashok Singh and Olaf Kolditz -- Deformation Processes / Uwe-Jens Görke, Norihiro Watanabe, Joshua Taron and Wenqing Wang -- Mass Transport / Sebastian Bauer, Christof Beyer, Chris McDermott, Georg Kosakowski and Stefanie Krug, et al. -- Part 3. Examples for Coupled Processes -- Density Dependent Flow / Marc Walther, Jens-Olaf Delfs, Chan-Hee Park, Jude Musuuza and Florin Radu, et al. -- Multiphase Flow Processes / Chan-Hee Park, Joshua Taron, Ashok Singh, Wenqing Wang and Chris McDermott -- Consolidation (HnM)Processes / Joshua Taron, Norihiro Watanabe and Wenqing Wang -- Thermomechanics / Wenjie Xu, Wenqing Wang, Norihiro Watanabe, Jürgen Hesser and Stephanie Krug -- Reactive Transport / Haibing Shao, Sebastian Bauer, Florian Centler, Georg Kosakowski and Shuang Jin, et al.
Abstract: The book comprises an assembly of benchmarks and examples for porous media mechanics collected over the last twenty years. Analysis of thermo-hydro-mechanical-chemical (THMC) processes is essential to many applications in environmental engineering, such as geological waste deposition, geothermal energy utilisation, carbon capture and storage, water resources management, hydrology, even climate change. In order to assess the feasibility as well as the safety of geotechnical applications, process-based modelling is the only tool to put numbers, i.e. to quantify future scenarios. This charges a huge responsibility concerning the reliability of computational tools. Benchmarking is an appropriate methodology to verify the quality of modelling tools based on best practices. Moreover, benchmarking and code comparison foster community efforts. The benchmark book is part of the OpenGeoSys initiative - an open source project to share knowledge and experience in environmental analysis and scientific computation.
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Part 1. Theory and Numerics -- Theory / Olaf Kolditz, Norbert Böttcher and Uwe-Jens Görke -- Numerical Methods / Wenqing Wang, Chan-Hee Park, Norihiro Watanabe and Olaf Kolditz -- Introduction / Olaf Kolditz, Uwe-Jens Görke, Hua Shao and Wenqing Wang -- Part 2. Benchmarks for Single Processes -- Heat Transport / Norbert Böttcher, Guido Blöcher, Mauro Cacace and Olaf Kolditz -- Groundwater Flow / Feng Sun, Norihiro Watanabe and Jens-Olaf Delfs -- Richards Flow / Thomas Kalbacher and Yanliang Du -- Overland Flow / Jens-Olaf Delfs, Martin Beinhorn and Yajie Wu -- Gas Flow / Ashok Singh and Olaf Kolditz -- Deformation Processes / Uwe-Jens Görke, Norihiro Watanabe, Joshua Taron and Wenqing Wang -- Mass Transport / Sebastian Bauer, Christof Beyer, Chris McDermott, Georg Kosakowski and Stefanie Krug, et al. -- Part 3. Examples for Coupled Processes -- Density Dependent Flow / Marc Walther, Jens-Olaf Delfs, Chan-Hee Park, Jude Musuuza and Florin Radu, et al. -- Multiphase Flow Processes / Chan-Hee Park, Joshua Taron, Ashok Singh, Wenqing Wang and Chris McDermott -- Consolidation (HnM)Processes / Joshua Taron, Norihiro Watanabe and Wenqing Wang -- Thermomechanics / Wenjie Xu, Wenqing Wang, Norihiro Watanabe, Jürgen Hesser and Stephanie Krug -- Reactive Transport / Haibing Shao, Sebastian Bauer, Florian Centler, Georg Kosakowski and Shuang Jin, et al.

The book comprises an assembly of benchmarks and examples for porous media mechanics collected over the last twenty years. Analysis of thermo-hydro-mechanical-chemical (THMC) processes is essential to many applications in environmental engineering, such as geological waste deposition, geothermal energy utilisation, carbon capture and storage, water resources management, hydrology, even climate change. In order to assess the feasibility as well as the safety of geotechnical applications, process-based modelling is the only tool to put numbers, i.e. to quantify future scenarios. This charges a huge responsibility concerning the reliability of computational tools. Benchmarking is an appropriate methodology to verify the quality of modelling tools based on best practices. Moreover, benchmarking and code comparison foster community efforts. The benchmark book is part of the OpenGeoSys initiative - an open source project to share knowledge and experience in environmental analysis and scientific computation.

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