Computational Reservoir Geomechanics - Course Resources Page - KIGAM 2015

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PART 1 - Permeability Dynamics and Introduction to Computational Reservoir Geomechanics

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1. Reactive Flow and Permeability Dynamics - I
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2. Reactive Flow and Permeability Dynamics - II
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3. Introduction to Computational Reservoir Dynamics [1:1]
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4. Fluid Flow and Pressure Diffusion [2:-]
a. Finite Element Methods [2:1]
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b. Conservation Equations and Galerkin Approximation [2:2]
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c. 2D Triangular Constant Gradient Elements [2:3]
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PART 2 - Geomechanics, Fluid Flow, Mass Transport and Momentum Transport

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1. Geomechanics of Coal and Gas Shales
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2. Fluid Flow and Pressure Diffusion, Continued [2:-]
a. 1D Isoparametric Elements [2:4]
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b. 2D Isoparametric Elements and Numerical Integration [2:5]
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c. Transient Behavior - Mass Matrices [2:6]
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d. Transient Behavior - Integration in Time [2:7]
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3. Mass Transport [3:-]
a. Self-Study - Conservation of Mass and 1D Models [3:1]
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b. Self-Study - 2D Constant Gradient Elements [3:2]
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c. Self-Study - Sorption and Reactive Transport [3:3]
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d. Self-Study - Fluids, Navier-Stokes Equations [4:1]
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PART 3 - Geomechanics and Coupled Hydro-Mechanical Coupling and Poromechanics

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1. Gas Fracturing in Unconventional Reservoirs
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2. Solid Mechanics [5:-]
a. 1D and 2D Elements [5:1]
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b. Constitutive Equations [5:2]
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3. Coupled Multiphysics Systems [6:-]
a. Dual-Porosity-Dual-Permeability Models [6:1]
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b. Coupled Hydro-Mechanical Models [6:2]
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c. Self-Study - ComSol Models for HM Coupling [6:3]
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d. Self-Study - EGEEfem Models for HM Coupling [6:4]
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