Anisotropic meshing for {CO2} storage simulation: case study.

Margaux Raguenel and Antoine Mazuyer and Fran├žois Hamon and Jeanne Pellerin. ( 2022 )
in: 2022 {RING} {Meeting}, pages 7, ASGA

Abstract

The development of CO2 capture and storage projects is a major challenge coming in the next few years. To tackle this challenge, the 3D modeling and monitoring of the physical phenomena occurring during CO2 injection are a key step. The desire to represent several phenomena (flows, thermal effects, geomechanical effects) on the same model calls for the use of a unique mesh as a support for the physical simulations. A fully tetrahedral mesh appears as a good solution, as a lot of work has been done to handle such meshes and to adapt them to different constraints.

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@INPROCEEDINGS{raguenel_anisotropic_2022,
    author = { Raguenel, Margaux and Mazuyer, Antoine and Hamon, Fran├žois and Pellerin, Jeanne },
     title = { Anisotropic meshing for {CO2} storage simulation: case study. },
 booktitle = { 2022 {RING} {Meeting} },
      year = { 2022 },
     pages = { 7 },
 publisher = { ASGA },
  abstract = { The development of CO2 capture and storage projects is a major challenge coming in the next few years. To tackle this challenge, the 3D modeling and monitoring of the physical phenomena occurring during CO2 injection are a key step. The desire to represent several phenomena (flows, thermal effects, geomechanical effects) on the same model calls for the use of a unique mesh as a support for the physical simulations. A fully tetrahedral mesh appears as a good solution, as a lot of work has been done to handle such meshes and to adapt them to different constraints. }
}