SPE10 Adaptive

Simulation of a five-spot injection scenario with a strongly heterogeneous domain (SPE10 benchmark) using an IMPES formulation on an adaptively refined grid.

DuMux, DUNE for Multi-{Phase, Component, Scale, Physics, ...} flow and transport in porous media, is a free and open-source simulator for flow and transport processes in porous media. It is based on the Distributed and Unified Numerics Environment DUNE. Its main intention is to provide a sustainable and consistent framework for the implementation and application of porous media model concepts and constitutive relations. It has been successfully applied to CO2 storage scenarios, environmental remediation problems, transport of therapeutic agents through biological tissue, and subsurface-atmosphere coupling. The development of DuMux started in January 2007 at the University of Stuttgart.

DuMux comes in form of an additional DUNE module and inherits functionality from the DUNE core modules and from the discretization module dune-pdelab. DuMux is associated partner of the OPM (Open Porous Media) initiative.

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DuMux course 18.-20.7.2018 in Stuttgart

We are happy to offer a DuMux course at the University of Stuttgart from Wednesday, 18 July, to Friday, 20 July 2018. It is offered within the SFB1313's Integrated Research Training Group "Interface-Driven Multi-Field Processes in Porous Media". After an introductory part especially targeted at students and researchers that would like to start using DuMux, we will offer the participants to specialize on one of three topics related to the project areas of the SFB1313: "Coupling free flow and porous-media flow", "flow in fractured porous media" as well as "fluid-solid phase change". You can sign up for the course here.