Development and testing of a static/dynamic local grid refinement technique

M. B. Biterge, Turgay Ertekin

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Simple, efficient, and stable static and dynamic local grid refinement procedures for multi-dimensional, multi-phase reservoir problems are developed and tested via isothermal reservoir simulations. The proposed technique uses the methodology developed by Brandt with some modifications and simplifications. First, a complete solution is obtained using a coarse grid (also referred to as a base or fundamental grid). This solution determines the preliminary primary variable distribution in the entire domain, and provides input for localized high curvature, high gradient fine grid regions. Second, Dirichlet type boundary conditions are assigned to the fine grid at the coarse-fine node interfaces. Flow equations are then resolved only within the boundaries of the fine grid.

Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - Dec 1 1989
EventProceedings: SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition 1989 - San Antonio, TX, USA
Duration: Oct 8 1989Oct 11 1989

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OtherProceedings: SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition 1989
CitySan Antonio, TX, USA
Period10/8/8910/11/89

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Biterge, M. B., & Ertekin, T. (1989). Development and testing of a static/dynamic local grid refinement technique. Paper presented at Proceedings: SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition 1989, San Antonio, TX, USA, .
Biterge, M. B. ; Ertekin, Turgay. / Development and testing of a static/dynamic local grid refinement technique. Paper presented at Proceedings: SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition 1989, San Antonio, TX, USA, .
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1989. Paper presented at Proceedings: SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition 1989, San Antonio, TX, USA, .

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