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Working Papers & Reports|Center for Fundamentals of Subsurface Flow

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Dr. Mohammad Piri
Department of Chemical & Petroleum Engineering
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1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: 307-766-3954
Center for Fundamentals of Subsurface Flow

Papers in Press

  • M. Presho, S. Wo, V. Ginting, Calibrated Dual Porosity, Dual Permeability Modeling of Fractured Reservoirs, Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering.
  • V. Ginting, F. Pereira, M. Presho, S. Wo, Application of the Two-stage Markov Chain Monte Carlo Method for Characterization of Fractured Reservoirs using a Surrogate Flow Model, Computational Geosciences.
  • V. Ginting, M. Presho, Model Reduction Techniques for Characterization of Fractured Subsurfaces, Procedia Computer Science.
  • Baozhong Liu, Ye Zhang "CO2 Modeling in a Deep Saline Aquifer: A Predictive Uncertainty Analysis Using Design of Experiment" , Environmental Science & Technology.
  • F. Pereira, A. Rahunanthan, A Semi-Discrete Central Scheme for the Approximation of Two-Phase Flows in Three Space Dimension, Mathematics and Computers in Simulation.
  • Y. Zhang, S-Q Li, A Study of Conceptual Model Uncertainty in Large Scale CO2 Storage Simulation, Water Resources Research.

Manuscripts Accepted for Publication

Victor Ginting, Felipe Pereira, Michael Presho, Shaochang Wo. "Applications of the Two-Stage Markov Chain Monte Carlo Method for Characterization of Fractured Reservoirs Using a Surrogate Flow Model", has been accepted for publication in Computational GeoSciences.


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