Porous media flow simulations
3D fluvial channels
In this numerical experiment a set of fluvial channels are considered. The domain is characterised by an aspect ratio of 1:50. The wetting phase is injected over the right boundary and the left boundary is the only open boundary. The dynamic mesh is adapted to the saturation field, introducing the majority of the resolution at the shock-front.
Immiscible porous media flow displacement of two fluids with a very high viscosity ratio, generating fingering.
Immiscible porous media flow displacement in a layered geological domain with faults.
Immiscible porous media flow displacement in a fractured porous medium using dynamic mesh optimisation.
Example capturing the sea/fresh water interface in an aquifer.
Example of the fluid-rock mechanics interaction, creation of fractures in a porous medium by increasing the pressure.
Inertia dominated flow simulations
Three phase droplet impact (water) from a less viscous phase (air) to a more viscous phase (oil).