Bradley T. Mallison

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Truly multidimensional methods for hyper-bolic equations use flow-based information to determine the computational stencil, as opposed to applying one-dimensional methods dimension by dimension. By doing this, the numerical errors are less correlated with the underlying computational grid. This can be important for reducing bias in flow problems that are(More)
Petroleum resources are found within sedimentary rocks that have a sufficient interconnected void space to store and transmit fluids. The actual flow of liquid and gas phases occurs on a micrometer scale in the void space between rock grains. On the other hand, the hydrocarbon is typically carried in rock zones that are a few tens of meters thick but extend(More)
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