A hybrid-mixed finite element method for single-phase Darcy flow in fractured porous media

  title={A hybrid-mixed finite element method for single-phase Darcy flow in fractured porous media},
  author={Guosheng Fu and Yang Yang},

A hybridizable discontinuous Galerkin method on unfitted meshes for single-phase Darcy flow in fractured porous media

The HDG methodology is applied to the recently introduced reinterpreted discrete fracture model (RDFM) that use Dirac- δ functions to model both conductive and blocking fractures to create hybridizable discontinuous Galerkin meshes.

Thermal-Mechanical Coupling Model Based on the Hybrid Finite Element Method for Solving Bipolar the Plate Deformation of Hydrogen Fuel Cells

New energy is the focus of attention all over the world, and research into new energy can inject new vitality into the industrial system. Hydrogen fuel cells are not only environmentally friendly,

The Numerical Simulation and Experimental Study of Heat Flow in Seabed Sediments Based on COMSOL

In situ electrothermal conduction heating technology refers to the setting up of a heat source directly within the sediments, using the heat conductivity of the sediments and the heat radiation of



Fully Coupled XFEM Model for Flow and Deformation in Fractured Porous Media with Explicit Fracture Flow

AbstractA hydromechanical model with explicit fracture flow is presented for the fully coupled analysis of flow and deformation in fractured porous media. Extended finite-element method (XFEM) was

A Review of the XFEM-Based Approximation of Flow in Fractured Porous Media

This paper presents a review of the available mathematical models and corresponding non-conforming numerical approximations which describe single-phase fluid flow in a fractured porous medium. One

A Lagrange multiplier method for a discrete fracture model for flow in porous media

In this work, we present a novel discrete fracture model for single-phase Darcy flow in porous media with fractures of co-dimension one, which introduces an additional unknown at the fracture

A simple embedded discrete fracture–matrix model for a coupled flow and transport problem in porous media

Compositional Modeling of Discrete-Fractured Media Without Transfer Functions by the Discontinuous Galerkin and Mixed Methods

This work uses the discrete-fracture model (crossflow equilibrium) to approximate the two-phase flow with mass transfer in fractured media and demonstrates the superiority of the mixed-finite-element approach to the classical finitedifference method.