## H. Maghami Nick

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## The relation between well spacing and Net Present Value in fluvial Hot Sedimentary Aquifer geothermal doublets

### A West Netherlands Basin case study

## Thermally-enhanced oil recovery from stranded fields

### Synergy potential for geothermal and oil exploitation

## The Great Unknown in Fractured Reservoirs

### The Impact of Three Models for Aperture and Flow in Fractured Reservoirs

## Multiscale fracture network characterization and impact on flow

### A case study on the Latemar carbonate platform

A fracture network arrangement is quantified across an isolated carbonate platform from outcrop and aerial imagery to address its impact on fluid flow. The network is described in terms of fracture density, orientation, and length distribution parameters. Of particular interes ...

## Reactive dispersive contaminant transport in coastal aquifers

### Numerical simulation of a reactive Henry problem

The reactive mixing between seawater and terrestrial water in coastal aquifers influences the water quality of submarine groundwater discharge. While these waters come into contact at the seawater groundwater interface by density driven flow, their chemical components dilute a ...

The influence of in-situ stresses on flow processes in fractured rock is investigated using a novel modelling approach. The combined finite-discrete element method (FEMDEM) is used to model the deformation of a fractured rock mass. The fracture wall displacements and aperture ...

A modular pore-scale model is developed to assess the response of wellbore cement to geological storage of CO_{2}. Numerical formulations for modeling of solute transport are presented and a methodology for coupling with geochemical processes is discussed, which includ
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We benchmark a family of hybrid finite element-node-centered finite volume discretization methods (FEFV) for single- and two-phase flow/transport through porous media with discrete fracture representations. Special emphasis is placed on a new method we call DFEFVM in which the ...

A second order in space accurate implicit scheme for time-dependent advection-dispersion equations and a discrete fracture propagation model are employed to model solute transport in porous media. We study the impact of the fractures on mass transport and dispersion. To model ...

Accurate numerical simulation of solute transport or multiphase flow through heterogeneous porous media is still a challenge. One reason is that in continuum models, sharp material interfaces are difficult to represent. The finite-element method allows representation of such d ...

## Simulation of solute transport through fractured rock

### A higher-order accurate finite-element finite-volume method permitting large time steps

Discrete-fracture and rock matrix (DFM) modelling necessitates a physically realistic discretisation of the large aspect ratio fractures and the dissected material domains. Using unstructured spatially adaptively refined finite-element meshes, we find that the fastest flow oft ...

Simulation grid blocks of naturally fractured reservoirs contain thousands of fractures with variable flow properties, dimensions, and orientations. This complexity precludes direct incorporation into field-scale models. Macroscopic laws capturing their integral effects on mul ...