## M. Khait

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## Authored

## Influential factors on the development of a low-enthalpy geothermal reservoir

### A sensitivity study of a realistic field

A realistic deep low-enthalpy geothermal reservoir based on real data with high detail and complicated sedimentary structure is utilized to perform sensitivity analyses of the geological features influencing reservoir properties. We perform simulations using the Delft Advanced ...

A physics-based data-driven model is proposed for forecasting of subsurface energy production. The model fully relies on production data and does not require any in-depth knowledge of reservoir geology or governing physics. In the proposed approach, we use the Delft Advanced R ...

## An efficient numerical simulator for geothermal simulation

### A benchmark study

Accurate prediction of temperature and pressure distribution is essential for geothermal reservoir exploitation with cold water re-injection. Depending on our knowledge about the heterogeneous structure of the subsurface, the reservoir development scheme can be optimized and t ...

Numerical modelling of multiphase multicomponent flow coupled with mass and energy transport in porous media is crucially important for many applications including oil recovery, carbon storage and geothermal. To deliver robust simulation results, a fully or adaptive implicit m ...

The continuous progress of reservoir monitoring technology provides encouraging capacities to reduceuncertainties in the subsurface characterization and to mitigate risks in field development applying thereservoir simulation approach. However, it is always challenging to take ...

A physics-based data-driven model is proposed in this study for the forecasting of secondary oil recovery. The model fully relies on production data and does not directly requires any in-depth knowledge of the reservoir geology or governing physics. In the proposed approach, w ...

## Delft Advanced Research Terra Simulator

### General Purpose Reservoir Simulator with Operator-Based Linearization

Various novel computing architectures, like massively parallel and multi-core, as well as computing accelerators, like GPUs or TPUs, keep regularly expanding. In order to exploit the benefits of these architectures to the full extent and speed up reservoir simulation, the sour ...

The current situation with green gas emission requires the development of low carbon energy solutions. However, a significant part of the modern energy industry still relies on fossil fuels. To combine these two contradictory targets, we investigate a strategy based on a combi ...

As oil production continues worldwide, more oil fields require complex EOR methods to achieve outlined recovery factors. Reservoir engineers are dealing more often with problems involving thermal multiphase multi-component flow models tightly coupled with complex phase behavio ...

The nonlinear nature of flow and transport in porous media requires a linearization of the governing numerical-model equations. We propose a new linearization approach and apply it to complex thermal/compositional problems. The key idea of the approach is the transformation of ...

Numerical simulation is one of the most important tools required for financial and operational management of geothermal reservoirs. The modern geothermal industry is challenged to run large ensembles of numerical models for uncertainty analysis, causing simulation performance ...

General purpose reservoir simulation is based on the solution of governing equations describing mass and energy transfer in the subsurface. The solution process requires the linearization of strongly nonlinear governing equations. Usually, a Newton-based method is used for the ...

## Contributed

Interaction of components within different phases and the fluid interaction with rock properti ...