S. H. Lee
S. H. Lee
Chevron Fellow and Principal Advisor at Chevron
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Multi-scale finite-volume method for elliptic problems in subsurface flow simulation
P Jenny, SH Lee, HA Tchelepi
Journal of Computational Physics 187 (1), 47-67, 2003
7532003
Efficient field-scale simulation of black oil in a naturally fractured reservoir through discrete fracture networks and homogenized media
L Li, SH Lee
SPE Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering 11 (04), 750-758, 2008
4012008
Hierarchical modeling of flow in naturally fractured formations with multiple length scales
SH Lee, MF Lough, CL Jensen
Water resources research 37 (3), 443-455, 2001
3862001
Adaptive multiscale finite-volume method for multiphase flow and transport in porous media
P Jenny, SH Lee, HA Tchelepi
Multiscale Modeling & Simulation 3 (1), 50-64, 2005
2742005
Adaptive fully implicit multi-scale finite-volume method for multi-phase flow and transport in heterogeneous porous media
P Jenny, SH Lee, HA Tchelepi
Journal of Computational Physics 217 (2), 627-641, 2006
2372006
An efficient finite difference model for flow in a reservoir with multiple length-scale fractures
SH Lee, CL Jensen, MF Lough
SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, 1999
1541999
Multiscale finite-volume formulation for multiphase flow in porous media: black oil formulation of compressible, three-phase flow with gravity
SH Lee, C Wolfsteiner, HA Tchelepi
Computational Geosciences 12 (3), 351-366, 2008
1452008
Motion of a sphere in the presence of a plane interface. Part 1. An approximate solution by generalization of the method of Lorentz
SH Lee, RS Chadwick, LG Leal
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 93 (4), 705-726, 1979
1401979
The motion of a sphere in the presence of a deformable interface: II. A numerical study of the translation of a sphere normal to an interface
SH Lee, LG Leal
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 87 (1), 81-106, 1982
1281982
Comparison of discrete-fracture and dual-permeability models for multiphase flow in naturally fractured reservoirs
A Moinfar, W Narr, MH Hui, BT Mallison, SH Lee
SPE reservoir simulation symposium, 2011
1222011
Motion of a sphere in the presence of a plane interface. Part 2. An exact solution in bipolar co-ordinates
SH Lee, LG Leal
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 98 (1), 193-224, 1980
1161980
Modeling of subgrid effects in coarse‐scale simulations of transport in heterogeneous porous media
Y Efendiev, LJ Durlofsky, SH Lee
Water Resources Research 36 (8), 2031-2041, 2000
1112000
Finite difference simulation of geologically complex reservoirs with tensor permeabilities
SH Lee, LJ Durlofsky, MF Lough, WH Chen
SPE Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering 1 (06), 567-574, 1998
1091998
The creeping motion of a spherical particle normal to a deformable interface
AS Geller, SH Lee, LG Leal
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 169, 27-69, 1986
1051986
Implementation of a flux-continuous finite-difference method for stratigraphic, hexahedron grids
SH Lee, HA Tchelepi, P Jenny, LJ DeChant
SPE journal 7 (03), 267-277, 2002
982002
A new method to calculate effective permeability of gridblocks used in the simulation of naturally fractured reservoirs
MF Lough, SH Lee, J Kamath
SPE Reservoir Engineering 12 (03), 219-224, 1997
971997
An efficient boundary integral formulation for flow through fractured porous media
MF Lough, SH Lee, J Kamath
Journal of Computational Physics 143 (2), 462-483, 1998
941998
Unconditionally convergent nonlinear solver for hyperbolic conservation laws with S-shaped flux functions
P Jenny, HA Tchelepi, SH Lee
Journal of Computational Physics 228 (20), 7497-7512, 2009
892009
Method, system and apparatus for simulating fluid flow in a fractured reservoir utilizing a combination of discrete fracture networks and homogenization of small fractures
L Li, SH Lee, C Jensen
US Patent 7,565,278, 2009
872009
An operator formulation of the multiscale finite-volume method with correction function
I Lunati, SH Lee
Multiscale modeling & simulation 8 (1), 96-109, 2009
822009
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