H. A. Tchelepi
H. A. Tchelepi
Professor of Energy Resources Engineering, Stanford University
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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
7612003
Onset of convection in a gravitationally unstable diffusive boundary layer in porous media
A Riaz, M Hesse, HA Tchelepi, FM Orr
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 548 (1), 87-111, 2006
6822006
Stability, accuracy, and efficiency of sequential methods for coupled flow and geomechanics
J Kim, HA Tchelepi, R Juanes
SPE Journal 16 (02), 249-262, 2011
3232011
Stability and convergence of sequential methods for coupled flow and geomechanics: Fixed-stress and fixed-strain splits
J Kim, HA Tchelepi, R Juanes
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 200 (13-16), 1591-1606, 2011
3172011
Gravity currents with residual trapping
MA Hesse, FM Orr Jr, HA Tchelepi
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 611, 35, 2008
3112008
Convective dissolution of carbon dioxide in saline aquifers
JA Neufeld, MA Hesse, A Riaz, MA Hallworth, HA Tchelepi, HE Huppert
Geophysical research letters 37 (22), 2010
2962010
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
2822005
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
2422006
Parallel scalable unstructured CPR-type linear solver for reservoir simulation
H Cao, HA Tchelepi, JR Wallis, HE Yardumian
SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, 2005
1912005
A current density conservative scheme for incompressible MHD flows at a low magnetic Reynolds number. Part II: On an arbitrary collocated mesh
MJ Ni, R Munipalli, P Huang, NB Morley, MA Abdou
Journal of Computational Physics 227 (1), 205-228, 2007
1622007
Stability and convergence of sequential methods for coupled flow and geomechanics: Drained and undrained splits
J Kim, HA Tchelepi, R Juanes
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 200 (23-24), 2094-2116, 2011
1562011
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
1442008
Comparison of nonlinear formulations for two-phase multi-component EoS based simulation
DV Voskov, HA Tchelepi
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 82, 101-111, 2012
1432012
Interaction of viscous fingering, permeability heterogeneity, and gravity segregation in three dimensions
HA Tchelepi, FM Orr Jr
SPE Reservoir Engineering 9 (04), 266-271, 1994
143*1994
Gravity currents in horizontal porous layers: transition from early to late self-similarity
MA Hesse, HA Tchelepi, BJ Cantwel, FM Orr
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 577, 363, 2007
1362007
Block-partitioned solvers for coupled poromechanics: A unified framework
JA White, N Castelletto, HA Tchelepi
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 303, 55-74, 2016
1232016
Experimental study of CO2 injection into saline formations
Y Cinar, A Riaz, HA Tchelepi
Spe Journal 14 (04), 588-594, 2009
1212009
Discrete fracture model for coupled flow and geomechanics
TT Garipov, M Karimi-Fard, HA Tchelepi
Computational Geosciences 20 (1), 149-160, 2016
1202016
Dispersion, permeability heterogeneity, and viscous fingering: Acoustic experimental observations and particle‐tracking simulations
HA Tchelepi, FM Orr Jr, N Rakotomalala, D Salin, R Woumeni
Physics of Fluids A: Fluid Dynamics 5 (7), 1558-1574, 1993
1171993
Accuracy and convergence properties of the fixed‐stress iterative solution of two‐way coupled poromechanics
N Castelletto, JA White, HA Tchelepi
International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics …, 2015
1162015
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