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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
8302003
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, 87-111, 2006
7482006
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
3782011
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
3702011
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
3312010
Gravity currents with residual trapping
MA Hesse, FM Orr, HA Tchelepi
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 611, 35-60, 2008
3312008
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
3002005
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
2652006
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
2212005
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
1902011
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
1682012
Discrete fracture model for coupled flow and geomechanics
TT Garipov, M Karimi-Fard, HA Tchelepi
Computational Geosciences 20 (1), 149-160, 2016
1672016
Interaction of viscous fingering, permeability heterogeneity, and gravity segregation in three dimensions
HA Tchelepi, FM Orr
SPE Reservoir Engineering 9 (04), 266-271, 1994
167*1994
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
1642008
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
1522016
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, 363-383, 2007
1502007
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
1422015
Experimental study of CO2 injection into saline formations
Y Cinar, A Riaz, HA Tchelepi
Spe Journal 14 (04), 588-594, 2009
1362009
The impact of sub-resolution porosity of X-ray microtomography images on the permeability
C Soulaine, F Gjetvaj, C Garing, S Roman, A Russian, P Gouze, ...
Transport in porous media 113 (1), 227-243, 2016
1312016
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
1291993
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