Issue 41 of Science@IFPEN
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Characterization and modeling of the facies(a)-eogenesis(b) couple, initial state of carbonate reservoirs (HDR 2017)

Carbonate reservoirs present significant heterogeneities (in terms of types and scales) associated with the biological origin of sedimentsc, as well as the diagenetic transformations that took place
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Benoit NOETINGER

Dr B Noetinger, editor-in-chief OGST https://ogst.ifpenergiesnouvelles.fr/, expert in transport modeling in disordered media
Benoît Noetinger graduated from the École Polytechnique in Paris, and holds a thesis at UPMC (now Sorbonne University) in liquid state physics, the work of which was carried out at the PMMH laboratory
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Mickaele Le Ravalec

Department Head
Mickaele Le Ravalec holds a Ph.D. degree in rock physics from the University of Rennes (1995) and a HDR from the Louis Pasteur University of Strasbourg (2002). After a post-doctoral position in rock
Science@ifpen n°33
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Faster and just as good: the motto of adaptive methods

In the field of numerical simulation, a sufficiently accurate representation of the data associated with physical models requires, in general, a very large numerical grid that, despite existing
Science@ifpen n°33
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More efficient flow simulations inspired by optimal control

Multiphase mixture (gas and liquid) flow simulation in porous media has a variety of applications in the field of geosciencesa but also in the fields of engineering and chemical processes. In
Issue 30 Science@ifpen
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Optimized placements for long lasting resources

In the face of declining oil and gas reserves, increasing the productivity of oil fields has become a technological challenge of the utmost importance. Accordingly, well positioning and trajectory are