Reactive transport benchmark of MoMaS. We present here the definition of the reactive transport benchmark of Groupement Mathematical Modeling and Numerical Simulation for Nuclear Waste Management Problems. The aim of this benchmark is to propose a challenging test for numerical methods used for reactive transport modeling in porous media. In order to focus on numerical methods, the problem presented here is of quite a small size, both from a hydrodynamical and from a geochemical point of view. Though the chemical coefficients used in this benchmark are not taken from a real chemical system, they are realistic, and the test case is quite challenging.

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  1. Kyas, Svetlana; Volpatto, Diego; Saar, Martin O.; Leal, Allan M. M.: Accelerated reactive transport simulations in heterogeneous porous media using Reaktoro and Firedrake (2022)
  2. Ahusborde, Etienne; Amaziane, Brahim; Moulay, Mohamed Id: High performance computing of 3D reactive multiphase flow in porous media: application to geological storage of (\mathrmCO_2) (2021)
  3. Al Nazer, Safaa; Jazar, Mustapha; Rosier, Carole: Convergence acceleration of iterative sequences for equilibrium chemistry computations (2021)
  4. Socié, Adrien; Dubois, Frédéric; Monerie, Yann; Perales, Frédéric: Multibody approach for reactive transport modeling in discontinuous-heterogeneous porous media (2021)
  5. Su, Danyang; Mayer, K. Ulrich; MacQuarrie, Kerry T. B.: MIN3P-HPC: a high-performance unstructured grid code for subsurface flow and reactive transport simulation (2021)
  6. Damiani, Leonardo Hax; Kosakowski, Georg; Glaus, Martin A.; Churakov, Sergey V.: A framework for reactive transport modeling using FEniCS-Reaktoro: governing equations and benchmarking results (2020)
  7. Knodel, Markus M.; Kräutle, Serge; Knabner, Peter: Global implicit solver for multiphase multicomponent flow in porous media with multiple gas phases and general reactions (2020)
  8. Ahusborde, E.; El Ossmani, M.; Id Moulay, M.: A fully implicit finite volume scheme for single phase flow with reactive transport in porous media (2019)
  9. Brunner, Fabian; Knabner, Peter: A global implicit solver for miscible reactive multiphase multicomponent flow in porous media (2019)
  10. Erhel, Jocelyne; Migot, Tangi: Characterizations of solutions in geochemistry: existence, uniqueness, and precipitation diagram (2019)
  11. Ahusborde, E.; Ossmani, M. El: A sequential approach for numerical simulation of two-phase multicomponent flow with reactive transport in porous media (2017)
  12. Erhel, Jocelyne; Sabit, Souhila: Analysis of a global reactive transport model and results for the MoMaS benchmark (2017)
  13. Machat, Hela; Carrayrou, Jérôme: Comparison of linear solvers for equilibrium geochemistry computations (2017)
  14. Sin, Irina; Lagneau, Vincent; De Windt, Laurent; Corvisier, Jérôme: 2D simulation of natural gas reservoir by two-phase multicomponent reactive flow and transport -- description of a benchmarking exercise (2017)
  15. Ahusborde, Etienne; Kern, Michel; Vostrikov, Viatcheslav: Numerical simulation of two-phase multicomponent flow with reactive transport in porous media: application to geological sequestration of CO(_2) (2015)
  16. de Cuveland, Rebecca: Two-phase compositional flow simulation with persistent variables (2015)
  17. Kräutle, Serge: Existence of global solutions of multicomponent reactive transport problems with mass action kinetics in porous media (2011)
  18. Amir, Laila; Kern, Michel: A global method for coupling transport with chemistry in heterogeneous porous media (2010)
  19. Carrayrou, Jérôme: Looking for some reference solutions for the reactive transport benchmark of MoMaS with SPECY (2010)
  20. Carrayrou, Jérôme; Hoffmann, Joachim; Knabner, Peter; Kräutle, Serge; De Dieuleveult, Caroline; Erhel, Jocelyne; Van Der Lee, Jan; Lagneau, V.; Mayer, K. Ulrich; Macquarrie, Kerry T. B.: Comparison of numerical methods for simulating strongly nonlinear and heterogeneous reactive transport problems --- the MoMaS benchmark case (2010)

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