A mortar BDD method for solving flow in stochastic discrete fracture networks. In this paper, flow in Discrete Fracture Networks (DFN) is solved using a Mortar Mixed Hybrid Finite Element Method. To solve large linear systems derived from a nonconforming discretization of stochastic fractured networks, a Balancing Domain Decomposition is used. Tests on three stochastically generated DFN are proposed to show the ability of the iterative solver SIDNUR to solve the flow problem.
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- Berrone, S.; D’Auria, A.; Vicini, F.: Fast and robust flow simulations in discrete fracture networks with gpgpus (2019)
- Berrone, Stefano; Borio, Andrea; Scialó, Stefano: A posteriori error estimate for a PDE-constrained optimization formulation for the flow in DFNs (2016)
- Pichot, Géraldine; Poirriez, Baptiste; Erhel, Jocelyne; De Dreuzy, Jean-Raynald: A mortar BDD method for solving flow in stochastic discrete fracture networks (2014)