Chombo-Crunch is a high-performance software package which has been developed jointly by research scientists from Applied Numerical Algorithms Group, Computational Research Division (PI: David Trebotich) and Earth Sciences Division at LBNL for large-scale numerical simulations of complex fluid flows with particular interest in modeling of subsurface flows. One important application example of subsurface flow is a carbon sequestration - the process of capturing carbon dioxide before it enters the atmosphere and transferring it into the earth. It is a promising technique to help control greenhouse gas emissions and attenuate climate change. From numerical point of view, modeling of carbon sequestration process is a challenge due to need to solve equations in very complex fractal geometry and to incorporate all important physical mechanisms occurring at vast range of scales - from order of 100 kilometers at reservoir scale to submicron at pore scale. To address these challenges, Chombo-Crunch has been developed by merging high performance CFD capabilities of Chombo package with the geochemistry package CrunchFlow to model reactive transport processes in resolved pore space.
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- Molins, Sergi; Soulaine, Cyprien; Prasianakis, Nikolaos I.; Abbasi, Aida; Poncet, Philippe; Ladd, Anthony J. C.; Starchenko, Vitalii; Roman, Sophie; Trebotich, David; Tchelepi, Hamdi A.; Steefel, Carl I.: Simulation of mineral dissolution at the pore scale with evolving fluid-solid interfaces: review of approaches and benchmark problem set (2021)
- Van Straalen, Brian; Trebotich, David; Ovsyannikov, Andrey; Graves, Daniel T.: Scalable structured adaptive mesh refinement with complex geometry (2018)