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Sebastian Geiger
Sebastian Geiger
Professor for Sustainable Geoenergy at Delft University of Technology
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Combining finite element and finite volume methods for efficient multiphase flow simulations in highly heterogeneous and structurally complex geologic media
S Geiger, S Roberts, SK Matthäi, C Zoppou, A Burri
Geofluids 4 (4), 284-299, 2004
2552004
Numerical simulation of magmatic hydrothermal systems
SE Ingebritsen, S Geiger, S Hurwitz, T Driesner
Reviews of Geophysics 48 (1), 2010
2172010
Comprehensive comparison of pore-scale models for multiphase flow in porous media
B Zhao, CW MacMinn, BK Primkulov, Y Chen, AJ Valocchi, J Zhao, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (28), 13799-13806, 2019
2022019
Universal scaling of spontaneous imbibition for water-wet systems
KS Schmid, S Geiger
Water Resources Research 48 (3), W03507, 2012
1882012
Black-oil simulations for three-component, three-phase flow in fractured porous media
S Geiger, S Matthäi, J Niessner, R Helmig
SPE journal 14 (02), 338-354, 2009
1882009
Numerical simulation of multi-phase fluid flow in structurally complex reservoirs
SK Matthäi, S Geiger, SG Roberts, A Paluszny, M Belayneh, A Burri, ...
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 292 (1), 405-429, 2007
1872007
Droplet fragmentation: 3D imaging of a previously unidentified pore-scale process during multiphase flow in porous media
T Pak, IB Butler, S Geiger, MIJ Van Dijke, KS Sorbie
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (7), 1947-1952, 2015
1772015
Efficient flow and transport simulations in reconstructed 3D pore geometries
Y Zaretskiy, S Geiger, K Sorbie, M Förster
Advances in Water Resources 33 (12), 1508-1516, 2010
1222010
A novel multirate dual-porosity model for improved simulation of fractured and multiporosity reservoirs
S Geiger, M Dentz, I Neuweiler
SPE journal 18 (04), 670-684, 2013
1212013
Universal scaling of spontaneous imbibition for arbitrary petrophysical properties: water-wet and mixed-wet states and Handy's conjecture
KS Schmid, S Geiger
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 101, 44-61, 2013
1142013
Semianalytical solutions for cocurrent and countercurrent imbibition and dispersion of solutes in immiscible two‐phase flow
KS Schmid, S Geiger, KS Sorbie
Water Resources Research 47 (2), 2011
1132011
Numerical simulation of water injection into layered fractured carbonate reservoir analogs
M Belayneh, S Geiger, SK Matthai
AAPG bulletin 90 (10), 1473-1493, 2006
1082006
Multiscale fracture network characterization and impact on flow: A case study on the Latemar carbonate platform
NJ Hardebol, C Maier, H Nick, S Geiger, G Bertotti, H Boro
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 120 (12), 8197-8222, 2015
1042015
Multiphase thermohaline convection in the earth’s crust: I. A new finite element–finite volume solution technique combined with a new equation of state for NaCl–H 2 O
S Geiger, T Driesner, CA Heinrich, SK Matthäi
Transport in Porous Media 63, 399-434, 2006
992006
Analytical solutions for spontaneous imbibition: Fractional-flow theory and experimental analysis
KS Schmid, N Alyafei, S Geiger, MJ Blunt
SPE Journal 21 (06), 2308-2316, 2016
972016
Upscaling solute transport in naturally fractured porous media with the continuous time random walk method
S Geiger, A Cortis, JT Birkholzer
Water Resources Research 46 (12), 2010
912010
Numerical simulation of multiphase fluid flow in hydrothermal systems
T Driesner, S Geiger
Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry 65 (1), 187-212, 2007
892007
Assessment of CO2 Storage Potential in Naturally Fractured Reservoirs With Dual‐Porosity Models
R March, F Doster, S Geiger
Water Resources Research, 2018
862018
The dynamics of mid-ocean ridge hydrothermal systems: Splitting plumes and fluctuating vent temperatures
D Coumou, T Driesner, S Geiger, CA Heinrich, S Matthäi
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 245 (1-2), 218-231, 2006
862006
Non‐Fourier thermal transport in fractured geological media
S Geiger, S Emmanuel
Water Resources Research 46 (7), 2010
822010
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