- Have knowledge about standard numerical techniques that can be used to study petroleum related models
- Be able to formulate central (partial and ordinary) differential equations relevant for porous media and well flow, transient as well as stationary models. Know related closure laws and correlations that are involved in such models.
- Be able to formulate discretizations of such mathematical models and assess properties like stability and accuracy.
- Be trained in implementing (in matlab) such numerical methods
- Know specific applications of the models that are presented.
- Have a general understanding about the role played by mathematical models and computational methods as a tool in petroleum related operations.
Required prerequisite knowledge
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Condition for taking the exam: 2 mandatory assignments must be approved 3 weeks before the exam
Method of work
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Last updated: 07.07.2020