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PROOST: object-oriented approach to multiphase reactive transport modeling in porous media

AuthorsGamazo, P.; Slooten, L. J.; Carrera, Jesús ; W. Saaltink; Bea, S.; Soler, J.
KeywordsClass definition for multiphenomena modeling
Coupled phenomena solver
Multiphase reactive transport
Issue Date2016
PublisherIWA Publishing
CitationJournal of Hydroinformatics 18 (2): 310–328 (2016)
AbstractReactive transport modeling involves solving several nonlinear coupled phenomena, among them, the flow of fluid phases, the transport of chemical species and energy, and chemical reactions. There are different ways to consider this coupling that might be more or less suitable depending on the nature of the problem to be solved. In this paper we acknowledge the importance of flexibility on reactive transport codes and how object-oriented programming can facilitate this feature. We present PROOST, an object-oriented code that allows solving reactive transport problems considering different coupling approaches. The code main classes and their interactions are presented. PROOST performance is illustrated by the resolution of a multiphase reactive transport problem where geochemistry affects hydrodynamic processes.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.2166/hydro.2015.126
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