Technical Programme

09 June 2022  11:00 - 13:00   Add
Robust and reliable numerical methods in poromechanics I

Minisymposium organized by Fleurianne Bertrand and Jakub Both
Room: A1 – 6
Chair: Fleurianne Bertrand
CoChair: Jakub Both

A posteriori error estimates by weakly symmetric stress reconstruction for the Biot problem
Gerhard Starke and Fleurianne Bertrand

Robust discretizations for the biphasic Theory of Porous Media
Maximilian Brodbeck, Fleurianne Bertrand and Tim Ricken

Polytopal nonconforming discretization methods for multiple-network poroelasticity and thermo-poroelasticity
Paola F. Antonietti, Stefano Bonetti, Michele Botti and Daniele A. Di Pietro

On space-time finite element approximations of the dynamic biot system
Markus Bause, Uwe Köcher and Florin A. Radu

Coupling of flow and mechanics in fractured porous media
Kundan Kumar

A global/local approach for parameter estimation in phase-field fracture problems
Amirreza Khodadadian, Nima Noii, Maryam Parvizi and Thomas Wick

09 June 2022  16:30 - 18:30   Add
Robust and reliable numerical methods in poromechanics II

Minisymposium organized by Fleurianne Bertrand and Jakub Both
Room: A1 – 6
Chair: Jakub Both
CoChair: Fleurianne Bertrand

Abstract stability result for perturbed saddle-point problems: Construction and analysis of iterative splitting schemes and preconditioners in poromechanics
Johannes Kraus, Qingguo Hong, Maria Lymbery and Fadi Philo

A multigrid method for the Biot system of poroelasticity on logically rectangular grids
Javier Zaratiegui , Carmen Rodrigo, Andrés Arrarás and Laura Portero

Splitting schemes for different poromechanics models
Florin A. Radu

Reverse constraint preconditioning for poromechanical simulations in fractured media
Massimiliano Ferronato, Andrea Franceschini, Matteo Frigo and Carlo Janna

Parameter-robust monolithic solvers for Stokes-Darcy/Biot systems
Wietse Boon, Martin Hornkjřl, Timo Koch, Miroslav Kuchta, Kent-Andre Mardal and Ricardo Ruiz-Barier

A review of coupling strategies for modeling fluid flow and geomechanics
Roberto Quevedo and Deane Roehl