Graphics Processing Unit–Based, Industrial Grade Compositional Reservoir Simulator

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Synopsis

A comprehensive approach to compositional simulation based on GPUs has yet to emerge, and the question remains as to whether the benefits observed in black-oil simulation persist with a more complex fluid description.

K. Esler, R. Gandham, L. Patacchini*, T. Garipov, and A. Samardzic, Stone Ridge Technology; and P. Panfili, F. Caresani, A. Pizzolato, and A. Cominelli, Eni E&P

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