Release 2017.A

Posted on May 27, 2017

The MUFITS version 2017.A is available. The new developments of the release are

The simulator executable can be downloaded on the page Download.

New examples

Posted on May 27, 2017

The Examples page was extended by adding input data for the 6th SPE Comparative Study and the Five-spot geothermal production/injection benchmark study. These examples demonstrate MUFITS application to fratured reservoirs in double-porosity and multi-porosity simulations.

Release 2016.C

Posted on February 16, 2017

The MUFITS version 2016.C is available. The new feature of the release is modelling of well hydraulics and pressure drop along the wellbore due to the friction. The Multisegment Well model is appied for modelling well hydraulics. The simulator executable for Windows can be downloaded on the page Download. This is a beta version of a further release of the program that will be available later this year.

Input data for the 7th SPE benchmark

Posted on February 16, 2017

The Examples page was extended by adding input data for the 7th SPE Comparative Study. This example demonstrates MUFITS options for modelling horizontal wells and pressure drop along wellbore. Although modelling of wellbore friction is not necessary in the 7th SPE problem, this example can be used for preparation of input data in a different scenario where well hydraulics is important.

Release 2015.G

Posted on December 17, 2015

The MUFITS version 2015.G is available. The release contains the latest options of the simulator, including the GASSTORE module. The executables can be downloaded on the page Download.

MUFITS Training Courses Update

Posted on December 17, 2015

Two new MUFITS courses are available (see the page Documentation). You can use the documnetation provided with these courses instead of a User's Guide in order to understand the workflow with MUFITS.

EOS module GASSTORE

Posted on December 17, 2015

The EOS module GASSTORE is available now for modelling underground CO2 storage and hydrocarbon gas storage in saline aquifers. The module is supplied with 3 new examples:

Release 2015.D

Posted on May 29, 2015

The MUFITS version 2015.D is available. The crusial updates affecting the simulations input/output data are:

MUFITS Training Course

Posted on May 29, 2015

The MUFITS Training Course documentation is available on the page Documentation. The course is designed for researchers working with hydrothermal systems. It covers fundamentals of using MUFITS as well as various aspects of using EOS modules BINMIXT and T2EOS1.

SPE Comparative Studies

Posted on May 29, 2015

The list of examples was significantly extended. The input data for several SPE Comparative Studies are available now. These examples can be simulated using EOS module BLACKOIL. An extra example for the EOS module T2EOS1 is available as well.

EOS modules BLACKOIL and T2EOS1

Posted on May 29, 2015

MUFITS has two new EOS modules. The module BLACKOIL is for modelling petroleum reservoirs using extended Black-oil method. The module T2EOS1 is for nonisothermal modelling of water and steam flows in hydrothermal applications. The new keywords and mnemonics associated with the modules can be found in the Reference manual on the page Documentation.

Converter to VTK formats

Posted on December 20, 2013

The MUFITS output converter to VTK formats is available now. Using this utility, the results of hydrodynamic reservoir simulation can be uploaded in ParaView for visualization and post-processing. The description of the conversion options and controls are provided on the page Documentation.

Release 2013.C

Posted on October 25, 2013

The release 2013.C of the hydrodynamic module is available now. The new features of the release are:

Thermodynamic module

Posted on October 25, 2013

The thermodynamic module of MUFITS is now available. By using this module, the binary mixture properties (like density, composition, viscosity etc.) can be calculated, analyses or visualized in thermodynamic space. The executable of this module is available only for Windows system.

Release 2013.B

Posted on May 25, 2013

The release 2013.B of the hydrodynamic module is available now. The module is restricted for computational problems comprising not more than 25000 cells. The executables are available for both Windows and Linux systems. The new features of the release are:

CO2-H2O mixture properties file

Posted on May 25, 2013

The version 3.0 of CO2-H2O binary mixture properties data-file is available now. The data can be applied for CO2-H2O mixture properties prediction both under sub- and supercritical conditions. The data can be used for simulations of flows in geological formations in problems of CO2 geological storage as well as in problems of geothermal energy production including enhanced geothermal systems with CO2 as working fluid.

Examples-H1 - H4

Posted on May 25, 2013

The example H1-H4 are available now. These examples are related to the problems of CO2-H2O binary mixture flows in a porous media, particularly to the problems of underground CO2 storage. The examples are arranged in order of increasing complexity of the computational problem. Thus, the exapmle-H1 concerns a simple 1D Buckley-Leverett problem with formatted output data, which can be analyzed in any text editor. While the example-H4 concers a 3D simulation of CO2 injection in reservoir subjected to complicated geological settings. The examples are supplemented with the input data files.