Liakopoulos Experiment_Bench Mark Problem

Hi All,

I was trying to run a benchmarks problem on Liakopoulos experiment as follows

https://github.com/ufz/ogs5-benchmarks/tree/master/H2/Liakopoulos/Tri

I also read following two references on Liakopoulos experiment

Ref1) https://docs.opengeosys.org/assets/files/SelectedBenchmarks/Twophase/main.pdf

Ref2) O. Kolditz et al. (eds.), Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical-Chemical Processes in Fractured Porous Media, Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering 86, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-27177-9 12, © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2012

247, Chapter 12, Page 247-253

Unfortunately, it is not running. After close look, I found that .msh file is not in correct order so I modified it. But, still same situation. From Ref1, I found that this example problem run well on both ogs5 and ogs6 (Ref 1, Page4, Figure 1). First of all can any one brief me any clue how to run this example problem? Secondly, what is the purpose for following files:

  1. .lay

  2. .gsp

  3. .rfd

  4. .fine (under Quad)

  5. .coarse (under Quad)

In addition, in .gsp file there is another file extension named .rfi, but I did not find it in the folder.

Any co-operation will be appreciable.

Regards,

Mohammad

Dr. Mohammad Nurul Islam

ORISE PostdoctoralResearcher

The National EnergyTechnology Laboratory (NETL)

US Department of Energy (DoE)

NETL-PGH, 84/309

Email:Mohammad.Islam@netl.doe.gov

Visiting Scholar

Civil and Environmental Engineering

University of Pittsburgh, USA

736 Benedum Hall,

3700 O’Hara St, Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Mobile: 1-412-3158889

Email: mni4@pitt.edu

Hi Mohammad,

(Please correct me if I'm wroing)
Regarding the second question, .rfd is used to run the benchmark but
other files are not needed.

1) .lay is a TECPLOT layout file to create some figure.
2) .gsp collects all input file names used for a simulation. The file
may be still used in some pre-processing GUI (e.g. GINA, GS/RF4 GUI).
3) .rfd is often used to define X-Y curves, e.g. time-dependent
function, etc. In the Liakopoulos project, it seems the file defines
two curves (saturation-capillary pressure, saturation-rel.
permeability). They are referred in the .mmp file.
4, 5) These two are mesh files with different refinement size. I think
someone wanted to keep them for testing. If you want to try them,
simply rename the file name to h2_Liako.msh.

Best,
Nori

···

On Wed, May 10, 2017 at 6:55 AM, Mohammad Islam <nislamce@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi All,
I was trying to run a benchmarks problem on Liakopoulos experiment as
follows

https://github.com/ufz/ogs5-benchmarks/tree/master/H2/Liakopoulos/Tri

I also read following two references on Liakopoulos experiment
Ref1)
https://docs.opengeosys.org/assets/files/SelectedBenchmarks/Twophase/main.pdf

Ref2) O. Kolditz et al. (eds.), Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical-Chemical Processes
in Fractured Porous Media, Lecture Notes in Computational Science and
Engineering 86, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-27177-9 12, © Springer-Verlag Berlin
Heidelberg 2012

247, Chapter 12, Page 247-253

Unfortunately, it is not running. After close look, I found that .msh file
is not in correct order so I modified it. But, still same situation. From
Ref1, I found that this example problem run well on both ogs5 and ogs6 (Ref
1, Page4, Figure 1). First of all can any one brief me any clue how to run
this example problem? Secondly, what is the purpose for following files:

1) .lay

2) .gsp

3) .rfd

4) .fine (under Quad)

5) .coarse (under Quad)

In addition, in .gsp file there is another file extension named .rfi, but I
did not find it in the folder.

Any co-operation will be appreciable.

Regards,

Mohammad

Dr. Mohammad Nurul Islam

ORISE PostdoctoralResearcher

The National EnergyTechnology Laboratory (NETL)

US Department of Energy (DoE)

NETL-PGH, 84/309

Email:Mohammad.Islam@netl.doe.gov

Visiting Scholar

Civil and Environmental Engineering

University of Pittsburgh, USA

736 Benedum Hall,

3700 O'Hara St, Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Mobile: 1-412-3158889

Email: mni4@pitt.edu

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Dear Norihiro Watanabe,

Thank you for your kind reply.

Now the problem is running. I plotted them for Height-Capillary Pressure and Height-Air Pressure. Qualitative results are ok, but there are some oscillations compared to the results presented in Reference (Figure 12.2, and PAGE 252).

Ref2) O. Kolditz et al. (eds.), Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical-Chemical Processes in Fractured Porous Media, Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering 86, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-27177-9 12, © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2012

247, Chapter 12, Page 247-253

Any advice how to minimize the oscillations? For your kind considerations, I attached excel file and data files. I used Newton solver rather than Picard.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Mohammad

L-tri.xlsx (37.6 KB)

L-Tri.bc (498 Bytes)

L-Tri.gli (396 Bytes)

L-Tri.ic (344 Bytes)

L-Tri.mfp (295 Bytes)

L-Tri.mmp (331 Bytes)

L-Tri.msh (5.46 KB)

L-Tri.num (428 Bytes)

L-Tri.out (736 Bytes)

L-Tri.pcs (159 Bytes)

L-Tri.rfd (1.08 KB)

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On Thursday, 11 May 2017 18:19:14 UTC-4, Norihiro Watanabe wrote:

Hi Mohammad,

(Please correct me if I’m wroing)
Regarding the second question, .rfd is used to run the benchmark but
other files are not needed.

  1. .lay is a TECPLOT layout file to create some figure.
  2. .gsp collects all input file names used for a simulation. The file
    may be still used in some pre-processing GUI (e.g. GINA, GS/RF4 GUI).
  3. .rfd is often used to define X-Y curves, e.g. time-dependent
    function, etc. In the Liakopoulos project, it seems the file defines
    two curves (saturation-capillary pressure, saturation-rel.
    permeability). They are referred in the .mmp file.
    4, 5) These two are mesh files with different refinement size. I think
    someone wanted to keep them for testing. If you want to try them,
    simply rename the file name to h2_Liako.msh.

Best,
Nori

On Wed, May 10, 2017 at 6:55 AM, Mohammad Islam nisl...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi All,
I was trying to run a benchmarks problem on Liakopoulos experiment as
follows

https://github.com/ufz/ogs5-benchmarks/tree/master/H2/Liakopoulos/Tri

I also read following two references on Liakopoulos experiment
Ref1)
https://docs.opengeosys.org/assets/files/SelectedBenchmarks/Twophase/main.pdf

Ref2) O. Kolditz et al. (eds.), Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical-Chemical Processes
in Fractured Porous Media, Lecture Notes in Computational Science and
Engineering 86, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-27177-9 12, © Springer-Verlag Berlin
Heidelberg 2012

247, Chapter 12, Page 247-253

Unfortunately, it is not running. After close look, I found that .msh file
is not in correct order so I modified it. But, still same situation. From
Ref1, I found that this example problem run well on both ogs5 and ogs6 (Ref
1, Page4, Figure 1). First of all can any one brief me any clue how to run
this example problem? Secondly, what is the purpose for following files:

  1. .lay

  2. .gsp

  3. .rfd

  4. .fine (under Quad)

  5. .coarse (under Quad)

In addition, in .gsp file there is another file extension named .rfi, but I
did not find it in the folder.

Any co-operation will be appreciable.

Regards,

Mohammad

Dr. Mohammad Nurul Islam

ORISE PostdoctoralResearcher

The National EnergyTechnology Laboratory (NETL)

US Department of Energy (DoE)

NETL-PGH, 84/309

Email:Moha...@netl.doe.gov

Visiting Scholar

Civil and Environmental Engineering

University of Pittsburgh, USA

736 Benedum Hall,

3700 O’Hara St, Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Mobile: 1-412-3158889

Email: mn…@pitt.edu


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Norihiro Watanabe

Just for my curiosity, I also used Picard. But, found similar noise in the graph.

Regards,

Mohammad

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On Monday, 15 May 2017 09:07:47 UTC-4, Mohammad Islam wrote:

Dear Norihiro Watanabe,

Thank you for your kind reply.

Now the problem is running. I plotted them for Height-Capillary Pressure and Height-Air Pressure. Qualitative results are ok, but there are some oscillations compared to the results presented in Reference (Figure 12.2, and PAGE 252).

Ref2) O. Kolditz et al. (eds.), Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical-Chemical Processes in Fractured Porous Media, Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering 86, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-27177-9 12, © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2012

247, Chapter 12, Page 247-253

Any advice how to minimize the oscillations? For your kind considerations, I attached excel file and data files. I used Newton solver rather than Picard.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Mohammad

On Thursday, 11 May 2017 18:19:14 UTC-4, Norihiro Watanabe wrote:

Hi Mohammad,

(Please correct me if I’m wroing)
Regarding the second question, .rfd is used to run the benchmark but
other files are not needed.

  1. .lay is a TECPLOT layout file to create some figure.
  2. .gsp collects all input file names used for a simulation. The file
    may be still used in some pre-processing GUI (e.g. GINA, GS/RF4 GUI).
  3. .rfd is often used to define X-Y curves, e.g. time-dependent
    function, etc. In the Liakopoulos project, it seems the file defines
    two curves (saturation-capillary pressure, saturation-rel.
    permeability). They are referred in the .mmp file.
    4, 5) These two are mesh files with different refinement size. I think
    someone wanted to keep them for testing. If you want to try them,
    simply rename the file name to h2_Liako.msh.

Best,
Nori

On Wed, May 10, 2017 at 6:55 AM, Mohammad Islam nisl...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi All,
I was trying to run a benchmarks problem on Liakopoulos experiment as
follows

https://github.com/ufz/ogs5-benchmarks/tree/master/H2/Liakopoulos/Tri

I also read following two references on Liakopoulos experiment
Ref1)
https://docs.opengeosys.org/assets/files/SelectedBenchmarks/Twophase/main.pdf

Ref2) O. Kolditz et al. (eds.), Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical-Chemical Processes
in Fractured Porous Media, Lecture Notes in Computational Science and
Engineering 86, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-27177-9 12, © Springer-Verlag Berlin
Heidelberg 2012

247, Chapter 12, Page 247-253

Unfortunately, it is not running. After close look, I found that .msh file
is not in correct order so I modified it. But, still same situation. From
Ref1, I found that this example problem run well on both ogs5 and ogs6 (Ref
1, Page4, Figure 1). First of all can any one brief me any clue how to run
this example problem? Secondly, what is the purpose for following files:

  1. .lay

  2. .gsp

  3. .rfd

  4. .fine (under Quad)

  5. .coarse (under Quad)

In addition, in .gsp file there is another file extension named .rfi, but I
did not find it in the folder.

Any co-operation will be appreciable.

Regards,

Mohammad

Dr. Mohammad Nurul Islam

ORISE PostdoctoralResearcher

The National EnergyTechnology Laboratory (NETL)

US Department of Energy (DoE)

NETL-PGH, 84/309

Email:Moha...@netl.doe.gov

Visiting Scholar

Civil and Environmental Engineering

University of Pittsburgh, USA

736 Benedum Hall,

3700 O’Hara St, Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Mobile: 1-412-3158889

Email: mn…@pitt.edu


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Norihiro Watanabe

Problem solved, and there is no more noise. Couple of elements in *.msh are missing. I attached screen shot.

Mohammad

L-Tri_msh.pdf (271 KB)

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On Monday, 15 May 2017 12:13:26 UTC-4, Mohammad Islam wrote:

Just for my curiosity, I also used Picard. But, found similar noise in the graph.

Regards,

Mohammad

On Monday, 15 May 2017 09:07:47 UTC-4, Mohammad Islam wrote:

Dear Norihiro Watanabe,

Thank you for your kind reply.

Now the problem is running. I plotted them for Height-Capillary Pressure and Height-Air Pressure. Qualitative results are ok, but there are some oscillations compared to the results presented in Reference (Figure 12.2, and PAGE 252).

Ref2) O. Kolditz et al. (eds.), Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical-Chemical Processes in Fractured Porous Media, Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering 86, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-27177-9 12, © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2012

247, Chapter 12, Page 247-253

Any advice how to minimize the oscillations? For your kind considerations, I attached excel file and data files. I used Newton solver rather than Picard.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Mohammad

On Thursday, 11 May 2017 18:19:14 UTC-4, Norihiro Watanabe wrote:

Hi Mohammad,

(Please correct me if I’m wroing)
Regarding the second question, .rfd is used to run the benchmark but
other files are not needed.

  1. .lay is a TECPLOT layout file to create some figure.
  2. .gsp collects all input file names used for a simulation. The file
    may be still used in some pre-processing GUI (e.g. GINA, GS/RF4 GUI).
  3. .rfd is often used to define X-Y curves, e.g. time-dependent
    function, etc. In the Liakopoulos project, it seems the file defines
    two curves (saturation-capillary pressure, saturation-rel.
    permeability). They are referred in the .mmp file.
    4, 5) These two are mesh files with different refinement size. I think
    someone wanted to keep them for testing. If you want to try them,
    simply rename the file name to h2_Liako.msh.

Best,
Nori

On Wed, May 10, 2017 at 6:55 AM, Mohammad Islam nisl...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi All,
I was trying to run a benchmarks problem on Liakopoulos experiment as
follows

https://github.com/ufz/ogs5-benchmarks/tree/master/H2/Liakopoulos/Tri

I also read following two references on Liakopoulos experiment
Ref1)
https://docs.opengeosys.org/assets/files/SelectedBenchmarks/Twophase/main.pdf

Ref2) O. Kolditz et al. (eds.), Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical-Chemical Processes
in Fractured Porous Media, Lecture Notes in Computational Science and
Engineering 86, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-27177-9 12, © Springer-Verlag Berlin
Heidelberg 2012

247, Chapter 12, Page 247-253

Unfortunately, it is not running. After close look, I found that .msh file
is not in correct order so I modified it. But, still same situation. From
Ref1, I found that this example problem run well on both ogs5 and ogs6 (Ref
1, Page4, Figure 1). First of all can any one brief me any clue how to run
this example problem? Secondly, what is the purpose for following files:

  1. .lay

  2. .gsp

  3. .rfd

  4. .fine (under Quad)

  5. .coarse (under Quad)

In addition, in .gsp file there is another file extension named .rfi, but I
did not find it in the folder.

Any co-operation will be appreciable.

Regards,

Mohammad

Dr. Mohammad Nurul Islam

ORISE PostdoctoralResearcher

The National EnergyTechnology Laboratory (NETL)

US Department of Energy (DoE)

NETL-PGH, 84/309

Email:Moha...@netl.doe.gov

Visiting Scholar

Civil and Environmental Engineering

University of Pittsburgh, USA

736 Benedum Hall,

3700 O’Hara St, Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Mobile: 1-412-3158889

Email: mn…@pitt.edu


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Norihiro Watanabe

Do you mean the mesh file in the GitHub repository has that problem?

nori

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On 05/23/2017 11:02 PM, Mohammad Islam wrote:

Problem solved, and there is no more noise. Couple of elements in *.msh are missing. I attached screen shot.

Mohammad

On Monday, 15 May 2017 12:13:26 UTC-4, Mohammad Islam wrote:

    Just for my curiosity, I also used Picard. But, found similar noise
    in the graph.

    Regards,
    Mohammad

    On Monday, 15 May 2017 09:07:47 UTC-4, Mohammad Islam wrote:

        Dear Norihiro Watanabe,
        Thank you for your kind reply.

        Now the problem is running. I plotted them for Height-Capillary
        Pressure and Height-Air Pressure. Qualitative results are ok,
        but there are some oscillations compared to the results
        presented in Reference (Figure 12.2, and PAGE 252).

        Ref2) O. Kolditz et al. (eds.),
        /Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical-Chemical Processes in Fractured
        //Porous Media/, Lecture Notes in Computational Science and
        Engineering 86, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-27177-9 12, ©
        Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2012

        247, Chapter 12, Page 247-253

        Any advice how to minimize the oscillations? For your
        kind considerations, I attached excel file and data files. I
        used Newton solver rather than Picard.

        Thanks in advance.

        Regards,
        Mohammad

        On Thursday, 11 May 2017 18:19:14 UTC-4, Norihiro Watanabe wrote:

            Hi Mohammad,

            (Please correct me if I'm wroing)
            Regarding the second question, .rfd is used to run the
            benchmark but
            other files are not needed.

            1) .lay is a TECPLOT layout file to create some figure.
            2) .gsp collects all input file names used for a simulation.
            The file
            may be still used in some pre-processing GUI (e.g. GINA,
            GS/RF4 GUI).
            3) .rfd is often used to define X-Y curves, e.g. time-dependent
            function, etc. In the Liakopoulos project, it seems the file
            defines
            two curves (saturation-capillary pressure, saturation-rel.
            permeability). They are referred in the .mmp file.
            4, 5) These two are mesh files with different refinement
            size. I think
            someone wanted to keep them for testing. If you want to try
            them,
            simply rename the file name to h2_Liako.msh.

            Best,
            Nori

            On Wed, May 10, 2017 at 6:55 AM, Mohammad Islam > <nisl...@gmail.com> wrote:
             > Hi All,
             > I was trying to run a benchmarks problem on Liakopoulos
            experiment as
             > follows
             >
            https://github.com/ufz/ogs5-benchmarks/tree/master/H2/Liakopoulos/Tri
            <https://github.com/ufz/ogs5-benchmarks/tree/master/H2/Liakopoulos/Tri>

             >
             > I also read following two references on Liakopoulos
            experiment
             > Ref1)
             >
            https://docs.opengeosys.org/assets/files/SelectedBenchmarks/Twophase/main.pdf
            <https://docs.opengeosys.org/assets/files/SelectedBenchmarks/Twophase/main.pdf>

             >
             > Ref2) O. Kolditz et al. (eds.),
            Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical-Chemical Processes
             > in Fractured Porous Media, Lecture Notes in Computational
            Science and
             > Engineering 86, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-27177-9 12, ©
            Springer-Verlag Berlin
             > Heidelberg 2012
             >
             > 247, Chapter 12, Page 247-253
             >
             > Unfortunately, it is not running. After close look, I
            found that .msh file
             > is not in correct order so I modified it. But, still same
            situation. From
             > Ref1, I found that this example problem run well on both
            ogs5 and ogs6 (Ref
             > 1, Page4, Figure 1). First of all can any one brief me
            any clue how to run
             > this example problem? Secondly, what is the purpose for
            following files:
             >
             > 1) .lay
             >
             > 2) .gsp
             >
             > 3) .rfd
             >
             > 4) .fine (under Quad)
             >
             > 5) .coarse (under Quad)
             >
             > In addition, in .gsp file there is another file extension
            named .rfi, but I
             > did not find it in the folder.
             >
             > Any co-operation will be appreciable.
             >
             > Regards,
             >
             > Mohammad
             >
             > Dr. Mohammad Nurul Islam
             >
             > ORISE PostdoctoralResearcher
             >
             > The National EnergyTechnology Laboratory (NETL)
             >
             > US Department of Energy (DoE)
             >
             > NETL-PGH, 84/309
             >
             > Email:Moha...@netl.doe.gov
             >
             > Visiting Scholar
             >
             > Civil and Environmental Engineering
             >
             > University of Pittsburgh, USA
             >
             > 736 Benedum Hall,
             >
             > 3700 O'Hara St, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
             >
             > Mobile: 1-412-3158889
             >
             > Email: mn...@pitt.edu
             >
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Hi Nori,

No, the problem in my side. When I converted, h2_Liako.msh to h2_Liako-c_Tri.msh under $ELEMENTS it was 68 instead of 76. Therefore, some elements were deleted.

Regards,

Mohammad

h2_Liako.msh (5.48 KB)

h2_Liako.pdf (232 KB)

h2_Liako-c_Tri.msh (5.59 KB)

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On Tue, May 23, 2017 at 5:06 PM, Norihiro Watanabe norihiro.watanabe@aist.go.jp wrote:

Do you mean the mesh file in the GitHub repository has that problem?

nori

On 05/23/2017 11:02 PM, Mohammad Islam wrote:

    Engineering 86, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-27177-9 12, ©

    Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2012



    247, Chapter 12, Page 247-253





    Any advice how to minimize the oscillations? For your

    kind considerations, I attached excel file and data files. I

    used Newton solver rather than Picard.



    Thanks in advance.



    Regards,

    Mohammad



    On Thursday, 11 May 2017 18:19:14 UTC-4, Norihiro Watanabe wrote:



        Hi Mohammad,



        (Please correct me if I'm wroing)

        Regarding the second question, .rfd is used to run the

        benchmark but

        other files are not needed.



        1) .lay is a TECPLOT layout file to create some figure.

        2) .gsp collects all input file names used for a simulation.

        The file

        may be still used in some pre-processing GUI (e.g. GINA,

        GS/RF4 GUI).

        3) .rfd is often used to define X-Y curves, e.g. time-dependent

        function, etc. In the Liakopoulos project, it seems the file

        defines

        two curves (saturation-capillary pressure, saturation-rel.

        permeability). They are referred in the .mmp file.

        4, 5) These two are mesh files with different refinement

        size. I think

        someone wanted to keep them for testing. If you want to try

        them,

        simply rename the file name to h2_Liako.msh.





        Best,

        Nori





        On Wed, May 10, 2017 at 6:55 AM, Mohammad Islam

        <nisl...@gmail.com> wrote:

         > Hi All,

         > I was trying to run a benchmarks problem on Liakopoulos

        experiment as

         > follows

         >

         >

        [https://github.com/ufz/ogs5-benchmarks/tree/master/H2/Liakopoulos/Tri](https://github.com/ufz/ogs5-benchmarks/tree/master/H2/Liakopoulos/Tri)

        <[https://github.com/ufz/ogs5-benchmarks/tree/master/H2/Liakopoulos/Tri](https://github.com/ufz/ogs5-benchmarks/tree/master/H2/Liakopoulos/Tri)>



         >

         > I also read following two references on Liakopoulos

        experiment

         > Ref1)

         >

        [https://docs.opengeosys.org/assets/files/SelectedBenchmarks/Twophase/main.pdf](https://docs.opengeosys.org/assets/files/SelectedBenchmarks/Twophase/main.pdf)

        <[https://docs.opengeosys.org/assets/files/SelectedBenchmarks/Twophase/main.pdf](https://docs.opengeosys.org/assets/files/SelectedBenchmarks/Twophase/main.pdf)>



         >

         >

         > Ref2) O. Kolditz et al. (eds.),

        Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical-Chemical Processes

         > in Fractured Porous Media, Lecture Notes in Computational

        Science and

         > Engineering 86, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-27177-9 12, ©

        Springer-Verlag Berlin

         > Heidelberg 2012

         >

         > 247, Chapter 12, Page 247-253

         >

         >

         > Unfortunately, it is not running. After close look, I

        found that .msh file

         > is not in correct order so I modified it. But, still same

        situation. From

         > Ref1, I found that this example problem run well on both

        ogs5 and ogs6 (Ref

         > 1, Page4, Figure 1). First of all can any one brief me

        any clue how to run

         > this example problem? Secondly, what is the purpose for

        following files:

         >

         > 1) .lay

         >

         > 2) .gsp

         >

         > 3) .rfd

         >

         > 4) .fine (under Quad)

         >

         > 5) .coarse (under Quad)

         >

         >

         > In addition, in .gsp file there is another file extension

        named .rfi, but I

         > did not find it in the folder.

         >

         >

         > Any co-operation will be appreciable.

         >

         >

         > Regards,

         >

         > Mohammad

         >

         >

         > Dr. Mohammad Nurul Islam

         >

         >

         >

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         >

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         >

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Problem solved, and there is no more noise. Couple of elements in *.msh are missing. I attached screen shot.

Mohammad

On Monday, 15 May 2017 12:13:26 UTC-4, Mohammad Islam wrote:

Just for my curiosity, I also used Picard. But, found similar noise

in the graph.



Regards,

Mohammad



On Monday, 15 May 2017 09:07:47 UTC-4, Mohammad Islam wrote:



    Dear Norihiro Watanabe,

    Thank you for your kind reply.



    Now the problem is running. I plotted them for Height-Capillary

    Pressure and Height-Air Pressure. Qualitative results are ok,

    but there are some oscillations compared to the results

    presented in Reference (Figure 12.2, and PAGE 252).



    Ref2) O. Kolditz et al. (eds.),

    /Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical-Chemical Processes in Fractured

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