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Open geosys general information

We’re an Enginnering corporation based in Paris, and we’re currently evaluating several FEA codes in order to discren wich ones agrees the most with our applications.

I wanted to know whether there were any brochures on OpenGeosys capabilities, could anyone please provide me with any data, links , pdfs in this regard ?

Thank you in advance

Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

you find information on OpenGeoSys5 at http://www.opengeosys.org/ and the
overview publication Kolditz et al. (2012).

Probably, the books section (https://docs.opengeosys.org/books) is the most
informative for you.

More specific details on individual processes and the current development
version of OpenGeoSys6 are given on docs.opengeosys.org.

Best,
Marc

Kolditz, O., Bauer, S., Bilke, L., Böttcher, N., Delfs, J.O., Fischer, T.,
Görke, U.J.,Kalbacher, T., Kosakowski, G., McDermott, C.I., Park, C.H., Radu,
F., Rink, K., Shao, H., Shao, H.B., Sun, F., Sun, Y.Y., Singh, A.K., Taron,
J., Walther, M., Wang, W.,Watanabe, N., Wu, Y., Xie, M., Xu, W., Zehner, B.
(2012): OpenGeoSys: an open-source initiative for numerical simulation of
thermo-hydro-mechanical/chemical (THM/C) processes in porous media, Environ.
Earth Sci. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12665-012-1546-x

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On Mittwoch, 28. Februar 2018 16:59:36 CET mkz.phimeca@gmail.com wrote:

We're an Enginnering corporation based in Paris, and we're currently
evaluating several FEA codes in order to discren wich ones agrees the most
with our applications.
I wanted to know whether there were any brochures on OpenGeosys
capabilities, could anyone please provide me with any data, links , pdfs in
this regard ?
Thank you in advance

For OpenGeosys 5:
There are
1. A PDF about input syntax: https://svn.ufz.de/ogs/browser/trunk/manual/manual.pdf
2. GUI tool developed by Herbert Kurz at BGR: https://teambeam.bgr.de/my/drive#!folder=68;

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We're an Enginnering corporation based in Paris, and we're currently evaluating several FEA codes in order to discren wich ones agrees the most with our applications.
I wanted to know whether there were any brochures on OpenGeosys capabilities, could anyone please provide me with any data, links , pdfs in this regard ?
Thank you in advance
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thank you very much for your answers. The first pdf is password protected , could you please help me with that ?

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Le jeudi 1 mars 2018 09:24:51 UTC+1, Wenqing Wang a écrit :

For OpenGeosys 5:

  There are

  1. A PDF about input syntax: [https://svn.ufz.de/ogs/browser/trunk/manual/manual.pdf](https://svn.ufz.de/ogs/browser/trunk/manual/manual.pdf)

  2. GUI tool developed by Herbert Kurz at BGR: [https://teambeam.bgr.de/my/drive#!folder=68](https://teambeam.bgr.de/my/drive#!folder=68);



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      We're an Enginnering corporation based in Paris, and we're currently evaluating several FEA codes in order to discren wich ones agrees the most with our applications.
      I wanted to know whether there were any brochures on OpenGeosys capabilities, could anyone please provide me with any data, links , pdfs in this regard ?

Thank you in advance

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Thank You everyone for your answers. I have more specific questions about different modeling techniques that I’m listing below . i’ll be interested in any clue,tip or link anyone could provide. thank you all in advance.

  • Plasticity : what are the predefiened behaviour laws already included in OpenGeosys ? any laws for hydro-geological applications ?

  • creep : Since no benchmark illustrates the use of creep , what are creep evolution laws included ?

  • hydraulic : Saturated , unsaturated flows ? Multi-phase ?

  • parralel calculation: is it supported ? any related documentation ?

  • Domain decomposition : parameters , settings ?

OGS6: Ehlers (can be Druck-Prager by input) OGS5: Druck-Prager, cam-clay, MOHR-COULOMB, HOEK-BROWN What does mean? OGS6: lubby2 for salt rock OGS5: BGR model, lubby2, BURGERS OGS6: saturated flow/groundwater flow, Richards flow, multi phase flow, non-isothermal multi phase flow OGS5: saturated flow/groundwater flow, Richards flow, multi phase flow, non-isothermal Richards flow, non-isothermal multi phase flow OGS6, PETSC OGS5, in-house developed parallel scheme based on domain decomposition, PETSC

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If you find the functionalities that you want are in OGS6, please use OGS6. The development and maintaining of OGS5 are no longer available. The remaining functionalities of OGS5 over OGS6 will be added to OGS6 soon or later.

  On 03/01/2018 11:12 AM, wrote:

mkz.phimeca@gmail.com

      Thank You everyone for your answers. I have more specific questions about different modeling techniques that I'm listing below . i'll be interested in any clue,tip or link anyone could provide. thank you all in advance.
      - Plasticity : what are the predefiened behaviour laws already included in OpenGeosys ?

any laws for hydro-geological applications ?

      - creep : Since no benchmark illustrates the use of creep , what are creep evolution laws included ?
  • hydraulic : Saturated , unsaturated flows ? Multi-phase ?
      - parralel calculation: is it supported ? any related documentation ?
  • Domain decomposition : parameters , settings ?

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Hi,

from one of my talks I've attached a pdf with some references on hydromechanical (incl. two-phase flow) models, models including plasticity and creep. If you look for papers authored by Wenqing Wang and Olaf Kolditz you'll also find material related to HPC. As Marc and Wenqing pointed out already, most of those references relate to OGS-5 and we're currently transitioning to the new version (see the link provided by Marc).

Also have a look at this tutorial series which explain how to use OGS in detail (the latest tutorial is the first one on OGS-6):

Best,

Th

Dr. Thomas Nagel
Group leader

"Computational Energy Systems"
Department of Environmental Informatics
www.ufz.de/comp-energy-sys

UFZ-BGR OGS-Workgroup "Environmental Geotechnics -
Multi-physics simulation for geotechnical system analysis"
http://www.ufz.de/environmental-geotechnics

Adjunct Professor
Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering
Trinity College Dublin | Ireland

Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung GmbH - UFZ
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research GmbH - UFZ
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OGS_References.pdf (1.55 MB)

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Am 01.03.2018 um 11:12 schrieb mkz.phimeca@gmail.com:

Thank You everyone for your answers. I have more specific questions about different modeling techniques that I'm listing below . i'll be interested in any clue,tip or link anyone could provide. thank you all in advance.

- Plasticity : what are the predefiened behaviour laws already included in OpenGeosys ? any laws for hydro-geological applications ?
- creep : Since no benchmark illustrates the use of creep , what are creep evolution laws included ?
- hydraulic : Saturated , unsaturated flows ? Multi-phase ?
- parralel calculation: is it supported ? any related documentation ?
- Domain decomposition : parameters , settings ?

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Objet : Re: Open geosys general information

Hi,

from one of my talks I’ve attached a pdf with some references on

hydromechanical (incl. two-phase flow) models, models including

plasticity and creep. If you look for papers authored by Wenqing Wang

and Olaf Kolditz you’ll also find material related to HPC. As Marc and

Wenqing pointed out already, most of those references relate to OGS-5

and we’re currently transitioning to the new version (see the link

provided by Marc).

Also have a look at this tutorial series which explain how to use OGS in

detail (the latest tutorial is the first one on OGS-6):

http://www.springer.com/series/15395?detailsPage=titles

Best,

Th

Dr. Thomas Nagel

Group leader

“Computational Energy Systems”

Department of Environmental Informatics

www.ufz.de/comp-energy-sys

UFZ-BGR OGS-Workgroup "Environmental Geotechnics -

Multi-physics simulation for geotechnical system analysis"

http://www.ufz.de/environmental-geotechnics

Adjunct Professor

Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering

Trinity College Dublin | Ireland

Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung GmbH - UFZ

Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research GmbH - UFZ

Permoserstraße 15 | 04318 Leipzig | Germany

Tel. +49 341 235 1061

E-Mail: thomas.nagel@ufz.de

Sitz der Gesellschaft: Leipzig

Registergericht: Amtsgericht Leipzig, Handelsregister Nr. B 4703

Vorsitzender des Aufsichtsrats: MinDirig Wilfried Kraus

Wissenschaftlicher Geschäftsführer: Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Georg Teutsch

Administrative Geschäftsführerin: Prof. Dr. Heike Graßmann

Am 01.03.2018 um 11:12 schrieb mkz.phimeca@gmail.com:

Thank You everyone for your answers. I have more specific questions

about different modeling techniques that I’m listing below . i’ll be

interested in any clue,tip or link anyone could provide. thank you all

in advance.

  • Plasticity : what are the predefiened behaviour laws already

included in OpenGeosys ? any laws for hydro-geological applications ?

  • creep : Since no benchmark illustrates the use of creep , what are

creep evolution laws included ?

  • hydraulic : Saturated , unsaturated flows ? Multi-phase ?
  • parralel calculation: is it supported ? any related documentation ?
  • Domain decomposition : parameters , settings ?

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Dear Thomas Nagel ,

I am very grateful for your reply .

I have few other questions and it would be nice if you could answer any of them :

  • What damage evolution laws are already coded ? (OG5 or OG6)

  • Any documentation retlated to the convergence control methods (residuals …)?

  • Any Documentation with regard to error estimation in parallel computation ?

thank you in advance for any answer or tip given .

best regards

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Le jeudi 1 mars 2018 16:36:12 UTC+1, Thomas Nagel a écrit :

Hi,

from one of my talks I’ve attached a pdf with some references on
hydromechanical (incl. two-phase flow) models, models including
plasticity and creep. If you look for papers authored by Wenqing Wang
and Olaf Kolditz you’ll also find material related to HPC. As Marc and
Wenqing pointed out already, most of those references relate to OGS-5
and we’re currently transitioning to the new version (see the link
provided by Marc).

Also have a look at this tutorial series which explain how to use OGS in
detail (the latest tutorial is the first one on OGS-6):

http://www.springer.com/series/15395?detailsPage=titles

Best,

Th

Dr. Thomas Nagel
Group leader

“Computational Energy Systems”
Department of Environmental Informatics
www.ufz.de/comp-energy-sys

UFZ-BGR OGS-Workgroup “Environmental Geotechnics -
Multi-physics simulation for geotechnical system analysis”
http://www.ufz.de/environmental-geotechnics

Adjunct Professor
Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering
Trinity College Dublin | Ireland

Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung GmbH - UFZ
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research GmbH - UFZ
Permoserstraße 15 | 04318 Leipzig | Germany
Tel. +49 341 235 1061
E-Mail: thomas...@ufz.de

Sitz der Gesellschaft: Leipzig
Registergericht: Amtsgericht Leipzig, Handelsregister Nr. B 4703
Vorsitzender des Aufsichtsrats: MinDirig Wilfried Kraus
Wissenschaftlicher Geschäftsführer: Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Georg Teutsch
Administrative Geschäftsführerin: Prof. Dr. Heike Graßmann

Am 01.03.2018 um 11:12 schrieb mkz.p...@gmail.com:

Thank You everyone for your answers. I have more specific questions
about different modeling techniques that I’m listing below . i’ll be
interested in any clue,tip or link anyone could provide. thank you all
in advance.

  • Plasticity : what are the predefiened behaviour laws already
    included in OpenGeosys ? any laws for hydro-geological applications ?
  • creep : Since no benchmark illustrates the use of creep , what are
    creep evolution laws included ?
  • hydraulic : Saturated , unsaturated flows ? Multi-phase ?
  • parralel calculation: is it supported ? any related documentation ?
  • Domain decomposition : parameters , settings ?


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Dear Wenqing Wang ,

Thank you for ypur answers . I think OG5 suits enough our applications for the moment . neverthless the new functonalities in OG6 , for instance the parallelization part, are very intersting. In this regard , I would like to know if there’s any documentation related to convergence control methods and error estimation in parallel calculations ?

thank you in advance for your answers.

Yours kindly

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Le jeudi 1 mars 2018 12:12:23 UTC+1, Wenqing Wang a écrit :

  If you find the functionalities that you want are in OGS6, please use OGS6. The development and maintaining of OGS5 are no longer  available. The remaining functionalities of OGS5 over OGS6 will be added to OGS6 soon or later.

   

  On 03/01/2018 11:12 AM, mkz.p...@gmail.com wrote:
      Thank You everyone for your answers. I have more specific questions about different modeling techniques that I'm listing below . i'll be interested in any clue,tip or link anyone could provide. thank you all in advance.
      - Plasticity : what are the predefiened behaviour laws already included in OpenGeosys ?

OGS6: Ehlers (can be Druck-Prager by input)

OGS5: Druck-Prager, cam-clay, MOHR-COULOMB, HOEK-BROWN

any laws for hydro-geological applications ?

What does mean?

      - creep : Since no benchmark illustrates the use of creep , what are creep evolution laws included ?

OGS6: lubby2 for salt rock

OGS5: BGR model, lubby2, BURGERS
  • hydraulic : Saturated , unsaturated flows ? Multi-phase ?
OGS6: saturated flow/groundwater flow, Richards flow, multi phase flow, non-isothermal multi phase flow

OGS5: saturated flow/groundwater flow, Richards flow, multi phase flow,  non-isothermal Richards flow,  non-isothermal multi phase flow
      - parralel calculation: is it supported ? any related documentation ?

OGS6, PETSC

OGS5, in-house developed parallel scheme based on domain decomposition, PETSC
  • Domain decomposition : parameters , settings ?

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