# Person: Arrarás Ventura, Andrés

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Publication Open Access Geometric multigrid methods for Darcy–Forchheimer flow in fractured porous media(Elsevier, 2019) Arrarás Ventura, Andrés; Gaspar, F. J.; Portero Egea, Laura; Rodrigo, C.; Estadística, Informática y Matemáticas; Estatistika, Informatika eta MatematikaShow more In this paper, we present a monolithic multigrid method for the efficient solution of flow problems in fractured porous media. Specifically, we consider a mixed-dimensional model which couples Darcy flow in the porous matrix with Forchheimer flow within the fractures. A suitable finite volume discretization permits to reduce the coupled problem to a system of nonlinear equations with a saddle point structure. In order to solve this system, we propose a full approximation scheme (FAS) multigrid solver that appropriately deals with the mixed-dimensional nature of the problem by using mixed-dimensional smoothing and inter-grid transfer operators. Numerical experiments show that the proposed multigrid method is robust with respect to the fracture permeability, the Forchheimer coefficient and the mesh size. The case of several possibly intersecting fractures in a heterogeneous porous medium is also discussed.Show more Publication Open Access Multigrid solvers for multipoint flux approximations of the Darcy problem on rough quadrilateral grids(Springer, 2020) Arrarás Ventura, Andrés; Gaspar, F. J.; Portero Egea, Laura; Rodrigo, C.; Estatistika, Informatika eta Matematika; Institute for Advanced Materials and Mathematics - INAMAT2; Estadística, Informática y Matemáticas; Universidad Pública de Navarra / Nafarroako Unibertsitate PublikoaShow more In this work, an efficient blackbox-type multigrid method is proposed for solving multipoint flux approximations of the Darcy problem on logically rectangular grids. The approach is based on a cell-centered multigrid algorithm, which combines a piecewise constant interpolation and the restriction operator by Wesseling/Khalil with a line-wise relaxation procedure. A local Fourier analysis is performed for the case of a Cartesian uniform grid. The method shows a robust convergence for different full tensor coefficient problems and several rough quadrilateral grids.Show more Publication Open Access Mixed-dimensional geometric multigrid methods for single-phase flow in fractured porous media(SIAM, 2019) Arrarás Ventura, Andrés; Gaspar, F. J.; Portero Egea, Laura; Rodrigo, C.; Estadística, Informática y Matemáticas; Estatistika, Informatika eta MatematikaShow more This paper deals with the efficient numerical solution of single-phase flow problems in fractured porous media. A monolithic multigrid method is proposed for solving two-dimensional arbitrary fracture networks with vertical and/or horizontal possibly intersecting fractures. The key point is to combine two-dimensional multigrid components (smoother and intergrid transfer operators) in the porous matrix with their one-dimensional counterparts within the fractures, giving rise to a mixed-dimensional geometric multigrid method. This combination seems to be optimal since it provides an algorithm whose convergence matches the multigrid convergence factor for solving the Darcy problem. Several numerical experiments are presented to demonstrate the robustness of the monolithic mixed-dimensional multigrid method with respect to the permeability of the fractures, the grid size, and the number of fractures in the network.Show more Publication Open Access Multipoint flux mixed finite element methods for slightly compressible flow in porous media(Elsevier, 2019) Arrarás Ventura, Andrés; Portero Egea, Laura; Estadística, Informática y Matemáticas; Estatistika, Informatika eta MatematikaShow more In this paper, we consider multipoint flux mixed finite element discretizations for slightly compressible Darcy flow in porous media. The methods are formulated on general meshes composed of triangles, quadrilaterals, tetrahedra or hexahedra. An inexact Newton method that allows for local velocity elimination is proposed for the solution of the nonlinear fully discrete scheme. We derive optimal error estimates for both the scalar and vector unknowns in the semidiscrete formulation. Numerical examples illustrate the convergence behavior of the methods, and their performance on test problems including permeability coefficients with increasing heterogeneity.Show more Publication Open Access Space-time parallel methods for evolutionary reaction-diffusion problems(Springer, 2023) Arrarás Ventura, Andrés; Gaspar, F. J.; Portero Egea, Laura; Rodrigo, C.; Estadística, Informática y Matemáticas; Estatistika, Informatika eta Matematika; Institute for Advanced Materials and Mathematics - INAMAT2Show more In recent years, the gradual saturation of parallelization in space has been a strongmotivation for the design and analysis of new parallel-in-time algorithms. Amongthese methods, the parareal algorithm, first introduced by Lions, Maday and Turinici[9], has received significant attention.Show more Publication Open Access Parallel solution of nonlinear parabolic problems on logically rectangular grids(Springer, 2007) Arrarás Ventura, Andrés; Portero Egea, Laura; Jorge Ulecia, Juan Carlos; Ingeniería Matemática e Informática; Matematika eta Informatika IngeniaritzaShow more This work deals with the efficient numerical solution of nonlinear transient flow problems posed on two-dimensional porous media of general geometry. We first consider a spatial semidiscretization of such problems by using a cell-centered finite difference scheme on a logically rectangular grid. The resulting nonlinear stiff initial-value problems are then integrated in time by means of a fractional step method, combined with a decomposition of the flow domain into a set of overlapping subdomains and a linearization procedure which involves suitable Taylor expansions. The proposed algorithm reduces the original problem to the solution of several linear systems per time step. Moreover, each one of such systems can be directly decomposed into a set of uncoupled linear subsystems which can be solved in parallel. A numerical example illustrates the unconditionally convergent behaviour of the method in the last section of the paper.Show more Publication Open Access Improved accuracy for time-splitting methods for the numerical solution of parabolic equations(Elsevier, 2015) Arrarás Ventura, Andrés; Portero Egea, Laura; Ingeniería Matemática e Informática; Matematika eta Informatika IngeniaritzaShow more In this work, we study time-splitting strategies for the numerical approximation of evolutionary reaction–diffusion problems. In particular, we formulate a family of domain decomposition splitting methods that overcomes some typical limitations of classical alternating direction implicit (ADI) schemes. The splitting error associated with such methods is observed to be O(t2) in the time step. In order to decrease the size of this splitting error to O(t3), we add a correction term to the right-hand side of the original formulation. This procedure is based on the improved initialization technique proposed by Douglas and Kim in the framework of ADI methods. The resulting non-iterative schemes reduce the global system to a collection of uncoupled subdomain problems that can be solved in parallel. Computational results comparing the newly derived algorithms with the Crank–Nicolson scheme and certain ADI methods are presented.Show more Publication Open Access Decoupling mixed finite elements on hierarchical triangular grids for parabolic problems(Elsevier, 2018) Arrarás Ventura, Andrés; Portero Egea, Laura; Ingeniería Matemática e Informática; Matematika eta Informatika IngeniaritzaShow more In this paper, we propose a numerical method for the solution of time-dependent flow problems in mixed form. Such problems can be efficiently approximated on hierarchical grids, obtained from an unstructured coarse triangulation by using a regular refinement process inside each of the initial coarse elements. If these elements are considered as subdomains, we can formulate a non-overlapping domain decomposition method based on the lowest-order Raviart–Thomas elements, properly enhanced with Lagrange multipliers on the boundaries of each subdomain (excluding the Dirichlet edges). A suitable choice of mixed finite element spaces and quadrature rules yields a cell-centered scheme for the pressures with a local 10-point stencil. The resulting system of differential-algebraic equations is integrated in time by the Crank–Nicolson method, which is known to be a stiffly accurate scheme. As a result, we obtain independent subdomain linear systems that can be solved in parallel. The behavior of the algorithm is illustrated on a variety of numerical experiments.Show more Publication Open Access Modified Douglas splitting methods for reaction–diffusion equations(Springer, 2017) Arrarás Ventura, Andrés; Hout, K. J. in ’t; Hundsdorfer, W.; Portero Egea, Laura; Ingeniería Matemática e Informática; Matematika eta Informatika IngeniaritzaShow more We present modifications of the second-order Douglas stabilizing corrections method, which is a splitting method based on the implicit trapezoidal rule. Inclusion of an explicit term in a forward Euler way is straightforward, but this will lower the order of convergence. In the modifications considered here, explicit terms are included in a second-order fashion. For these modified methods, results on linear stability and convergence are derived. Stability holds for important classes of reaction–diffusion equations, and for such problems the modified Douglas methods are seen to be often more efficient than related methods from the literature.Show more