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STOMP

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Subsurface Transport Over Multiple Phases (STOMP) is a sequential numerical simulator for modeling multifluid flow and transport through geologic media. Written in ANSI Standard FORTRAN, STOMP has been executed on a variety of platforms at national laboratories, government agencies, private companies, and universities. STOMP-SC is a scalable, parallel scientific computer code, which, like STOMP, comprises a collection of operational modes for modeling subsurface flow and reactive transport and is being implemented on the massively parallel computers at the Environmental Molecular Science Laboratory. STOMP-SC is currently under development, offering a subset of the STOMP operational modes and process modeling capabilities. The STOMP and STOMP-SC simulators are currently being used nationally and internationally at research laboratories and universities. Certain versions of STOMP are available for distribution, while others are restricted to research use only. A general summary of capabilities is shown below. See Operational Modes for a more detailed description of specific capabilities.

   
Phases aqueous, gas, NAPL, ice, hydrate, solid
Components water, air, oil, salt, CO2, CH4, dilute solutes, reactive species (ECKEChem)

Thermal Environments

isothermal, nonisothermal

Saturation Functions

nonhysteretic, entrapment, residual

Gridding

structured (Cartesian, cylindrical, boundary fitted)

Numerical Solvers banded, conjugate gradient (SPLIB, Indiana University), parallel (PETSc, Argonne National Lab)

STOMP

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