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Journal of Computational Physics
Volume 91, Issue 2 , December 1990, Pages 298-309

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doi:10.1016/0021-9991(90)90039-4    How to Cite or Link Using DOI (Opens New Window)  
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Preconditioned biconjugate gradient methods for numerical reservoir simulation

P. Joly and R. Eymard

Laboratoire d'Analyse Numérique, Tour 55-65 5ème étage, Université Pierre et Marie Curie 75252, Paris Cedex 05, France
S.N.E.A.P./S.M.G., Tour Elf-Aquitaine, 2 Place de la Coupole, 92078, Paris-La Defense Cedex 45, France

Received 18 March 1987;  Revised 28 September 1989.  Available online 24 September 2004.


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This paper describes numerical experiments on solving linear systems of equations that arise in reservoir simulations. The well-known conjugate-gradient methods Orthomin and Gmres are compared to the biconjugate-gradient method and to an accelerated version called the conjugate-gradient squared method. An incomplete factorization technique based on the level of fill-in idea is used, with investigations to find the appropriate level. Finally, the influence of a reordering method on the convergence rate is tested.



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