Anna Scotti
Anna Scotti
Politecnico di Milano, Dipartimento di Matematica
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TitleCited byYear
A mixed finite element method for Darcy flow in fractured porous media with non-matching grids∗
C D’Angelo, A Scotti
ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis 46 (2), 465-489, 2012
1452012
A reduced model for Darcy’s problem in networks of fractures∗
L Formaggia, A Fumagalli, A Scotti, P Ruffo
ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis 48 (4), 1089-1116, 2014
952014
A numerical method for two-phase flow in fractured porous media with non-matching grids
A Fumagalli, A Scotti
Advances in Water Resources 62, 454-464, 2013
712013
Benchmarks for single-phase flow in fractured porous media
B Flemisch, I Berre, W Boon, A Fumagalli, N Schwenck, A Scotti, ...
Advances in Water Resources 111, 239-258, 2018
582018
Mimetic finite difference approximation of flows in fractured porous media
PF Antonietti, L Formaggia, A Scotti, M Verani, N Verzott
ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis 50 (3), 809-832, 2016
572016
Global sensitivity analysis through polynomial chaos expansion of a basin-scale geochemical compaction model
L Formaggia, A Guadagnini, I Imperiali, V Lever, G Porta, M Riva, A Scotti, ...
Computational Geosciences 17 (1), 25-42, 2013
492013
Numerical modelling of multiphase subsurface flow in the presence of fractures
A Fumagalli, A Scotti
Communications in Applied and Industrial Mathematics 3 (1), 2011
392011
An efficient XFEM approximation of Darcy flows in arbitrarily fractured porous media
A Fumagalli, A Scotti
Oil & Gas Science and Technology–Revue d’IFP Energies nouvelles 69 (4), 555-564, 2014
312014
A reduced model for flow and transport in fractured porous media with non-matching grids
A Fumagalli, A Scotti
Numerical Mathematics and Advanced Applications 2011, 499-507, 2013
282013
A Review of the XFEM-Based Approximation of Flow in Fractured Porous Media
B Flemisch, A Fumagalli, A Scotti
Advances in Discretization Methods: Discontinuities, Virtual Elements …, 2016
252016
Stabilized extended finite elements for the approximation of saddle point problems with unfitted interfaces
L Cattaneo, L Formaggia, GF Iori, A Scotti, P Zunino
Calcolo 52 (2), 123-152, 2015
182015
Analysis of a mimetic finite difference approximation of flows in fractured porous media
L Formaggia, A Scotti, F Sottocasa
ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis 52 (2), 595-630, 2018
172018
Positivity and conservation properties of some integration schemes for mass action kinetics
L Formaggia, A Scotti
SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis 49 (3), 1267-1288, 2011
172011
Well posedness of fully coupled fracture/bulk Darcy flow with XFEM
M Del Pra, A Fumagalli, A Scotti
SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis 55 (2), 785-811, 2017
162017
A mixed finite element method for modeling the fluid exchange between microcirculation and tissue interstitium
D Notaro, L Cattaneo, L Formaggia, A Scotti, P Zunino
Advances in Discretization Methods, 3-25, 2016
152016
Analysis of a model for precipitation and dissolution coupled with a Darcy flux
A Agosti, L Formaggia, A Scotti
Journal of mathematical analysis and applications 431 (2), 752-781, 2015
152015
Using embedded discrete fracture models (EDFMs) to simulate realistic fluid flow problems
P Panfili, A Cominelli, A Scotti
Second EAGE workshop on naturally fractured reservoirs, 2013
132013
A hybrid XFEM –Phase field (Xfield) method for crack propagation in brittle elastic materials
B Giovanardi, A Scotti, L Formaggia
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 320, 396-420, 2017
122017
Numerical simulation of the dynamics of boats by a variational inequality approach
L Formaggia, E Miglio, A Mola, A Scotti
Variational analysis and aerospace engineering, 213-227, 2009
82009
Call for participation: Verification benchmarks for single-phase flow in three-dimensional fractured porous media
I Berre, W Boon, B Flemisch, A Fumagalli, D Gläser, E Keilegavlen, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1809.06926, 2018
62018
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