1. Multiscale formulation of pore-scale geomechanics.
    Y. Mehmani, N. Castelletto, H.A. Tchelepi, (in review).

  2. Scaling analysis of the coupled compaction, kerogen conversion, and petroleum expulsion during geological maturation.
    Q. Wang, Y. Mehmani, A.K. Burnham, A. Lapene, J. Wendebourg, H.A. Tchelepi, Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, (2020). [link]

  3. Gravity‐induced bubble ripening in porous media and its impact on capillary trapping stability.
    K. Xu, Y. Mehmani, L. Shang, Q. Xiong,Geophysical Research Letters, (2019). [link]

  4. Multiscale formulation of pore-scale compressible Darcy-Stokes flow.
    B. Guo, Y. Mehmani, H.A. Tchelepi,Journal of Computational Physics, (2019). [link]

  5. Multiscale formulation of two-phase flow at the pore scale.
    Y. Mehmani, H.A. Tchelepi, Journal of Computational Physics, (2019). [link]

  6. Multiscale computation of pore-scale fluid dynamics: Single-phase flow.
    Y. Mehmani, H.A. Tchelepi, Journal of Computational Physics, (2018). [link]

  7. Quantification of organic content in shales via near-infrared imaging: Green River Formation.
    Y. Mehmani, A.K. Burnham, M.D. Vanden Berg, H.A. Tchelepi, Fuel, (2017). [link]

  8. Minimum requirements for predictive pore-network modeling of solute transport in micromodels.
    Y. Mehmani, H.A. Tchelepi, Advances in Water Resources, (2017). [link]

  9. From optics to upscaled thermal conductivity: Green River oil shale.
    Y. Mehmani, A.K. Burnham, H.A. Tchelepi, Fuel, (2016). [link]

  10. Intercomparison of 3D pore-scale flow and solute transport simulation methods.
    X. Yang, Y. Mehmani, W.A. Perkins, A. Pasquali, M. Schönherr, K. Kim, M. Perego, M.L. Parks, N. Trask, M.T. Balhoff, M.C. Richmond, M. Geier, M. Krafczyk, L-S. Luo, A.M. Tartakovsky, T.D. Scheibe, Advances in Water Resources , (2015). [link]

  11. Quantification of kerogen content in organic-rich shales from optical photographs.
    Y. Mehmani, A.K. Burnham, M.D. Vanden Berg, F. Gelin, H.A. Tchelepi, Fuel, (2016). [link]

  12. Pore-scale and continuum simulations of solute transport micromodel benchmark experiments.
    M. Oostrom, Y. Mehmani, P. Romero-Gomez, Y. Tang, H. Liu, H. Yoon, Q. Kang, V. Joekar-Niasar, M.T. Balhoff, T. Dewers, G.D. Tartakovsky, E.A. Leist, N.J. Hess, W.A. Perkins, C.L. Rakowski, M.C. Richmond, J.A. Serkowski, C.J. Werth, A.J. Valocchi, T.W. Wietsma, C. Zhang, Computational Geosciences, (2016). [link]

  13. Eulerian network modeling of longitudinal dispersion.
    Y. Mehmani, M.T. Balhoff, Water Resources Research, (2015). [link]

  14. A forward analysis on the applicability of tracer breakthrough profiles in revealing the pore structure of tight gas sandstone and carbonate rocks.
    A. Mehmani, Y. Mehmani, M. Prodanović, M.T. Balhoff, Water Resources Research, (2015). [link]

  15. Mesoscale and hybrid models of fluid flow and solute transport.
    Y. Mehmani, M.T. Balhoff, Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry, (2015). [link]

  16. Generalized semi-analytical solution of advection–diffusion–reaction in finite and semi-infinite cylindrical ducts.
    Y. Mehmani, M.T. Balhoff, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, (2014). [link]

  17. Chemical and Hydrodynamic Mechanisms for Long-Term Geological Carbon Storage.
    S.J. Altman, B. Aminzadeh, M.T. Balhoff, P.C. Bennett, S.L. Bryant, M. Bayani Cardenas, K. Chaudhary, R.T. Cygan, W. Deng, T. Dewers, D.A. DiCarlo, P. Eichhubl, M.A. Hesse, C. Huh, E.N. Matteo, Y. Mehmani, C.M. Tenney, H. Yoon,Journal of Physical Chemistry C, (2014). [link]

  18. A streamline splitting pore‐network approach for computationally inexpensive and accurate simulation of transport in porous media.
    Y. Mehmani, M. Oostrom, M.T. Balhoff, Water Resources Research, (2014). [link]

  19. Bridging from pore to continuum: a hybrid mortar domain decomposition framework for subsurface flow and transport.
    Y. Mehmani, M.T. Balhoff, Multiscale Modeling & Simulation, SIAM, (2014). [link]

  20. Multiblock pore-Scale modeling and upscaling of reactive transport: application to carbon sequestration.
    Y. Mehmani, T. Sun, M.T. Balhoff, P. Eichhubl, S.L. Bryant, Transport in Porous Media, (2012). [link]

  21. Hybrid multiscale modeling through direct substitution of pore-scale models into near-well reservoir simulators. T. Sun, Y. Mehmani, M.T. Balhoff, Energy & Fuels, (2012). [link]

  22. Numerical algorithms for network modeling of yield stress and other non-Newtonian fluids in porous media.
    M. Balhoff, D. Sanchez-Rivera, A. Kwok, Y. Mehmani, M. Prodanović, Transport in porous media, (2012). [link]

  23. Pore to continuum upscaling of permeability in heterogeneous porous media using mortars.
    T. Sun, Y. Mehmani, J. Bhagmane, M.T. Balhoff, International Journal of Oil, Gas and Coal Technology, (2012). [link]

Archival & Datasets

  1. PNM vs. DNS intercomparison dataset for transport in micromodels.
    Y. Mehmani, H.A. Tchelepi, Digital Rocks Portal, (2017). [link]

  2. Wrinkle-free interface compression for two-fluid flows.
    Y. Mehmani, arXiv, (2018). [link]