CSMP++, CSMP-HF, now Open-CSMP
A Modular Multi-Physics Simulator for Thermal-Hydro-Mechanical Simulations
Developed over the past two decades from collaborative effort involving ETH Zurich, Imperial College London, the University of Melbourne, and the University of Leoben.
CSMP-HF is a specific model developed by CSIRO researchers that is to be integrated with OpenCSMP environment, further enhancing the capabilities of this simulation toolkit.
Salimzadeh, S., Paluszny, A., Nick, H. M., & Zimmerman, R. W. (2018). A three-dimensional coupled thermo-hydro-mechanical model for deformable fractured geothermal systems. Geothermics, 71, 212-224.
Deb, P., Salimzadeh, S., Vogler, D., Düber, S., Clauser, C., & Settgast, R. R. (2021). Verification of coupled hydraulic fracturing simulators using laboratory-scale experiments. Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering, 54, 2881-2902.
Salimzadeh, S., Kasperczyk, D., Chen, Z., Movassagh, A., Arjomand, E., Mow, W. S., & Kear, J. (2022, June). Early Detection of Fault Activation Using Surface Tilt Monitoring During a CO2 Injection Project. In ARMA US Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium (pp. ARMA-2022). ARMA.