Slope Instability of Submarine Sediments due to Hydrate Dissociation: A Case Study of Northern Cascadia Margin (Dataset).

Published: 22 December 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/f5724vw9rr.1
Contributors:
Sulav Dhakal,

Description

TOUGH+Hydrate and FLAC3D modeling files and model grids for the Northern Cascadia Margin case-study.

Files

Steps to reproduce

Model grids created based on IODP data, also mentioned in the Data Availability Chapter. Requires TOUGH+Hydrate code/executable, FLAC3D 7.0, python3 with dependencies mentioned in the python codes. The main file is used to call the python files and plot_displacement file from FLAC3D interface. The model_grid.f3grid is generated using FLAC3D tools and interpolated back to TOUGH+Hydrate.

Institutions

Louisiana State University

Categories

Geomechanics, Numerical Modeling, Modeling Fluid Flow in Porous Media

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