PhD, Scientific advisor in the Kutateladze Institute of Thermophysics, SB RAS.

Senior teacher (2018 Jul - today) at the Chair of Mathematical Modelling of the Novosibirsk State University (see "For students" section)

Contacts:

Ac. Lavrentieva ave., 1,

Novosibirsk, Russia, 630090

Novosibirsk, Russia, 630090

+7 (383) 334 9130

Flow with spherical particles in the flat channel

Fully 3D hydraulic fracture propagation

Stresses in the Francis turbine

Octotree for multipole expansion in FMM BEM

Lapin V.N., **Esipov D.V.**
Simulation of proppant transport and fracture plugging in the framework of a radial hydraulic fracturing model //
Russian Journal of Numerical Analysis and Mathematical Modelling. —
2020. — Vol. 35, iss. 6. — P. 325-339.

Karnakov P.V., Kuranakov D.S., Lapin V.N., Cherny S.G., **Esipov D.V.**
Peculiarities of the hydraulic fracture propagation caused by pumping of proppant-fluid slurry //
Thermophysics and Aeromechanics. —
2018. — Vol. 25, iss. 4. — P. 587-603.

Cherny S., **Esipov D.**, Kuranakov D., Lapin V., Chirkov D., Astrakova A.
Prediction of fracture initiation zones on the surface of three-dimensional structure using the surface curvature //
Engineering Fracture Mechanics. —
2017. — Vol. 172. — P. 196-214.

Shokin Yu., Cherny S., Lapin V., **Esipov D.**, Kuranakov D., Astrakova A.
Methods for optimal control of hydraulic fracturing process //
CEUR Workshop Proceedings. —
2017. — Vol. 1839. — P. 423-444.

Cherny S., Lapin V., **Esipov D.**, Kuranakov D., Avdyushenko A., Lyutov A., Karnakov P.
Simulating fully 3D non-planar evolution of hydraulic fractures //
International Journal of Fracture. —
2016. — Vol. 201 (2). — P. 181-211.

Kuranakov D.S., **Esipov D.V.**, Lapin V.N., Cherny S.G.
Modification of the boundary element method for computation of three-dimensional fields of strain-stress state of cavities with cracks //
Engineering Fracture Mechanics. —
2016. — Vol. 153. — P. 302-318.

Shokin Yu., Cherny S., **Esipov D.**, Lapin V., Lyutov A., Kuranakov D.
Three-dimensional model of fracture propagation from the cavity caused by quasi-static load or viscous fluid pumping //
Communications in Computer and Information Science. —
2015. — Vol. 549. — P. 143-157.

Alekseenko O.P., Potapenko D.I., Cherny S.G., **Esipov D.V.**, Kuranakov D.S., Lapin V.N.
3D Modeling of fracture initiation from perforated non-cemented well-bore //
SPE Journal —
2013. — Vol. 18, No. 3. — P. 589-600.

Bannikov D.V., **Esipov D.V.**, Cherny S.G., Chirkov D.V.
Optimization design according to the efficiency-strength criteria //
Thermophysics and Aeromechanics. —
2010. — Vol. 17., Iss. 4. — P. 613-620.

Cherny S.G., Lapin V.N., **Esipov D.V.**, Kuranakov D.S.
Methods of modeling of initiation and propagation of fractures. —
Novosibirsk: SB RAS, 2017. — 312 p. — in Russian.

In this book, we consider the 3D numerical models of fracture initiation from cavities as well as fracture propagation caused by viscous fluid pumping (hydraulic fracturing). The book starts by describing of mathematical models of hydraulic fracturing. Then, there are sections devoted to the original model of the numerical construction of incipient fracture if some breakdown conditions are satisfied. After that, we describe the fully coupled 3D model of hydraulic fracturing, which takes into account non-Newtonian fluid flow in the fracture, elastic deformation of the rock caused by fluid pressure, and the fracturing of the rock. There are verification, and validation of developed mathematical methods, and numerical algorithms. Also, the book has a lot of figures presenting results of a large number of numerical computations.

In this book, we consider the 3D numerical models of fracture initiation from cavities as well as fracture propagation caused by viscous fluid pumping (hydraulic fracturing). The book starts by describing of mathematical models of hydraulic fracturing. Then, there are sections devoted to the original model of the numerical construction of incipient fracture if some breakdown conditions are satisfied. After that, we describe the fully coupled 3D model of hydraulic fracturing, which takes into account non-Newtonian fluid flow in the fracture, elastic deformation of the rock caused by fluid pressure, and the fracturing of the rock. There are verification, and validation of developed mathematical methods, and numerical algorithms. Also, the book has a lot of figures presenting results of a large number of numerical computations.

Federal Research Center for Information and Computational Technologies

Institute of Computational Technologies, SB RAS

Laboratory of mathematical modeling (Head of the laboratory is prof. Sergey Cherny), Institute of Computational Technologies, SB RAS

Laboratory of mathematical modeling (Head of the laboratory is prof. Sergey Cherny), Institute of Computational Technologies, SB RAS

Chair of Mathematical Modelling, Novosibirsk State University

The PhD thesis "Simulation of initiation and propagation processes for hydraulic fractures" was defended in dissertation сouncil DM 003.046.01

Novosibirs State University, Mechanical and Mathematical Faculty

Albert Einstein

I give a course at the Mechanics and Mathematics Faculty of the NSU: seminar classes on "Numerical methods".
The classes go in the 5th and 6th semesters.
In 5th semester, the course is devoted to fundamentals of numerical methods for solving ODE problems.
Usually we consider initial value problems (IVP) for the first order and second order ODEs, and boundary value problem (BVP) for linear second order ODEs.
In terms of numerical methods, we concentrate on the Runge-Kutta, Adams-Bashforth, shooting and finite difference methods. In 6th semester, we deal with numerical
methods for PDE problems like initial boundary value problems (IBVP) for 1D and 2D heat equations as well as IBVP for advection (transport) and inviscid Burgers' equations.

In 2020, I have started to give the annual special course "Boundary element methods". Classes go on Fridays at 16:20 in the room 5207. To make a first impression on the boundary element methods, I recommend looking into Wikipedia.

In 2020, I have started to give the annual special course "Boundary element methods". Classes go on Fridays at 16:20 in the room 5207. To make a first impression on the boundary element methods, I recommend looking into Wikipedia.

Here is a draft of the book "Computational methods in problems and exercises" (in Russian).
The book contains problems usually considered in seminar classes.

Today I have the interest to make a valuable research in the fields presented above.
Feel free to communicate me if you are interested in cooperation.
Also, see my old internship proposal (2017)
for foreign students in the Novosibirsk State University.