Publikasjoner og ansvarsområder
Fracture permeability under normal stress: a fully computational approach
Ensuring Well Integrity During CO2 Injection
Safe plugging of wells penetrating CO2 storage sites
Well integrity: The effect of material parameters and intermittent flow on thermal stresses
Numerical Modeling of Non-Newtonian Fluid Flow in Fractures and Porous Media
Non-Newtonian fluids having Bingham or power-law rheology are common in many applications within drilling and reservoir engineering. Examples of such fluids are drilling muds, foams, heavy oil, hydraulic-fracturing and other stimulation fluids, and cement slurries. Despite the importance of non-Newt...
Well integrity for CO2 injection from ships: Simulation of the effect of flow and material parameters on thermal stresses
Coupling in hydraulic fracturing simulation
Failure modes in three-point bending tests of cement-steel, cement-cement and cement-sandstone bi-material beams
From Fracture Gradient to Spectrum of Lost-circulation Pressures: A Paradigm Shift?
In a naturally-fractured formation, the maximum mudweight (the lost-circulation pressure gradient) allowed along the interval is distributed between the minimum and maximum in-situ stress gradients. For a vertical wellbore drilled in an extensional stress environment, the spectrum of lost-circulatio...