Mehdi Bahari Moghaddam

Mehdi Bahari Moghaddam
Petroleum University of Technology | PUT · Department of Petroleum Engineering (Ahwaz)

PhD Assistant professor

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The oil industry deals with wellhead fluids which are a mixture of hydrocarbons, water and impurities. In a two-phase separator design, the gas and liquid phases of a fluid stream are separated at a specific temperature and pressure. A proper separator design is important, because a separation vessel is normally the initial processing vessel in the...
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Free-fall gravity drainage (FFGD) is the main production mechanism in the gas-invaded zone of fractured reservoirs. The gravity and capillary forces are two major forces that control the production performance of a fractured system under an FFGD mechanism. Gravity force acts as a driving force to remove oil from the matrix block whereas the resisti...
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The Brooks-Corey power-law capillary pressure model is commonly imposed on core analysis data without verifying the validity of its underlying assumptions. The Brooks-Corey model, originally developed to model the pressure head during the drainage of soil, is only valid at low wetting phase saturations. However, such models are often applied in pet...
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Smart water flooding as a developing technique utilizes modified water chemistry in terms of salinity and composition to prepare the best-suited brine composition for a specific brine/oil/rock system to obtain higher oil recovery efficiency. Huge amount of unrecovered oil is expected to be remained in carbonate reservoirs; however, few research wor...
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Formation damage is one of the obstacles that causes additional pressure drop and consequently reduces production rate in oil wells. Well stimulation methods are the most effective ways to reduce the damage. Approximately 80% of Iranian oil reservoirs are carbonate, and additionally, the efficiency of matrix acidizing in carbonate reservoirs is mor...
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Cite Share Get Permissions Search Site Summary Lost circulation is one of the most challenging problems during drilling of oil and gas wells. This issue leads to significant loss of drilling fluid, increase of nonproductive time as well as dictating additional costs to drilling companies. Lost circulation may also lead to other consequences, incl...
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There is a direct link between the extent of formation damage and the filtration volume of the drilling fluids in hydrocarbon reservoirs. The filtration volume could be diminished by adding different additives to the drilling fluids. Recently, nanoparticles have been extensively used for enhancing the filtration characteristics of the drilling flui...
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Regarding the importance of analyzing enhanced oil recovery methods before implementing them, and considering the fact that most of the developed methods are time-consuming or not cost-effective, developing analytical models sounds beneficial to analyze chemicals behavior before injecting them into the reservoirs. In fact, the analytical solutions...
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Sodium Carboxymethyl Cellulose (NaCMC) is a water-soluble polymer which is widely used as a thickener, stabilizer and viscosity modifier in different industries. As temperature increases, the length of the polymer chain of NaCMC decreases and viscosity of its solution drops sharply. In this paper, multilayer graphene sheets were produced by shear e...

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