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Dr. Balhoff's research involves pore scale and multiscale modeling, flow and transport in porous media, and reservoir engineering.
The theory and practice of decision making under uncertainty (decision and risk analysis), modeling probabilistic dependence, probability assessment, value of information, personal and organizational risk preference…
My research focuses on characterizing physical and transport properties of rocks using a combination of laboratory experiments and numerical simulation. Specific areas of interest include pore-scale pressure and…
Dr. DiCarlo's research interests include:
* Applying advanced experimental techniques to understanding fluid flow
o Synchrotron radiation
o CT scanning
Mechanics and physics of natural porous solids
Methane recovery from microporous organic rocks
Methane hydrate-bearing sediments
Geological carbon sequestration
His research interests are in experimental and computational geomechanics and multi-scale modeling with applications to well completions, lost circulation, hydraulic fracturing, and anomalous flow in porous media.…
-Hydraulic Fracture Crack Tip Mechanics
-Rock Mechanics of Geopressured-Geothermal Reservoirs
-Petrophysical Properties of Gas Sands
-Deformation and Production Stability in…
Dr. Heidari's research team develops new methods for reliable interpretation and integration of multi-scale (i.e., pore-scale, core-scale, and well-log-scale) formation data measured in the laboratory or in the…