Bernt Aadnoy has taught as a professor of petroleum engineering at the University of Stavanger in Norway since Before this, he served as the chief well. Bernt Aadnøy is Adjunct Professor at Department of Geoscience and Petroleum at NTNU and holds a position as Professor of Petroleum. Authors: Bernt Aadnoy Reza Looyeh. Paperback ISBN: Imprint: Gulf Professional Publishing. Published Date: 1st April Page Count:
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Improved prediction of shallow sediment fracturing for offshore applications. Challenges and solutions in well engineering.
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University of Wyoming; Khosravanian, Rasool; Kryanezhad, M. In situ stress state from inversion of fracturing data from oil wells and borehole image logs.
Temperature model provides information for well control. Elliptical geometry model for sand production during depletion. Design of oil wells using analytical friction models.
Iris; – Research subects for well technology. Multistring analysis of well growth. Petroleum Education in Norway.
ANPERC – KAUST Research Conference – Session Leaders
An Introduction to Well Integrity. An analytical model to predict the volume of sand during drilling and production.
Design of well barriers to combat circulation losses. Discussion of a problem Well. ASME 34th Int.
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Novel fracturing cells and mud cells were built to better understand the mechanisms that lead to circulation losses. SPE Drilling Conference; – Remember me on this computer.
Betydningen av spenninger i petroleumsteknologi. Quality Assurance of Wellbore Stability Analyses. Vignes, Birgit; Tonning, Stein A. Application of quantitative risk assessment in wellbore stability analysis.
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Theory and Application of Buoyancy in Wells. Analysis of stuck pipe in deviated boreholes.
Help Center Find new research papers in: Application of in situ stress estimation methods in wellbore stability analysis under isotropic and anisotropic conditions. Society of Petroleum Engineers, Aberdeen; – Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering. Theory and Application of Buoyancy in Wells bwrnt. Geomechanical analysis for deep-water drilling.
Injection profile effects caused by gravity segregation in deviated wellbores more. Skip to main content. Introduction to Special Issue on Borehole Stability.