His main research concerns Petroleum engineering, Carbonate, Geotechnical engineering, Fracture conductivity and Mineralogy. His research in Petroleum engineering intersects with topics in Horizontal wells, Shale gas and Well stimulation. In his study, Matrix and Pressure gradient is strongly linked to Wormhole, which falls under the umbrella field of Carbonate.
His Geotechnical engineering study incorporates themes from Stress and Oil shale. The study incorporates disciplines such as Carbonate rock and Chemical engineering in addition to Mineralogy. His work carried out in the field of Fracture brings together such families of science as Hydraulic fracturing and Volume.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Petroleum engineering, Geotechnical engineering, Carbonate, Fracture conductivity and Composite material. His Petroleum engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Horizontal wells, Permeability, Flow and Well stimulation. His Geotechnical engineering research integrates issues from Mechanics and Oil shale.
In the field of Carbonate, his study on Acid fracturing overlaps with subjects such as Matrix. Alfred Daniel Hill is interested in Fracture, which is a field of Composite material. His Fracture study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Volume and Matrix.
Alfred Daniel Hill mostly deals with Geotechnical engineering, Carbonate, Petroleum engineering, Oil shale and Fracture conductivity. His Fracture, Hydraulic fracturing and Hydrogeology investigations are all subjects of Geotechnical engineering research. His work deals with themes such as Flow, Stress and Volume, which intersect with Fracture.
His studies deal with areas such as Wormhole, Chemical engineering, Permeability and Mineralogy as well as Carbonate. His Petroleum engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Horizontal wells, Matrix and Acid fracturing. He has researched Fracture conductivity in several fields, including Embedment and Rock mechanics.
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Petroleum production systems
Michael J. Economides;A. D. Hill;Christine Ehlig-Economides.
The Optimum Injection Rate for Matrix Acidizing of Carbonate Formations
Y. Wang;A.D. Hill;R.S. Schechter.
Software - Practice and Experience (1993)
A mechanistic model of wormhole growth in carbonate matrix acidizing and acid fracturing
K. M. Hung;A. D. Hill;Kamy Sepehrnoori.
Journal of Petroleum Technology (1989)
Laboratory Measurement of Hydraulic Fracture Conductivities in the Barnett Shale
Junjing Zhang;Anton Kamenov;D.. Zhu;A. D. Hill.
information processing and trusted computing (2013)
The Effect of Natural Fractures on Hydraulic Fracture Propagation
N.K. Potluri;D. Zhu;Alfred Daniel Hill.
SPE European Formation Damage Conference (2005)
Experimental and numerical studies of reduced fracture conductivity due to proppant embedment in the shale reservoir
Junjing Zhang;Liangchen Ouyang;D. Zhu;A.D. Hill.
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering (2015)
Reaction Rate and Fluid Loss: The Keys to Wormhole Initiation and Propagation in Carbonate Acidizing
Tianping Huang;A.D. Hill;R.S. Schechter.
Spe Journal (2000)
Experimental and Numerical Studies of Reduced Fracture Conductivity due to Proppant Embedment in Shale Reservoirs
Junjing Zhang;Lianchen Ouyang;Alfred Daniel Hill;Ding Zhu.
SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (2014)
Determining Multilayer Formation Properties from Transient Temperature and Pressure Measurements
Weibo Sui;Ding Zhu;Alfred Daniel Hill;Christine A. Ehlig-Economides.
SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (2008)
A rigorous formation damage skin factor and reservoir inflow model for a horizontal well
Kenji Furui;D. Zhu;A.D. Hill.
Spe Production & Facilities (2003)
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