The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Petroleum engineering, Water injection, Enhanced oil recovery, Porous medium and Micromodel. His Water alternating gas study in the realm of Petroleum engineering interacts with subjects such as High pressure. His Water alternating gas study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Connate fluids, Relative permeability, Capillary action and Oil field.
As a part of the same scientific study, Mehran Sohrabi usually deals with the Water injection, concentrating on Dissolution and frequently concerns with Sweep efficiency. His studies in Enhanced oil recovery integrate themes in fields like Oil viscosity, Geotechnical engineering, Pulp and paper industry and Pore scale. As part of one scientific family, Mehran Sohrabi deals mainly with the area of Micromodel, narrowing it down to issues related to the Surface tension, and often Natural gas, Residual oil, Flow and Production fluid.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Petroleum engineering, Relative permeability, Water injection, Mechanics and Three-phase. His specific area of interest is Petroleum engineering, where Mehran Sohrabi studies Enhanced oil recovery. His Relative permeability research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Water alternating gas, Composite material, Surface tension and Hysteresis.
His Water injection research focuses on Hydrogeology and how it relates to Petrology. His study in the field of Flow and Fluid dynamics is also linked to topics like Inertia. Mehran Sohrabi combines subjects such as Flow and Mineralogy with his study of Porous medium.
Petroleum engineering, Water injection, Relative permeability, Low salinity and Water alternating gas are his primary areas of study. His Petroleum engineering research incorporates elements of Fuel oil and Flow. His study in Water injection is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Micromodel, Fossil fuel, Aqueous two-phase system and Dissolution.
His research integrates issues of Surface tension, Mechanics, Phase and Drainage in his study of Relative permeability. His work carried out in the field of Mechanics brings together such families of science as Hydrogeology and Capillary pressure. His Water alternating gas research includes elements of Computer simulation and Hysteresis.
His primary areas of study are Water injection, Petroleum engineering, Low salinity, Relative permeability and Environmental chemistry. He has researched Water injection in several fields, including Mechanics, Dissolution and Micromodel. His work is dedicated to discovering how Petroleum engineering, Fossil fuel are connected with Swelling and other disciplines.
His Relative permeability research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Fuel oil, Hydrogeology and Capillary pressure. His Environmental chemistry research integrates issues from Wetting and Pore scale. The concepts of his Enhanced oil recovery study are interwoven with issues in Pickering emulsion, Emulsion, Asphaltene and Co2 storage.
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Visualization of Oil Recovery by Water-Alternating-Gas Injection Using High-Pressure Micromodels
M. Sohrabi;D.H. Tehrani;A. Danesh;G.D. Henderson.
Spe Journal (2004)
Novel Insights Into Mechanisms of Oil Recovery by Use of Low-Salinity-Water Injection
Mehran Sohrabi;Pedram Mahzari;Seyed Amir Farzaneh;John Robert Mills.
Spe Journal (2017)
Microscopic Mechanisms of Oil Recovery By Near-Miscible Gas Injection
Mehran Sohrabi;Ali Danesh;Dabir H. Tehrani;Mahmoud Jamiolahmady.
Transport in Porous Media (2008)
Visual Investigation of Oil Recovery by Low Salinity Water Injection: Formation of Water Micro-Dispersions and Wettability Alteration
Alireza Emadi;Mehran Sohrabi.
SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition (2013)
Visualisation of Oil Recovery by Water Alternating Gas (WAG) Injection Using High Pressure Micromodels - Water-Wet System
M. Sohrabi;G.D. Henderson;D.H. Tehrani;A. Danesh.
2000 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition - Production Operations and Engineering General (2000)
Visualisation of Residual Oil Recovery by Near-miscible Gas and SWAG Injection Using High-pressure Micromodels
M. Sohrabi;A. Danesh;M. Jamiolahmady.
Transport in Porous Media (2008)
Experimental Study of Pore-Scale Mechanisms of Carbonated Water Injection
Masoud Riazi;Mehran Sedah Sohrabi;Mahmoud Jamiolahmady.
Transport in Porous Media (2011)
Investigation of Rock Wettability Alteration by Carbonated Water through Contact Angle Measurements
Mojtaba Seyyedi;Mehran Sohrabi;Amir Farzaneh.
Energy & Fuels (2015)
Coreflooding Studies to Investigate the Potential of Carbonated Water Injection as an Injection Strategy for Improved Oil Recovery and CO2 Storage
Mehran Sohrabi;Nor Idah Kechut;Masoud Riazi;Mahmoud Jamiolahmady.
Transport in Porous Media (2012)
Carbonated water injection (CWI) - a productive way of using CO2 for oil recovery and CO2 storage
Mehran Sedah Sohrabi;Masood Riazi;Mahmoud Jamiolahmady;Nor Idah Kechut.
Energy Procedia (2011)
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