Ph.D. in Geomechanics, Dept. Energy and Minearl Engineering, Penn State University, U.S. (July, 2015)
M.S. in Petroleum Engineering, Dept. Energy and Minearl Engineering, Penn State University, U.S. (May, 2012)
B.S. in Petroleum Engineering, China University of Geosciences Beijing, China (June, 2010)
Continuum Coupled thermal-hydrological-mechanical-chemical modeling applied in fractured reservoir, including geothermal reservoir, shale gas.
Fracture modeling topics including initiation and propagation.
Experimental rock mechanics including fracture initiation, gas adsorption in CBM, gas shale, fault frictional behavior.
Black oil / compositional multiphase fluid flow simulation.
Discontinuum granular modeling for fracture damage and fault frictional behavior.
My current collaboration include,
Geomechanics team in T.N.O Netherlands,
Derek Elsworth, PSU
Yixin Zhao, CUMTB
Dr. Wu Kejian, Dr. Zhou Yingfang
Prof. Andrew Hurst: Sand injectite problem