Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering (Oil and Gas Well Drilling Engineering)

Dong Chen

Personal Profile

College of Petroleum Engineering

Ph.D

Associate Professor

Oil and Gas Well Drilling Engineering

dong.chen@cup.edu.cn

Research Areas

Oil and Gas Well Fluid Mechanics and Engineering

Research Group Introduction

I am an associate professor at China University of Petroleum - Beijing, College of Petroleum Engineering. I obtained his PhD degree at The University of Western Australia and then worked as a research associate at Imperial College London.
My main research interest is on smart drilling, including intelligent well path planning and navigation, drilling visualization, intelligent formation and risk identification. I made academic contributions to unconventional reservoir petrophysics and simulation.

Publications

[1] Chen D., Ye Z.*, Pan Z., Tan Y., Li H., 2019. Theoretical models to predict gas adsorption capacity on moist coal. Energy Fuels 33, 2908-2914. (SCI)
[2] Chen D.*, Pan Z., Ye Z., Hou B., Wang Di, Yuan L., 2016. A unified permeability and effective stress relationship for porous and fractured reservoir rocks. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering 29, 401-412. (SCI)
[3] Chen D. *, Pan Z., Shi J.Q., Si G., Ye Z., Zhang J., 2016. A novel approach for modelling coal permeability during transition from elastic to post-failure state using a modified logistic growth function. International Journal of Coal Geology 163, 132-139. (SCI)
[4] Chen D., Pan Z.*, Ye Z., 2015. Dependence of gas shale fracture permeability on effective stress and reservoir pressure: Model match and insights. Fuel 139, 383-392. (SCI)
[5] Chen D., Ye Z.*, Pan Z., Zhou Y., Zhang J., 2017. A permeability model for the hydraulic fracture filled with proppant packs under combined effect of compaction and embedment. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 149, 428-435. (SCI)