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Academic Biography

Dr Gomari completed his first degree in Chemical Engineering at Petroleum University of Technology, Abadan, Iran. He gained his MSc in Petroleum Engineering from NTNU, Norway followed by his PhD at the University of Stavanger, Norway. He has gained 12 years of industrial experiences with the National Iranian Oil Company, and Statoil before joining Teesside University as Senior Lecturer. He is currently course leader for MSc Petroleum Engineering.

His main research interests are:

  • Oil and Gas Production Optimization
  • IOR/EOR methods
  • Reservoir Rock/Fluid Interaction
  • Oil and Gas Reservoir Modelling
  • Wettability alteration
  • Hydraulic Fracturing ( Shale Oil/Gas extraction)

Summary of Research Interests

His main research interests are:

  • Hydraulic Fracturing
  • Shale Gas /Tight Sand
  • Reservoir Rock/Fluid Interaction
  • Oil and Gas Reservoir Modelling
  • Surface Characterization
  • Wettability alteration
  • Oil and Gas Production Optimization
  • IOR/EOR methods
  • Low Salinity water Injection
  • CO2 Injection
  • Miscible /Immiscible Gas Injection
  • Smart Water

PhD and Research Opportunities

Graduated PhD students:

1) Hadi Parvisi (2014-2018)

Project title: Hydraulic fracturing modelling and process optimisation in tight gas reservoirs

2) Saifaddeen Sallam (2012-2018)

Project title: Predictive Production Modelling for Increasing Productivity of Oil Wells

Current PhD students:

Director of PhD study:

1) Kingsley Godwin Uranta

Project title: Integration techniques for effective control of water in oil and gas wells

2) Benedicta Bilotu

Project title: The optimization and development of gas condensate field

3) Pranav Thoutam

Project title: Developing a hybrid desalination plant with Hydrate Based Desalination (HBD) and Multi Stage Flash (MSF)

4) Kamal Elyasi

Project title: New Insights into Polymer Flooding for Optimising the Microscopic and Marcroscopic Displacement Efficiency in Porous Media

5) Farida Amrouche

Project title: Innovative Technique to Alter and Control Wettability of Hydrocarbon Reservoir to Favourable Wettability Using Electrical Power (WALEP)

Co-supervisor of PhD study:

Co-supervision of PhD study in collaboration with Robert Gordon University

1) Maureen Ani

Project title: Improving Reservoir Uncertainty Analysis using an Artificial Intelligence (AI) Modelling Approach

Enterprise Interest and Activities

Over 12 year’s professional experience in the different fields of reservoir development working in Iran, and Norway. Within these years working on different types of reservoir from conventional to unconventional and carbonate to sandstone helped me to challenge myself with different problems and solution to the problems.

  • Carbonate reservoir in Iran as production Engineer (3 years)
  • Chalk reservoir (Application of Water Injection, Water weakening, Subsidence of Platform due to water injection, SCAL on chalk and its challenges)
  • History matching on Oseberg South
  • History matching on Giant South Pars/Iran
  • SCAL analysis on Oil and Gas (including conventional and unconventional reservoirs both NCS and internationally, more than 15 fields)
  • Reserve evaluation, Snorre Petek

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Recovery Engineering & Materials Science
Stagnation Point Flow Mathematics
Water injection Engineering & Materials Science
Polyacrylates Engineering & Materials Science
Hydrocarbons Engineering & Materials Science
Carbonates Engineering & Materials Science
Porous Media Mathematics
Irreversibility Mathematics

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Research Output 2004 2019

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polymer
hydrolysis
salinity
viscosity
gel
Stagnation Point Flow
Irreversibility
Heat and Mass Transfer
Non-equilibrium
Porous Media
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Comparative Analysis of Hydrate Nucleation for Methane and Carbon Dioxide

Thoutam, P., Rezaei Gomari, S., Ahmad, F. & Islam, M., 18 Mar 2019, In : Molecules. 24, 6, 1055.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
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Methane
Hydrates
dioxides
Carbon Dioxide
hydrates

Generation of entropy during forced convection of heat in nanofluid stagnation-point flows over a cylinder embedded in porous media

Rezaei Gomari, S., Alizadeh, R., Alizadeh, A. & Karimi, N., 6 Jun 2019, In : Numerical Heat Transfer; Part A: Applications. 75, 10, p. 647-673 27 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Stagnation Point Flow
Nanofluid
Forced Convection
stagnation point
forced convection
gel
polymer
hydrolysis
oil
salt