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Shihao Wang

  • Petroleum Engineering
  • Colorado School of Mines
    Golden, CO 80401
    USA

Education

  • 2008-2012 Bachelor of Engineering, Peking University, GPA 3.71
  • 2012-2015 Master of Science,Colorado School of Mines, GPA 3.96
  • 2015-present, PHD, Colorado School of Mines, GPA 4.00

Research

  • Reservoir Simulation, Geomechanics, Transport Phenomena, Geothermal Reservoirs

Publications

  • Tang, H., Wang, S. (corresponding author) Fully-Coupled Multi-Physical Simulation with Physics-Based Nonlinearity-Elimination Nonlinear Preconditioner for Enhanced Oil Recovery. Communications in Computational Physics (accepted, to appear)
  • Wang, S., Pomerantz, A., Xu, W., Lukyanov, A., Kleinberg, R., Wu, Y.S., 2017. The Impact of Kerogen Properties on Shale Gas Production: A Reservoir Simulation Sensitivity Analysis. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering.2017
  • Wang, S., Lukyanov, A., Wang, L., Wu, Y.S., Pomerantz, A., Xu, W., Kleinberg, R., 2017. A Non-Empirical Gas Slippage Model for Low to Moderate Knudsen Numbers. Physics of Fluids, 29(1).
  • Wang, S., Huang, Z., Wu, Y.S., Winterfeld, P.H. and Zerpa, L.E., 2016. A semi-analytical correlation of thermal-hydraulic-mechanical behavior of fractures and its application to modeling reservoir scale cold water injection problems in enhanced geothermal reservoirs. Geothermics, 64.
  • Wang, L., Wang, S., Zhang, R., Wang, C., Xiong, Y., Zheng, X., Li, S., Jin, K. and Rui, Z., 2016. Review of multi-scale and multi-physical simulation technologies for shale and tight gas reservoirs. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, 37.
  • Wang, L. et al. Advances in improved/enhanced oil recovery technologies for tight and shale reservoirs. Fuel. 2017
  • Wang, S., Zhang, J., Yang, Z., Yin. C., Wang, Y., Zhang, R., Winterfeld, P.H., Wu, Y.S., 2017. Fully Coupled Thermal-hydraulic-mechanical Reservoir Simulation with Non-isothermal Multiphase Compositional Modeling. SPE Reservoir Simulation Conference.
  • Wang, S., Winterfeld, P.H. Wu, Y.S., 2015. An Efficient Adaptive Nonlinearity Elimination Preconditioned Inexact Newton Method for Parallel Simulation of Thermal-Hydraulic-Mechanical Processes in Fractured Reservoirs. SPE Reservoir Simulation Symposium.
  • Wang, S., Wu, Y.S., Winterfeld, P.H., Zerpa, L.E., 2015. A Numerical Study of the Thermal-Mechanical Behaviors of Fractured Geothermal Reservoirs. Stanford Geothermal Workshop.
  • Wu, L., Wang, S., Luo, G., 2015. Stress of Salt Diapir Reactivation in an Oblique Extensional System: A 3D Geomechanical Modeling Approach. Proceeding of AAPG Annual Meeting.