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Assoc Prof Dr. Miao He | Petroleum Engineering | Best Researcher Award

Associate Professor, Doctoral Supervisor, Yangtze University, China

🏆 Assoc Prof Dr. Miao He, an esteemed figure in the field of Petroleum Engineering, has been honored with the prestigious Best Researcher Award for their outstanding contributions. Serving as an Associate Professor and Doctoral Supervisor at Yangtze University in China, Dr. He exemplifies excellence in academia and research. Their dedication to advancing knowledge and innovation in petroleum engineering has earned them recognition and respect within the academic community. Through their leadership and expertise, Dr. He continues to inspire future generations of researchers and engineers, shaping the landscape of petroleum engineering for years to come. 🛢️📚



Research Projects

🔬 He Miao is leading several significant research projects, including the Youth Fund of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, projects with CNPC, CNOOC, Sinopec, and various academic institutions. These projects cover areas such as deepwater drilling, wellbore stability, drilling fluid technology, and more.

Academic Papers

📚 He Miao has authored and co-authored over 40 academic papers published in reputable journals such as Thermal Science and Engineering Progress, Ocean Engineering, and Physics of Fluids. His research contributions encompass topics ranging from coupled modeling of wellbore temperature and stress fields to the development of advanced drilling fluid systems.

Patents and Software

💡 He Miao has contributed to several patented inventions and software developments related to drilling engineering and wellbore management. These innovations include interpretation methods, simulation software, and testing devices aimed at improving drilling efficiency and safety.

Academic and Social Part-time

He Miao actively participates in academic and social activities, serving as a member of the Wuhan Youth Federation and a reviewer for the National Natural Science Foundation. He is also a member of professional organizations such as the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) and contributes as a reviewer for various scientific journals. Additionally, he is involved in collaborative innovation efforts in the field of unconventional oil and gas.

Publications Top Notes

An updated numerical model of fracture fluid loss coupled with wellbore flow in managed pressure drilling
Year: 2023
Citation: Physics of Fluids, 35(5), 053110
Authors: Lin, D., He, M., Xu, M., Zhou, C., Chen, X.

Fully transient coupled prediction model of wellbore temperature and pressure for multi-phase flow during underbalanced drilling
Year: 2023
Citation: Geoenergy Science and Engineering, 223, 211540
Authors: Chen, X., He, M., Xu, M., Zhou, C.

Investigation of pressure wave propagation and attenuation characteristics in managed pressure drilling by fast switching throttle valve
Year: 2023
Citation: Physics of Fluids, 35(1), 014115
Authors: Zhou, C., He, M., Xu, M., Lin, D., Chen, X.

Enhanced stability of low oil-to-water ratio water-in-oil emulsions (oil-based drilling fluids): Synergistic effect of nano-SiO2 and emulsifiers
Year: 2022
Citation: Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 219, 111053
Authors: Pu, L., Xu, P., Xu, M., He, M., Wei, M.

Inversion-based model for quantitative interpretation by a dual-measurement points in managed pressure drilling
Year: 2022
Citation: Process Safety and Environmental Protection, 165, pp. 969–976
Authors: He, M., Chen, X., Xu, M., Chen, H.

Lost circulation materials for deep and ultra-deep wells: A review
Year: 2022
Citation: Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 214, 110404
Authors: Pu, L., Xu, P., Xu, M., Song, J., He, M.




Miao He | Petroleum Engineering | Best Researcher Award

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