Yuedong Yao

College of Petroleum Engineering

Ph.D

Professor

Oil and Gas Field Development Engineering

yaoyuedong@163.com

Research Areas

    Theory and Application of Oil and Gas Flow Through Porous Media

    Oil and Gas Field Development Theory and System Engineering

    Theory and Technology of Unconventional Oil and Gas Production

    

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   Research Group Introduction

  • Since 2000,  Dr. Yuedong Yao has been engaged in teaching and scientific research in oil and gas field development.

  • He has lectured  "Reservoir Engineering", "Petrophysics and Reservoir Engineering", "Gas Reservoir Engineering", "Oil and Gas Field Development" and "Modern Well Testing Analysis" "And other courses, of which his " Reservoir Engineering "course was awarded Beijing's excellent course.

  • He has published text books that  won the first prize of the 6th and 7th Excellent Teaching Achievements of China University of Petroleum (Beijing).

  • He was awarded Excellent instructor of engineering design competition and "Excellent Master's Degree Thesis Instructor" of China University of Petroleum (Beijing), and also awarded the "Excellent Teacher" of China University of Petroleum (Beijing) in 2016-2018.


   Publications

  1. A Fractal Model for Oil Transport in Tight Porous Media. Transport in Porous Media, v 121, n 3, p 725-739, 2018                                                                                                          

  2. Pressure transient analysis of multi-fractured horizontal wells in tight oil reservoirs with consideration of stress sensitivity. Arabian Journal of Geosciences, 11(11): 285, 2018

  3. Analytical model for production performance analysis of multi-fractured horizontal well in tight oil reservoirs [J]. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 158: 380-397, 2017

  4. Analytical method for performance evaluation of fractured horizontal wells in tight reservoirs[J]. Journal of Natural Gas Science & Engineering,33:419-426, 2016

  5. Seepage features of high-velocity non-Darcy flow in highly productive reservoirs. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, 27(3),1732-1738,2015


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