Mao Sheng

College of Petroleum Engineering


Associate Professor

Oil and Gas Well Drilling Engineering

Research Areas

  • Oil and Gas Well Fluid Mechanics and Engineering


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   Research Group Introduction

  • Our team focuses on Hydraulic Fracturing;Unconventional Shale Oil and Gas Well Drilling and Completion; High Pressure Waterjet Fracturing and Petroleum related Rock Mechanics


  1. Sheng M, Li G, Sutula D, et al. XFEM modeling of multistage hydraulic fracturing in anisotropic shale formations[J]. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 2018,162: 801-812.

  2. Tian, S., Sheng, M., Li, Z., Ge, H., & Li, G. (2017). Acoustic Emission Characteristics of Sedimentary Rocks Under High-Velocity Waterjet Impingement. Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering, 50: 2758-2794.

  3. Sheng, M., Tian, S., Cheng, Z., & Ge, H. (2019). Insights into the influence of fluid imbibition on dynamic mechanics of tight shale. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 173, 1031-1036. 

  4. Mao Sheng, Tian, S., Zhang, B., & Ge, H. Frequency analysis of multi-sources acoustic emission from high-velocity waterjet rock drilling and its indicator to drilling efficiency. International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences, 2019, 115, 137-144. 

  5. Mao Sheng, Zhipeng Xu, Pu Li, Shouceng Tian. (2019) “Slow-slip evolution of injection-induced shearing on granite fracture.” 53rd US Rock Mechanics / Geomechanics Symposium, NewYork, United States, 23-26 June.


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