Numerical modelling of hydraulic fracturing and analysis of casing collapse phenomenon
Rasoul Sheikhmali is working on his PhD in Civil Engineering with Prof. Priest at the University of Calgary.
He received a MSc in Mining Engineering (2016) at the University of Tehran, and a BSc (2012) in Mining Engineering at the Urmia University. Rasoul’s research interests are in the areas of numerical modelling of hydraulic fracturing and analysis of casing collapse phenomenon. After completing his MSc, Rasoul worked on an academic-industry collaborative geomechanical research project (i.e., casing collapse in the Iranian oilfields).
Rasoul is trilingual (English, Persian and Azerbaijani). He loves mountaineering, traveling and music.
Team: Hydraulic Fracturing - Freshwater
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