• Assistant Professor
  • Douglas Von Gonten Faculty Fellow
Hadi Nasrabadi

Educational Background

  • Doctor of Philosophy, petroleum engineering, Imperial College - 2006
  • Bachelor of Science, civil engineering, Sharif University of Technology - 2002

Research Interests

    • Compositional modeling of multiphase/multicomponent fluid flow in porous media
    • Enhanced oil recovery and sequestration
    • Phase behavior of reservoir fluids
    • Modeling asphaltene precipitation in porous media
    • Shale gas and oil recovery

Selected Publications

  • Luo, S., Nasrabadi, H. and Lutkenhaus, J. L. 2016. Effect of Confinement on the Bubble Points of Hydrocarbons in Nanoporous Media. AIChE Journal (in press).
  • Nasrabadi, H., Moortgat, J., Firoozabadi, A. 2016. A New Three-Phase Multicomponent Compositional Model for Asphaltene Precipitation during CO2 Injection Using CPA-EOS. Energy & Fuels (in press).
  • Lyons, J., Nasrabadi, H., and Nasr-El-Din, H.A. 2016. A Novel Pore-Scale Thermal Fracture Acidizing Model with Heterogeneous Rock Properties. SPE Journal 21(1): 280-292.
  • Lyons, J., and Nasrabadi, H. 2013. Well Placement Optimization under Time-Dependent uncertainty using an Ensemble Kalman Filter and Genetic Algorithm Techniques. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 109: 70-79.
  • Sayed, M.A., Nasr-El-Din, H.A., and Nasrabadi H. 2013. Reaction of Emulsified Acids with Dolomite. Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology 52(3): 164-175.