Cheng Chen
Cheng Chen
Associate Professor, Virginia Tech
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Effect of reservoir heterogeneity on primary recovery and CO2 huff'n'puff recovery in shale-oil reservoirs
C Chen, MT Balhoff, KK Mohanty
SPE Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering 17 (03), 404-413, 2014
1292014
Nanometer‐scale characterization of microscopic pores in shale kerogen by image analysis and pore‐scale modeling
C Chen, D Hu, D Westacott, D Loveless
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 14 (10), 4066-4075, 2013
1002013
Pore‐scale analysis of permeability reduction resulting from colloid deposition
C Chen, AI Packman, JF Gaillard
Geophysical Research Letters 35 (7), 2008
922008
Efficient Bayesian experimental design for contaminant source identification
J Zhang, L Zeng, C Chen, D Chen, L Wu
Water Resources Research 51 (1), 576-598, 2015
742015
Temporal evolution of pore geometry, fluid flow, and solute transport resulting from colloid deposition
C Chen, BLT Lau, JF Gaillard, AI Packman
Water resources research 45 (6), 2009
742009
A novel planar flow cell for studies of biofilm heterogeneity and flow–biofilm interactions
W Zhang, TS Sileika, C Chen, Y Liu, J Lee, AI Packman
Biotechnology and bioengineering 108 (11), 2571-2582, 2011
592011
Imaging of colloidal deposits in granular porous media by X‐ray difference micro‐tomography
JF Gaillard, C Chen, SH Stonedahl, BLT Lau, DT Keane, AI Packman
Geophysical Research Letters 34 (18), 2007
582007
Effect of Reservoir Heterogeneity on Improved Shale Oil Recovery by CO Huff-n-Puff
KK Mohanty, C Chen, MT Balhoff
SPE Unconventional Resources Conference-USA, 2013
562013
Pore‐scale simulation of density‐driven convection in fractured porous media during geological CO2 sequestration
C Chen, D Zhang
Water Resources Research 46 (11), 2010
542010
A multi‐scale investigation of interfacial transport, pore fluid flow, and fine particle deposition in a sediment bed
C Chen, AI Packman, D Zhang, JF Gaillard
Water Resources Research 46 (11), 2010
432010
Development of layered sediment structure and its effects on pore water transport and hyporheic exchange
AI Packman, A Marion, M Zaramella, C Chen, JF Gaillard, DT Keane
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution: Focus 6 (5), 433-442, 2006
432006
Multiscale imaging, modeling, and principal component analysis of gas transport in shale reservoirs
C Chen
Fuel 182, 761-770, 2016
362016
Continuum-scale convective mixing in geological CO 2 sequestration in anisotropic and heterogeneous saline aquifers
C Chen, L Zeng, L Shi
Advances in Water Resources 53, 175-187, 2013
362013
Investigation of cyclic CO 2 huff-and-puff recovery in shale oil reservoirs using reservoir simulation and sensitivity analysis
C Chen, M Gu
Fuel 188, 102-111, 2017
312017
Using X‐ray micro‐tomography and pore‐scale modeling to quantify sediment mixing and fluid flow in a developing streambed
C Chen, AI Packman, JF Gaillard
Geophysical Research Letters 36 (8), 2009
292009
Interaction between proppant compaction and single-/multiphase flows in a hydraulic fracture
M Fan, J McClure, Y Han, Z Li, C Chen
SPE Journal 23 (04), 1,290-1,303, 2018
262018
Temporal Evolution of the Geometrical and Transport Properties of a Fracture/Proppant System Under Increasing Effective Stress
C Chen, V Martysevich, P O'Connell, D Hu, L Matzar
SPE Journal 20 (03), 527-535, 2015
252015
Hydraulic fracture conductivity as a function of proppant concentration under various effective stresses: from partial monolayer to multilayer proppants
M Fan, Y Han, J McClure, C Chen
SPE/AAPG/SEG Unconventional Resources Technology Conference, 2017
232017
Optimization of Lattice Boltzmann Simulation With Graphics-Processing-Unit Parallel Computing and the Application in Reservoir Characterization
C Chen, Z Wang, D Majeti, N Vrvilo, T Warburton, V Sarkar, G Li
SPE Journal 21 (04), 1,425-1,435, 2016
232016
Lattice Boltzmann simulation of the rise and dissolution of two-dimensional immiscible droplets
C Chen, D Zhang
Physics of fluids 21 (10), 103301, 2009
232009
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