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Siroos Azizmohammadi
Siroos Azizmohammadi
Senior Lecturer, Montanuniversität Leoben
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Underground hydrogen storage: application of geochemical modelling in a case study in the Molasse Basin, Upper Austria
N Hassannayebi, S Azizmohammadi, M De Lucia, H Ott
Environmental Earth Sciences 78, 1-14, 2019
862019
Is the permeability of naturally fractured rocks scale dependent?
S Azizmohammadi, SK Matthäi
Water Resources Research 53 (9), 8041-8063, 2017
562017
Simulation-based determination of relative permeability in laminated rocks
MH Sedaghat, K Gerke, S Azizmohammadi, SK Matthai
Energy Procedia 97, 433-439, 2016
222016
Numerical investigation of fracture-rock matrix ensemble saturation functions and their dependence on wettability
MH Sedaghat, S Azizmohammadi, SK Matthäi
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 159, 869-888, 2017
202017
Large-scale underground hydrogen storage: Integrated modeling of reservoir-wellbore system
M Abdellatif, M Hashemi, S Azizmohammadi
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 48 (50), 19160-19171, 2023
172023
The impact of stress orientation and fracture roughness on the scale dependency of permeability in naturally fractured rocks
S Azizmohammadi, M Sedaghat
Advances in Water Resources 141, 103579, 2020
132020
A comparative study of stress influence on fracture apertures in fragmented rocks
H Agheshlui, MH Sedaghat, S Azizmohammadi
Journal of Rock Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering 11 (1), 38-45, 2019
112019
Optimization of core retrieval using a Thermo-Poro-Elastic (TPE) approach
R Ashena, G Thonhauser, W Vortisch, V Rasouli, S Azizmohammadi
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 167, 577-607, 2018
102018
Representative-elementary-volume analysis of two-phase flow in layered rocks
MH Sedaghat, S Azizmohammadi
SPE Reservoir Evaluation & Engineering 22 (03), 1075-1083, 2019
92019
Dynamic wettability alteration in naturally fractured rocks
MH Sedaghat, S Azizmohammadi
Computational Geosciences 24 (2), 581-591, 2020
62020
Tensor analysis of the relative permeability in naturally fractured reservoirs
MH Sedaghat, S Azizmohammadi, SK Matthäi
SPE Journal 25 (01), 162-184, 2020
62020
Tensorial fracture-matrix ensemble relative permeabilities in naturally fractured reservoirs: evidence from discrete fracture and matrix simulations
MS Sedaghat, SM Matthai, SA Azizmohammadi
Third EAGE workshop on naturally fractured reservoirs 2018 (1), 1-5, 2018
62018
Scale dependence of equivalent permeability tensor in naturally fractured reservoirs
S Azizmohammadi, JD Paul
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 14, 9018, 2012
52012
Simultaneous interpretation of SCAL data with different degrees of freedom and uncertainty analysis
O Amrollahinasab, S Azizmohammadi, H Ott
Computers and geotechnics 153, 105074, 2023
42023
Influence of fracture types on oil production in naturally fractured reservoirs
M Pejic, R Kharrat, A Kadkhodaie, S Azizmohammadi, H Ott
Energies 15 (19), 7321, 2022
42022
How fracture capillary pressure affects ensemble relative permeability of naturally fractured reservoirs
M Sedaghat, S Azizmohammadi, SK Matthai
ECMOR XV-15th European Conference on the Mathematics of Oil Recovery, cp-494 …, 2016
42016
Isothermal Axial Laminar Flow of Non-Newtonian Fluids in Concentric Annuli (Power-Law and Sisko Fluids)
A Bahrami, S Azizmohammadi, MRG Narenji, V Taghikhani
Iranian Polymer Journal 5 (4), 1996
41996
Isothermal Axial Laminar Flow of Non-Newtonian Fluids in Concentric Annuli (PowerLaw and Sisko Fluids)
A Bahrami, S Azizmohammadi, MRG Narenji, V Taghikhani
Iranian Polymer Journal 5 (4), 271-278, 1996
41996
Does the symmetry of absolute permeability influence relative permeability tensors in naturally fractured rocks?
M Sedaghat, S Azizmohammadi, SK Matthäi
Journal of Petroleum Exploration and Production Technology 10, 455-466, 2020
32020
Numerical Interpretation of SCAL experiments using MRST
H Ott, OA Mahdiabad, S Azizmohammadi, P Arnold
MRST Symposium 2021, 2021
12021
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