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  • McElroy, P. D., Emadi, H., & Unruh, D. (2020). Permeability and Elastic Properties Assessment of Alumina Nanofiber (ANF) Cementitious Composites Under Simulated Wellbore Cyclic Pressure. Construction and Building Materials, 239, 117867.

    Ramezanian, M., & Emadi, H. (2020). Investigating Effects of Temperature and Confining Pressure on Dynamic Elastic Properties and Permeability—An Experimental Study. Geomechanics for Energy and the Environment, 100179.

    Ramezanian, M., Emadi, H., & Wang, H. (2020). Gravel-Packing Experiments with Oil-Swelling Rubber Particles. SPE Drilling & Completion.

    Anya, A., Emadi, H., & Watson, M. (2019). An Empirical Model for Calculating Uniaxial Compressive Strength of Oil Well Cements from Ultrasonic Pulse Transit Time Measurements. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 183, 106387.

    Elwegaa, K., & Emadi, H. (2019). Improving Oil Recovery from Shale Oil Reservoirs Using Cyclic Cold Nitrogen Injection–An Experimental Study. Fuel, 254, 115716

    Elwegaa, K., Emadi, H., & Ramezanian, M. (2019, August). Investigating Effects of Thermal Shock Technique on Unconventional Reservoir Rock Mechanical Properties. In 53rd US Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium. American Rock Mechanics Association.

    Elwegaa, K., Emadi, H., Soliman, M., Gamadi, T., & Elsharafi, M. (2019). Improving Oil Recovery from Shale Oil Reservoirs Using Cyclic Cold Carbon Dioxide Injection–An Experimental Study. Fuel, 254, 115586.

    McElroy, P., Emadi, H., Surowiec, K., & Casadonte, D. J. (2019). Mechanical, Rheological, and Stability Performance of Simulated In-Situ Cured Oil Well Cement Slurries Reinforced with Alumina Nanofibers. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 183, 106415.

    Kabir, E., Emadi, H., Elldakli, F., & Young, M. (2018). Investigating Effects of Ball Size on the Performance of Gas Lift Valve for Both Modified and Optimized Seats. Oil & Gas Sciences and Technology–Revue d’IFP Energies nouvelles, 73, 15.

    Pang, Y., Soliman, M. Y., Deng, H., & Emadi, H. (2017). Analysis of effective porosity and effective permeability in shale-gas reservoirs with consideration of gas adsorption and stress effects. Spe Journal, 22(06), 1-739.

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T.E.A.M.

  • Time The time importance and its impact on project schedules is fully appreciated by the RBM team. It is our strong believe that time-efficiency can be achieved by effective communication among the project stakeholders engaged in the design, analysis, optimization, construction, and testing. Therefore, we are committed to share our experiences to prevent project delays.
  • Applicability With active presence at industry-leading conferences, strong collaboration with technical committees, and partnership with universities, RBM identity the latest advancements and their applicability within our industry practice.
  • Expertise RBM is committed to provide superior expert consulting by workinbg with and partnering with, when necessary. Industry professionals and other disciplines to create a collaborative practice that widens the range of expertise available for our clients.
  • Management RBM team provides strong management to bond Time, Expertise, and Applicability. We strongly follow a collaborative and delegating management model. Our managers prefer to observe and assist rather than control and dictate. We believe everyone on our team can contribute to our success.

The result of the T.E.A.M. concept has proven valid and efficient outcomes throughout each project (written reports, technical memorandums, personal communications) so that RBM team can best support all clients' requests.

ADSC The International Association of Foundation Drilling
American Society of Civil Engineers
Deep Foundations Institute
Transportation Research Board of the National Academies