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Saman Aryana

Chemical Engineering

Engineering Rm. 3020

Dept. 3295

1000 E. University Ave

Laramie, WY 82070

Phone: 307.766.1992

Email: saryana@uwyo.edu

Saman Aryana

Scholarship

My research interests lie primarily in the multiscale nature and the fundamental physics of flow dynamics in the context of the subsurface. My aim is to incorporate the ever-changing nature of these systems in the simplest form possible without sacrificing adequate representation of all verifiable data. My work has included experimentation (tomography, microfluidics) and data analysis, and development of general mathematical frameworks motivated and verified by physical observations.

My specific interests broadly include: multiphase flow in permeable media, multiscale formulations of hierarchical permeable media, physics of flow instabilities, mathematical models and numerical methods, CO2 foam stabilization using nanoparticles, and utilization and geologic storage of CO2.

Graphics of Physics-based, predictive macroscale models of flow in permeable media

Physics-based, predictive macroscale models of flow in permeable media
(Adv Water Resour, 2019)
Graphic of High accuracy numerical simulation of nonequilibrium models of flow in permeable media (Adv Water Resour, 2018)
High accuracy numerical simulation of nonequilibrium
models of flow in permeable media (Adv Water Resour, 2018)
Graphic of Flow stability regime using a microfluidic platform (Energies, 2019)
Flow stability regime using a microfluidic platform (Energies, 2019)
Graphic of Nanoparticle-stabilized CO2 foam in permeable media (Fuel, 2016; Int J Greenh Gas Con, 2019)
Nanoparticle-stabilized CO2 foam in permeable media
(Fuel, 2016; Int J Greenh Gas Con, 2019)
microfluidics laboratory
Microfluidics Laboratory (JoVE, 2020)
transport
Normalized velocity maps versus Knudsen number (J Nat Gas Sci Eng, 2020)
front evolution
Saturation map of an unstable displacement and the evolution of the front
(Wat Resour Res, 2020)
transport mechanisms
Phase behavior and mass transfer under nanoconfinement
(Chem Eng J, 2021)
Contact Us

Saman Aryana

Chemical Engineering

Engineering Rm. 3020

Dept. 3295

1000 E. University Ave

Laramie, WY 82070

Phone: 307.766.1992

Email: saryana@uwyo.edu

1000 E. University Ave. Laramie, WY 82071
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