GeoEngineering Solutions Laboratory
An Integrated Geomechanics - Geophysics Platform
Dr. Mohammed A.Q. Siddiqui (UNSW)
Dr Siddiqui research centers on theoretical development of multiphysics thermodynamics models. He is highly skilled in thermodynamics and continuum mechanics and their general applications in geomechanics.
Muhammad Asad Pirzada
Asad's research focuses on the effects of multiphysical forces on the frictional properties of fractures in sedimentary rocks. His work specifically includes the effect of mechanical shearing on reactive fluid flow in the fractures.
Muath's research focuses on THMC theoretical and experimental modelling of sorptive organic rich shales. He is skilled in petrophsyical measurements of organic rich shales and has extensive experience in experimental investigation of organic rich shales.
Mobarakeh's research focuses on characterization of rock and coal mechanical properties. She investigates the application of Data Science and Big Data analysis to extract relationship between rock mechanical properties and geophysical data.
Linan's research interest centers on gas adsorption and desorption induced mechanical properties changes in coal. His study includes theoretical, experimental and numerical development to evaluate the poromechanical response of coal saturated with a sorbing fluid phase.
Umar's research focus is on thermodynamic incorporation of creep mechanisms under sorptive conditions in organic rich shales. He works on experimental determination and validation of complex sorption-influenced viscoelastic thermodynamic response coefficients.
Atefeh research work involves developing advanced Finite Element numerical solvers to model stress variation in rock mass containing different scale fractures.
Vahid’s research centres on developing a physical driven constitutive model based on damage mechanics to capture the real behaviour of brittle rocks. To determine the damage evolution, a combined X-ray micro-CT imaging and Ultrasonic measurement is used.