Roland Horne, Stanford University

Professor Standford, California Roland.Horne@stanford.edu Office: (650) 723-9595
(650) 725-9835

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Presently my research focuses on the matching of models to various classes of reservoir responses. These "inverse problems" seek the values of unknown reservoir parameters by inference rather than direct measurement. Typical problems are: tracer analysis of fractures, computer-aided well test ana...

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Bio/Research

Presently my research focuses on the matching of models to various classes of reservoir responses. These "inverse problems" seek the values of unknown reservoir parameters by inference rather than direct measurement. Typical problems are: tracer analysis of fractures, computer-aided well test analysis, production schedule optimization, and automated history matching/decline analysis. In addition to this general class of problem, I have specific interest in geothermal reservoir engineering, and the multiphase flow of boiling fluids through porous materials and fractures.

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