Kamelia Atefi Monfared

PhD, PEng

Kamelia Atefi Monfared.

Kamelia Atefi Monfared

PhD, PEng

Kamelia Atefi Monfared

PhD, PEng

Research Topics

Computational geomechanics; Fundamental understanding of coupled processes (fluid-mechanical-thermal-biological-dynamics) aimed at: Prediction of geo-environmental impacts of production/injection operations; Enhancement of hydrocarbon, geothermal and aquifer storage recovery operations; Energy storage in geomaterials; and Tunneling in extreme geological settings

Contact Information

220 Ketter Hall

Buffalo NY, 14260

Phone: (716) 645-3455

kameliam@buffalo.edu

Biography Publications Teaching Research Honors and Awards

Recent Publications

  • Zhai X., and Atefi-Monfared K. (2020). Explanation of early failure in porous media confined with flexible layers, considering thermo-osmosis, thermal-filtration and heat sink from fluid dilation. Computers and Geotechnics122, 103501
  • Zhai X., and Atefi-Monfared K. (2020). Thermo-poroelasticity under constant fluid flux and localized heat source. International Journal of Heat & Mass Transfer, 150, 119278
  • Zhai X., and Atefi-Monfared K. (2020). Non-isothermal injection-induced geomechanics in a porous layer confined with flexible sealing rocks. International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences, 126, 104173.
  • Atefi-Monfared K., and Rybicki J. (2018). Production versus injection induced poroelasticity surrounding wells. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 162: 102-113
  • Atefi-Monfared K., and Rothenburg L. (2017). Poroelasticity during fluid injection in confined   geological reservoirs: incorporating effects of seal-rock stiffness. SPE Journal, 22(1): 184 – 197
  • Atefi-Monfared K., and Rothenburg L. (2016). Poro-elasto-plastic response of an unconsolidated formation confined with stiff seal rocks under radial injection. International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics, 40(13): 1799 – 1826
  • Atefi-Monfared K., and Rothenburg L. (2016). Poroelastic stress modifications surrounding a fully-penetrating injection well.Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 135: 660 – 670