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Lecture-1(intro to 310)

Lecture-1(intro to 310) - Engineering Problem Solving...

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Lecture Objectives Engineering in the 21 st Century An Engineering Problem-Solving Methodology Weather Data
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Petroleum Engineering in the 21 st Century Key Paradigm Solve real-world petroleum engineering problems using scientific principles from mathematics, physics, chemistry and computer science. keywords: real-world, interdisciplinary Enhanced oil-recovery is an important engineering pursuit. Engineering an EOR project requires: Applying the knowledge of physics to predict movement of fluids in the reservoir Investigating the nature of chemical interactions between the oil and displacing fluid such as CO2 – Formulating a mathematical model that reflects the nature of physical and chemical interactions – Solving the mathematical model using modern computers and complex computer codes written in modern programming languages such as JAVA, C++
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Engineering in the 21st Century Celebrated as a work of art and an object of French national pride, the Millau bridge will enable motorists to take a drive through the sky – 891 feet above the Tarn valley for a 1.6-mile stretch through France’s Massif Central mountains. Designed by British architect Norman Foster, the steel-and-concrete bridge
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