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Cuong T. 

Researcher working on fluid dynamics and numerical modeling. I am familiar with the following problems: - Numerical methods, PDEs and some other kinds of general maths & physics (calculus, algebra, geometry, engineering physics...) - General CFD, Matlab, Mathematica, Fortran,... - Professional in data analysis, data processing and visualization. - Professional in Excel, Word, Powerpoint, VBA and many other general software - Professional in scientific research, literature review and web research. + IF I CANNOT DO, I DON'T BID + GOOD COMMUNICATION PROMISED
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Mathematics and Numerical modelling specialist

Oct 2006

I am familiar with scientific researches; have the good skills in mathematics, mathematical/physical calculations, numerical simulation, Petroleum reservoir simulation and GIS



2008 - 2010 (2 years)


MEXT scholarship - Researchers exchange program on geological modelling (2008)

Rock mass fractured analysis and geological modeling of fractured granite at Mizunami underground research laboratory - Japan

Multiphase flow for petrochemical plants - training (2010)

Diagnosis of multiphase flow for petrochemical plants and waste water treatment systems - training course - Korea

CFD and particle tracking technique - training (2011)

CFD and application of particle tracking techniques - training course - India


Simulation of fluid flow in fractured basement reservoir by streamtube method

Abstract. With the aim of extracting more reservoir information from tracer test, numerous analytical models have been developed since 1960's decade. However its applications are only suitable for sedimentary or layering reservoirs and hard to apply for Fractured Basement Reservoirs (FBRs) due to difference in flow geometry and heterogeneity structures. This paper has developed a semi-analytical model by streamtube method of Abbaszadeh-Brigham for characterizing of tracer flow in the "dipole flo

Study of an algorithm for simulating and matching of tracer breakthrough in the dipole flow geometry by using streamtube method

Abstract Reservoir is always heterogeneous. Those heterogeneities may affect the tracer profile at different levels and can be extracted by analyzing of tracer breakthrough with an appropriate technique. This study has introduced an algorithm for analyzing of tracer breakthrough in the dipole flow geometry of fracture basement reservoirs in attempt to estimate the porous characteristics of fractured zones which contribute to the overall tracer profile. Firstly, tracer flow in the dipole model is simulated