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Stefan Miska, PhD

Stefan Miska, PhD
Jonathan B. Detwiler Professor of Petroleum Engineering
College of Engineering & Natural Sciences
Petroleum Engineering
918-631-5167 North Campus Room 207

Education

Other – University of Mining and Metallurgy MS – University of Mining and Metallurgy

Bio

Research Interests

Drilling Hydraulics
Drillstring, Tubing and Casing Mechanics
Drilling Optimization
Geomechanics

Teaching Interests

Drilling
Well Completions
Geomechanics

Publications

  • Volk, Michael, Miska, Stephen, Iwata, Masaru, Logan, Matt, Henshaw, John, and Birt, Franklin, “Small-Scale Technology for Pipeline Monitoring and Inspection.” Proceedings of the NACE 2012 Corrosion Conference, Salt Lake City.

  • Karimi Vajargah, A et al. “Feasibility Study of Applying Intelligent Drill Pipe in Early Detection of Gas Influx during Conventional Drilling.” SPE/IADC Drilling Conference. 2013. Print.

  • Chen, Yuanhang et al. “Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer Modeling in the Event of Lost Circulation and Its Application in Locating Loss Zones.” Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 148 (2017): 1–9. Print.

Courses Taught

  • Geomechanics
  • Research and Dissertation
  • Research and Thesis