Ahmed R B, Amin J, Palit S K. (2016). Road Surface Drainage at Hat Bazaar of Rural Area: A Case Study. 3rd International Conference on Advances in Civil Engineering (ICACE-2016). Chittagong, Bangladesh. (ISBN: 978-984-34-1662-9).

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Abstract: The average annual rainfall in Bangladesh varies from 1429 to 4338 millimeters (BMD, 2014). During rainy season, this water causes serious water logging on roadways due to improper drainage system & local road dwellers behavior. Without proper drainage of water, it creates hazardous impact on daily activities of rural as well as urban area people.… View More

Swarna, S. T., Reddy, K. S., Reddy, M. A., & Pandey, B. B. (2016). Analysis of Bonded Concrete Pavements Using 3D FEM. TPMDC Conference, Conference Proceeding 151.

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Abstract: A concrete pavement may consist of two layers of a bonded concrete panel with the top layer being made up of premium quality aggregates while the lower layer concrete can have lower grade aggregates such as recycled concrete and marginal aggregates.… View More

Rahman M S, Miah M I, Ahmed S, Akter F, Hossain M E. (2016). Reservoir Fluid Properties with Memory – A Critical Review and Some Additions. International Conference on Petroleum Engineering (ICPE), Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET), Bangladesh.

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Abstract: The actual effect of continuous time function (i.e. memory) on fluid flow through porous media comes out when we predict oil flow. In order to make predictions, several Newtonian flow equations have been considered. In addition, some non-Newtonian flow models are also considered to represent any fluid properties.… View More

Ahmed T, Akter F. (2014). Reserve Estimation of the Producing Gas Sands of a Gas Condensate Reservoir in Bangladesh. Proceedings of 4th International Conference of Chemical Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET), Bangladesh. pp 42-47

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Abstract: Reserve estimation is the process by which the economically recoverable hydrocarbons in a field, area, or region are evaluated quantitatively. It is the pre-requisite for the development and planning of a gas field, simultaneously it plays a vital role for predicting future production performance and formulating depletion scenarios.… View More

Akter F. (2011). Modern Approach to Estimation of Gas Reserve with Dynamic Reservoir Simulation- A Case Study of Narshingdi Gas Field. Proceedings of the conference on Engineering Research, Innovation & Education (CERIE)-2011, Shahjalal University of Science & Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh, pp 139

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Abstract: Increasing demand of fuel globally formulates gas as one of the most valuable natural resources. There is lot of uncertainties in estimating hydrocarbon volume correctly from exploration to development stage of a gas field. The accuracy and reliability of data (reservoir geological model, fluid and rock properties) make the implement very hard-hitting.… View More

Rahman T, Akter F. (2014). Production Optimization of Well HBJ#06 of Habiganj Gas Field. Proceedings of 4thInternational Conference of Chemical Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET), Bangladesh. pp 53-57

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Abstract: For different gas reservoirs, production optimization is a key factor to increase the production rate and reduce the production cost [1]. Due to drilling work and continuous production, skin is being formed, which reduces permeability near wellbore. Unplanned well design, tubing diameter, low perforation ratio with pay zone cause problems at production time [2].… View More

Ahmed T, Akter F, Huque M M. (2014). A System Analysis Approach for Modeling the Deliverability of a Gas Condensate Well. Proceedings of 4thInternational Conference of Chemical Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET), Bangladesh, pp 37-41

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Abstract: This paper describes the modeling procedure for a vertical well to determine the deliverability of the production system. The deliverability or performance of a gas production system is represented by the production rate, which depends on the reservoir’s deliverability to produce fluids at the sand face and the well’s vertical lift performance (VLP).… View More

Aldousari M, Hashmi G M, Tamim N, Akter F, Hasan A R. (2016). Modeling Liquid Loading of Gas Wells and its Remediation. International Conference on Petroleum Engineering (ICPE), Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET), Bangladesh.

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Abstract: Liquid loading is often a problem for mature gas wells due to declining reservoir energy. It is the inability of a producing gas to remove its coproduced liquids from the wellbore. Due to declining reservoir energy, the liquid starts to accumulate in the the well leading to a change in the fluid flow regime from annular two-phase flow to churn (or slug) flow.… View More

Happy F A, Rahman A, Akter F, Hossain M E. (2016). Pressure Data Analysis Using Derivative Type Curve for Multilayered Gas Reservoir. International Conference on Petroleum Engineering (ICPE), Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET), Bangladesh.

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Abstract: Well testing is regarded as one of the tools for formation evaluation and also reservoir management. The data required for performing well test analysis is interpreted based on an assumption that the reservoir is homogeneous and isotropic. However, many reservoirs can be found that they are composed of several layers and are not homogeneous.… View More

Akter F, Huque M M, Rahman L. (2016). Bibiyana-Dhanua 137 km x 36 Gas Transmission Line: A Simulation Study and Economic Analysis. International Conference on Petroleum Engineering (ICPE). Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET), Bangladesh.

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Abstract: Most of the gas fields in Bangladesh are located in the eastern part of the country. The backbone of gas transmission network started from the Sylhet region to Ashuganj main hub and then to the capital city Dhaka, greater Chittagong region and some western regions like Bogra, Tangail, Rahshahi.… View More