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Velisa Vesovic

Velisa is a Reader in Transport Phenomena in the Department of Earth Science and Engineering at Imperial College London. His research is in modelling transport phenomena and his expertise is in thermophysical properties, with special emphasis on reservoir fluids.

He is an author of over ninety scientific papers and reviews in refereed scientific literature, and the co-developer of a very successful theoretically-based scheme for the predictions of viscosity of dense fluid mixtures, namely the VW methodology.

His work as a consultant to the chemical and petroleum industry covers fluid characterisation, transport phenomena and accidental releases.

Velisa's current research focuses on:

  • Modelling spreading and vaporisation of liquefied natural gas following accidental spillage
  • CO2 enhanced oil recovery and storage
  • Prediction of the viscosity of reservoir fluids including heavy oil
  • Hydrate formation (the influence of thermodynamics and diffusion in CO2/CH4 replacement)
  • Influence of different transport phenomena on compositional segregation

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