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Associate Professor
Dmitry Shogin { "honorific-suffix": "Associate Professor", "fn": "Dmitry Shogin", "tel": "Telephone: +47 51831668", "email": "dmitry.shogin@uis.no" }

Faculty Faculty of Science and Technology
Department Department of Energy Resources
Room KE E-521

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Scientific publications (from Cristin)

  • Lozhkina, Anastasiia; Shogin, Dmitry (veileder) (2018). Understanding steady shear flow viscometric functions of IOR polymers. Universitetet i Stavanger.
  • Lutskina, Marina; Shogin, Dmitry (veileder) (2018). Describing viscosity of IOR polymer solutions with differential non-Newtonian fluid models. Universitetet i Stavanger.
  • Stanislavskiy, Vladislav; Shogin, Dmitry (veileder) (2018). Investigating the impact of solvent salinity on the viscometric functions of IOR polymers. Universitetet i Stavanger.
  • Hetland, Bjarte; Shogin, Dmitry; Jettestuen, Espen; Aursjø, Olav; Hiorth, Aksel (2019). Micro scale simulation of polymer fluids. 2019-03-19 - 2019-03-20.
  • Ringen, Irene; Shogin, Dmitry (2018). What do we know - from experiments and theory - about the impact of salinity on polymer rheology?. The National IOR Centre of Norway; 2018-11-26.
  • Shogin, Dmitry (2018). A closer look at apparent viscosity and apparent shear rate. The National IOR Centre of Norway; 2018-11-19.
  • Shogin, Dmitry (2018). Experimental description of polymeric liquids: The material functions. The National IOR Centre of Norway; 2018-11-05.
  • Shogin, Dmitry (2018). Flow phenomena in polymeric liquids. The National IOR Centre of Norway; 2018-10-31.
  • Shogin, Dmitry (2018). Fundamental research on polymers at the National IOR Centre of Norway. The National IOR Centre of Norway; 2018-10-26.
  • Shogin, Dmitry (2018). Models of polymeric liquids: Hierarchy, underlying principles and limits of applicability. The National IOR Centre of Norway; 2018-11-12.
  • Shogin, Dmitry (2018). The dumbbell models of diluted polymer solutions, Part 1. Kinetic theory and Kramers' formalism. The National IOR Centre of Norway; 2018-11-28.
  • Shogin, Dmitry (2018). Understanding non-Newtonian fluid flows: the synergy between advanced physical theories, experiments, and numerical modelling. The National IOR Centre of Norway; 2018-10-18.
  • Shogin, Dmitry (2018). Understanding the stress tensor of a general fluid.. The National IOR Centre of Norway; 2018-10-30.
  • Shogin, Dmitry; Lozhkina, Anastasiia; Lutskina, Marina (2018). Describing IOR polymer solutions with differential tensor non-Newtonian fluid models. Det Nasjonale IOR-Senteret / UiS; 2018-04-26.
  • Shogin, Dmitry; Lozhkina, Anastasiia; Lutskina, Marina (2018). Describing IOR polymer solutions with differential tensor non-Newtonian fluid models. Det Nasjonale IOR-Senteret / UiS; 2018-04-23 - 2018-04-25.
  • Shogin, Dmitry (2017). The FENE-P model of polymeric liquids: Analytical solutions for Poiseuille flow and flow in a capillary bundle. 2017-03-10.
  • Shogin, Dmitry; Amundsen, Per Amund; Hiorth, Aksel; Madland, Merete Vadla (2017). Modelling the rheology of two-phase polymer flow. 2017-04-24 - 2017-04-27.
  • Shogin, Dmitry; Amundsen, Per Amund; Hiorth, Aksel; Madland, Merete Vadla (2017). Rheology of polymeric flows in circular pipes, slits and capillary bundles: analytical solutions from kinetic theory. EAGE; 2017-04-24 - 2017-04-27.
  • Shogin, Dmitry (2016). Explaining and modelling the rheology of polymeric fluids with the kinetic theory. The National IOR Centre of Norway; 2016-05-10.
  • Shogin, Dmitry (2016). Explaining and modelling the rheology of polymeric fluids with the kinetic theory. The National IOR Centre of Norway; 2016-04-25.
  • Shogin, Dmitry (2016). The kinetic theory approach to the rheology of polymer solutions. The National IOR Centre of Norway; 2016-03-18.
  • Vinningland, Jan Ludvig; Jettestuen, Espen; Hiorth, Aksel; Madland, Merete Vadla; Aursjø, Olav; Skartlien, Roar; Palmer, Teresa Lynne; Shogin, Dmitry (2016). Pore scale simulation and non-Newtonian flow. ENI; 2016-10-04.