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Dr. Oluwafemi Oyedokun: Solid Mechanics

Congratulations, Dr. Oluwafemi Oyedokun , on winning the esteemed Best Researcher Award from Sciencefather!

Your dedication, innovative research, and scholarly contributions have truly made a significant impact in your field. Your commitment to advancing knowledge and pushing the boundaries of research is commendable. Here’s to your continued success in shaping the future of academia and making invaluable contributions to your field. Well done!

Dr. Oluwafemi Oyedokun , a distinguished academic and researcher in the field of renewable energy, holds a PhD in French Institute of Petroleum – Training, France. His academic journey has been marked by a profound dedication to advancing solar energy technologies, specifically in solar thermal harvesting and its integration into CAD and Mechanical Engineering applications.

Professional Profiles:


  • PhD , Petroleum Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX,
    USA , France, 2013 β€” 2017
  • MSC , Petroleum Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX,
    USA , France, 2011 β€” 2013
  • Bachelors of Engineering , Mechanical
    Engineering, First Class, University of Lagos, Yaba, Lagos, NG,2002 β€” 2007


  • Provided engineering solutions to NextEra Energy midstream facilities department. Reviewed over 350+ NextEra
    Energy standards for several engineering projects including pipeline construction, compressors & pumps, gas
    metering, instruments & controls, corrosion prevention & control, safety, etc., to ensure they comply with regulatory
    and international standards, such as API 610, 650, 653, ASME B31.3 and B31.4, API 1104, ANSI B31.3, and AWS,
    β€’ Designed application software for estimating compressor requirement, pipeline capacities (including technical &
    operational constraints), gas PVT properties, gas blending, blowdown time and spacing, and project cost estimates.


  • πŸ“šΒ The impact of her research is evident in citation metrics and indices from Google Scholar:
    • Citations – 58
    • h-index – 4.
    • i10-index- 2

Publications All Top Notes:

  • Oyedokun O., and Schubert J. 2022. Stability of highly inclined elliptical wellbores in isotropic formations.
    Geomechanics and Geophysics for Geo-energy and Geo-Resources. (submitted).
    ● Oyedokun O. 2023. Coupling a void growth model with an elastoplastic material model for simultaneous prediction
    of a borehole plastic zone and critical collapse pressure. Geoenergy Science and Engineering. (accepted)
    ● Oyedokun O., and Schubert J. 2023. A thermodynamically consistent erosion constitutive relation for
    hydromechanical modeling of sand production. International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences (in
  • Oyedokun O., and Schubert J. 2023. A thermodynamically consistent phase-field modeling of the self-killing of a
    well blowout. SPEJ (in preparation).
    ● Oyedokun O and Schubert J. 2017. A quick and energy consistent analytical method for predicting hydraulic fracture
    propagation through layered media and naturally fractured formations: the use of an effective fracture toughness.
    Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering.
    ● Oyedokun, O., & Schubert, J. 2016. Theoretical development on morphology of wellbore toroidal breakout.
    American Rock Mechanics Association.
    ● Oyedokun, O., & Schubert, J. 2014. Extending the reach of coiled tubing in directional wells with downhole motors.
    Society of Petroleum Engineers. doi:10.2118/168240-MS
    ● Oyedokun, O., Samuel, R., & Schubert, J. 2016. Uphole motor technology. Society of Petroleum Engineers.
    ● SA Oke, O Damisa, O.I Oyedokun, OG Akanbi. 2008. A mathematical modelling of the intensity of contaminants
    (co2) on occupancy level of a space on continuous use. International Journal of Energy Technology and Policy.
    ● S. A. Oke, M. K. O. Ayomoh, I. O. Oyedokun. 2007. An approach to measuring the quality of maintenance
    performance, IMA Journal of Management Mathematics, Volume 18, Issue 1, Pages 17–32.


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