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2020年海外专家系列学术讲座(二)Zhenyu Yang: Smart Automation and Monitoring for Produced Water Treatment in Offshore Oil & Gas Production

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讲座题目(Title of Lecture):Smart Automation and Monitoring for Produced Water Treatment in Offshore Oil & Gas Production

讲座时间(Time of Lecture):Beijing time: kl.15:30-16:30, Tuesday 14 Dec 2020

讲座地点(Site of Lecture):腾讯会议 或 Zoom ID:Join Zoom Meeting  https://aaudk.zoom.us/j/66415218794 Meeting ID: 664 1521 8794 Passcode: 625803

主讲人(Lecturer):Professor Zhenyu Yang,Aalborg University, Denmark

报告人简介(Introduction of Lecturer):

He received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in control theory from Shandong University (SDU), China, in 1991 and 1994, received his Ph.D. degree in control engineering from BUAA in 1998. He had been post-doctor at TUDelft during 1998-1999, post-doctor and Assistant Professor at Aalborg University (AAU) during 1999-2003. Since 2003 he has been an Associate Professor at AAU, Denmark. His research areas include control theory, modelling and identification, fault detection and diagnosis, fault tolerant control, hybrid dynamical systems, AI & machine learning, as well as their industrial applications. Recent years he has been extensively committing research on advanced automation and monitoring on the produced/injection water treatment for offshore oil & gas production. He has authored/co-authored over 155 peer-reviewed journal/conference publications. He has been leader/PI for a number of international/national research projects and raised up about 40 million DKK project funding in the past 10 years. Currently he is the leader of Offshore Energy Systems Research Program at AAU and has been secretary of IEEE joint Danish Chapter of CS023 and RA024 since 2012.

讲座内容(Content of Lecture):

he Produced Water (PW) is the largest produced fluid stream at most of the current offshore oil & gas production in North-sea. It is not uncommon that the water cut can reach 90% in many matured production fields. No matter whether the PW is eventually discharged to the ocean or reused for injection purpose in the field, the hydrocarbon content in the produced water needs to be strictly limited either due to the hazardous environmental impact or EOR sweeping effectiveness.From the process control and monitoring points of view, this talk will address some crucial challenges and also forefront control and monitoring solutions, developed by AAU Separation Research Group in recent decade, for offshore PW treatment processes using plant-wide smart automation and monitoring technologies.


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