tri-xxx Posted March 3, 2014 Share Posted March 3, 2014 Hello everyone, I am a senior majored in Materials Chemistry, and will go to chemical engineering master program in United States. Up till now, I got the admission from UC Berkeley and Upenn. Since my undergraduate major is not chemical engineering, although I have taken several relative courses, such as Fluid Mechanics, Methods of Mathematical Physics. Currently, my research is about oil & gas area and I used to study some courses about petroleum engineering, including petrophysics and reservoir numerical simulation. Therefore I hope to know, in order to be a process engineer in oil & gas field after graduation, what should I do, especially during the following months. I hope someone with knowledge about this area could recommend some widely used simulation software or some classical books. Also I appreciate other precious suggestions. Thank you very much! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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