PDPU believes in preparing global leaders who would contribute to the national and global economy and society at large. International Exposure is a highly rewarding experience. The exposure is a life-changing experience for most students and has a profound effect on their views on the world and their own place within it. It takes students out of their comfort zone and continuously challenges them.
As individuals, students will develop independence and self reliance. The experiences and skills that they develop abroad help them mature, both personally and academically and will in turn improve their career prospects.
The main objectives of the International Exposure Programme are to prepare students for a dynamic international scenario.
- To provide exposure to the global technology in the area of advance research & development.
- To improve the communication skills, self-esteem, creativity, leadership ability of students which are key for successful engineers / scientists / business leaders.
- To provide understanding of international business.
International Exposure Program was conducted in collaboration with Mewbourne School of Petroleum & Geological Engineering, The University of Oklahoma from July 5, 2015 – July 27, 2015 for School of Petroleum Technology students.
Total 24 Students along with SPT faculty member had undergone through activities planned under IEP 2015. The International Exposure Program comprises of engineering seminars, hands-on experiments in engineering laboratories, visit of engineering project sites & research facility, cultural workshops, meeting with engineering faculties.
• Drilling Simulated Lab
• Pore Scale Characterization Laboratory
• Petroleum and Geological Engineering Undergraduate laboratory
• Research laboratory of Petro Physics
• Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy – FTIR
• Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) Technique
• Acoustic Emission Monitoring
• Rod climbing experiment
• Tubeless siphon/syringe experiment
• Proppant carrying capacity of different fracturing fluids
• Settling velocity
• Flow Generation by Flow Loop
|Workshops & Seminars
• Petrophysics session
• Integrated Core Characterization Centre (IC3)
• Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) In Porous Media
• Description on mechanical properties of materials like young’s modulus, bulk modulus, shear modulus, Poisson’s ratio, shear stress and strain
• Mercury injection technique for determining the capillary pressure
• The application of probabilistic methods to regionalized variables
• Lost Circulation Materials and its Laboratory Applications
• Unconventional resources and their phase behavior
• Introduction to American oil and gas industry
• Hydraulics of drilling
• Underbalanced drilling and managed pressure drilling
• Coiled tubing
• Hydro fracturing
• Measuring the Rheological Properties of Foam
Engineering Project Site Visit
• Baker Hughes Oil Tool Facility
• Baker Hughes INTEQ
• Well Control Technology Center
• Arbuckle Mountains
• Dougherty Asphalt Quarry in Viola Limestone
• Hunton Anticline and Woodford Shale
|Site Seeing Tours
• Fred Jones Art Gallery
• Sam Noble museum
• Penn Square Mall
• Down Town
• Oklahoma Memorial Museum
|10Students||Mr. Himanshu Chokshi|
|33Students||Prof. Vinay Babu|
|31Students||Dr. T. P. Singh|
|16Students||Dr. Bijay Behera|
|34Students||Dr. Jitendra Sanghwai|
|25Students||Dr. G.P. Karmakar|
|35Students||Dr. Ajit Shukla|