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Maggie Benge
Maggie Benge
Maggie Benge - Undergraduate/Graduate Research Assistant
Maggie Benge is studying methods to predict the response of the cement sheath and casing collapse behavior for petroleum wells.  The spatially and temporally varying properties and geometries can only be fully realized using large scale finite element modeling. She is also gaining experience in polymer processing and methods for enhancing the structural properties of fiber reinforced polymers. Her recent background in finite element modeling as well as her industrial experience at Baker Hughes will be further honed during her studies. 
Publications
  • Calculating Stress Distributions for Tie-Backs in Oil Field Wells.  M. Benge and D.A. Jack. ASME - Early Career Technical Conference, Tulsa Oklahoma, April 2013.
Educational Background and Awards
  • Bachelors of Science–Mechanical Eng, Baylor Univ.-Spring 2012 (Anticipated)
  • Masters of Science–Mechanical Eng, Baylor Univ.-Spring 2013 (Anticipated)
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