Paper: Well integrity of Fiberglass Casings in Geothermal Well Designs

Two of the key challenges currently encountered in operating geothermal wells using conventional steel casings are corrosion and scaling. These problems significantly reduce the lifespan of the steel casing systems, causing wellbore integrity issues, which could lead to major environmental contamination. Moreover, the corrosion leads to surface degradation of the casing, causing excessive pressure losses. […]

Dynaflow joins EngineeringTrainerTV: Fiberglass and Steel Piping

On February 9th, Edwin Schimmel, project engineer at Dynaflow Research Group will join a session of EngineeringTrainerTV: “Fiberglass and Steel Piping: Differences in Engineering”. Together with Luuk Hennen of EngineeringTrainer.com, Edwin will discuss the differences in engineering between fiberglass and steel piping. Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP) piping, also called Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) piping, is […]

Corrosion Resistant Alternative for Geothermal Well Casings

Geothermal wells – European sponsored GRE-GEO project: Development of a corrosion-free fiberglass composite well casing as an alternative for a steel casing. As part of the European-sponsored GRE-GEO project, Dynaflow Research Group is actively involved in the development of a corrosion-free Glass Reinforced Epoxy (GRE) casing system for geothermal wells as an alternative for carbon […]

Fiberglass piping design and installation for a petrochemical plant

DRG provides a complete set of engineering and consultancy services for Fiberglass piping (FRP) networks. This includes detailed engineering studies, product development, factory audits, site supervision, FEED support, third-party review for EPC projects and root-cause investigation of failures. DRG recently completed a third-party review project for the construction of a large petrochemical plant in Oman. […]

DRG training courses 2021

Our 2021 Training Course Schedule is online. We offer a wide range of training courses worldwide, for example in software programming, fiberglass engineering, fluid flow, piping and pressure vessel design. We also offer training courses about design codes such as EN and ASME codes which are frequently used for piping system design. Last year we […]

Start of New Research Project GRE GEO

GEOTHERMICA launches Project “Glass Fiber Reinforced Epoxy Casing System for Geothermal Application (GRE GEO)” Some of the main challenges in geothermal are corrosion and scaling. A multinational consortium of geothermal experts has launched a GEOTHERMICA project to develop a new glass fiber reinforced epoxy casing system for geothermal application, short GRE GEO. The casing system […]

European Geothermica project awarded

Press Release Dynaflow Research Group is happy to announce that the European Geothermica project proposal “Glass Fiber Reinforced Epoxy Casing Systems for Geothermal Application” (GRE-GEO) has been awarded and will commence the third quarter of 2020. Our partners in this project are experienced companies and market leaders in their respective fields. The project objective is […]

NEW engineering courses online Q3-2020

Starting September 1st Dynaflow Research Group will launch a new set of various engineering training courses. We have learned that engineers from all around the globe have continued to increase their knowledge level, mostly from home, while dealing with unprecedented circumstances. Introduction courses which have been done in April get a continuation course and previous […]

Dynaflow Online Training Courses – temporary 50% discount

We at Dynaflow Research Group are pleased to offer you a 50% discount to all our online courses in order to support you during these challenging times. This offer will be available for the next 3 months, until the end of July. We believe it is important to allow Engineers around the world to continue […]

Safety Factors Fiberglass Engineering

Safety Factors in Fiberglass Engineeringby Mick Bouman (Fiberglass Engineering) For a pipe system or an individual component an engineer must always verify whether the strength or stability is sufficient for its intended purpose. This verification process requires that the calculated stresses are below the failure stress. Since engineering and manufacturing are not perfect, engineers do […]