1. B.F. Garcia, S. Saraji, “Linear Rheology of Nanoparticle-enhanced Viscoelastic Surfactants”, 2020, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 300, 112215,

  2. Kuang, S. Saraji, M. Piri, “Pore-Scale Sweep Efficiency Enhancement by Silica-Based Nanofluids in Oil-Wet Sandstone”, 2020, Energy & Fuels, In Press,                                                                                             

  3. B.F. Garcia, S. Saraji, “Mixed in-situ rheology of viscoelastic surfactant solutions using a hyperbolic geometry”, 2019, Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 270, 56-65,

  4. Y. Ying, Z.A. Soukup, S. Saraji, “An Experimental Study of In-situ Foam Rheology: Effect of Stabilizing and Destabilizing Agents”, 2019, Colloids and Surfaces A, 578, 123548,                                                                                                                                                      

  5. B.F. Garcia, S. Saraji, “A New Insight into the Dependence of Relaxation Time on Frequency in Viscoelastic Surfactant Solutions: From Experimental to Modeling Study”, 2018, Journal of Colloids and Interface Science, 517, 265-277,

  6. E. Barsotti, S. Saraji, S. Tan, M. Piri, “Capillary Condensation of Binary and Ternary Mixtures of n-Pentane-Isopentane-CO2 in a Nanoporous Medium: An Experimental Study on the Effects of Chemical Composition and Equilibrium”, 2018, Langmuir, 34 (5), 1967–1980,                                      DOI: 10.1021/acs.langmuir.7b04134.

  7. W. Kuang, S. Saraji, M. Piri, “A Systematic Experimental Investigation on the Effects of Aqueous Nanofluids on Interfacial Properties and Their Implications for Enhanced Oil Recovery”, 2018, Fuel, 220, 849-870,

  8. V. Mirchi, S. Saraji, M. Akbarabadi, L. Goual, M. Piri, “A Systematic Study on the Impact of Surfactant Chain Length on Dynamic Interfacial Properties: Implications on Oil Recovery”, 2017, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 56 (46), 13677-13695, DOI: 10.1021/acs.iecr.7b02623.

  9. M. Akbarabadi, S. Saraji, M. Piri, D. Georgi, M. Delshad, “Nano-scale Experimental Investigation of In-situ Wettability and Spontaneous Imbibition in Ultra-Tight Reservoir Rocks”, Advances in Water Resources, 2017, 107, 160–179,

  10. E. Barsotti, S. Tan, S. Saraji, M. Piri, J-H Chen, “A Review on Capillary Condensation in Nanoporous Media: Implications for Hydrocarbon Recovery from Tight Reservoirs”, Fuel, 2016, 184, 344-361,

  11. S. Saraji, M. Piri, “The Representative Sample Size in Shale Oil Rocks and Nano-Scale Characterization of Transport Properties”, International Journal Coal Geology, 2015, 146, 42-54,

  12. V. Mirchi, S. Saraji, L. Goual, M. Piri, “Dynamic Interfacial Tension and Wettability of Shale in the Presence of Surfactants at Reservoir Conditions”, Fuel, 2015, 148, 127-138,

  13. S. Saraji, M. Piri, L. Goual, “The Effects of SO2 Contamination, Brine Salinity, Pressure, and Temperature on Dynamic Contact Angles and Interfacial Tension of Supercritical CO2/Brine/Quartz Systems”, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 2014, 28, 147-155,

  14. L. Goual, M. Sedghi, F. Mostowfi, R. McFarlane, A. Pomerantz, S. Saraji, O. C. Mullins, “Cluster of Asphaltene Nanoaggregates by DC-Conductivity and Centrifugation”, Energy & Fuels, 2014, 28 (8), 5002-5013,

  15. S. Saraji, L. Goual, M. Piri, H. Plancher, “Wettability of Supercritical Carbon Dioxide/Water/Quartz Systems: Simultaneous Measurement of Contact Angle and Interfacial Tension at Reservoir Conditions”, Langmuir, 2013, 298, 6856-6866,

  16. S. Saraji, L. Goual, M. Piri, “Dynamic Adsorption of Asphaltenes on Quartz and Calcite Packs in the Presence of Brine Films”, Colloids and Surfaces A, 2013, 434, 260-267,

  17. Y. H. Shokrlua, R. Kharrat, M. H. Ghazanfari, S. Saraji, “Modified Screening Criteria for Potential Asphaltene Precipitation in Oil Reservoirs”, Journal of Petroleum Science & Technology, 2011, 29, 13, 1407-1418,

  18. S. Saraji, L. Goual, M. Piri, “Adsorption of Asphaltenes in Porous Media under Flow Conditions”, Energy & Fuels, 2010, 24, 6009-6017, DOI: 10.1021/ef100881k.