The invention, which born in Russia, registered in
         Yemen and defended with Excellency in China

           Dr. En...
2.    The second way, I call it the classical way, where teachers or trainers add
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episode happened on the surface or subsurface of any geological research area
   around the world (see, above-mentioned ge...
3. Modeling.

    This first new Portable Tin, which look like a mathematical set is going to be used
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  1. 1. The invention, which born in Russia, registered in Yemen and defended with Excellency in China Dr. Eng. Mohammed Darsi Abdulrahman Nedham * (Ministry of Oil and Mineral Resources; Petroleum Exploration and Production Board; Aden Office, Al-Mu’allah, P. O. Box: 5176, Republic of Yemen) Introduction It is known, all over the world, in all Earth science institutes, colleges, universities and geoscientific centers, which their teachers or trainers use one, two or three of the following ways to explain any geological problem to their students, trainees and people interested in the geological field. Related to a geological phenomena (inshore, offshore or subsurface), stratigraphy (such as making stratigraphic columns, geological sections, cross sections and correlations), problems faced in petroleum field geology and modeling (such as making 3 dimension geological models) 1. The first way, I call it the traditional way, where teachers or trainers use the black board or any primary way to explain any geological episode happened on the surface or subsurface of any geological research area around the world (see, above-mentioned geological problems) to their students, trainee and people interested in the geological field. (It is known, that this way need for special preparations for teachers and trainers, who are going to explain the above-mentioned geological problems to their students, trainee and people interested in the geological field using basic tools. At the same time students, trainee and people interested in the geological field are highly in need for more special preparations to understand how to solve such problem mentioned above and with one main aim to be on the right path all the time. Using this way only means lost a lot of time by teachers and trainers on explaining and also by students, trainee and people interested in the geological field on understanding and solving such problems.
  2. 2. 2. The second way, I call it the classical way, where teachers or trainers add woody or plastic three dimension geological models to their presentations to explain any geological episode happened on the surface or subsurface of any geological research area around the world (see, above-mentioned geological problems) to their students, trainee and people interested in the geological field. (It is known, that this way also need for special preparations for teachers and trainers, who are going to explain the above- mentioned geological problems to their students, trainee and people interested in the geological field using woody or plastic 3 dimension geological models. At the same time students, trainee and people interested in the geological field are highly in need for more special preparations to be in the right course, which mean understanding teachers and trainer's courses plus making a geological trip to the interested or the equivalent area to fix the idea in their minds. Using this way with the help of first way means lost of time and money also. 3. The third way, I call it the modern way, where teachers or trainers like to add modern computers with modern geological software applications to their presentations to explain any geological episode happened on the surface or subsurface of any geological research area around the world (see, above-mentioned geological problems) to their students, trainee and people interested in the geological field. (It is known, that this way also need for special preparations for teachers and trainers, who are going to explain the above-mentioned geological problems by using modern computers with specific geological software applications. At the same time students, trainee and people interested in the geological field are highly in need for more special preparations to be in the right course by follow the last news on today revolution in technology. Using this way mainly with the help of the above mentioned two ways means less time, but its need for a lot of money on buying modern computers with modern geological software applications. My way is very simple. It is about an invention for the first new Portable Tin, which look like a mathematical set. It is a classical modern way, where teachers or trainers are going to learn their students, trainee and people interested in the geological field practically how to use my Portable Tin to simulate any geological
  3. 3. episode happened on the surface or subsurface of any geological research area around the world (see, above-mentioned geological problems) to their students, trainee and people interested in the geological field. . No need for special preparations for teachers and trainers. No need for special preparations for students, trainee and people interested in the geological field. My portable Tin can made of wood, glass, plastic or iron or any other materials. It is very cheap and easy to use by all. It just need for more care by the factory on doing it. I am sure, this Yemeni Portable Tin are going to find a wild applications by secondary school students (who study elementary geology), and by the students of institutes, collages and universities as well as by the researchers and those working in the field of oil. Patent history and its main aim In 1985, I was admitted to the Patrice Lumumba Peoples’ Friendship University decorated with the order of friendship among Peoples and in 1991 completed the full course of the same University having specialized in ‘’Geology and Exploration of Mineral Deposits (Oil and Gas Fields). By the resolution of the state Examination Commission of May 29, 1991, I am qualified as a Petroleum Engineer, Geologist and by the special of the state Examination Commission I am awarded the degree of Master of Science in geology. During my study in the Patrice Lumumba Peoples’ Friendship University decorated with the order of friendship among Peoples and especially when I took the course of Petroleum Field Geology, I found that we as student at that’s time spend a lot of time on doing geological section, cross section, correlations and 3D models. I had a new modest idea for a new project on the first portable tin, which can be used in the field of geology to construct 3 dimension geological models. At that’s time, I explained my new idea and project on the above- mentioned portable Tin to my teacher, who advice me to continue my work and research on creating the first portable Tin in the world, the idea which born in Moscow to help making geological models. On March 02, 1992 I worked in the Petroleum Exploration and Production Board, (Aden’s Branch; Ministry of Oil and Mineral Resources), as a Petroleum Engineer, Geologist. As a result of my work done on improving this modest project, the above- mentioned idea was registered in Yemen on March 25, 1995 as a new invention. I called the above-mentioned Portable Tin the 3DYGM For All Tin. The Term 3DYGM- For All Tin: means (the Three Dimension Yemeni Geological Model for All Tin). The above mentioned Portable Tin will be used to construct the following models: 1. Geological Sections 2. Cross-Sections 3. 3D (three Dimensions) geological models. The 3DYGM For All Portable Tin is going to make it easy to study the following scientific materials: 1. Petroleum Field Geology. 2. Stratigraphy.
  4. 4. 3. Modeling. This first new Portable Tin, which look like a mathematical set is going to be used by secondary school students, and by the students of institutes, collages and universities as well as by the researchers and those working in the field of oil. This Invention, which born in Moscow (Russia), grew, improved and registered personally in Aden (Yemen) on March 25 1995 found a lot of care and attention by my university Chinese Professors, who advice me to write about it and to introduce it as a part of my Doctoral Thesis. The kind hand given to me by Chinese scientists encouraged me to make another new patent during my study in China, I am going to introduce it to you later. On May 29, 2003. I discussed and defended my first and second patents as a part of my Doctoral Thesis in Jilin University, where I proved, that my two new patents are going to find a wild application in the filed of petroleum geology in the near future. Conclusions As a conclusion, I would like to fix in minds the following: (1) The most interesting results and most important facts, we are going to receive as a result of using the 3DYGN For All Portable Tin in the field of geology is that, most of it users are going to like it and to ask for more and more specific serials of the above-mentioned Portable Tin to be used in different branches of Earth science. (2) 20 years passed as my invention born in Russia. 16 years passed as I personally registered my patent officially in Yemen and 8 year passed as I defended it with Excellency in China. I am very optimistic, that one day all my works are going to find a place under the sunshine. For more information, I would like to ask interested readers in this invention to read the interview held by the 14TH October Newspaper correspondent (Mr. Ahmed Muftah), with me on the 25th of August 1994 and for more detailed information related to the project itself don’t hesitate to contact me. My dear readers for more information on all scientific work I ask you to read my thesis study work done in China, which I already add it on this respectful website (http://www.slideshare.com) as a part of my LinkedIn profiles. Acknowledgement I would like to extend my thanks to the Yemeni Ministry of High Education, the Patrice Lumumba Peoples’ Friendship University decorated with the order of friendship among Peoples (the Russian University, Now), the Yemeni Ministry of Oil
  5. 5. and Minerals (MOM), the Petroleum Exploration and Production Board (In Sana'a and Aden), and the Earth Science College of Jilin University for their help and support. I am indebted to Professors Wang Dong Po, Xue Lin Fu and Wang Xi Kui (Earth Science College of Jilin University), who provided many helpful suggestions and comments. I am also so indebted to my parents, family and friends for their support. About the Author • Dr. Eng. Mohammed Darsi Abdulrahman Nedham, born on November 17, 1963, Crater (Aden). Petroleum Engineer, Geologist; Married have 2 sons and one daughter. 4 languages (Arabic, English, Russian and Chinese); Education: Graduated from the Earth Science College of Jilin University as a Doctor of Science in Mineralogy, Petrology and Stratigraphy. Have a PhD in Subsurface Geology on May 29 2002 and also graduated from the Russian among People Friendship University in 1991 as a Petroleum Engineer, Geologist (M.S. degree). Appointments: Petroleum Exploration and Production Board, Aden Branch, Ministry of Oil and Mineral Resources; Petroleum Engineer; Senior Geologist; Representative; Coordinator. Publications: 10 scientific papers, 6 published in the Yemen Times Newspaper, 3 in China (2 in World Geology and 1 in the Journal of Geoscientific Research of Northeast Asia) and the last one in Russia. Have two patents. Have more than 18 Certificate from different institutes, centers, organizations and clubs. Membership: ASO - Arab Scientist Organization (12/2003 - Present), Member; IBC - International Biographical Center (2000 - Present), honored to be a member of its Research Council; GAC - Geological Association of Canada (2000 - Present), Fellow; AAPG - American Association of Petroleum Geologist (2000 - Present), Member; YGS - Yemen Geological Society (1992 - Present), Member; MOCT - Ministry of Culture and Tourism /Culture Center/ (1979 - 1990) and other memberships ... Groups: Oil and Gas Geoscience Systems; Geoscience Global Recruitment Network; Jilin University of Technology Alumni; Green; Canadian Petroleum Geoscience Network; The Geological Society of America; Women's Global Leadership Network E-mail: madras_cc@yahoo.com. Dr. Eng. Mohammed Darsi Abdulrahman Nedham began his professional career by working as petroleum engineer, geologist in the Petroleum Exploration and Production Board (Aden Branch). His scientific interest is concentrated on the Geological Research History Work, Earth science software application and basin-modeling problems. Last position: Member, Block S2 Operating Committee.

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