Ground-truth verification of dynamic x-ray micro-tomography images of fluid displacement
X-ray micro computed tomography (jtCT) is a method of choice for the non-destructive imaging of static 3d samples. A fundamental constraint of conventional X-ray jtCT is that the sample must remain static during data acquisition. It therefore can not be directly applied to the study of dynamic (i.e. 4D) processes such as pore-scale fluid displacements in porous materials. The process must be halted whilst data acquisition occurs devaluing the experiment (e.g. the fluid displacement rate can no...[Show more]
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