X-Ray Micro-tomography applications of Relevance to the Petroleum Industry
X-ray micro-tomography is an accurate and non-invasive technique that measures the internal three dimensional structure and composition of materials. To enhance and add predictive power to the measured structure, various analysis techniques have been developed. Of direct relevance to the petroleum industry are calculating transport, mechanical and structural properties directly from the pore space morphology, for both granular and carbonate systems. From the image data, numerical predictions...[Show more]
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