Efficiently engineering pore-scale processes: The role of force dominance and topology during nonwetting phase trapping in porous media
We investigate trapping of a nonwetting (NW) phase, air, within Bentheimer sandstone cores during drainage-imbibition flow experiments, as quantified on a three dimensional (3D) pore-scale basis via x-ray computed microtomography (X-ray CMT). The wetting
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