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2017-8-17Microstructural imaging and characterization of oil shale before and studying complex pore-scale processes [56–68] mCT offers several advantages: it is non-destructive provides 3-D imaging achieves high spatial resolutions at scales down to the micron level gives Summary Microporous carbonates contain perhaps 50% of the oil left behind in current projects in the giant carbonate fields in the Middle East and elsewhere Pore geometry connectivity and wettability of the micropore systems in these carbonates a

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The development of shale gas necessitates accurate modeling and characterization of these complicated formations at both small and large scales At the small scale the studies based on experimental techniques have uncovered that the components and pore types in shales vary dramatically

Summary Microporous carbonates contain perhaps 50% of the oil left behind in current projects in the giant carbonate fields in the Middle East and elsewhere Pore geometry connectivity and wettability of the micropore systems in these carbonates a

Characterization of Nanometer-Scale Porosity in Reservoir Carbonate Rock by Focused Ion Beam–Scanning Electron Microscopy - Volume 18 Issue 1 - Bijoyendra Bera Naga Siva Kumar Gunda Sushanta K Mitra Douglas Vick Nanoscale pore imaging and pore-scale fluid flow modeling in chalk Berkeley CA: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

2017-3-6PORE-SCALE IMAGING OF SOLID BITUMENS: INSIGHTS FOR UNCONVENTIONAL RESERVOIR CHARACTERIZATION Tim E Ruble1 Kultaransingh (Bobby) Hooghan1 William Dorsey1 Wayne R Knowles1 2and Christopher D Laughrey 1 Weatherford International Ltd Houston TX 2 Weatherford International Ltd Evergreen CO

Accurate modeling and characterization of shales first requires extensive knowledge of the pore types and their complex components (Figure 1) Loucks et al ( 2012 ) divided the pores in shale systems into three groups: interparticle (interP) pores intraparticle (intraP) pores and

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Pore-scale imaging and characterization of mixed-wet carbonate reservoir rock using X-ray microtomography at subsurface conditions The pore-scale images showed that brine started to flow through pinned wetting layers and micro-porosity and then filled the centre of the larger pores Oil was drained to low saturation through connected oil

Summary Microporous carbonates contain perhaps 50% of the oil left behind in current projects in the giant carbonate fields in the Middle East and elsewhere Pore geometry connectivity and wettability of the micropore systems in these carbonates a

2019-7-24SCA2019-001 Pore-scale imaging and determination of relative permeability and capillary pressure in a mixed-wet carbonate reservoir rock at subsurface conditions Amer M Alhammadi Ying Gao Takashi Akai Martin J Blunt and Branko Bijeljic SCA2019-002 Density Functional Hydrodynamics in Multiscale Pore Systems: Chemical Potential Drive

Characterization and prediction of water flow and transport processes noninvasive imaging from the pore to the soil core or mesocosm scale with appropriate high resolution is necessary for the fundamental understanding of the interaction between the soil and plant structure fluid From pore to field scale Vadose Zone J 17:180044 doi

2020-8-14Petrophysical Characterization and Fluids Transport in Unconventional Reservoirs presents a comprehensive look at these new methods and technologies for the petrophysical characterization of unconventional reservoirs including recent theoretical advances and modeling on fluids transport in unconventional reservoirs The book is a valuable tool for geoscientists and engineers working in

2010-3-11SCA2009-18 1/12 PORE SCALE CHARACTERIZATION OF CARBONATES AT MULTIPLE SCALES: INTEGRATION OF MICRO-CT BSEM AND FIBSEM Robert M Sok1 2 Trond Varslot1 Abid Ghous1 Shane Latham1 Adrian P Sheppard1 and Mark A Knackstedt1 2 1 Applied Mathematics Australian National University Canberra Australia 2 Digital Core Laboratories Pty Ltd Canberra

Multi-scale micro-computed tomography-based pore network models to simulate drainage in heterogeneous rocks Adv Water Resour 78 36–49 Bultreys T De Boever W Cnudde V 2016 Imaging and image-based fluid transport modeling at the pore scale in geological materials: A practical introduction to the current state-of-the-art

Pore scale structure and petrophysicalproperties (permeability drainage capillary pressure formation factor andNMR response) are derived directly on the highest resolution tomographicdataset We show that data over a range of porosity can be computed from asingle plug fragment

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2018-12-14PORE-SCALE CHARACTERIZATION AND FLUID FLOW The North Star Imaging M-5000 industrial CT scanner (Figure 4) bridges the gap between NETL's medical and micro-CT scanner machines The industrial CT scanner allows core-scale characterization in terms of geomaterials' fundamental fluid mechanics and physical properties Compared to the

2015-3-8For the characterization of pore topology 3D segmented images were converted into binary images containing solely pore information (Figure 6c) A skeletonization algorithm was implemented on these binary images to extract a model for the 3D pore network by preserving the major characteristics of the pore geometry (Figure 6d)

3D pore-scale imaging and analysis provides an understanding of microscopic displacement processes and potentially a new set of predictive modeling tools for estimating multiphase flow properties of core material Reconciliation and integration of the data derived from these models requires accurate characterization of the pore-scale distribution of fluids and a more detailed understanding of

2017-2-17Continuum-scale characterization of solute transport based on pore-scale velocity distributions G M Porta1 B Bijeljic2 M J Blunt1 2 and A Guadagnini1 3 1Dipartimento di Ingegneria Civile e Ambientale Politecnico di Milano Milano Italy 2Department of Earth Science and Engineering Imperial College London UK 3Department of Hydrology and Water Resources University of Arizona

2010-3-11SCA2009-18 1/12 PORE SCALE CHARACTERIZATION OF CARBONATES AT MULTIPLE SCALES: INTEGRATION OF MICRO-CT BSEM AND FIBSEM Robert M Sok1 2 Trond Varslot1 Abid Ghous1 Shane Latham1 Adrian P Sheppard1 and Mark A Knackstedt1 2 1 Applied Mathematics Australian National University Canberra Australia 2 Digital Core Laboratories Pty Ltd Canberra

Wildenschild D Sheppard A P X-ray imaging and analysis techniques for quantifying pore-scale structure and processes in subsurface porous medium systems Advances in Water Resources 51 217-246 (2013) Andrew M Bijeljic B Blunt M J Pore-scale imaging of geological carbon dioxide storage at in situ conditions

2013-1-1Highlights We review pore-scale imaging and modelling We present a methodology to predict flow and transport properties We analyze dispersion in carbonates We image residual carbon dioxide at super-critical conditions at the pore scale We compare predicted relative permeability with core-scale

Applications of pore-scale imaging showcased here include a fluid sensitivity study to determine the cause of formation damage characterization of pore types and associated organic matter and evidence of wettability alteration Relationships between mudrock pore systems lithofacies and sequence stratigraphy are also addressed in two of the

Information obtained from core analysis and well logs can be augmented by pore-scale imaging and analysis techniques These measurements are accomplished by imaging core plugs end trims and rock cuttings and petrographic thin sections of reservoir rocks at multiple length scales in both 2D and 3D

2019-7-24SCA2019-001 Pore-scale imaging and determination of relative permeability and capillary pressure in a mixed-wet carbonate reservoir rock at subsurface conditions Amer M Alhammadi Ying Gao Takashi Akai Martin J Blunt and Branko Bijeljic SCA2019-002 Density Functional Hydrodynamics in Multiscale Pore Systems: Chemical Potential Drive

2015-3-28[1]Ambrose Ray J Hartman Robert C Diaz-Campos Mery et al New Pore-scale Considerations for Shale Gas in Place Calculations[R] SPE 131772 2010:1-17 [2]Loucks R G Reed R M Ruppel S C et al Morphology genesis and distribution of nanometer-scale pores in siliceous mudstones of the Mississippian Barnett shale[J] Journal of Sedimentary Research 2009 79(12):848-861