May 15, 2017 at 4:59 pm #1705
In this fascinating presentation. Dr. Madison’s group at Sandia extends Robo-Met.3D into geology.
Optical and electron petrography was performed in conjunction with:
Mercury intrusion capillary pressure on clean/uncleaned samples
Laser scanning confocal microscopy
Robotic serial sectioning and reflected light imaging
Relative permeability and capillary pressure testing
The end result was an example of coupling observational geology and applied mathematics for developing predictive tools.
Thomas Dewers, Jason Heath, Jonathan Madison, Sandia National Laboratories , Peter S.
Mozley, New Mexico Tech, Spatial Persistence of Macropores and Authigenic Clays in a
Reservoir Sandstone: Implications for Enhanced Oil Recovery and CO2 Storage, AGU
Presentation 2015, SAND2015-10961C
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