Coupling Observational Geology and Applied Mathematics for Predictive Tools Uncertainty and Social Decisions

on November 3, 2017

Dr. Madison’s group at Sandia National Laboratories extended Robo-Met.3D® applications 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, and relative permeability and capillary pressure testing.

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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

Coupling Observational Geology and Applied Mathematics for Predictive Tools Uncertainty and Social Decisions