ZEISS Microscopy

Webinar

Nano-XRM and high-contrast imaging to inform micro-porosity permeability during Stokes-Brinkman single and two-phase flow

Using nano-XRM (ZEISS Xradia 810 Ultra) and high-contrast imaging of Estaillades limestone (carbonate) to inform micro-porosity permeability during Stokes-Brinkman single and two-phase flow simulations on micro-CT images using ZEISS Xradia 510 X-ray microscope and ZEISS Zen Intellesis machine learning capabilities for segmentation.

Dr Matthew Andrew, Geoscience Technologist, ZEISS Microscopy, and Dr Hannah Menke, Researcher, Heriot-Watt University, discuss latest findings.

Key learnings

  • Multiscale XRM can be used to give insight into flow and transport processes in carbonates.
  • Multiscale means across both cm to um and um to nm scales.
    This data can be integrated with both modellings and in situ experiment.
  • During multiphase flow, heterogeneous pore structure can mean that microporosity can dominate wetting phase flow properties at even moderate non-wetting phase fractional flows.

Date: Thursday, August 13, 2020 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM SGT
Speaker: Matthew Andrew (ZEISS)

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