The modeling data contained herein corresponds to the following publication: Mehmani, Y., Tchelepi, H.A., "Minimum Requirements for Predictive Pore-Network Modeling of Solute Transport in Micromodels", Advances in Water Resources, (2017), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.advwatres.2017.07.014 These include: =========== 1) STL files used in direct numerical simulations (DNS) 2) Pore networks extracted using the developed method therein (data + images) 3) Matlab script for plotting the pore networks 4) Predicted breakthrough curves (DNS and PNM) Definitions: ======== PNM = pore...
Digital Rocks Super Resolution Dataset 1: Sandstone and Carbonate micro-CT Images used for 2D and 3D Super Resolution Machine Learning Training, Validation, and Testing. This dataset comprises of organised 2D slices and 3D volumes of Bentheimer Sandstone [sourced internally from UNSW] and Estaillades Carbonate [https://www.digitalrocksportal.org/projects/58/origin_data/209/], imaged at a resolution of 3.8 and 3.1 microns respectively. The dataset is organised in a similar fashion to the DIV2K dataset : (https://data.vision.ee.ethz.ch/cvl/DIV2K/). To the knowledge of the authors,...
SEM images of pores in unconsolidated muds of Pleistocene to Miocene age drilled at Site C0002 by the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) Expeditions 315 and 338. Samples in this project were prepared by Ar-ion milling then Ir-coated, and imaged on an FEI NovaNano SEM 430. This image set is used in the Nole et al. (2016) paper referenced in Publications tab. The table (.xlsx, .pdf format) attached to 2B 10R 3 origin data gives...
This dataset contains raw and segmented X-Ray micro-tomography images from steady-state drainage and imbibition flow experiments in two distinct Bentheimer sandstones. The dataset is presented and utilised in the paper 'Representative elementary volumes, hysteresis and heterogeneity in multiphase flow from the pore to continuum scale' available at: https://eartharxiv.org/2aejr/. Full details of the experimental setup, procedure and imaging analysis can be found in the paper and supporting information. The experiments consist of steady-state co-injection core floods...
Dataset: Bentheimer networks Bentheimer is imaged by a ZEISS Versa X-ray Microscope (XRM) (ZEISS X-Ray Microscopy, Pleasanton, CA). A series of 1600 2D projections are acquired at regular angular increments over a 360° rotation. These reconstruct a series of 3D volumes: cylinders which are then cropped to the maximally inscribed cubes. 2D projections are 1024 x 1024 pixels, and 3D volumes are 1024 x 1024 x1024 voxels. Images are segmented by ZEISS Zen Intellesis machine...
We acquired micro-CT images from two carbonate outcrops (Indiana Limestone and Silurian Dolomite), and used it to calculate porosity at each voxel (the samples are considered pure, since Indiana Limestone is 99% calcite, and Silurian Dolomite, 97% dolomite). For thus, we segmented pores (porosity=100%) and 'solid' (porosity=5%) and used the grayscale of these two points to calculate porosity directly in the image. Since there is no voxel with 100% solid at the resolutions used, we...
High-resolution X-ray CT scans and processing of fracture in granite for modeling 3D fracture flow. Primary fracture mapped using IPSF method.
Medical CT scans of 38 cores from Site Keathley Canyon 151 in the northern Gulf of Mexico drilled by the Gas Hydrate Joint Industry Project led by Chevron in 2005. Please see Winters et al 2008 (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpetgeo.2008.01.018) for description of physical properties of sediments and drilling location. Samples were scanned at the National Energy Technology Laboratory in 2011 after hydrates had dissociated. The scans were collected using a Universal Systems 350 HD medical CT scanner...
The sample porous medium is from Mt. Simon sandstone at a depth of 6700 feet. The formation is located at verification well number 2 of a study site in Decatur, Illinois where Illinois State Geological Survey carried out a pilot injection study to better understand the feasibility of full-scale carbon capture and storage (Finley, 2014). A core plug from the formation was scanned by micro-CT imaging technique at the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) of...
MicroCT images of residual CO2 trapping in oil wet sandstone.
Pore-scale digital images are usually obtained from micro computed tomography (micro-CT) data that has been segmented into void and grain space. Image segmentation is a critical process for digital rock analyses that can influence pore-scale characterisation studies and/or the numerical simulation of petrophysical properties. This project is to study on the sandstone micro-CT image segmentation by using convolutional neural network.
Imaged data for the paper 'Stress Sensitivity of Fractured and Vuggy Carbonate' in volumetric tif format.
Sheared coal core: X-ray (100kV and 250µA), detector (7fps (frame per second) and average of 10 = exposure time per radiography of #1.4s), number of radiographies 1440 over 360°. Image: 1840x1840x1127 voxels, 16bit with a resolution (both voxel size and spot size) of 25µm. Reconstruction method: FBP (Filtered Back Projection) --> Feldkamp method (cone beam geometry) with Tukey filter. Device: Ultratom RXSolutions Operator: Nicolas Lenoir Facility Location: Laboratoire Navier
Synthetic fractures were created to quantify the effect of heterogeneity in surface roughness and mineralogy (which affects wettability) for multiphase flow. This project includes: 1) Rough fractures 2) Slits exhibiting different mineral shape (circles and bands) 3) A heterogeneously wet fracture The matlab codes to create the geometries can be found at: https://github.com/je-santos/syntheticFractures
The aim of this experimental study is to investigate the impact of wetting characteristics on multiphase flow, sweep efficiency, and residual fluid distribution in unconsolidated porous media. A sequence of oil and water injections was performed on bead packs with uniform porosity and permeability, but different wettability characteristics. Uniform and mixed wet bead packs with varying degree of wettability were fabricated to analyze how the residual saturation profiles and the distribution of fluid phases at...
This project contains the steady-state water saturation images for five CO2-brine primary drainage experiments conducted in Berea sandstone at 20 C and 10.3 MPa
A packing of equal spheres. The original data was experimentally measured in 1970, and this is one of the first sphere packings used as a representative porous medium (soil, and with some cementation modeling sandstone). We include original sphere locations (not image data, but with some effort can be used to produce a volumetric image at any resolution you would like), as well as a small selection of example discretization that have been used in...
Dataset: Sandstones (Bentheimer, Doddington, and Rotleigend) X-Ray Microscopy (XRM) is used to examine the intergranular pore structures in a series of sandstones. All three sandstone samples are imaged using a ZEISS Versa X-ray Microscope (XRM) (ZEISS X-Ray Microscopy, Pleasanton, CA). 3D volumes of the varying resolution are reconstructed from a series of 1600 projections, sequentially acquired at evenly spaced angular increments during a 360° rotation. Each projection consists of 1024 x 1024 pixels and is...
Three water-wet sandstone types (Bentheimer, Berea, and Leopard) at different multiphase (air and brine) saturation conditions; including dry (irreducible water saturation), and partially drained. Data was acquired at the Australian National University CTLab, and image processing was accomplished via Mango.
Deep geological storage sites for nuclear waste are commonly located in rock salt to ensure hydrological isolation from groundwater. The low permeability of static rock salt is due to a percolation threshold. However, deformation may be able to overcome this threshold and allow fluid flow. We confirm the percolation threshold in static experiments on synthetic salt samples with x-ray microtomography. We then analyze wells penetrating salt deposits in the Gulf of Mexico. The observed hydrocarbon...
Micro-CT scans of a fast synchrotron-based micro-CT flow experiment performed in Gildehauser sandstone rock. The data set consists of - dry scan (at higher quality settings that the flow experiment itself) - dry scan segmented - time sequence of imbibition experiment (40 s time intervals), segmented into rock, oil and water phase
Computed Tomography images of foamed cement created using the American Petroleum Institute's Recommended Practice 10B-4. Two different sets of additives were used to make 10%, 20%, 30%, and 40% atmospheric foam cement.
The project summarizes activity for quantitative pore-scale characterization of a tight gas reservoir using digital rock physics (DRP) approach in the result of tight collaboration with NOCs and IOCs.
An experimental microfluidic approach based upon image analysis of nitrogen displacing decane in a 500 μm × 500 μm × 1.5 μm micromodel experiment. The pressures on the boundary of the cell were changed and the system was observed as it dynamically relaxed to an equilibrium state. These images capture microscale equilibrium configurations that can be used to determine fluid saturations, interfacial areas, and curvatures.
This file contains X-ray computed microtomography (CMT) images used to analyze abiotic carbonate precipitation in porous media from a supersaturated solution. An X-ray transparent and rigid-walled polycarbonate column was developed to hold the sand pack tight during the carbonate precipitation process. The column consisted of a polycarbonate tube with an inner diameter of 3.18 mm, an outer diameter of 9.53 mm, and a height of 44.1 mm. Two polycarbonate discs and two stainless steel springs...
The University of Texas at Austin3
Imperial College London3
Carl Zeiss Foundation2
Southern Methodist University2
University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign2
Los Alamos National Laboratory1
National Energy Technology Laboratory1
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro1
China University of Petroleum1
Edith Cowan University1