Reconstruction of pore-space images using multiple-point statistics

Hiroshi Okabe, Martin Blunt & Hiroshi Okabe
Quantitative prediction of petrophysical properties for reservoir rocks frequently employs representative microscopic models of the pore space as input. Recently digital imaging techniques such as microtomography have been used to provide void space images at the resolution of a few microns. However, the sample size is normally only a few mm when the highest resolutions are used, and even this may be insufficient to capture some structures, particularly in carbonates. A larger image may be...
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