4 Works

Sessile Drop and Micro-CT Data for Six Sandstone Formations

Laura Dalton

Micro-CT scans of Mt. Simon sandstone at residual conditions used for contact angle measurements and analyzing the influence of clay regions

Laura Dalton, Dustin Crandall, James McClure, Min Fang & Ryan Armstrong
Micro-computed tomography tiff stacks of a Mt. Simon core at residual conditions. The core is from a depth of 6,926 ft, the sub-sample tested is 0.25 inch diameter by 1 inch length. This data was used to complete contact angle measurements and analyze the influence of clay-rich regions in the pore space on residual trapping efficiency.

Micro-CT images of a heterogeneous Mt. Simon sandstone sample

Amir Hossein Kohanpur, Valocchi Albert & Dustin Crandall
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...

Mt. Simon Sandstone with Mineral Map

James McClure, Ryan Armstrong, Ming Fan, Dustin Crandall & Laura Dalton

Registration Year

  • 2020
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Resource Types

  • Dataset
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Affiliations

  • National Energy Technology Laboratory
    4
  • Virginia Tech
    2
  • UNSW Sydney
    2
  • University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
    1