CO2 – brine – sandstone wettability evaluation at reservoir conditions via Nuclear Magnetic Resonance measurements [dataset]
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School of Engineering
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The dataset contains capillary pressure (Pc), relperm (kr) of non-wetting phase, pore-size distribution (PDS) and T1-T2 images and supplementary file contains python programming codes.
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CO2 – brine – sandstone wettability evaluation at reservoir conditions via Nuclear Magnetic Resonance measurements
Research Activity Description
There are limitations with conventional technique to investigate the wettability of a sandstone rock in presence of CO2 and there lack of fundamental understanding of this important parameter. Therefore,
here we used an independent technique (NMR), which has a molecular resolution, to overcome some of the above mentioned limitations, and to add to the fundamental understanding of flow processes of scCO2 through brine saturated porous rock. This work will thus aid in the implementation of large scale CO2 geo-sequestration
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Python programming coding (only) was used to create T1-T2 images.
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Baban, A., Al-Yaseri, A. Z., Keshavarz, A., Amin, R., & Iglauer, S. (2020). CO2 – brine – sandstone wettability evaluation at reservoir conditions via Nuclear Magnetic Resonance measurements [dataset]. Edith Cowan University. http://dx.doi.org/10.25958/jdfg-2c96