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Predicting the Relative Permeability of Water Phase Based on Theory ofCoupled Electricity-Seepage and Capillary Bundle Model
An analytical water relative model based on the theory of coupled electricity-seepage and capillary bundle pore structure is described. The model shows that the relative permeability of water isExpand
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Quantitative evaluation of the heterogeneity for tight sand based on the nuclear magnetic resonance imaging
Abstract Tight sand exhibits high degree of heterogeneity due to the complex pore structure. It is vital to evaluate the heterogeneity since it controls the fluid storage and transportationExpand
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A novel pulse sequence and inversion algorithm of three-dimensional low field NMR technique in unconventional resources.
Compared with two-dimensional (2D) nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) technique like correlations among the transversal relaxation time (T2), the longitudinal relaxation time (T1), and the diffusionExpand
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Projecting Suitability and Climate Vulnerability of Bhutanitis thaidina (Blanchard) (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae) with Conservation Implications
Bhutanitis thaidina is an endemic, rare, and protected swallowtail in China. Deforestation, habitat fragmentation, illegal commercialised capture, and exploitation of larval food plants are believedExpand
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An improved method for permeability estimation of the bioclastic limestone reservoir based on NMR data.
Permeability is an important parameter in formation evaluation since it controls the fluid transportation of porous rocks. However, it is challengeable to compute the permeability of bioclasticExpand
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Characteristics of myeloid sarcoma in mice and patients with TET2 deficiency
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A novel method to calculate relative permeability of fluids based on fractal theory and core NMR experiment
An analytical relative permeability model based on fractal theory and NMR principle is described. The relationship between NMR transversal relaxation time (NMR T2) and resistivity index is deduced byExpand
Influential Factors of Internal Magnetic Field Gradient in Reservoir Rock and Its Effects on NMR Response
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) plays a significant role in porous media analysis and petroleum exploration, but its response is significantly influenced by the internal magnetic field gradient inExpand
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Characteristics of myeloid sarcoma in mice and patients with TET2 deficiency
Myeloid sarcoma (MS) carries a poor prognosis, and information on epigenetic modifications in MS is currently limited. In the present study, 214 ten-eleven translocation-2 (TET2)−/− mice wereExpand