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Droplet fragmentation: 3D imaging of a previously unidentified pore-scale process during multiphase flow in porous media
Significance Fluid displacement processes in carbonate rocks are important because they host over 50% of the world's hydrocarbon reserves and are aquifers supplying water to one quarter of the globalExpand
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New insights on the complex dynamics of two-phase flow in porous media under intermediate-wet conditions
Multiphase flow in porous media is important in a number of environmental and industrial applications such as soil remediation, CO2 sequestration, and enhanced oil recovery. Wetting propertiesExpand
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Multiscale pore-network representation of heterogeneous carbonate rocks
A multi-scale network integration approach introduced by Jiang et al. [2013] is used to generate a representative pore-network for a carbonate rock with a pore-size distribution across several ordersExpand
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Application of nanotechnology in removal of NAPLs from contaminated aquifers: a source clean-up experimental study
This work investigates the removal of non-aqueous phase liquids (NAPLs) from groundwater resources using nanotechnology. We present results of a series of multiphase fluid displacement experimentsExpand
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An X-ray computed micro-tomography dataset for oil removal from carbonate porous media
This study reveals the pore-scale details of oil mobilisation and recovery from a carbonate rock upon injection of aqueous nanoparticle (NP) suspensions. X-ray computed micro-tomography (μCT), whichExpand
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The Dynamics of Nanoparticle-enhanced Fluid Displacement in Porous Media - A Pore-scale Study
This work provides new insights into the dynamics of silica nanoparticle-based removal of organic fluids (here oil) from naturally occurring porous media. We have used 4D (time-resolved 3D) imagingExpand
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Saturation tracking and identification of residual oil saturation
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  • Materials Science
  • 30 June 2015
Carbonate rocks are of global importance as they contain about 50% of the world’s remaining hydrocarbon reserves and are also a major host to the world’s groundwater resources. Therefore,Expand
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Pore-scale investigation of the use of reactive nanoparticles for in situ remediation of contaminated groundwater source
Significance Chlorinated solvents are among the most recalcitrant aquifer contaminants, which can cause serious health problems such as kidney and liver damage, and some are considered carcinogenic.Expand
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Effect of Relative Density on Compressive Load Response of Crumpled Aluminium Foil Mesh
In recent years, a large number of metal foams and porous metals have been developed. Due to the high cost of these materials alternative manufacturing methods for cellular metallic materials areExpand
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