Pore-throat sizes in sandstones, tight sandstones, and shales

@inproceedings{Nelson2009PorethroatSI,
  title={Pore-throat sizes in sandstones, tight sandstones, and shales},
  author={Philip H. Nelson},
  year={2009}
}
  • Philip H. Nelson
  • Published 2009
  • Geology
  • Pore-throat sizes in siliciclastic rocks form a continuum from the submillimeter to the nanometer scale. That continuum is documented in this article using previously published data on the pore and pore-throat sizes of conventional reservoir rocks, tight-gas sandstones, and shales. For measures of central tendency(mean,mode,median),pore-throatsizes(diameters) are generally greater than2 mm in conventionalreservoir rocks, range from about 2 to 0.03 mm in tight-gas sandstones, and rangefrom0.1to0… CONTINUE READING

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