Rapid fluid content measurement method for fingered flow in an oil–water–sand system using synchrotron X-rays

@inproceedings{Rimmer1998RapidFC,
  title={Rapid fluid content measurement method for fingered flow in an oil–water–sand system using synchrotron X-rays},
  author={Alon Rimmer and David Anthony Dicarlo and Tammo S. Steenhuis and Barnes R. Bierck and Deanna S. Durnford and J.-Yves Parlange},
  year={1998}
}
Abstract The complexity of simultaneous flow of water and non-aqueous phase liquids is largely unappreciated because few techniques permit accurate quantitative measurement of water and oil contents in rapidly changing flow fields. High intensity X-rays were used at the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS) to obtain rapid, accurate, and non-destructive quantitative measurements of the changing fluid contents in a porous medium during infiltration events. Concomitant temporal pressure… CONTINUE READING
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