Skip to main content
Article thumbnail
Location of Repository

Porosity imaging in porous media using synchrotron tomographic techniques

By M. Betson, J. Barker, Paul Barnes, T. Atkinson and A.C. Jupe

Abstract

This paper describes novel uses of synchrotron radiation in examining porosity distributions within porous media. Tomographic energy dispersive diffraction imaging and Tomographic X-ray fluorescence have been combined within one measurement method and used to highlight the porosity distribution in a typical sample of English Chalk

Topics: bcs
Publisher: Springer
Year: 2004
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.bbk.ac.uk.oai2:346

Suggested articles

Citations

  1. 1996a, Examination of solute transport in an undisturbed soil column using electrical resistance tomography., doi
  2. 1996b, Flow pathways in porous media: Electrical resistance tomography and dye staining image verification., doi
  3. (1975). A Nonsteady State Method for Determining Diffusion Coefficients in Porous Media, doi
  4. (1989). Application of X-ray energy dispersive diffraction for characterization of materials under high pressure, doi
  5. (1977). Chalk diagenesis and its relation to petroleum exploration; oil from chalks, a modern miracle?, doi
  6. (1976). Chalk pore-size measurements and their significance,
  7. (1999). Characterising solute transport in undisturbed soil cores using electrical and x-ray tomographic methods, doi
  8. (1996). Characterization of Fluid distributions in porous media by NMR techniques., doi
  9. (1972). Dynamics of Fluids in Porous doi
  10. (1994). In situ and laboratory investigations into contaminant migration, doi
  11. (1990). Kriging: a method of interpolation for geographical information system, doi
  12. (1974). Maastrichtian chalk of north-west Europe – a pelagic shelf sediment. Pelagic sediments: On land and under water. doi
  13. (1981). Mining Geostatistics, doi
  14. (1993). Modeling groundwater flow and transport in the Chalk, The Hydrogeology of the Chalk of North-West Europe, Oxford Science Pub.,
  15. (1983). Movement of Tracers Through a DualPorosity Media – Experiments and Modeling in the Cretaceous Chalk, doi
  16. (1983). Pelagic environments,
  17. (1994). Physical Principles of Flow
  18. (1945). Pore-size distribution in porous materials, doi
  19. (1995). Regional trends in matrix porosity and dry density of the Chalk of England, doi
  20. Suggested Methods for Determining Water Content, Porosity, Density, Absorption and Related Properties, and Swelling and Slake-Durability Index Properties., International Society for Rock Mechanics Publications. doi
  21. (1998). Synchrotron radiation energy-dispersive diffraction tomography, doi
  22. (2000). Synchrotron radiation tomographic energy-dispersive diffraction imaging. doi
  23. (1983). The Coniacian - Maastrictian Stages of the United Kingdom, with particular reference to southern England,
  24. (1990). The relationship between texture, density and strength of chalk.
  25. (1975). The sequence of facies in the Upper Cretaceous of northern Europe compared with that in the western interior.
  26. (2001). Transport and Attenuation Processes in the Chalk Matrix., pp66-77, In FRACFLOW Final Report: Contaminant transport, monitoring techniques, and remediation strategies in cross European fractured chalk.,
  27. (1974). X-ray diffraction procedures for polycrystalline and amorphous materials., 2nd Ed. doi

To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please submit an Update/Correction/Removal Request.