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Digital rock under stress
27 Jun 2023 • virtual, Any Location (virtual event)
Modelling physical properties of rocks based on microstructure derived from X-ray microtomographic images (known as digital rock physics) is an important technology in geophysical rock characterization. However, these images are most commonly obtained at room pressure and temperature conditions. Consequently, most digital rock physics models are not representative of the rocks at depth.

In this lecture, we will discuss the ways how to obtain 3D images under elevated temperature and stress conditions, as well the challenges with the imaging and further image processing. Finally, we will provide some results to demonstrate how microstructure of the rocks can be link to transport and elastic properties of rocks measured on bigger samples.

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