3D rock structure characterization
NMR and MICP curve simulation integrated with conventional lab measurements
Petro-electrical parameters simulation
Elastic properties simulation
Relative permeability curves simulation
• Textural analysis / visual description
• Bulk density and PEF from dual energy CT or micro-CT scan
• MICP or pore throat distribution
• Dynamic transport properties
3D rock structure.
Pore size partitioning with an overview of models from nano to plug level.
Pore size distribution and petro-electrical parameters.
Relative permeability predictions.
Large, potentially connected vug systems are typically related to initial rock types 2, 3 and 6.
Visualization of pore structure.
Quantitative study of pore structure.
Mineral composition quantification and reservoir brittleness evaluation.
Oil and gas distribution under different waterflooding conditions.
Distribution of different types of residual oil.
Water self-imbibition experiment.
Water lock mechanism study.
Water sensitivity mechanism study.
Stress sensitivity mechanism study.
iRock can provide wettability characterization from images within the pore space via quantitative assessment using a direct measurement of in-situ contact angles.
Based on a real rock sample, the contact angle is used to simulate more reasonable permeability curves and can be input into pore-scale models to make robust predictions of multiphase flow properties.
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