Articles | Volume 9, issue 6
Research article
07 Nov 2018
Research article |  | 07 Nov 2018

Enhanced pore space analysis by use of μ-CT, MIP, NMR, and SIP

Zeyu Zhang, Sabine Kruschwitz, Andreas Weller, and Matthias Halisch


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Short summary
We investigate the pore space of rock samples with respect to different petrophysical parameters using various methods, which provide data on pore size distributions. The resulting cumulative distributions of pore volume as a function of pore size are compared. Considering that the methods differ with regard to their limits of resolution, a multiple-length-scale characterization of the pore space geometry is proposed that is based on a combination of the results from all of these methods.