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Computer Simulations of Fluid Flow in Sediment: From Images to Permeability

Stanford University's Jack Dvorkin and Ingrain's Jonas Tolke, Chuck Baldwin, Yaoming Mu, Naum Derzhi, Qian Fang and Avrami Grader discuss the digital experimentation of flow simulations and permeability calculations in the latest issue of The Leading Edge. Please see attached document
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From Micro to Reservoir Scale: Permeability from Digital Experiments

Stanford University's Jack Dvorkin and Ingrain's Naum Derzhi, Qian Fang, Amos Nur, Boaz Nur, Avrami Grader, Chuck Baldwin, Henrique Tono and Elizabeth Diaz explain how digital rock physics can reliably enhance data obtained from physical laboratories and reduce the number ...
Author: Nora Villarreal
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Capturing Digital Rock Properties for Reservoir Modeling

The latest issue of World Oil magazine features an Ingrain case study co-authored with Noble Energy.  The case study discusses how comparative analysis shows that a digital and real core compare favorably when digital and real experiments are run.  Please ...
Author: Nora Villarreal
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Revolutionizing Core Analysis

Houston-based Ingrain uses latest-generation 3D CT (computed tomography) to quickly and accurately determine absolute and relative permeability, resistivity, elastic properties, pore and grain statistics. Results are available in days, they claim, even in ultra-low permeability sandstones, complex carbonates and shales. ...
Author: Nora Villarreal
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Digital Rock Physics Bridges Scales of Measurement

Ingrain's digital rock physics lab images the details of rock structure at the pore scale and uses these images to accurately simulate physical experiments in the computer.  Only recently have powerful 3D scanners and computing clusters rendered this concept commercially ...
Author: Nora Villarreal
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Special Core Analysis Reinvented: 3D Nano-scale Imaging and Computing of Reservoir Rock Properties and Fluid Flow

Digital imaging and computation revolutionised photography by making film cameras obsolete and moving image processing from chemical darkrooms into computers. Ingrain, a Houston-based technology start-up, is using digital imaging and computation to reinvent special core analysis. At Ingrain's digital rock ...
Author: Nora Villarreal
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Computing Properties from 3-D Imaging (Hart's E&P, November 2008)

Next-generation computed tomography(CT) scanning reveals the actual pore structure of shale reservoirs at the nanometer scale, and breakthrough algorithms compute the physical properties of shale from these 3-D images all with unprecedented accuracy     Please see attached document.
Author: Nora Villarreal
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