We are glad to invite you to our next Porous Media Tea Time Talks (#PorousMediaTTT) session on 25.08.2020 at 3 pm CEST, which will be streamed live on our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuK0ogQKdSxq6pW-vljLN1Q
Direct link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QGbTzAGlXM
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I think the work in these presentations are very much related to a lot of the activity both in Oslo and Trondheim. They will talk about wettability effects in multiphasic flows in both 2D (micromodels) and 3D (X-ray CT).
The two presentations are:
Three-phase flow in porous media: dynamics and wettability at the pore scale
By: Alessio Scanziani, International Energy Agency, France
- We developed a method to visualise the simultaneous flow of three phases in porous media using X-ray computed tomography.
- The use of dynamic synchrotron imaging allowed to visualise pore-scale dynamics peculiar to three-phase flow, such as multiple displacements.
- The effects of wettability were studied by using samples for which the wettability was altered through ageing in crude oil
Extending Lenormand’s phase diagram of fluid-fluid displacement in porous media
By: Bauyrzhan Primkulov, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
- Lenormand, Touboul, and Zarcone (JFM, 1988) suggested that the character of two-phase flow in porous media can be determined through two dimensionless numbers: capillary number and viscosity ratio.
- Many experiments since then suggest that wettability is the third dimensionless parameter missing from Lenormand’s phase diagram.
- In this talk, I will highlight our recent efforts in completing the diagram for the arbitrary wettability of porous media.
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We are very much looking forward to seeing you online!
Marcel Moura on behalf of the Porous Media TTT Team
Maja Rücker, Imperial College London, UK
Kamaljit Singh, Heriot-Watt University, UK
Tom Bultreys, Ghent University, Belgium
Mohammad Nooraiepour, University of Oslo, Norway
Marcel Moura, PoreLab, University of Oslo, Norway