Recent advances in three-dimensional imaging, using X-ray micro-tomography (µCT), has allowed to observe fluid configurations in porous media and measure various pore-scale properties such as contact angle, curvature, fluid connectivity (1-6). In general, gray-scale images obtained from µCT are pre-processed to remove artefacts before reconstruction and then filtered to enhance signal-to-noise...
1115. Three-dimensional image processing and analysis: segmentation, contact angle and curvature mapping
Kamaljit Singh (Department of Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial College London, London, UK)
GS 2: Computational challenges in porous media simulation