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Dynamic micro-CT analysis of fracture formation in rock specimens subjected to multi-phase fluid flow

Jeroen Van Stappen (UGent) , Tom Bultreys (UGent) , Marijn Boone (UGent) , Tim De Kock (UGent) and Veerle Cnudde (UGent)
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In this study, fracture formation in rocks is being studied at the pore-scale through the combination of high-resolution X-ray CT scanning with custom-made add-on modules. The Deben CT5000 system, an in-situ load cell, was used at the scanners at the Centre for X-ray Tomography at Ghent University (UGCT), providing information on mechanical properties of the tested rocks. Micro-CT scans made at the High Energy CT system Optimised for Research (HECTOR) allowed the visualisation of the fracturesk and their formation as well as the analysis of porosity changes in the material, related to the changes in stress.
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Fracture formation, micro-CT, multi-phase flow

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Van Stappen, Jeroen, Tom Bultreys, Marijn Boone, et al. “Dynamic micro-CT Analysis of Fracture Formation in Rock Specimens Subjected to Multi-phase Fluid Flow.” Tomography of Materials and Structures, 2nd International Conference, Proceedings. Ed. Bernard Long. 2015. 466–470. Print.
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Van Stappen, J., Bultreys, T., Boone, M., De Kock, T., & Cnudde, V. (2015). Dynamic micro-CT analysis of fracture formation in rock specimens subjected to multi-phase fluid flow. In Bernard Long (Ed.), Tomography of Materials and Structures, 2nd International conference, Proceedings (pp. 466–470). Presented at the 2nd International conference on Tomography of Materials and Structures (ICTMS 2015).
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Van Stappen, Jeroen, Tom Bultreys, Marijn Boone, Tim De Kock, and Veerle Cnudde. 2015. “Dynamic micro-CT Analysis of Fracture Formation in Rock Specimens Subjected to Multi-phase Fluid Flow.” In Tomography of Materials and Structures, 2nd International Conference, Proceedings, ed. Bernard Long, 466–470.
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Van Stappen, Jeroen, Tom Bultreys, Marijn Boone, Tim De Kock, and Veerle Cnudde. 2015. “Dynamic micro-CT Analysis of Fracture Formation in Rock Specimens Subjected to Multi-phase Fluid Flow.” In Tomography of Materials and Structures, 2nd International Conference, Proceedings, ed. Bernard Long, 466–470.
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Van Stappen J, Bultreys T, Boone M, De Kock T, Cnudde V. Dynamic micro-CT analysis of fracture formation in rock specimens subjected to multi-phase fluid flow. In: Long B, editor. Tomography of Materials and Structures, 2nd International conference, Proceedings. 2015. p. 466–70.
IEEE
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J. Van Stappen, T. Bultreys, M. Boone, T. De Kock, and V. Cnudde, “Dynamic micro-CT analysis of fracture formation in rock specimens subjected to multi-phase fluid flow,” in Tomography of Materials and Structures, 2nd International conference, Proceedings, Québec, QB, Canada, 2015, pp. 466–470.
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  abstract     = {In this study, fracture formation in rocks is being studied at the pore-scale through the combination of high-resolution X-ray CT scanning with custom-made add-on modules. The Deben CT5000 system, an in-situ load cell, was used at the scanners at the Centre for X-ray Tomography at Ghent University (UGCT), providing information on mechanical properties of the tested rocks. Micro-CT scans made at the High Energy CT system Optimised for Research (HECTOR) allowed the visualisation of the fracturesk and their formation as well as the analysis of porosity changes in the material, related to the changes in stress.},
  author       = {Van Stappen, Jeroen and Bultreys, Tom and Boone, Marijn and De Kock, Tim and Cnudde, Veerle},
  booktitle    = {Tomography of Materials and Structures, 2nd International conference, Proceedings},
  editor       = {Long, Bernard},
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  keywords     = {Fracture formation,micro-CT,multi-phase flow},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Québec, QB, Canada},
  pages        = {466--470},
  title        = {Dynamic micro-CT analysis of fracture formation in rock specimens subjected to multi-phase fluid flow},
  year         = {2015},
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