Thermo Scientific PerGeos Software version 1.8 rolls out exciting new tools and enhancements. Read on for a quick introduction to these features and links to resources offering more information.
By acquiring X-ray CT data at two different energy levels and using the DECT tools, you can calculate density and effective atomic number for the sample on a voxel-by-voxel basis.
A characterized materials image that can be considered a rock-typed image is created based on a list of reference materials.
This technology adds value to whole-core CT analysis workflows by providing the user with actual density information that can be compared to density logs and used for further characterization of rock formations. This enables the user to compare whole-core CT images across multiple formations and wells.
PerGeos Software 1.8 introduces a new PNM extraction method that is compatible with two-phase flow simulation and preserves the connectivity that is observed in the input voxel image. This new method can be used on samples with granular and non-granular structures and is recommended for carbonates, fractures, tight sands and samples with low connected porosity.
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