Data for: Dynamic in-situ imaging of methane hydrate formation and self-preservation

Published: 31-03-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/7gv6y2pgv2.1
Contributor:
Viktor Nikitin

Description

In this repository we prepared supplementary pdf files for studying gas-hydrate formation processes in time by focusing at different pore locations. Pages in pdf files correspond to sequential time frames associated with the gas hydrate growth, including pore location, temperature and pressure conditions. The left part of each page represents x,y,z-slices of the object recovered by using the data from the scanning region. The right panel shows x,y,z-slices of the zoomed region marked in the left panel. Comments describing the pdf files: cpore1.pdf - gas hydrate growth in a pore as frost (into gas pockets) cpore2.pdf - narrow pore in vertical direction, ice growth in the beginning cpore3.pdf - tracery (inside water pockets) gas hydrate formation cpore4.pdf - tracery gas hydrate formation for a long period cpore5.pdf - fast tracery gas hydrate formation cpore6.pdf - gas hydrate growth with several water flows cpore7.pdf - conservation for gas hydrate grown as the tracery structure (location 1) cpore8.pdf - no conservation for gas hydrate grown as frost (location 1) cpore9.pdf - partial conservation of gas hydrate cpore10.pdf - no conservation for gas hydrate grown as frost (location 2) cpore11.pdf - no conservation for gas hydrate grown as frost (location 3) cpore12.pdf - conservation for gas hydrate grown as the tracery structure (location 2) cpore13.pdf - no conservation for gas hydrate grown as frost (location 4) cpore14.pdf - conservation for gas hydrate grown as the tracery structure (location 3) cpore15.pdf - conservation for gas hydrate grown as the tracery structure (location 4)

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