Petrophysical experimental results from 46 samples of South China Sea and micro-CT images series data from two sandstone samples

Published: 11 Feb 2020 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/v9zt547rdb.1
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Description of this data

This zip file is the datasets of petrophysical experimental results from 46 sandstone samples of South China Sea, and micro-CT images series data from two sandstone samples.
There are four files, include: 'measured data from core samples.xlsx', 'WZ-01.rar', 'WZ-01-continue.rar' and 'WC-04.rar'.
WZ-01 means the Sample NO. WZ-01.
WC-04 means the Sample No. WC-04.
'WZ-01.rar' and 'WZ-01-continue.rar' form a complete file.

The file 'measured data from core samples.xlsx' include:
petrophysical experimental results from 46 sandstone samples of three Basins in South China Sea, such as location, sampling depth, porosity, permeability, formation factor and pore-throat radius and so on.

Three files 'WZ-01.rar' with 'WZ-01-continue.rar' and 'WC-04.rar' are micro-CT scanning images series data:
Resolution: 0.95 micron/pixel.
Pore-solid segmentation: black represents pore area, and white represents solid grain.
The data is continuous slices in *.bmp format.

Please also refer to "A fractal electrical conduction model of porous media: Insight into Archie’s law" under review in JGR Solid Earth 2020.

Contact:
chenxj@cug.edu.cn
Xiaojun Chen

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  • Version 1

    2020-02-11

    Published: 2020-02-11

    DOI: 10.17632/v9zt547rdb.1

    Cite this dataset

    Chen, Xiaojun (2020), “Petrophysical experimental results from 46 samples of South China Sea and micro-CT images series data from two sandstone samples”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/v9zt547rdb.1

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