CO2 residual trapping coreflooding data
Published: 9 August 2020| Version 3 | DOI: 10.17632/wrgdmhyrps.3
This data set contains the results from CO2/water coreflooding experiments performed on nine sandstone cores. For each core, the 3D porosity, permeability, initial and residual CO2 saturation maps are available. The data shows that the residual trapping ability of sandstone cores is correlated with petrophysical properties such as porosity and the degree of heterogeneity. Note that the Bentheimer permeability map has unusually high values at the inlet of the core likely due to unexpected experimental artifacts during the drainage experiments. While the center region of the core remains unaffected, the whole core data should be used with extreme caution.
Carbon Sequestration, Carbon Storage