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Abstract

During the last decade, Computed Tomography (CT) has progressed to higher resolution and faster<br>reconstruction of the 3D-volume. Most recently it even allows a three-dimensional look inside of<br>geological samples with submicron resolution. This allows sophisticated analysis of hydraulic<br>parameters like porosity and permeability or volumetric information about distribution and quantitative<br>content of specific minerals providing important information for petrophysicists.

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2010-03-07
2024-06-17
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