NMR codes

NMR micro-CT simulation code

NMR micro-CT simulation code:   Download 

This code is used for the simulation of NMR response of single-phase fluid in micro-CT or 3D discretized images. The input image into the code should be binarized where 0 represents the pore voxels and 1 represents the grain voxels. The source code is written in standard C++, the source codes and executable files with documentation are included as well as sample input file (default.dat). The code has been tested with Microsoft VisualStudio.Net 2003. More details on this code can be found in Olumide Talabi, PhD Thesis, 2008, Imperial College London. Any enquiry regarding this code can be directed to Olumide Talabi (olumide.talabi05@imperial.ac.uk).

NMR single-phase network simulation code

Single-phase NMR network simulation code:   Download
 

This code is used for the simulation of NMR response of single-phase fluids in networks. The input data into the code are the network files. The source code is written in standard C++, the source codes and executable files with documentation are included as well as sample input file. The code has been tested with Microsoft VisualStudio.Net 2003. More details on this code can be found in Olumide Talabi, PhD Thesis, 2008, Imperial College London. Any enquiry regarding this code can be directed to Olumide Talabi (olumide.talabi05@imperial.ac.uk).

NMR two-phase network simulation code

Two-phase NMR network simulation code:   Download 
 

This code is used for the simulation of NMR response of two-phase fluids in networks. The input data into the code are the network files and the fluid configuration files (2Phase_Drain.dat and 2Phase_Imbibition.dat – these files are generated from the two-phase fluid configuration code). The source code is written in standard C++, the source codes and executable files with documentation are included as well as sample input file. The code has been tested with Microsoft VisualStudio.Net 2003. More details on this code can be found in Olumide Talabi, PhD Thesis, 2008, Imperial College London. Any enquiry regarding this code can be directed to Olumide Talabi (olumide.talabi05@imperial.ac.uk).

Simulation results

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