X-ray micro-tomography datasets of Ketton carbonate obtained at 5MPa and 323K - (a) Dry micro-core (b) Hydrochloric acid reacted micro-core

Dataset title X-ray micro-tomography datasets of Ketton carbonate obtained at 5MPa and 323K - (a) Dry micro-core (b) Hydrochloric acid reacted micro-core
Dataset creators Dr Saurabh M Shah, Qatar Carbonates and Carbon Storage Research Centre, Imperial College London
Dr Benaiah U. Anabaraonye, Qatar Carbonates and Carbon Storage Research Centre, Imperial College London
Dr John P Crawshaw, Qatar Carbonates and Carbon Storage Research Centre, Imperial College London
Dataset theme Geoscientific Information
Dataset abstract

The datasets contains two sets of three dimensional images of Ketton carbonate core of size 5 mm in diameter and 11 mm in length scanned at 7.97μm voxel resolution using Versa XRM-500 X-ray Microscope. The first set includes 3D dataset of dry (reference) Ketton carbonate. The second set includes 3D dataset of reacted Ketton carbonate using hydrochloric acid.

Dataset content dates 05/12/2017 – 20/12/2017
Dataset spatial coverage Not applicable
Dataset supply format .tiff
Dataset language English-United Kingdom
Dataset discovery metadata record Discovery Link to the dataset's BGS Discovery Metadata record
Dataset publisher British Geological Survey
Dataset publication date 11th August 2018
Dataset digital object identifier(DOI) 10.5285/f51a351e-2309-4c70-91bb-804a028dcd37
Dataset citation text Shah S, Anabaraonye B, Crawshaw J P, Qatar Carbonates and Carbon Storage Research Centre, Imperial College London (2018): X-ray micro-tomography datasets of Ketton carbonate obtained at 5MPa and 323K - (a) Dry micro-core (b) Hydrochloric acid reacted micro-core. British Geological Survey. http://dx.doi.org/10.5285/f51a351e-2309-4c70-91bb-804a028dcd37
Constraints and terms of use This data set is delivered under the terms of the Open Government Licence, subject to the following acknowledgement accompanying any reproduced materials: "Imperial College London gratefully acknowledge permission to publish and funding from the Qatar Carbonates and Carbon Storage Research Centre (QCCSRC), provided jointly by Qatar Petroleum, Shell, and Qatar Science & Technology Park. Qatar Petroleum remain copyright owner."
Access the dataset http://www.bgs.ac.uk/services/ngdc/accessions/index.html#item112150
Further information Gray F, Anabaraonye B, Shah S, Crawshaw J P, Boek E S. Chemical Mechanisms of Dissolution of Calcite by HCl in Porous Media: Simulations and Experiment, Advances in Water Resources (2018) (In Review).