"THE MORE YOU KNOW" - September Webinar Series

"THE MORE YOU KNOW" - September Webinar Series



TITLE
Introduction to NMR for Core Analysis

AUTHOR: Mr. Barry Jones, Oxford Instruments
ABSTRACT
In this webinar we discuss the use of NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) for laboratory measurements on rock core plugs. The webinar is intended for those working in the field of core analysis but with little or no experience of NMR.

We start with a very brief explanation of where the NMR signals come from in a core sample, and what factors affect the signals. We then go on to explain how the signals are analysed to give information on basic parameters such as porosity, free/bound fluid ratios, and T2 cutoff.

We move on to an overview of wettability and capillary pressure, and finish by showing some examples of 2D data maps.

Biographic: Mr. Barry Jones has a BSc degree in Physics from the University of Warwick in the UK. His early career was in sales and marketing first of UHV and mass spectrometry products, then cryogenics and superconducting magnets, and more recently various types of NMR. In 1992 he co-founded Resonance Instruments Ltd., who developed some of the earliest NMR instruments for laboratory core analysis. He transferred to Oxford Instruments in 2004 when Resonance Instruments was bought by Oxford Instruments, and continues to be involved in the business of NMR core analysis with what is now the GeoSpec line of instruments.

The Webinar is Complimentary but you do need to Register through the website.
There are two identical sessions:

Wednesday, September 16th,  3am – 4am US Central Time
Wednesday, September 16th,  10am – 11am US Central Time
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When
9/16/2020
Where
UNITED STATES

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