EOR - Physical Rock Structure with vertical crack
per pack of 3
Enhanced Oil Recovery - Physical Rock Structure with vertical crack.
This porous medium chip uses our Enhanced Oil Rcecovery Physical rock structure (sandstone) combined with a vertical crack added to the model.
The models help to provide insight how such a crack or void wil influence oil recovery.
The crack is marked in red in the picture below and is a void in the actual structure.
This product is available with a 150, 400 or 600µm wide crack. The crack has a length of 8mm.
The surface of this product is hydrophilic by default, but a version with a hydrophobic coating is also available.
This model is established together with Prof. Sebastiao Lucena from the Universidade Federal do Ceará.
|Unit of measurement
|pack of 3
|Alternative item references
|03200, 03204, EOR.PR.CR.V150; 03201, 03205, EOR.PR.CR.V400; 03202, 03206, EOR.PR.CR.V600
|Enhanced Oil Recovery
|Number of inlets
|Number of outlets
|EOR network type
|Physical Rock Structure (Sandstone) - Vertical Crack
|EOR PR 20.2 Crack 150µm
|Drawing for the EOR porous medium chip with a Physical Rock Network that contains a 150µm crack. Items 03200 and 03204.
|EOR PR 20.2 Crack 400µm
|Drawing for the EOR porous medium chip with a Physical Rock Network that contains a 400µm crack. Items 03201 and 03205.
|EOR PR 20.2 Crack 600µm
|Drawing for the EOR porous medium chip with a Physical Rock Network that contains a 600µm crack. Items 03202 and 03206.
The objective working distance is a critical parameter for selection of an objective. Most default objectives are indented for a #1.5 cover slip which is only 170µm thick, where the thickness below channel is mostly in the range of 400-900µm.
Those objectives with longer working distance are often called non-coverglass objectives.
Where possible we would recommend to work dry. In most cases it should be possible to use the channel edge or other well defined point as reference for manual size corrections, this would reduce the need for corrections by the objective.
Large roughness for structures in glass chips is typical observed for structures manufactured by use of laser assisted manufacturing techniques or abrasion-based techniques like powder blasting. Almost all catalogue products from Micronit are manufactured using wet etching to create full transparent channels without substantial roughness.