Detecting the presence of two hydrogen bearing fluids through the T2 distribution under circumstances similar to those found in near surface NMR
The use of low field nuclear magnetic resonance is becoming more common as equipment becomes more advanced. There is a rising interest in using low field NMR for various applications like identifying the presence of multiple hydrogen bearing fluids in the near surface. A common way to detect multiple fluid types using NMR is by resolving multiple peaks in the T2 distribution. Certain types of sediments that we might find in the near surface make it difficult to do this. In higher field NMR it is easy to manipulate measurements to suppress the wetting fluid signal which manifests as a separate ...
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