Geological materials encompass a wide range of material phases – solids such as core samples; clays and muds; and unconsolidated mixtures including topsoil, loam and gravels. This resource highlights how to measure thermal conductivity of geological samples and why the thermal conductivity is important in geological surveying. A novel method for characterizing such materials under high pressure conditions will be presented in highlighting the importance of testing with representative test conditions. This webinar is recommended for engineers and researchers in the oil & gas industry, geothermal and other industries dependent on accurate, representative thermal conductivity data of geological samples.
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