3D Dataset of binary images: A collection of synthetically created digital rock images of complex media

Data Brief. 2022 Jan 6;40:107797. doi: 10.1016/j.dib.2022.107797. eCollection 2022 Feb.

ABSTRACT

Digital rock images are computational representations that capture the geometrical complexity of systems present ubiquitously in nature. In recent years, their use has become widespread due to the increasing availability of repositories, and open-source physics simulators and analysis tools. Here, we present a dataset of 3D binary geometries in a standardized format that represent a wide variety of geological and engineering systems. Our data is freely available at [1].

PMID:35071700 | PMC:PMC8761686 | DOI:10.1016/j.dib.2022.107797

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