Hugh Daigle
Hugh Daigle
Associate Professor, Hildebrand Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering, University of
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Combining mercury intrusion and nuclear magnetic resonance measurements using percolation theory
H Daigle, A Johnson
Transport in Porous Media 111 (3), 669-679, 2016
1052016
Extending NMR data for permeability estimation in fine-grained sediments
H Daigle, B Dugan
Marine and Petroleum Geology 26 (8), 1419-1427, 2009
1002009
Analysis of rate of penetration (ROP) prediction in drilling using physics-based and data-driven models
C Hegde, H Daigle, H Millwater, K Gray
Journal of petroleum science and Engineering 159, 295-306, 2017
922017
Nuclear magnetic resonance characterization of shallow marine sediments from the Nankai Trough, Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Expedition 333
H Daigle, B Thomas, H Rowe, M Nieto
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 119 (4), 2631-2650, 2014
762014
Determining fractal dimension from nuclear magnetic resonance data in rocks with internal magnetic field gradients
H Daigle, A Johnson, B Thomas
Geophysics 79 (6), D425-D431, 2014
742014
Thermal conductivity in porous media: Percolation‐based effective‐medium approximation
B Ghanbarian, H Daigle
Water Resources Research 52 (1), 295-314, 2016
702016
Origin and evolution of fracture‐hosted methane hydrate deposits
H Daigle, B Dugan
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 115 (B11), 2010
692010
Evaluation of PDC bit ROP models and the effect of rock strength on model coefficients
C Soares, H Daigle, K Gray
Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering 34, 1225-1236, 2016
602016
Fluid flow in porous media with rough pore‐solid interface
B Ghanbarian, AG Hunt, H Daigle
Water Resources Research 52 (3), 2045-2058, 2016
562016
Nuclear magnetic resonance secular relaxation measurements as a method of extracting internal magnetic field gradients and pore sizes
A Johnson, H Daigle
Interpretation 4 (4), T557-T565, 2016
512016
Capillary controls on methane hydrate distribution and fracturing in advective systems
H Daigle, B Dugan
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 12 (1), 2011
512011
Fracture capture of organic pores in shales
H Daigle, NW Hayman, ED Kelly, KL Milliken, H Jiang
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (5), 2167-2176, 2017
492017
Relative permeability to water or gas in the presence of hydrates in porous media from critical path analysis
H Daigle
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 146, 526-535, 2016
462016
An improved technique for computing permeability from NMR measurements in mudstones
H Daigle, B Dugan
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 116 (B8), 2011
462011
Application of critical path analysis for permeability prediction in natural porous media
H Daigle
Advances in Water Resources 96, 43-54, 2016
442016
Porosity evaluation of shales using NMR secular relaxation
H Daigle*, A Johnson, JP Gips, M Sharma
Unconventional Resources Technology Conference, Denver, Colorado, 25-27 …, 2014
432014
Performance comparison of algorithms for real-time rate-of-penetration optimization in drilling using data-driven models
C Hegde, H Daigle, KE Gray
Spe Journal 23 (05), 1706-1722, 2018
412018
Manipulation of Pickering emulsion rheology using hydrophilically modified silica nanoparticles in brine
C Griffith, H Daigle
Journal of colloid and interface science 509, 132-139, 2018
412018
Gas and solute diffusion in partially saturated porous media: Percolation theory and effective medium approximation compared with lattice Boltzmann simulations
B Ghanbarian, H Daigle, AG Hunt, RP Ewing, M Sahimi
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 120 (1), 182-190, 2015
392015
Determining relative permeability in shales by including the effects of pore structure on unsaturated diffusion and advection
H Daigle, S Ezidiegwu, R Turner
SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, 2015
372015
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