Research on the Influence of Gas on Coal Pores based on NMR Technology

Bo Zhou, Kecheng Li


In order to study the change characteristics of the pore structure of coal under different CH4 pressure conditions, nuclear
magnetic resonance (NMR) technology was used to test the degree of influence on porosity and pore size distribution of coal
after the adsorption of CH4 under different pressures. The test results show that under the action of gas pressure, the NMR signal
amplitude of the NMR T2 spectrum changes significantly. From the distribution area of the T2 spectrum of the coal sample, it
can be known that the peak peak area of small holes>the peak peak area of medium and large holes>the peak peak area of cracks
indicates that the coal sample The micropores in the coal body are the most developed, and the connectivity is not strong, and it is
difficult to circulate; in the range of gas pressure P=0.5~2.0MPa, as the gas pressure increases, new pores will be generated in the
coal body, and the micropores are interconnected to form micropores or medium Pores and mesopores are interconnected to form
cracks, thereby increasing the porosity and permeability of the coal sample.


Gas pressure; NMR; T2 spectrum; Porosity; Pore size distribution

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18282/l-e.v10i2.2251


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