Electrical Explorations (Available in Geo-Environmental Special Issue only)
Recent advances in state-of-the-art, relatively fast, two- and three-dimensional electrical resistivity imaging (also called profiling or tomography) have offered a new view on subsurface...

Tomographic Imaging of Bridge Decks Using Radar

Tomography to Evaluate Site Conditions during Tunneling

Tomographic Imaging of Soil-Tunnel Interaction

Pulse-Echo Microwave Tomographic Imaging and Object Recognition for NDE of Civil Structures and Materials

A Study of the Practicality of Acoustic Tomographic Imaging for the NDE of Concrete Structures

Case Histories of Geophysics Applied to Civil Engineering and Public Policy
These case histories will be of interest to both civil engineers and geophysicists. They document the use of a variety of geophysical methods in support of civil engineering projects....

X-ray Radiography of Fracture Flow and Matrix Imbibition

Optimum Smoothing Filter for Geophysical Tomography by the Extended Bayesian Method

Air Sparging Experiments on a Two Dimensional Sand Box with DNAPLs: Multiphase Investigation with Electrical Impedance Tomography

Pavement Evaluation with Seismic Tomographic Imaging

Direct Observation of Deformation of Granular Materials Through X-ray Photographs

Radiological Characterization of Hanford HLW Tank Farm Core Samples

Mapping Fractures Using Fresnel Volume Tomography

Hydropulse Tomography for Identifying 3-D Permeability Distribution
For the purpose of identifying subsurface permeability distribution, a geotomographic method named Hydropulse Tomography (HT) was developed. As observation data, HT uses hydraulic pressure...

Radiographic Visualization in Experimental Soil Mechanics
A summary of the principles of such methods is presented, i.e. stereophotogrammetry, infrared thermography and radiography and their respective ranges of applicability are discussed. Then,...

Geoelectrical Tomography: Model Studies Related to Nuclear Waste Site Characterization
Borehole geoelectrical measurements offer a promising means for detecting and delineating resistivity anomalies in candidate geological formations being considered for underground storage...

Computerized Tomographic Analysis of Fluid Flow in Fractured Tuff
The purpose of this summary is to demonstrate the usefulness of X-ray computerized tomography to observe fluid flow down a fracture and rock matrix inhibition in a sample of Bandelier...

High-Resolution Interwell Seismic Experiments in Sedimentary Formations
High-frequency interwell seismic data were acquired to examine full waveforms recorded in the pulsed mode and in the swept mode as well as to perform traveltime inversion tomography for...

A feasibility study for a Concrete Core Tomographer
This is a study of the feasibility of applying computer tomography in the study of concrete cores. A laboratory protocol is presented for testing concrete cores using a medical - grade...





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