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Advances in Computed Tomography for Geomaterials

GeoX 2010

Edited by Khalid A. Alshibli, Louisiana State University, USA Allen H. Reed, Naval Research Laboratory, Stennis Space Center, USA

ISBN: 9781848211797

Publication Date: February 2010   Hardback   448 pp.

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This title discusses a broad range of issues related to the use of computed tomography in geomaterials and geomechanics. The contributions cover a wide range of topics, including deformation and strain localization in soils, rocks and sediments; fracture and damage assessment in rocks, asphalt and concrete; transport in porous media; oil and gas exploration and production; neutron tomography and other novel experimental and analytical techniques; image-based computational modeling; and software and visualization tools. As such, this will be valuable reading for anyone interested in the application of computed tomography to geomaterials from both fundamental and applied perspectives.

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