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Frequency Electromagnetic Modelling to Study Moisture Zones in Salt MinesNormal access

Authors: G. Kurz, R. Schulz and U. Yaramanci
Event name: Near Surface 2005 - 11th European Meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics
Session: Electrical and Electromagnetic Methods 3
Publication date: 04 September 2005
Organisations: EAGE
Language: English
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A016 Frequency electromagnetic modelling to study moisture zones in salt mines 1 G. KURZ (1) R. SCHULZ (2) and U. YARAMANCI (1) (1) Technical University Berlin Dep. of Applied Geophysics Ackerstr. 71 D-13355 Berlin Germany (2) Leibniz Institute for Applied Geosciences Stilleweg 2 D-30655 Hannover Germany GERKUR@GEOPHYSIK.TU-BERLIN.DE Abstract To investigate the stability of mining buildings in salt mines (e.g. galleries pillars caverns chambers) detection and observation of moisture zones is necessary. These zones decreases the natural stability of rock salt and are often responsible for collapsing of parts of the mining building. The electromagnetic method is an useful tool for


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