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Abstract

Dry rock salt with resistivity higher than 10-4 Ωm is undetectable with electromagnetic methods and can be considered as an insulator. On the other hand, the resistivity of brine (0.03 Ωm) is low and unlike dry rock salt a good conductor. This high resistivity contrast will be used to locate brine soaked areas or filled fissures, They imply a high risk of brine penetration and can cause fatal tunnel collapse.

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2000-09-06
2020-11-23
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