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Abstract

Knowledge of perrneability of in situ rocks is of great importance in studies of nuclear waste disposal, underground water movement, petroleum and geothermal energy exploitation from reservoirs and in civil engineering applications such as dam constructions. Great difficulties have been experienced in predicting permeability of in situ rocks because of the limited information on discontinuities of all scales and of the pores of rocks, which together contribute to the permeability.

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