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Abstract

A simplified 3D model of a vertically “fissured” underground object was studied with 2D resistivity imaging at laboratory scale. The model was built with insulator sheets forming a parallelepiped “cake” embedded in a homogeneous medium (water). Both apparent resistivity of cross-sections and inverted models are complex and depend on the direction of the measuring line in relation to the “fissures”.

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2008-09-17
2020-09-29
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