time domain electromagnetic Articles

  • Power losses in steel pipe delivering very large current

    Abstract This paper presents a Finite Difference Time Domain solution for the electromagnetic fields in ferromagnetic conducting steel pipes of the type used to deliver large currents for in-situ heating of heavy oil reservoirs and for in-situ environmental decontamination. A method is described whereby a single measured hysteresis loop can be used to deduce the family of hysteresis loops ...


    By McMillan-McGee Corp.

  • Unexploded ordinance case study

    Jacksonville, Florida A geophysical investigation was conducted at a World War II era bombing range in the eastern United States. The site was approximately 2,000 feet by 300 feet in plan dimension. Historical information indicated that MK23 practice bombs, 2.75” rockets, and 100 pound practice bombs were used at the site. The purpose of the geophysical investigation was to ...


    By GeoView, Inc.

  • Underground storage tanks case study

    MacDill Air Force Base A Phase II environmental site assessment was conducted at a military base in the southeastern United States. As part of the ESA, GeoView was contracted to perform the geophysical site assessment. The purpose of the geophysical investigation was to determine the presence and location of any underground storage tanks that may be buried within the boundaries of the ...


    By GeoView, Inc.

  • Buried debris case study

    Saufley Field, Escambia County, Florida GeoView was tasked with performing a geophysical investigation at a military base in the southeastern United States. The purpose of the investigation was to locate a reported debris burial pit. The burial pit was reported to be 60 feet (ft) in length and up to 10 ft deep. Historical records indicated that the pit  contained buried drums and ...


    By GeoView, Inc.

  • UXO discrimination using time domain electromagnetic induction

    Introduction An explosive ordnance is a munition that is either launched or fired with the intent of detonation at a specified target. An unexploded ordnance (UXO) is an explosive ordnance that, due to some malfunction, remains undetonated. As a result, the ordnance can be found at the ground surface, partially buried, or buried at a depth of up to 8 m beneath the surface. Practical and ...


    By Geonics Limited

  • Approximate calculations of the transient electromagnetic response from buried conductors in conductive half-space note

    Abstract The transient electromagnetic (TEM) response from a conductive plate buried in a conductive half-space and energized by a large-loop transmitter is investigated in a heuristic manner. The vortex and galvanic components are each calculated directly in the time domain using an approximate procedure which ignores the electromagnetic coupling present in the complete solution. In ...


    By Geonics Limited

  • Enhancements in Meteorological and Hydrological Models Using Soil Moisture Data

    It has long been known that there is a strong relationship between soil water content and the health and yield of crops. But only in the past few decades has science quantified the specifics of these relationships. This research has expanded to develop a relationship between soil moisture levels and the impact on meteorological and hydrological models and forecasts. ...

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