tomographic imaging Articles

  • Geotomography in Site Investigation: Simulation Study

    Tomography is the reconstruction of images from measurements of line integrals. It is used in a variety of scientific and technical applications. Advances in electronics and computers make the technique accessible to geotechnical engineering. The combination of penetration testing and tomographic reconstruction would result in a powerful site investigation tool.A tomographic software was ...


    By ASTM International

  • Combined interpretation of radar, hydraulic, and tracer data from a fractured-rock aquifer near Mirror Lake, New Hampshire, USA

    An integrated interpretation of field experimental cross-hole radar, tracer, and hydraulic data demonstrates the value of combining time-lapse geophysical monitoring with conventional hydrologic measurements for improved characterization of a fractured-rock aquifer. Time-lapse difference-attenuation radar tomography was conducted during saline tracer experiments at the US Geological Survey ...


    By Springer

  • Geotechnical Tomography: The Effects of Diffraction

    Tomographic imaging is the inversion of a field parameter using boundary observations. Current techniques make different simplifying hypotheses. In geotechnical tomography the straight ray assumption is most common. Problems arise when the wavelength is of the same order of magnitude as the size of the inclusion. In this case, the physics of diffraction creates significant effects behind the ...


    By ASTM International

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