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Advances in X-ray Tomography for Geomaterials by Jacques Desrues, Gioacchino Viggiani, Pierre Bésuelle

By Jacques Desrues, Gioacchino Viggiani, Pierre Bésuelle

This e-book brings jointly a complete of forty eight contributions (including five keynote papers) that have been provided on the second foreign Workshop at the software of X-ray CT for Geomaterials (GeoX 2006) held in Aussois, France, on 4-7 October, 2006.

The contributions conceal a variety of issues, from basic characterization of fabric habit to purposes in geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering. contemporary advances of X-ray know-how, and software program also are mentioned. As such, it will be useful analyzing for someone drawn to the appliance of X-ray CT to geomaterials from either basic and utilized perspectives.Content:

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It was also calculated considering that the cross-sectional area of air foam was excluded when calculating the effective crosssectional area for water flow. Here, we define this permeability as “true” permeability. Figure 10 shows that the relationship between the coefficient of true permeability and the effective void ratio of SGM and CTC estimated by the triaxial apparatus test are in good agreement. This result indicates that this kind of correction can represent the permeability of SGM from the macro viewpoint.

The permeability of SGM shown in Figure 10 was calculated using Eq. [1] in accordance with the results of the constant rate of consolidation test. It was also calculated considering that the cross-sectional area of air foam was excluded when calculating the effective crosssectional area for water flow. Here, we define this permeability as “true” permeability. Figure 10 shows that the relationship between the coefficient of true permeability and the effective void ratio of SGM and CTC estimated by the triaxial apparatus test are in good agreement.

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