Use of gamma emission computed tomography to study the effect of electrolyte concentration on regions of preferred flow and hydraulic conductivity in deep regolith materials
Understanding fluid flow, displacement, and mixing processes in natural porous media is fundamentally dependent upon the accurate characterisation of complex 3-dimensional structures. This current study delineated the distribution of conducting regions within a suite of regolith materials as they interacted with electrolyte solutions of different concentrations. Previous studies on the effects of electrolyte concentration on clay swelling and dispersion and the concomitant changes in pore...[Show more]
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