MINE, Mining Environments: continuous monitoring and simultaneous inversion

S. Cesca, T. Dahm, D. Becker, Sebastian Hainzl, K. Stammler, D. Kaiser, D. Kühn, V. Oye, M. Roth, T. Kvaerna, G. Manthei & J. Philipp
Continuous monitoring of fracturing processes in mine environments and the consequent characterization of the damage induced during mining exploitation is of primary interest both for mining engineering and civil protection. The development of improved monitoring and imaging methods is of great importance for salt mines as potential reservoirs for CO2 sequestration. Imaging tools able to handle continuous data streams and providing fast reliable information about stress perturbations and fracturing state will offer important new information...
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